Bills receiver Terrell Owens, who has five catches for 98 yards and one touchdown in three full games, doesn’t like to be criticized by the media.
The latest target of T.O.’s retaliation is NBC’s Rodney Harrison, who called Owens a “clown” during Football Night In America.
Last night, Owens posted multiple tweets asking Harrison, who was suspended for HGH possession two years ago, to send steroids to the Bills’ facility.
Today, Owens is at it again, Twitter style.
We’ll defer to the chain of tweets. Basically, Owens continues to chide Harrison for taking HGH.
Owens also reflects, Twitter style, on his current predicament, explaining that he has been thinking about what he can do to help the team, and pointing out that it’s the first time his team ever has been 1-2, and that it’s the first time he has been held without a catch in a game since his rookie year of 1996.
And he’s right about that. His last game without a catch came on October 14, 1996, more than two months before the last time the Cowboys won a postseason game.
But he’s wrong when he says it’s the first time his team has been 1-2. The 49ers were 1-2 in 2003, and 0-3 in 2000.
He probably forgets that because both seasons ended up being forgettable. And, eventually, he’ll be hoping to forget all about what surely will be his only season in Buffalo.