As I predicted, the second half of the interview by Deion Sanders of Terrell Owens was uneventful. Owens made all of his scathing statements in the first interview, and well, he hasn’t convinced me he is right.
Terrell Owens excelled with this offense last year, having one of his best career years. Deion points this out when Owens blames the Jason Garrett’s playbook as the reason he hasn’t had one 100-yard game so far this year and might have his worst year in his career by productivity alone. Owens’ excuse was that opposing teams have had all summer to study the Cowboys game plan, and that is why the routes are not opening up.
Hogwash. It’s wrong. It’s not convincing, and it’s selfish. Owens just isn’t the same player. He cannot break out of his routes like he used to. He isn’t shaking the cornerbacks at the line of scrimmage. And he still drops a lot of passes, some key passes that were needed to keep a drive alive.
Deion made the funny statement that the Cowboys fans are wondering why the team is not getting him the ball. Oh really? We watch the games every week, and we see just abotu every week the Cowboys give Owens the ball or throw to him more than anyone on the team. It’s a matter of fact–Bevomav will do the stats to prove it.
Every network loves to get an interview with Owens and stir the pot because they all would love to see the Cowboys fail. It is just unfortunate Owens always falls for the bait.