Terrell Owens on Dr. Phil: Watch T.O. Blame Failed Return on Character Concerns
When I think daytime windbags with southern accents, I think Dr. Phil.
Put them together and let the self-pity party begin!
In what has been the dream matchup of football fans everywhere, Owens sits down with Dr. Phil for an interview about things we really don’t care about.
As usual, Dr. Phil starts with the hard-hitting questions about why no NFL teams have taken a chance on him as a free agent. As if the obvious concerns over age, injuries and character flaws surrounding his whole career weren’t enough, Dr. Phil wants to dig deeper.
After glad-handing Owens, he allowed him to be as wildly biased as he wanted to be.
Owens went on to say that his grandmother raised him to be an honest man, so he is trying to take responsibility for his actions in the past. He goes on to talk about the perception that he was a trouble-maker and had character issues, and how they have held him down in the process of trying to sign with a team.
The troubled receiver goes on to talk about just how humbling of an experience it was for him to be relegated to the Indoor Football League. That point actually is quite sad, but you make your own bed in life and we shouldn’t feel bad for Owens.
While fans should sympathize with Owens over the loss of his grandmother, this was presented as the reason he was having off-field issues. These problems were only exacerbated by the death, which is really what Dr. Phil should want to talk about.
Instead, the good doctor wants to talk about alimony and baby mommas. I don't recall Sigmund Freud sitting down with celebrities to chat about illegitimate children.
It’s obvious that T.O. has some serious issues in life, but trying to settle them on Dr. Phil is not the answer. To me this looks like a last-ditch effort at more attention.
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