4 Reasons Why T.O. To Buffalo Is A Terrible Move

So, that didn’t take long. Terrell Owens, fresh off being released by the Dallas Cowboys, has signed a one-year, $6.5 million contract with the Buffalo Bills. Perhaps it was a willingness to prove that Drew Rosenhaus wasn’t just making things up when he told reporters a few days ago that multiple teams were interested in Owens, but we can’t help but think that this move was, well, just a bit premature.

Jerry Jones Terrell Owens
(”Ha, ha! I’m going to enjoy sending you off to NFL Hell.” “What’s that, Jerry?” “Hmm? Oh, I was just clearing my throat.”)

1. Owens will eat Trent Edwards alive by November. Here are the starting quarterbacks that T.O. has played for in his career (injury backups excepted): Steve Young, Jeff Garcia, Donovan McNabb, Drew Bledsoe, and Tony Romo. The only ones with whom things didn’t end poorly were Young and Bledsoe, and that was probably because their starting careers effectively ended before Owens could do much with that team; their replacements had to put up with much worse. Further, those five are pretty darned good quarterbacks in their own right. Young, McNabb, and Bledsoe will all probably make the hall of fame, while Garcia and Romo were both above-average QBs last season. Trent Edwards, on the other hand, passed for fewer than one touchdown per game (11 in 14 games) last season and committed 15 turnovers. Whether he’s got the stature in Owens’ eyes to command respect… okay, he just probably doesn’t. The fireworks won’t wait long when the passes start sailing over Owens’ head.

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Cardinals Turn Trent Edwards Into Kimbo Slice

What a difference a week made for the Cardinals. One week after getting blown out by the Jets and having receiver Anquan Boldin get knocked silly at the end of the game, Arizona turned the tables and was the one putting the hurt on their opponents, in this case handing the Buffalo Bills a 41-17 defeat.

Trent Edwards KOed

And I mean that they put the hurt on the Bills literally: Buffalo QB Trent Edwards was knocked out of the game on the team’s third play of the series after a hard hit by Cardinals safety Adrian Wilson. The God of concussions can take away and he can give, too.

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