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Should The San Diego Chargers Take a Bid On Terrell Owens?

NEW YORK - APRIL 20:  Terrell Owens speaks onstage during the Vh1 Upfront 2010 at Pier 59 Studios on April 20, 2010 in New York City.  (Photo by Larry Busacca/Getty Images)
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Shawn DhaniCorrespondent IJune 14, 2010

The San Diego Chargers responded well to Vincent Jackson by signing Josh Reed.

But they need to add more to that.

As we all know, Vincent Jackson will return before the regular season and will be able to sign a deal with San Diego.

But when he comes, the Chargers' receiving game still isn't dominant enough to me with Jackson, Reed, Antonio Gates, and Malcolm Floyd.

Phillip Rivers needs at least one more target to seem 100-percent satisfied and to make the Chargers and extreme, non-stopping offense.

And signing wide receiver Terrell Owens would be the key in doing that.

Phillip Rivers could use a target like Owens.

Ah, I would like seeing that: "Rivers sees Owens in the end zone! He throws it to him...TOUCHDOWN CHARGERS!!!"

I mean, like Floyd, Jackson, Gates, and Reed, but you can't have too much of good receiving targets, right?

With Owens, the Chargers will have four dominant and tall receiving targets on almost every play on the line of scrimmage.

Gates is tall, Jackson is tall, Owens is tall, and Floyd are all tall.

All of them can make a difference with their height and put up an advantage.

So San Diego, sign Terrell Owens. It's the key to success.

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