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Owens Advises Media There’s “No Problem”

Once again the various media are trying to get Terrell Owens to say something to make a story, but give Owens credit this time for diverting it early.  Although T.O. is in the final year of his current contract with the Cowboys, he responds to all questions positively denying any issues with management or the team and has shown up for every practice since the OTA’s started last Tuesday. 

His first reply was “Honestly, I don’t really feel like it’s hanging over my head.  I just don’t really think about it.  I haven’t thought about it until somebody brought it up(media).”  As for the recent contracts awarded to Barber and Newman, his two very important teammates, Owens stated he was very happy about it. 

I have to admit that two years ago when the Cowboys first acquired him from the Eagles, I felt Owens would be a bad fit and detrimental to Dallas.  Maybe some of you remember the article I first wrote about him as not fitting the “Cowboys” image, but I have to say I was wrong, so far anyway.  He has put up excellent numbers the past two seasons and is one of the reasons the Cowboys have been much more successful over the past two years.  They may not have won a Super Bowl yet, but if the way things are going now are any indication, this could be the year they win their first playoff game in a decade and go to the Super Bowl.

That’s right, I am predicting right here and now that Dallas will be in the Super Bowl and has a good chance to win it.  New England will fold due to Spygate and Green Bay doesn’t have Favre.  The Giants just won it and aren’t really a “repeat” kind of team, so why not?  Dallas has probably a better chance than any other team than these three and the possible return to glory by the Colts. They did well in the draft and have signed all of the important free agents they needed, which places them as the cream of the crop in the NFC in my book. 

Rest assured, T.O. will have a tremendous year this season, as will the Cowboys, and will get his new contract which will certainly make headlines when it does happen. 


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2 Responses to “Owens Advises Media There’s “No Problem””

  1. Landis91 says:

    I agree with the Super Bowl sentiments. The Cowboys have one of the best receivers in the league, a shut down CB that will also play receiver, a running back that can pick up the tough yards and a QB that stays calm under the pressure. Sounds like the good ol’ days to me.

  2. Bill says:

    I think TO knows that if he wants to stay he needs to play the game this time. He is older now and is not in the position he was when he was in Philly.

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