Santana Moss Injury: Why Washington Redskins Should Pick Up Terrell Owens
Santana Moss fractured his left hand in the Redskins' 33-20 loss to the Carolina Panthers on Sunday. Moss wasn't leading the team in receiving yards, but he did have the most targets, receptions and touchdowns.
Chris Russell of ESPN 980 Washington tweeted that Moss will be out three to four weeks.
The division is still a wide-open race and, surprisingly, the Redskins are capable of winning it.
Should the Redskins Sign Terrell Owens?
Washington also lost Tim Hightower to a knee injury on Sunday, and Russell believes it may be a torn ACL.
With the Redskins offense deteriorating, they need to make a move to strengthen their team.
Terrell Owens may be coming off knee surgery, but he claims he is fully healthy and ready to go. There is uncertainty with signing Owens, but the reward outweighs the risk if he plays as well as he has in the past.
Several teams are in the hunt for Owens, so it won't be easy for Washington. However, the Redskins need to do whatever it takes to land him.
Washington has problems all over its offense, but adding Owens will make it a better team. After all, what does it have to lose signing Owens to a one-year deal?
That's all Owens is going to get because there is fear of the unknown. Nobody knows for sure that he'll be as good as he was last season, but sometimes you have to take a gamble. Granted, it will be a small one since it's not a long-term contract.
The Redskins don't have much time, as Owens is likely to be signed this week. He may have a bad past and major diva-like qualities, but he's a great receiver that will help the Redskins offense.
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