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Terrell Owens: 2009's MVP!

Deb LagardeCorrespondent IMarch 6, 2009

With many thanks to Hotnuke for inspiring this piece...

I said I wouldn't make preseason predictions this early, but I have to make an exception for this startling prediction that Deb Lagarde has "divined"...

Terrell Owens, who is rumored to be about to sign for the New York Jets for $30 million guaranteed, will be the 2009 season's NFL Most Valuable Player!

Now, he hasn't signed with the Jets yet, and, despite continuous denials by Rex Ryan and Jets management that such a move would ever come to pass, I had a vision of Terrell Owens in a Jets uniform in my sleep last night. So it is thus, saith Deb Lagarde!

For one thing, signing the former Cowboys receiver is just another move by Ryan to make sure that the Jets—who recently lost Laveranues Coles to the Bengals to replace TJ Houshmandzadeh, lost to the Seahawks—do live up to his promise to get to the Super Bowl next year. In my vision, Ryan said, "With T.O., we will win Super Bowl 44! For he is the Quizatz Hadarack!"

For another thing, since the Jets still don't know who their QB will be in 2009, this move is sure to bring back Brett Favre, who may not be Chad Pennington, but he's sure better than Kellen Clemens!

Finally, a voice told me in my vision: "Ryan must be made to sign T.O. That way, the football world can be assured that the 'Curse of Sonny Werblin' is over!"

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