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T.O. IMPLOSION COMING?

With the Cowboys surprisingly losing on Sunday in their final Texas Stadium regular-season game against the Washington Redskins, the shine has temporarily disappeared from the blue star that had seemed destined to appear in the Super Bowl.
With twelve regular-season games left, there’s still plenty of time to turn things around.  And it would be wise for someone to explain this to receiver Terrell Owens, whose me-first/me-only post-game remarks could end up creating an unwanted distraction for a franchise that needs to focus on winning games, not on keeping Owens happy.
Owens clearly wasn’t happy with his role on Sunday, even though 20 of 58 offensive snaps resulted in an attempt to put the ball in his hands.  He caught seven passes and had two rushing attempts.
Isn’t that enough reps?
I would say no.  I’m a competitor, and I want the ball,” Owens said.
“Everybody recognized that I wasn’t really getting the ball in the first half.  I’m pretty sure everybody watching the game recognized it, people in the stands recognized it.  I think my team recognized it.”
Apart from the folly of airing such dirty laundry publicly, Owens’ decision to gripe doesn’t bode well for a team that needs to shrug off its first loss of the year and get back to the business of winning football games.
Moving forward, opponents will focus even more aggressively on taking Owens out of the game plan, in the hopes that he’ll start yelling and screaming and throwing popcorn on the sidelines while the offensive unit is otherwise trying to focus on how to score points when the Cowboys get the ball again, regardless of who it is that scores them.
Frankly, it could be that the Cowboys tried too hard to get the ball to Owens on Sunday.  The Redskins were committed to containing T.O. and tight end Jason Witten.  With plenty of other weapons on offense, it makes more sense to get the ball to the players who are facing single coverage than it does to force the ball to a player who might not actually be open.
Then there’s the abandonment of the running game.  Marion Barber had only eight carries.  Rookie extraordinaire Felix Jones had zero touches.
So if T.O. is going to get the ball more, who’s going to get it less?
Though it’s impossible to control Owens, this is clearly one of those situations in which the better move would have been to not complain about not getting the ball as much as he thinks he should get the ball.  If the guy is a true team player, he never would have said what he said on Sunday.
It’s almost enough to make us agree with Emmitt Smith’s assessment from Sunday that Owens isn’t a true Cowboy.

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74 Responses to “T.O. IMPLOSION COMING?”
  1. PackFanInTexas says: Sep 29, 2008 10:24 AM

    I Love It. I can’t wait till this happens!

  2. almelo95 says: Sep 29, 2008 10:25 AM

    So much for crying about the media picking on his quarterback.

  3. roofles says: Sep 29, 2008 10:27 AM

    Someone needs to order a “code red” on TO.

  4. G-man says: Sep 29, 2008 10:27 AM

    Think about how ridiculous Owens’ comments are.
    34% of the offensive plays were directed at Owens, and he complains. Unbelievable. 34%! The guy needs his head examined.

  5. 26Hawk says: Sep 29, 2008 10:27 AM

    It was pointed out that the Cowboys got 61 touches in the game. TO got 20 of ‘em. He wants more? The guy is deranged, but it seems all WR’s have to be nuts now to be considered top-flight.
    I’m so sick of these prima donna WR’s, it ain’t funny.

  6. I C light pounder says: Sep 29, 2008 10:31 AM

    he better not start acting up, i have him on my fantasy roster.
    ravens suck, they are going down tonight
    score Stillers 24
    Raven 14

  7. Ed says: Sep 29, 2008 10:32 AM

    Come on TO, please go ahead and implode.
    An implosion could not happen to a better team and self centered
    pu$$y.
    All this talk about how great the Cryboys are is done with.
    They are no better than the Redskins. Ha Ha Ha…

  8. alamedaman says: Sep 29, 2008 10:32 AM

    Emmit: Owens isn’t a true cowboy, he doesn’t wear the hat.

  9. gosox2673 says: Sep 29, 2008 10:40 AM

    Moss is next

  10. Fab5Philly says: Sep 29, 2008 10:46 AM

    He could always come back to Philly. I don’t think anyone would mind if he took touches away from Hank Baskett and Greg Lewis.

  11. kellyb9 says: Sep 29, 2008 10:47 AM

    “I’m so sick of these prima donna WR’s, it ain’t funny.”Couldn’t agree more! They act as if I pay for sunday ticket just so I can see them do lame endzone dances. The thing I’ve noticed about many of them, it doesn’t matter how many touches they get. Most of them are upset with the rest of their team because of their inability to do anything with those opportunities. Sure, everyone likes the old fly route, but it’s just not going to be there if you decide to run it every single down. Do what you can for your team, if that includes a 6 yard first down play, then run that, and when you get into the end zone, act like you’ve been there before.

  12. Rob0769 says: Sep 29, 2008 10:47 AM

    The funny thing is that Colin Cowherd compared the Patriots and the Cowboys last week and he stated that the Pats would come apart at the seems with attitude issues because they are too tightly wond, but the Cowboys are more apt to overcome attitude problems with adversity because they are so loose. Aparently, Cowherd forgot TO played for the Cowboys.

  13. sddartman says: Sep 29, 2008 10:48 AM

    I think it’s probably over due. He usually blows up during the 2nd year he’s with a QB and this is his 3rd with the same guy. Soon it will be Tony Romo(the most overrated QB in the league)’s fault for not throwing the ball to him each and every play. Too bad Jerry Jones is the “Head Coach” in Dallas ’cause no disipline will happen. Wade Phillips sure doesn’t have the cajones to do anything.

  14. PFTiswhatitis says: Sep 29, 2008 10:48 AM

    Congrats to skins fans. So happy to see them win last night.

  15. TimTheEnchanter says: Sep 29, 2008 10:51 AM

    You can’t spell “toddler” without “T O”

  16. Mbehavin2 says: Sep 29, 2008 10:57 AM

    Ahhh, Mt. Owens is about to erupt. Surprised it took this long, even in a Cowboys uniform. Can you imagine how much more is going on behind the closed doors of the Cowboys? The difference between Owens and Moss? When Moss feels left out he shuts down, Owens makes damn sure everyone knows how he feels. If over 34% of the offensive snaps are not enough then what is? Teams will do all they can to take him out of the equation because “He can’t handle it!!”
    Wonder what Jerry Jones is thinking today?

  17. arosen36 says: Sep 29, 2008 10:59 AM

    please happen, please please please, t.o. is slowing down, i hope he takes the cowboys organization with them

  18. Walking Deadman says: Sep 29, 2008 11:01 AM

    Most of the NFCE teams have seen alot of TO with his Eagle and now Cowboy days…..
    and alot of us have been expecting this for awhile now.
    The funny thing is that after last year backing up Romo with the “he my quarterback” I thought TO had finally grown up and was developing the mentality of a “team guy” and not a guy who threw his teammates under the bus.
    If anything TO should be saying, “I got the ball too much” and the ‘Boys should be focusing on getting the ball to the other playmakers.

  19. Norseman says: Sep 29, 2008 11:02 AM

    T.O. = Dink Extraordinaire

  20. Ranger481VS says: Sep 29, 2008 11:05 AM

    You can’t spell idiot without T.O. either.

  21. florio4prez says: Sep 29, 2008 11:05 AM

    ‘Skins whoop ‘em ‘boys.
    TO cry like baby.
    Me happy.

  22. NYBearsFan says: Sep 29, 2008 11:07 AM

    The only thing that will fix this problem is let TO play QB so he can call the play, take the snap, hand off to himself, and throw the ball to himself. And while they’re at it, they might as well let him punt and kick.
    Everyone says that this guy has become more mature in his time in Dallas, but after everyone he’s thrown under the bus in his career, it takes a lot more than 2-3 years of not blowing up to be seen as a mature player.

  23. CD_Ridge says: Sep 29, 2008 11:08 AM

    I stopped watching ESPN because of the endless coverage of Owens with the Eagles a couple years back. How about flushing this turd before the stink gets to bad for everyone.

  24. RJS says: Sep 29, 2008 11:11 AM

    I think it’s far more likely that Florio posts his 1000000th spurious T.O. implosion article before T.O. actually implodes.
    You Cowboys haters are like guaranteed money to this website.

  25. jyernberg says: Sep 29, 2008 11:11 AM

    I saw this coming during the boys packers game. He was pouting on the sidelines, while his team was dmiating. Then he get the ball thrown to him 17 times has a reverse and only has 7 catches and he still cries?! C’mon people… Did we really think T.O. Had changed? Once owens blows up, it won’t be long till he drags down pac_man and then micheal irvin will stab someone in the neck with a pair of scissors, and nate newton will start doing coke and beating women. Stay classy dallasna

  26. Beau_Bell_is_a_Bust says: Sep 29, 2008 11:12 AM

    So much for the “best team in football” Dallas Cowboys. So overrated.
    And yeah, Romo is the most overrated QB in the game. Seriously, does anybody get more time back there? And he still chokes!

  27. Vox Veritas says: Sep 29, 2008 11:16 AM

    Context!
    He was asked a question and he answered it. Do you think that he just started the conversation with “I would say no”? No, he was asked “do you think that you got the ball enough?” and he answered like every WR in the NFL would answer. If he starts answering like that after wins, THEN there might be a problem.
    Playcalling was terrible. Rather than taking those DBs deep and loosening up that D for the running game, Garrett changed what has been working and was trying to play ball control with dinks and dunks and WITHOUT running the ball. At first I thought Romo was checking down but after watching again I see that there were hardly any deep routes at all! Garrett outsmarted himself and they gave up on the run waaaaay too early.

  28. infamous86 says: Sep 29, 2008 11:18 AM

    Yal need to stop riding T.O.’s d#@K point blank!! He’s gonna answer whatever question is thrown at him with brute honesty……..he will be alright and so will the Cowboys…….with the exception of Moss he is the best threat at the wide receiver position. All you hating MFs need to take a chill pill. You cant tell me if you put T.O. on any team he wouldnt make them better immediately.

  29. dashoe says: Sep 29, 2008 11:18 AM

    It’s a given that T.O. will implode. People like him are great when things are good but when things go bad, watch out!
    Get ready for the real Randy Moss too! The realization of taking less money to “finish some unfinished business” and not having no more of a chance at the SB than the Arizona Cardinals, will bring out the worst in Randy. It’s gotta be killing Moss that he is not being paid even close to the amount he is worth.

  30. shaunypoo says: Sep 29, 2008 11:19 AM

    I have my popcorn ready.

  31. Vox Veritas says: Sep 29, 2008 11:20 AM

    “Wonder what Jerry Jones is thinking today? ”
    He may be reconsidering making Jason Garrett the next head coach. I hope he is anyway. Send a message not to get too full of himself and to stick with what works and quit trying to be cute with the playcalling.

  32. Vox Veritas says: Sep 29, 2008 11:22 AM

    “Aparently, Cowherd forgot TO played for the Cowboys.”
    Or maybe he remembers that Moss plays for the Patriots and that he’s still as prone to dogging it as he’s ever been.

  33. renaissancemanrt says: Sep 29, 2008 11:24 AM

    I love all the media butt-kissing T.O. got last week “OMG, did you see T.O. hustle to make the tackle? Did you see T.O. hustle to block downfield? OMG!!!”
    He’s a football player, that’s his job. It’s pathetic when you have to point out a player performing the basic duties of their job.

  34. Doohickey says: Sep 29, 2008 11:30 AM

    You’ve been posting this same article 3-4 times a year for the last three seasons, Florio. You have to admire tenacity like that. One of these days, you might just be the lucky blind squirrel.

  35. empty13 says: Sep 29, 2008 11:31 AM

    34%? still 6% short of tice’s “randy ratio”…
    weak. weak. weak. this guy is a walking diva and soap opera.
    i still bet he’s gay. all the drama…

  36. RJS says: Sep 29, 2008 11:34 AM

    Florio’s definitely taking the “broken watch” (still right twice a day) approach to the T.O. implosion thing.

  37. Vox Veritas says: Sep 29, 2008 11:37 AM

    “it won’t be long till he drags down pac_man and then micheal irvin will stab someone in the neck with a pair of scissors, and nate newton will start doing coke and beating women.”
    That may be true, but one thing’s for certain… through it all, they’d still be able to stomp the dogsheeot out of the Packers by double digits.

  38. Vox Veritas says: Sep 29, 2008 11:39 AM

    “He’s a football player, that’s his job. It’s pathetic when you have to point out a player performing the basic duties of their job. ”
    Normally I would agree, but sadly there are many WRs that won’t even do that.

  39. SpartaChris says: Sep 29, 2008 11:41 AM

    I think TO should change his initials to ME.
    What’s the over/under on him “accidentally” taking too many pills again?

  40. Bucco Brewski says: Sep 29, 2008 11:45 AM

    Popcorn in hand awaiting implosion.

  41. kellyb9 says: Sep 29, 2008 12:02 PM

    @Beau_Bell_is_a_Bust – I’ll admit I don’t like the Cowboys, but debating whether its the offensive line or the quarterback that makes their offense great is a moot point. Sure, I think they have the best offensive line in football, and maybe because of that, their quarterback looks better than he actually is. But who cares? It’s a team sport.

  42. DM says: Sep 29, 2008 12:05 PM

    The whole team might as well implode now instead of wasting everyone’s time and getting lit up in the playoffs…again.

  43. thestan says: Sep 29, 2008 12:12 PM

    TO is not a team player – YOU DON’T SAY??? Why did ANYONE buy into the fact that he was –
    You can’t go from being as completely insane as TO is, to normal/rational – The guy is a serious fruit loop, and always will be – Here’s to seeing more of him deeply upset -

  44. East Bay Ray says: Sep 29, 2008 12:13 PM

    Good lord, people, it was ONE GAME! And what TO said was in the emotion of the moment after suffering a frustrating loss. This is not a big deal. The Cowboys are 3-1 at the 1/4 season point, which is a 12-4 pace. Would any fan here complain about their team going 12-4? As for the “they haven’t won a playoff game since ’97” stuff, yeah, that’s true, but they can’t do anything about that until January. You can’t win ‘em all, just ask the Patriots.

  45. Vox Veritas says: Sep 29, 2008 12:17 PM

    “What’s the over/under on him “accidentally” taking too many pills again? ”
    About the same as the Packers have of ever beating the Cowboys. Actually, the chance of TO overdosing may be slightly higher than that.

  46. eagles20 says: Sep 29, 2008 12:25 PM

    T.O. is a joke why anyone pay attention to anything he says is beyond me. Maybe if he would of dropped a tear or two again like he did for romo…what a joke but perfect for the team of turds in dallas for sure with the turd leader on the sidelines watching.

  47. steve2e says: Sep 29, 2008 12:27 PM

    These comments are hilarious. So often the comments are better then the article. My favorite to date “Can’t spell idiot without T.O.”
    T.O. is a great athlete but he has no idea how dumb he comes across. He will cause utter chaos on the Cowboys sooner or later. If he thinks for a second that nobody is paying attention to him or the team is making him look bad….look out.
    The Dr Phil and T.O. show coming to a stadium near you.

  48. kmitch218 says: Sep 29, 2008 12:43 PM

    There’s probably not much better medicine for T.O’s whining like a spoiled brat than a visit from the Bengals. A multi-touchdown day Sunday should shut him up for a week.
    As I’m typing this, I just realized T.O. and Ocho Cinco will be on the same field together. That could create some sort of ego-maniacal rip in the time space/time continuum.

  49. Bingobango says: Sep 29, 2008 12:45 PM

    infamous86 says:
    September 29th, 2008 at 11:18 am
    “You cant tell me if you put T.O. on any team he wouldnt make them better immediately.”
    TO is like a steriod shot in the teams ass, at first the performance is unbelievable but over time something starts to shrivel up.

  50. moonbeam says: Sep 29, 2008 1:25 PM

    i surprised that no one picked up on the play in the
    fourth quarter,when romo threw the ball into the endzone
    to owens.the ball was completely catchable,but no,it
    clanked off owen’s hands.game,set,match,time to start
    drinking the hard stuff.

  51. SevenDollarBologna says: Sep 29, 2008 1:30 PM

    If Jerry was smart, he would send a message, & cut him immediately.

  52. east96st says: Sep 29, 2008 1:31 PM

    Maybe if he actually caught all those passes thrown to him, both he and his teammates would be happier. Romo’s completion percentage would go thru the roof if this joker held on to all the passes that hit him right in his hands.

  53. brad-in-cbus says: Sep 29, 2008 1:35 PM

    you all are the same retards that have been saying T.O. is gonna do this gonna do that for 3 years in Dallas now–it wont happen and you all need to get a life and go watch soaps cause thats what your lives are all about ladies–you all act like chics–get some nads and quit worring about drama

  54. brad-in-cbus says: Sep 29, 2008 1:41 PM

    sevendollar–u r sooooooo smart–ya cut T.O. to send a message–u are the smartest dude ive ever met–why arent you a G.M. in the nfl–man u r sooo right–cut a top 3 WR makes sooooo much sense–man i wish jerry had thought of that–get a life you retard and go watch your sopas you nadless chic

  55. RevSkip says: Sep 29, 2008 1:44 PM

    east96st says:
    September 29th, 2008 at 1:31 pm
    “Maybe if he actually caught all those passes thrown to him, both he and his teammates would be happier. Romo’s completion percentage would go thru the roof if this joker held on to all the passes that hit him right in his hands. ”
    Very true. While I admire TO’s talent his drops definitely affect his game and seem to come in bunches. And once he starts dropping balls it usually isn’t long before he starts blaming someone else, a coach, a QB, etc. He won’t give up on plays like Moss, but he is always a threat to create dissension in the locker room.

  56. WetHog says: Sep 29, 2008 1:51 PM

    The only person on the Crackboys that has a right to bitch is Marion Barber. But it would appear he has class and pride that TO obviously lacks. As a Skins even I have to admit that Barber is the real deal, where TO is a wannabe.
    I’m starting to think this is actually true:
    “TO is no Brandon Marshal.”

  57. Kevin from Philly says: Sep 29, 2008 2:04 PM

    The REAL explosion will be when Romo stops kissing his ass at every possible occasion. Example:
    Romo: Well he’s a great receiver, but sometimes I wish he’d keep his opinions to himself
    T.O (from across the locker room): Do I smell a rat over there?!?!?

  58. SpartaChris says: Sep 29, 2008 2:41 PM

    >> Vox Veritas says:
    September 29th, 2008 at 12:17 pm
    About the same as the Packers have of ever beating the Cowboys. Actually, the chance of TO overdosing may be slightly higher than that.<<
    You go ahead and hold on to that victory from 2 games ago man. I know it’s the highlight of your season and all, so please, continue to embrace it. Meanwhile, everyone else will be moving on and looking forward to the rest of the season.

  59. edgerules says: Sep 29, 2008 3:28 PM

    Well, even though I usually do not make a big deal over ONE game (see what happened to some of my Steeler fans on message boards over the loss to the Iggles and you will see what I mean)as it is just ONE game, but people can not ignore Owens’ track record. I usually do not hold people’s transgressions against them, and am willing to give people fresh starts, but T.O. has a history of not playing nice with his QBs and being a locker room cancer, etc. I see people defending him and all, but even THEY should not be surprised by this.
    I certainly have my popcorn ready, because this implosion is coming. Jerry Jones took a huge risk in signing this guy and even,I believe, giving him a extension in the off season. If there was an NFL owner I hated, it would be Jones and I would just love to see this blow up in his face. :)
    Kudos to the person who said, “You can’t spell idiot without TO.” from me also. Cool comment.

  60. DM says: Sep 29, 2008 3:36 PM

    Vox, the question is can they beat the Packers in the playoffs, or will Romo choke his ass off for the hat trick?

  61. Favre2012 says: Sep 29, 2008 4:43 PM

    Neither is Emmitt. He’s a Cardinal.
    But maybe you’ve forgotten, Florio.

  62. tbpforlife says: Sep 29, 2008 5:09 PM

    what a reach. I must have seen this same headline on this website 100 times over the past 2 years.

  63. rsa says: Sep 29, 2008 5:16 PM

    “Everybody recognized that I wasn’t really getting the ball in the first half. I’m pretty sure everybody watching the game recognized it, people in the stands recognized it. I think my team recognized it.”
    I think the resident internet hack misinterpreted TO’s comments. TO wasn’t saying he had too few balls come his way (even TO can count . . . I assume), he was saying that ROMO’s THROWS WEREN’T GOOD ENOUGH, i. e., Romo wasn’t “getting” him the ball. Since it’s impossible that Shawn Springs could have taken TO out of the game with tight coverage, the only possible explanation was that Romo wasn’t “really getting TO the ball”. If Romo had been, TO’d have caught seventeen balls yesterday. It was all McNabb ^H^H^H^H^H^H Romo’s fault and everyone should have seen that it was poor TO that was hung out by his QB.
    Which means TO wasn’t just being selfish, he was calling out his QB. :eek: Which is worse than just being selfish.

  64. bigblue59 says: Sep 29, 2008 5:17 PM

    Good the cowgirls are starting gotta love it
    Knew it would happen
    And for all you Giant haters heres how the East stands
    1 Giants
    All the rest
    Giants beat the skins the skins beat the girls and the girls beat the birds guess that says it all

  65. East Bay Ray says: Sep 29, 2008 5:39 PM

    Hey, wasn’t it reported on this site 2+ years ago that the Cowboys might cut TO before the regular season, after he was injured during most of training camp? How did that work out? When the section is called “The Rumor Mill”, Florio can throw pretty much anything out there and be covered. “Hey, I’m not calling this factual reporting. It’s a Rumor Mill.” Some of it is true, much of it is not. It’s funny, though, how many sheep read this stuff and take it as gospel. We get it. LOTS of people hate TO and want him to fail. That’s not necessarily going to make it so.

  66. Vox Veritas says: Sep 29, 2008 6:19 PM

    “You go ahead and hold on to that victory from 2 games ago man. I know it’s the highlight of your season and all, so please, continue to embrace it. Meanwhile, everyone else will be moving on and looking forward to the rest of the season. ”
    Don’t act like you’re a player, Chris. You’re not, in any sense of the word.

  67. Vox Veritas says: Sep 29, 2008 6:20 PM

    “Vox, the question is can they beat the Packers in the playoffs”
    No, the question is whether the Packers can make the playoffs or not.

  68. Vox Veritas says: Sep 29, 2008 6:21 PM

    “Neither is Emmitt. He’s a Cardinal.
    But maybe you’ve forgotten, Florio. ”
    Emmitt’s last contract was with the Cowboys.

  69. jyernberg says: Sep 29, 2008 8:24 PM

    @vox
    i remember a clip that was played of baby bitch during the boys-pack game the other week. it went something like this. “yeah i know charles woodson, i played him a few times when i was with san fran… he is OK i guess. i know exactly what he is gunna do,or what he will try to do i mean. he can’t stop me. i am bigger faster stronger and just plain BETTER. so, charles who… naw i aint worried bout it.”
    hey vox can you remind me of what T.O. did in that game? i cant seem to remember.
    and before you ask who won the game i will beat you to it, the cowboys..

  70. Vox Veritas says: Sep 29, 2008 8:53 PM

    “i remember a clip that was played of baby bitch during the boys-pack game the other week”
    So much for “looking forward to the rest of the season”, huh? Poser. “baby bitch” is cute though. He was right, Woodson needed help and that’s why everything else was so WIDE open. As cute as he is, he’s not as cute as lying bitch extraordinaire Al Harris and his Janet Jackson Home Hair Extension Kit. Would you like to be reminded of what HE said before the game?
    “I can say this: I think this is a much better game-plan (this week). This is the best game-plan that we’ve had since I’ve been here, in this scheme. I honestly think that. And you can quote me on that. After the game, you won’t even say anything. You’ll just smile and know what I’m talking about. Do you remember the last game? The game that I had two interceptions. Let me ask you a couple questions: How many yards did T.O. have? 156. How many catches? Seven. How many did you see me around him? Three. That should tell you right there if they had a great game plan for what we were doing. You’ve got to read between the lines on the rest.”
    Hilarious, especially when he says that he had 2 INTs. He didn’t.
    “hey vox can you remind me of what T.O. did in that game? i cant seem to remember.”
    Isn’t it obvious? He won the game, along with the rest of the Cowboys. I know you Packer fans are all about stats though, being subjected to the overrated stat machine known as BertFarve for so long. Now… can you remind me what Al Harris did in that game, besides getting run over by AJ Hawk and LOSING BY DOUBLE DIGITS IN LAMEBLOW FIELD along with the rest of the Packers?

  71. East Bay Ray says: Sep 29, 2008 9:20 PM

    jyernberg,
    Let me add to what vox said. What did TO do in the Packers game?
    1.) His presence forced the Packers D to sell out to stop him, leaving running lanes open for Barber and Felix Jones, and leaving Witten and Austin in single coverage they were easily able to defeat.
    2.) He escorted Felix Jones down the field on his long TD run.
    3.) He hustled down the field to make the tackle after Romo’s INT, possibly preventing a TD.
    4.) He only caught 2 passes, OK. But you know what he didn’t do? Complain about that, because his team won.
    If you are somehow implying that Charles Woodson shut TO down man to man, you are either blinded by hatred of TO or you just don’t know jack about football. TO made a huge contribution in that game, and it didn’t show in his stats. How is that selfish?

  72. GovtCheese says: Sep 29, 2008 11:45 PM

    You can’t spell “toddler” without “TO”!

  73. PhillyRocks-TO-NotSoMuch says: Sep 29, 2008 11:51 PM

    So I says to Romo-sapien: “Romo, I bleed for you, baby. But get me the ball. I’m a playmaker; I can make things happen. And give me a little taste of that Jessica Simpson shit, too. Man, I’d tear that up.”

  74. jyernberg says: Sep 30, 2008 6:31 PM

    lol @ cowboys fans,
    you really think T.O. has changed? lets see what happens when he only catches 5 balls this week and they lose…

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