Monthly Archives: February 2016

Terrell Owens: The Snowball Of Sensationalism

Introduction: After years of observation and mounting disbelief, I’ve decided it’s time to take action. I have chosen to address this topic not just because of my admiration for Terrell Owens as a football player, but also because of its … Continue reading

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The anti-HOF argument in its simplest form

Since the Hall of Fame voters don’t care about details, and explaining why Owens’s star celebration-created reputation led to the media directly causing the conflicts that did exist (and inventing other conflicts or issues where they either didn’t exist or … Continue reading

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Anonymous sources

Forgetting for a second that Owens’ comments that have been criticized were extremely tame, sometimes even perfectly politically correct, but completely misparaphrased by the media for sensationalist headlines (and fed to the target player or coach in the media’s sensationalist … Continue reading

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Ed Werder Is Despicable

This was a breakdown I wrote a few years ago regarding the infamous Ed Werder Romo/Owens/Witten story from 2008. Upon reading it again, I have updated it, adding some new thoughts. It was the article that turned the Cowboys’ season … Continue reading

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Terrell Owens on Rattay vs. Garcia question

When asked if it was time for 49ers to consider a QB change: Owens: Who knows? That’s not my position to say we need a QB change, but Rat (Rattay) did a good job when he was in there. Whoever … Continue reading

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