Oh TO, oh TO, when will thou grow up, TO?
Anyone who follows even a small amount of football will know the answer to the question above and that is NEVER!
Here's a news flash to Mr. Terrell Owens: The world doesn't revolve around you. In the latest episode of the TO drama, he believes that quarterback Tony Romo and tight end Jason Witten hold private meetings and create plays without him.
Why on earth would anyone do that unless they absolutely hate you? Romo clearly doesn't hate Owens, as he is throwing him more passes than anyone else. Maybe if TO would catch the ball...
Owens is clearly a distraction to the team no matter what the players or coaches say. When you've got a guy complaining constantly about his salary, passes thrown to him, his quarterback (which is why he left Phily), and never blaming himself and always blaming the rest of the team, you can't not let it get in the way of your play.
Earlier this year after a loss to the Redskins, he complained about not getting the ball enough. He was the intended target on 20 of the Cowboys' 58 plays. Why is he complaining about not getting the ball when the running back had only eight carries. Running backs should always get more touches than receivers. Once again, it's all about TO.
To name just a few of the other TO moments, there was the game in which he pulled out a Sharpie and signed the ball, calling his former quarterback Jeff Garcia gay, the famous Monday Night Football intro with Nicollette Sheridan, getting kicked out of the Eagles' training camp, and crying about "his quarterback" after a Divisional Round playoff loss to New York.
Face it TO, we're all sick of your antics and comments to the press. You're a skilled player. Why did you let your comments ruin yourself?
"Get your popcorn ready, 'cause I'm gonna put on a show."
No thanks, I'll get my popcorn ready for your show when you win a Super Bowl. Scratch that, when your team wins a Super Bowl.
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