Justin ScalesContributor IFebruary 21, 2010

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - OCTOBER 18: Terrell Owens #81 of the Buffalo Bills stands on the sideline during the game against the New York Jets on October 18, 2009 at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)
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With Free Agency coming up and all the possible free agents out there.  Why not let T.O. finish his career with were he became a known star.  It won't be the same Niner team he was with 7 years ago.  With isaac bruce retiring, there still is a need for a veteran reciever that can get double digit TD's besides the Niners tight end.

I love the idea, with Alex smith able to have triple threat options down the field and like him or not T.O. will help make that triple threat.  You have Vernon Davis occupying the middle, Young Crabtree with his incredibly great hands and route running, and Owens executing the west coast offense better than any receiver in the league.  The Niners have a premiere running back in gore, and hopefully a must needed revamped offensive line, and a coach that even T.O. can't drive crazy.

T.O. will do what he did for Jeff Garcia, Donavann McNabb, and Tony Romo, that is make a qb look better than they really are.  T.O. on the field gives 181 % and that will help Alex Smith become a more of Dynamic QB. 

The last 4 years the Niners offense been trying to catch up with the defense, here is there chance if they fix 2 things, first there offensive line and second another go-to-receiver to help Crabtree.

When was the last time the Niners had 2 great recievers on the same team? You have to go back to Rice and Taylor, which helped the niners when Super Bowls. Also Rice and Owens was a good tandem before Rice left to the Raiders. 

You give T.O. a 3 year contract and the last year an option.  The Niners will be contending for more than a NFC West Title, they will be Super Bowl contenders if they were to sign T.O.