Why Terrell "T.O" Owens Needs To GO!!

Robert Quinn@@RQuinn619Correspondent IOctober 15, 2009

    After devastating losses to win-less teams in consecutive weeks, Buffalo has no chance of making the playoffs. When Terrell Owens came to Buffalo, he was welcomed with hundreds of fans at the airport. This jubilation has turned to anger, as he has not performed like the T.O in recent years.

    Quarterback Trent Edwards is struggling to have enough time in the pocket to connect with the deep threat Wide Receivers, due to a lacking offensive line consisting of two rookies, and 3 backups.

    Trading Terrell Owens would make a lot of sense, due to the fact that he will most definitely not be a Buffalo Bill next year, when his $6.5 Million contract expires. The Bills could receive a 2nd or 3rd round draft pick in exchange for the veteran, who still has potential to create big plays, given the offensive corps needed to get him the ball.

    In Addition to this, the Bills could save a little over $4 million on his salary, which can be used to sign a free agent in the offseason, as well as generate revenue for this small market team.

    Teams that may be interested in acquiring Terrell Owens could be the Chicago Bears, or the Minnesota Vikings, both winning teams in need a physical play-maker of T.O's stature that can take them to the next level.

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