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Terrell Owens brings up Donovan McNabb's Super Bowl struggles

Five and a half years later, Terrell Owens is still using Super Bowl XXXIX as a cudgel to bash Donovan McNabb.

On Tuesday’s episode of The T.Ocho Show, Owens and teammate Chad Ochocinco discussed Redskins coach Mike Shanahan’s comment that he benched McNabb late in Sunday’s loss to the Lions in part because McNabb lacked the necessary “cardiovascular endurance” to get the job done.

Owens pounced on that.

“Well, I don’t really want to start anything, but I did play in the Super Bowl and there were rumors where he couldn’t get our two-minute offense going at the end of the game,” Owens said. “I’m just saying.”

For those who have forgotten, Owens played a brilliant game in Super Bowl XXXIX, catching nine passes for 122 yards in his return from an ankle injury that had caused him to miss the playoffs.  McNabb, however, ran a painfully slow two-minute offense with the Eagles trailing in the fourth quarter, and Philadelphia came up short, losing 24-21.  When Owens became unhappy with his contract the following offseason, he suggested that he should be paid more than McNabb because, “I’m not the one who got tired in the Super Bowl.”

Now Owens says it’s reasonable for Shanahan to distrust McNabb’s abilities in the two-minute offense.

“He’s the head coach, so it has to make sense,” Owens said. “Well, this is a situation where Mike Shanahan, he sees these two quarterbacks on an everyday basis. . . .  So he’s had a chance to observe.”

Ochocinco, however, wasn’t buying it.

“If anyone else out there feels that Rex Grossman gives the Washington Redskins a better chance than Donovan McNabb to win a game with two minutes left on the clock,” Ochocinco said, “they need to slap they selves.”

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63 Responses to “Terrell Owens brings up Donovan McNabb's Super Bowl struggles”
  1. drumbug71 says: Nov 3, 2010 7:36 AM

    “I dont want to start anything….”
    Well…you just did.
    And what the heck is a “cudgel”????

  2. The Black Cat says: Nov 3, 2010 7:40 AM

    And that is why you play for Cincinnati, you waste of a human being.

  3. turbodog says: Nov 3, 2010 7:47 AM

    For once I agree with 85

  4. redguy12588 says: Nov 3, 2010 7:50 AM

    Thou art a poet Ocho Cinco

  5. pga5 says: Nov 3, 2010 7:50 AM

    “If anyone else out there feels that Rex Grossman gives the Washington Redskins a better chance than Donovan McNabb to win a game with two minutes left on the clock,” Ochocinco said, “they need to slap they selves.”
    =====================================
    Ochocinco: The voice of reason?

  6. KingRichardSB says: Nov 3, 2010 7:50 AM

    Well, Grossman has been to a Super Bowl (although I think the Colts paid him to throw the game). What have you accomplished lately Ochostinko?

  7. Kisstherings says: Nov 3, 2010 7:51 AM

    What is a cudgel??

  8. redscare says: Nov 3, 2010 7:55 AM

    It’s not very classy to bring it up, but he’s in the right. I’d say Owens played a *heroic* game in that Super Bowl; he put in such an outstanding effort, and at times it seemed as if he was carrying the whole team on his back and was willing the team to win. He was really the MVP of that game.
    I had heard a lot about his bad behavior before then, but ever since I watched him in that game, I’ve respected him.

  9. DownSouthNiner says: Nov 3, 2010 7:57 AM

    A least McNabb got you to the SB. Where have you been since? And where do you think your boy Palmer is going to take you this season?

  10. Black QB White RB says: Nov 3, 2010 7:59 AM

    Shanahan was right to bench his QB given the fact that the QB was playing poorly, mismanaging the game, making mistakes and getting pummeled by the Lions’ Defense. Because HE STINKS.
    But alas, Rex is the backup. And anyone who thinks Rex is going to save the game needs to slap “THEY SELF”….another highly educated NFL player, probably went to school with Clinton Portis…
    Seems to me maybe Shanahan wrote off the game in order to make a statement because he’s fed up, instead of sticking with the guy who gave him the best chance to win. Wasn’t the only bad decision Mr. Go-For-Two made that day…..

  11. FireJerryJones says: Nov 3, 2010 8:03 AM

    More people read this transcript than watched.
    Nobody cares.
    2 – 5?
    They should rename this the ‘Not My Fault’ show.

  12. jersey73 says: Nov 3, 2010 8:05 AM

    Sick or not sick, the final drive for the Eagles in the Superbowl had an offense (including TO) in hyperdrive with a QB in McNabb stuck in quicksand.

  13. Kolb to Jackson says: Nov 3, 2010 8:05 AM

    Mcnabb puked and TO never got passed that….get over it TO!

  14. skinsroc says: Nov 3, 2010 8:06 AM

    If anyone watched this crap they need to slap themselves.
    Just sayin…..

  15. Brusci is Poncherello says: Nov 3, 2010 8:17 AM

    2-5 and ready to get bitch-slapped Monday night–and he’s still talking about Chunky boy..

  16. TP7 says: Nov 3, 2010 8:26 AM

    “I’m not the one who got tired in the Super Bowl.”
    Perhaps that’s because you didn’t play in the 4 or 5 games leading to the Super Bowl…”I’m just saying”

  17. CHIEF ZEE says: Nov 3, 2010 8:36 AM

    Donovan McNabb is being paid heavily under the table to sabotage the Redskins…no way that a QB of his calibre would make so many poor throws consistently.

  18. Hollywood26 says: Nov 3, 2010 8:42 AM

    As a Skins fan I hate to say it but the McNabb trade is not looking good so far. I was upset he was pulled in the last 2 minutes but only because he waited until the last two minutes. McNabb’s efficiency rating has been locking like the dow jones during the recession, heading down with no sight of correcting itself.

  19. DP says: Nov 3, 2010 8:43 AM

    I don’t get the Mc5 apologists. TO, then, and now is saying what we in Philly have known long ago. Mc5 was a good QB on a good Philly teams with good defenses . It was a 2 way street. He wouldn’t have had as much success in most other players with lesser teams but he was a good fit for us most of the time. Mc5 isn’t the HOF QB his apologists try to portray but not the fraud his critics contend. He’s been over the hill for sometime now which again, no secret to Philly fans. Washington has bigger problems than Mc5. They aren’t going anywhere with or without him. Shanny is an idiot as well b/c you don’t treat players in that fashion but being an idiot doens’t mean his evaluation of Mc5 is wrong. He pulled him for some reason. I don’t think Shanny was f-ing around saying, you know what, let’s throw Rex in. Mc5 and Favre need to go to a deserted island and leave us all alone.

  20. Krow says: Nov 3, 2010 8:47 AM

    What is this? National ‘Dish Dirt on Donovan’ Week? All these low-lifes scurry out from under their rocks to kick a guy when he’s down. Classy…

  21. imongo says: Nov 3, 2010 8:48 AM

    Who are these two? Do they still play? Where? Go F yourselves losers.

  22. rickah99 says: Nov 3, 2010 8:57 AM

    Both McNabb and the Eagles, as always, have a better record than Mr. Owens.
    Some things in life never change!
    Up next: How to blast your organization 2 different ways:
    1) We’re losing, but I’m putting up great numbers…must be the organization’s fault!
    2) We’re winning, but I’m not putting up great numbers…must be the organization’s fault.
    Are WR’s just taught to be idiotic drama queens in college?

  23. DC_Bengals_Fan says: Nov 3, 2010 8:59 AM

    “Well, I don’t really want to start anything, but I did play in the Super Bowl and there were rumors where he couldn’t get our two-minute offense going at the end of the game,” Owens said. “I’m just saying.”
    You jackass, you’re the one who started those rumors. Christ, this assclown plays for my team now and I still can’t stand him.

  24. Richm2257 says: Nov 3, 2010 8:59 AM

    redscare says:
    He was really the MVP of that game
    ————————————————
    Yeah, except for … ummmm ……. they LOST.
    MVP’s of Super Bowls generally, you know, win.

  25. east96st says: Nov 3, 2010 9:05 AM

    “Perhaps that’s because you didn’t play in the 4 or 5 games leading to the Super Bowl…”I’m just saying”
    Wow. I’m no fan of T.O., but that’s just ignorant. The guy was so badly hurt that NO ONE thought he would even play in the Super Bowl, let alone turn in a MVP performance like he did. The reality is, if Reid didn’t try to force the running game, which did NOTHING that day, and five or six more passes were thrown to T.O., who just dominated NE, Philly would have won. That simple. T.O. was the one guy NE could not stop. T.O. doesn’t play in that game and Philly would have been blown out. Probably shut out, too. The guy’s an ass, but he had a game for the ages that day and he did it on a surgically repaired ankle that 99% of the NFL wouldn’t be able to play on and did it despite the fact that doctors warned him to not to. I get it that you Philly boys are understandably bitter about his holdout crap, but he was Philly’s one shot at a Lombardi and Andy and Donovan screwed it up.

  26. CowboysFansAreAllBandwagonFans says: Nov 3, 2010 9:06 AM

    cudgel: club, bludgeon, stick, truncheon, baton, mace, blackjack, billy club, nightstick, shillelagh.

    Or essentially.. another word writers use to make them think they are smarter than their readership..

  27. iusedtobeteddybayer says: Nov 3, 2010 9:06 AM

    “…they selves”.
    And God knows, both these fellas are gonna do fine after football.

  28. SgtRoc99 says: Nov 3, 2010 9:06 AM

    A club (also known as cudgel, baton, truncheon, night stick or bludgeon) is among the simplest of all weapons.

  29. CutlerIsACryBaby says: Nov 3, 2010 9:09 AM

    Yeah, “They need to slap they selves” ….awesome

  30. carmendmv says: Nov 3, 2010 9:16 AM

    As an Eagles fan I know McNabb is inaccurate as heck – worms are scared of McNabb. Sorry everyone else is just now finding that out. Andy Reid is starting to look more like a genius everyday is drama drags out…
    I have always respected McNabb and thought he gave the Eagles the best chance to win up until last season – he has some changes to make. Good luck with the experiment Washington.

  31. jersey73 says: Nov 3, 2010 9:19 AM

    @Richm2257…
    Superbowl V
    – Colts won
    – Dallas LB Chuck Howley was MVP.

  32. Steve W. says: Nov 3, 2010 9:26 AM

    # Kisstherings says: November 3, 2010 7:51 AM
    What is a cudgel??
    __________________________
    A club.

  33. goboys82 says: Nov 3, 2010 9:29 AM

    Why are they blaming it all on Ncnabb, have they seen their o-line? And why haven’t they gotten him any receivers? You can’t work miracles with Moss and Cooley, they should grab Randy Moss. They knew (or should have) when they traded for McNabb that he’s a deep ball QB. Get him time and some deep threats and he’ll be just fine.

  34. goboys82 says: Nov 3, 2010 9:29 AM

    KingRichardSB says:
    November 3, 2010 7:50 AM
    Well, Grossman has been to a Super Bowl (although I think the Colts paid him to throw the game). What have you accomplished lately Ochostinko?
    ___________________________________
    So has McNabb, and he was comparing McNabb and Grossman, not himself and Grossman.

  35. melikefootball says: Nov 3, 2010 9:31 AM

    This coming from the same TO that on Sunday on last interception thrown toward him, not only did not try to hard to get to ball but then slowly walked toward the sideline instead of trying to run down the player with the interception.

  36. Cornerdenizen says: Nov 3, 2010 9:39 AM

    Wow. A tough choice for those devoted to hatred. McNabb and T.O. in the same post!
    I understand T.O. He’s done and said a lot of stupid things. But the hatred for McNabb–a guy who’s never done anything close to reprehensible–says more about the hater than the guy he hates.

  37. FinFan6886 says: Nov 3, 2010 9:40 AM

    Why is McNabb put on a pedestal? He has never been feared for his comeback prowess. He is a decent QB when the team is winning. He did take the Eagles to several NFCC games but, I bet the Eagles had a stout defense in all of those years. McNabb can win witha top 5 defense, without it, not so much

  38. clovenhoof says: Nov 3, 2010 9:41 AM

    To be fair to McNabb, the problem wasn’t that he choked in the two-minute offense (for one thing, my recollection was there were more like five minutes to go when he dropped a big pootie on the field), it was that he choked in the Super Bowl.
    In a normal game situation there’s no way Shanahan should be pulling D. Mac for Grossman in the final two minutes. He either does it ten minutes earlier or not at all.
    T.O. and D.Mac need a couple of sessions with Dr. Phil. They both handled their time in Philly badly, and it cost the Iggles a Super Bowl.

  39. Wick says: Nov 3, 2010 9:44 AM

    Ochocinco said, “they need to slap they selves.”
    At first I thought this was a typo. Then I considered the source and quickly realized it was an accurate quote.

  40. Morris says: Nov 3, 2010 9:46 AM

    It seems the only thing that really never gets tired is Owens’ mouth.

  41. Chip says: Nov 3, 2010 9:47 AM

    Excellent point KingRichardSB. Grossman has the same number of SB appearances and titles as McPuke!

  42. themage78 says: Nov 3, 2010 9:56 AM

    Why is it that they get Shananan, get McNabb, and people think this is a Super Bowl team?
    They’ve had little draft picks the past two years, there’s few good recievers to throw to (I think they tossed one of the 2 2nd rounders from 2008 off the team), and they just switched to a 3-4 Defense.
    OH AND THEY WERE 4-12 LAST YEAR!!!!!!!
    No one is expecting Bradford to come in and win a Super Bowl for the Rams, so why are we expecting the same for McNabb? Just because he’s been to the big dance doesn’t mean he’s going to make there his first year with a new team.
    The o-line still stinks and he has no one to throw to. Oh and they keep changing RBs every week cause they keep getting injured. Doesn’t seem like a great situation to play in now does it?

  43. joe.attaboy says: Nov 3, 2010 9:57 AM

    McNabb didn’t get tired on Super Bowl XXXIX. He was just taking his time so he could have a chance to throw up on the field at Alltel…Jacksonville Municipal…Everbank Field/Stadium. He wanted to be the first QB to do it twice in a career.
    Excuse me while I go slap they…myself.

  44. kaos0369 says: Nov 3, 2010 10:02 AM

    Why am I not surprised? Owens has never been able to keep his trap shut about anything.
    What’s your team’s record again this year? Oh that’s right, 2 and 5.
    Shut the hell up TO, no one cares what you or your lover Ocho have to say.
    (ps) Does anyone actually watch the O-choStinko show?

  45. arsenalrules says: Nov 3, 2010 10:28 AM

    If a scrub backup-quarterback-turned-mediocre-ESPN-analyst like Tim Hasselbeck can give his observations about what he saw from McNabb – while serving as backup QB in 2002 who contributed nothing to the Eagles – why can Owens continue to give his views on McNabb from five years ago?
    Owens certainly has more credibility to speak about McNabb than an anonymous backup who did little in Philadelphia and is now stabbing McNabb in the back, talking about #### that happened nearly 10 years ago

  46. samwadd55 says: Nov 3, 2010 10:35 AM

    T.O. dropped two TDs and they had to go to Greg Lewis in the 4th Qtr to score … That’s what he needs to get over

  47. DaBeast says: Nov 3, 2010 10:39 AM

    Here are the FACTS about D. McNabb that all of you haters can’t get past. HE WINS FOOTBALL GAMES! He had a winning season every single year in Philly. He led his team to the playoffs and Division Championships most of his years in Philly. He led his team to a SuperBowl in Philly and almost won it against a much better team. And even though he is still adjusting to a completely new system in Washington and understandably playing poor right now. He is still WINNING IN DC! They are 4-3 with him at the helm. He will only get better as he gets more comfortable, Cooley gets well, and Shanahan/ Snyder gets him some real weapons (like Randy Moss) instead of wasting time with the likes of Joey Galloway while assessing losers like JaMarcus Russell and JP Losman.
    My only complaint with McNabb was why oh why he ever lobbied Shanahan to bring that back stabbing dirtbag T.O. to Washington during the summer. THAT WAS NUTS! Shanahan saved Donovan from himself on that one. It would have been a total disaster. And now he sees it. But he never should have even considered burying the hatchet with that scumbag Owens. Now the same T. Owens SQUADOUCHE is in Cincinnati collaborating with OCHO to throw Carson Palmer under the bus. Serves the Bengals and Marvin Lewis right for bring in that cancerous slug of a QB killer! You just don’t see that predator until it is too late. Right now Owens is doing all of his damage through his proxy (Ocho). If the Bengals were smart they would dump him right now. And put control back in the hands of Palmer and Benson. They went to the playoffs without Owens last year and Palmer was just fine. OchoT.O. were using McNabb here to actually launch a stealth attack on Carson Palmer! My fearlees prediction is this. Before this drama is finished T.O.OCHO and Marvin Lewis will be out in Cincy. McNabb will be in Phoenix with Fitzgerald and Ocho. And T.O will be at home watching games on TV eating popcorn for the rest of his sick life.

  48. XLI says: Nov 3, 2010 10:57 AM

    Did T.O. give any reasons for their struggles this year? No, just threw some dirt on a former player who he has already helped trash previously.
    The lack of success of these drama queen WRs should be all you need to know.
    Cincy is 2-5 and in last place and these 2 ‘tards start up the TOcho Show?!?
    Many people actually like and respect McNabb, few people like and respect Owens… or Chad JOHNSON for that matter.

  49. Mike_in_Texas says: Nov 3, 2010 10:58 AM

    It Shows. T.O. Was right about McNabb all along.
    Maybe right about Garcia too.. who knows

  50. myeaglescantwin says: Nov 3, 2010 11:00 AM

    a cudgel is a short bat like stick..
    TO was right when he was in Philly. He called out 5 for missing open recievers and not seeing the field. Donovan LOST us that superbowl. We had the ball with 3 minutes left to get into field goal range. His lack of urgency was the epitome of his career. Was there ever another NFL QB who didnt know that you only get one overtime in the regular season.. OR that you can only get 3 timeouts per half.. JOKE
    the only reason he was released was the fact that the locker room agreed with him. It wasnt a “split” in the locker room.. it was split in what the players KNEW and what the coaches were willing to do.
    I just wish we had traded him when Garcia was still here. His value woulda been at least two 1st round picks.

  51. Mike_in_Texas says: Nov 3, 2010 11:00 AM

    atleast Jamarcus Russell had a few 2min. comebacks last yr.
    Wk1. Chargers
    Wk2. Chiefs
    Wk14. Broncos.
    They did lose wk1 to Chargers but Russell did his part and delivered the TD on 4th and Long. It was the defense that played Prevent and allowed Rivers to get a comeback in the seconds after..

  52. skinsblowpoles says: Nov 3, 2010 11:03 AM

    I love the bitter 4skin base. you make a comment and they jump down your throat. The reason why is they know they suck and mcchoke is going to leave them after this season. They have no long term plan again as they continue to waste draft picks and have no means to build a winner.
    bitter people lash out but it is understandable since they have been the laughing stock of the nfl for the last 20 plus yrs.

  53. atlantafalcon says: Nov 3, 2010 11:58 AM

    Typical T.O.
    “I don’t want to start anything, BUT…blah blah blah (say anything to start something).”
    I can’t wait for this guy to be out of the league, along with Moss and a few others.

  54. Panda_Claus says: Nov 3, 2010 12:06 PM

    As a Skins fan, this mess is dangerously close to totally blowing up. Going into a bye week no less, where the team can’t put this in the rear view for another week.
    For those that wished the Haynesworth drama would just go away, and it basically has, this has a chance to be far, far worse.
    McNabb said on the radio, ESPN980 in DC, that the chance of his returning to the Redskins next year was and is still 100%. To his credit he’s said all the right things, but it’s hard to think this will end well.
    But just about everyone said that about the Haynesworth saga too.

  55. XPatriate says: Nov 3, 2010 12:22 PM

    “I’m not the one who got tired in the Super Bowl.”
    Perhaps that’s because you didn’t play in the 4 or 5 games leading to the Super Bowl…”I’m just saying”
    TP7 – Kind of tough for Owens to play w/a broken leg. No?
    “I don’t want to start anything, BUT…” What’s the big deal? It was a story w/in the NFL this week. And it’s classic talk show strategy…host 1 takes 1 side (T O supports Shanahan) while co-host 2 supports the opposing view (85 – pro McNabb).
    It was certainly easier for T O to present the “#5 is out of shape” perspective based on his history. Having said that, Shanahan pulled a bonehead move. Grossman stinks! And doesn’t McNabb take the 2-minute reps in practice?

  56. Jangocat says: Nov 3, 2010 12:39 PM

    Ochocinco is right. There is NO way Rex Grossman gives you a better chance to win then McNabb in any situation ever.
    And the Eagles lost that Super Bowl because of Andy Reids inability to make adjustments in the second half, and his inability to manage his timeouts or the clock. We Eagles fans have seen these two shortcomings of Andy for more then a decade now.

  57. pjenk says: Nov 3, 2010 1:58 PM

    Let’s clear up a few things about Donovan McNabb and his detractors.
    – T.O. didn’t play in the playoff games leading up to the Superbowl XXXIX, Donovan did. Also, Donovan was the one throwing the passes to him to have the great game.
    – In Superbowl XXXIX and the 2009 NFC Championship game Donovan threw for 3 touchdowns each (despite not having a good Superbowl game), yet in each game the Eagles defense could not stop the WRs of the Patriots and Cardinals (despite having a long-time goal to hold the opposition to 17 points or less). This is no fluke, Plexico Burress owned the Eagles, and other big receivers and tight ends have had a field day on the Eagles secondary, even now (see Kenny Britt, Titans 225 yds/3 tds)
    – Philadelphia talk radio negativity, Donovan has smartly done very few interviews with any of them over the years. Consequently, they spin his words for a very gullible listening audience. Funny, they did the same thing to Randall Cunningham, and trashed Michael Vick until he started winning (they treat Ron Jaworski like a saint). Three ex-Eagle defensive/special teams players have been employed by WIP 610 Radio who have bashed Donovan regularly. You would think they didn’t play in the Superbowl (they did with no distinction – Patriots ran for 122 yds., Deion Branch was MVP, who?).
    – Redskins, where’s the running game? decent offensive line? younger, more talented, wide receivers?
    Finally, let’s remember about other QBs we’ve called great.
    John Elway – clearly would never have had Super Bowl wins without Terrell Davis
    Dan Marino – highly touted from University of Pittsburgh, as great as he was in Miami (the Marks brothers were not chopped liver as WRs), never won a Super Bowl
    Peyton Manning – great at Tennessee, never won a college championship; QB family legacy, great pro QB, shouldn’t he have more than one Super Bowl win to date? (by the way, he’s not on Tom Brady, Joe Montana, Terry Bradshaw level – 3 or more SB wins)
    Eagles Current QBs – must first match what Donovan has done before Philly fans start to compare. To be clear, I was born and raised in Philadelphia.
    Let’s watch beating up a man who has a good upbringing. Who doesn’t just shoot his mouth off disrespectfully. He’s always been a gentleman, strong community contributor, and positive NFL role model (by his behavior and actions, not what other people have said). I think it’s refreshing, other professional athletes should take note. I applaud him.

  58. AdamEagle5 says: Nov 3, 2010 4:08 PM

    hahahaha “there were rumors….”
    TO is the one who started those rumors!

  59. rickvaldez says: Nov 3, 2010 7:59 PM

    skinsblowpoles says:
    November 3, 2010 11:03 AM
    I love the bitter 4skin base. you make a comment and they jump down your throat.
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    I love that you changed your name from boysroll. Are you ashamed to let people know your a fan of that sorry ass team??? LMFAO. I’m sure as soon as they win another game you will be back posting about the SB again.

  60. canadiansaintsfan says: Nov 3, 2010 8:16 PM

    I have to say, that I am fed up with all these loud mouthed, big feeling, prima donnas, who think the sun rises and sets on them and who think they know it all.
    When it comes to the likes of T.O. and Moss and all these other “fungi” in sports, they should be eliminated from their game. I can’t believe that team owners want to sign these guys to be part of their team. Oh…..right……..team! TEAM……is a group of individuals contributing and playing TOGETHER to reach a common goal…….WIN!
    When are these guys going to realize that they are not the only ones in the locker room. If it weren’t for the contribution of their teammates, they would be nothing!

  61. canadiansaintsfan says: Nov 3, 2010 8:23 PM

    I have to say, that I am fed up with all these loud mouthed, big feeling, prima donnas, who think the sun rises and sets on them and who think they know it all.
    When it comes to the likes of T.O. and Moss and all these other “fungi” in sports, they should be eliminated from their game. I can’t believe that team owners want to sign these guys to be part of their team. Oh…..right……..team! TEAM……is a group of individuals contributing and playing TOGETHER to reach a common goal…….WIN!
    When are these guys going to realize that they are not the only ones in the locker room. If it weren’t for the contribution of their teammates, they would be nothing!

  62. Mustang67k says: Nov 4, 2010 10:57 AM

    “Well, I don’t really want to start anything, but I did play in the Super Bowl and there were rumors where he couldn’t get our two-minute offense going at the end of the game,” Owens said. “I’m just saying.”
    Mcnabb & the Eagles did get allthe way through the playoffs while t.o. was out applying his vagisil(injured), then lost the game while he was in.(and that the patriots were found to be cheating). I’m just saying

  63. Mooch says: Nov 4, 2010 2:15 PM

    Mustang,
    So the Eagles were better without T.O.?
    Interesting. Did you watch those games?

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