Why T.O. Should Have an NFL Team in 2010

June 24, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Part of me can't believe I'm about to write this.
I have never been a Terrell Owens fan, and I always thought he was a diva. Most of his career, I probably would say no way. For some reason, I now think he is getting treated unfairly by NFL teams.
Last year in Buffalo, his numbers were down—55 receptions, 829 yards, and 15 yards per catch. Yet his stats in Buffalo still led the team. What receiver could have the season he did with Trent Edwards and Ryan Fitzpatrick?
The answer is not too many. Two years ago, Owens showed no signs of letting down in Dallas (69 receptions and over 1,000 yards.) His work ethic on the field is second to none.
Now we get to the other side of him, to quote ESPN commentator Skip Bayless, the "Team Obliterator." In three of his four stops, Owens caused problems to say the least. For the most part, these problems are with the quarterbacks (Jeff Garcia, Donavon McNabb and Tony Romo).
On a one year contract, he does nothing but...

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