Apart from the whole reality show thing, Terrell Owens has kept his mouth mostly shut in Buffalo.
But now he’s rounding into regular season form.
In comments that will be blown out of proportion, but that indicate seemingly inevitable storm clouds on the horizon, Terrell Owens gave his honest assessment when asked if he liked the no-huddle offense Wednesday.
“No, not really, but I have to deal with it,” Owens said.
And by deal with it, Owens apparently means he’ll passive-aggressively undermine the entire direction of the offense through the media.
Bills coach Dick Jauron confirmed for the umpteenth Wednesday that the Patriots will “definitely” see the Bills in no-huddle in the season opener. No matter what Owens thinks about it.
Not content to stop his headline making there, Owens was asked if he had anything special up his sleeve for Monday night.
“No, but I might bring my spy camera out,” Owens said.
(For the record, we think that harmless dig is pretty funny, whereas the first one could cause problems. Although the Patriots now have some bulletin board material. And if you don’t think they’ll use it, you haven’t read any of the countless books written about the Patriots.)