If I Had One Wish It Would Be To Do Away With ESPN

I hate ESPN. I hate the network with a passion. I hate Stewart Scott. I hate Ed Werder. I hate that really geeky guy who thinks he knows so much about football. Chris Berman is annoying. I could go on and on and on.

But what I hate most about ESPN is how every year, and I MEAN EVERY YEAR, they develop these bogus stories to try to ruin the Dallas Cowboys season.

Think I am just being a baby? Read this and then tell me how this network is not a joke. Terrell Owens is jealous of Tony Romo’s friendship with Jason Witten? Are they serious? Is this a serious piece of journalism by Ed Werder et al?

I read the entire article and came to the conclusion that comments were taken out of context, different conversations were meshed together to make it seem like it was all the same subject, and really this entire hoopla is a bunch of nothing.

Matt Mosley, who is usually more right on, reports here that Owens, Patrick Crayton and Roy Williams requested a meeting with offensive coordinator Jason Garrett. The report, first in the Fort-Worth newspaper, says that the three receivers were concerned Romo is favoring Witten in the passing game.

But now ESPN is using these “reports” as an opportunity to make comparisons to Owens’ breakdowns in San Fransisco and Philadelphia.

The whole entire episode is troubling because it is not being reported right. ESPN makes Terrell Owens come off as a paranoid emotionally imbalanced football player and makes it seem like the team is divided because of alleged, without any bit of proof, secret meetings between Romo and Witten.

It’s flipping insane!

Topics: Dallas Cowboys, Jason Witten, Terrell Owens, Terrell Owens Jealous, Tony Romo, Tony Romo And Jason Witten

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