When receiver Terrell Owens didn’t have a job, he was mending fences with his former Philly quarterback, Donovan McNabb.
Now that T.O. is gainfully employed, he’s back to bashing Donovan.
The first blow came two weeks ago, during the tree-falling-in-the-woods-doesn’t-make-much-of-a-sound T.Ocho Show, when Owens chided McNabb’s sluggishness in the final moments of Super Bowl XXXIX.
Now, as Robert Littal of BlackSportsOnline.com points out, T.O. has called out McNabb following Monday night’s 59-28 loss to their mutual former team.
“How do you justify a 78 million dollar contract w/this type of performance?” Owens said.
(Of course, the same thing could have been said about Owens’ $2 million contract, given his alligators-playing-two-hand-touch performance on Sunday.)
With Owens trying to extend his career by piecing together one-year deals from a series of teams he has yet to poison, statements like this won’t persuade franchises who have yet to experience T.O. to take a chance on an aging player who by all appearances is far more concerned about everyone’s play but his own.