Monday, May 25, 2009

TO: The Whirlwind

A tidbit from Peter King's MMQB I thought was pretty amusing:

In San Francisco, Jeff Garcia couldn't throw the ball deep enough and offensive coordinator Greg Knapp didn't appreciate Terrell Owens' talent. In Philadelphia, Owens wished Brett Favre and not Donovan McNabb was his quarterback, and he instructed coordinator Brad Childress not to speak to him anymore. And now, Owens has Tweeted some true feelings about the end of his time with the Cowboys, answering sentiment from a fan who was not happy to see T.O. leave Big D. The Twittered response from Owens: "Neither ws i, blame the OC & romo!! but i'm happy 2 b where i am but i miss the other guys tht were & r true teammates!!"

My response to that response: B afrd Trnt Edwrds and Trk Schnert. B vry afrd.

Owens likes the big arm QBs that toss it down-field, and can get him the ball all day every day. He's only happy when he's the center of the universe, and sometimes not even then.

So, Trent Edwards, eh? Oh, he of the 61.6% completion percentage and 10.9 yards per completion... Know who had a higher YPC than Edwards?

Jeff Garcia, when he was with San Fransisco...

And Donovan McNabb, always...

And Tony Romo, by a lot...

So let me get this straight. TO is on the offensive powerhouses of San Fran at the tail end of their dominance, the Eagles who go to Conference Championship games like kids taking a trip to the local pool, and the Cowboys who's offense has only been overshadowed by Tom Terrific Brady.

And now, he's going to Buffalo. Who has been 25th or worse offensively for the past six years. To play with a QB who is without question the worst of the four he'll have played with over the course of his career. And will probably lose their star RB to a suspension early in the year.

And we're expected to believe he's happy about this?

And that even if he is, that he'll stay that way?

As ... someone ... once said; get'cher popcorn ready!


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