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  1. BillySims

    Why do people consider Terrell Owens so "talented?"

    When did I use the word, "is?"
  2. BillySims

    Why do people consider Terrell Owens so "talented?"

    Most drops-prone receiver in the NFL. One of the slowest WRs in football. Size isn't a talent. Routes were lousy.
  3. BillySims

    Why do people consider Terrell Owens so "talented?"

    16:38 "He's not gonna outrun a lot of guys" - John Madden. The only thing anyone has ever been impressed with about Owens is his size, and aside from being tall, that's 100% the result of him obsessively hitting the weight room. Where's the talent relative to his peers? I don't see it.
  4. BillySims

    Why do people consider Terrell Owens so "talented?"

    Why would you talk about that series? That isn't what they're talking about.
  5. BillySims

    Why do people consider Terrell Owens so "talented?"

    Huh? This is the series they were talking about: 1 10 PHI 6 Donovan McNabb pass complete to Todd Pinkston for 50 yards (tackle by Will Allen) 0 0 -0.380 2.650 1 11:05 1 10 NYG 44 Donovan McNabb pass incomplete intended for Brian Westbrook 0 0 2.650 2.110 1 10:58 2 10 NYG 44 Dorsey Levens left tackle for 2 yards (tackle by Norman Hand and Barrett Green) 0 0 2.110 1.690 1 10:23 3 8 NYG 42 Donovan McNabb pass incomplete intended for Terrell Owens 0 0 1.690 0.460 1 10:23 4 8 NYG 42 Dirk Johnson punts 33 yards, fair catch by Mark Jones
  6. BillySims

    Why do people consider Terrell Owens so "talented?"

    Except he didn't throw a TD. Pinkston never caught a 65 yard TD in his career. And in 2006, which was way closer to when the game took place than now, he said he tried to check it down to Westbrook and it was incomplete.
  7. BillySims

    Why do people consider Terrell Owens so "talented?"

    He never said anything about a "curl route" even in the podcast thing you linked to where he changed the story to something that never happened. You're utterly clueless.
  8. BillySims

    Why do people consider Terrell Owens so "talented?"

    Hahahaha. Uh, no. He then said, "and if I recall, we won that game." He's referring to the same thing he described in 2006 in the Michael Smith ESPN article I quoted from, except now he changed it to claiming he threw a 65-yard TD pass to Todd Pinkston that never happened. The game he was talking about was the 2nd game vs. the NY Giants. Owens also described it in his book. Looks like McNabb's brain cells are doing about as well as yours. Probably all the booze. He did get 2 DUIs in a span of a year, after all.
  9. BillySims

    Why do people consider Terrell Owens so "talented?"

    Pinkston never caught a 65 yard TD while Owens was on the team. McNabb himself said in 2006 that the pass was incomplete. Oops.
  10. BillySims

    Why do people consider Terrell Owens so "talented?"

    You've never worked with talented people whom you don't like on a personal level? Did you eat paint chips as a baby? Actually, it's apparent that you did, so the answer to that question is most likely, "no." Not many talented people working at McDonald's.
  11. BillySims

    Why do people consider Terrell Owens so "talented?"

    Uh, no. It's not. You have absolutely no clue what you're talking about. As I said in my last post - which somehow went over your head - Owens's answer to that question in Playboy came when they were no longer teammates. It's utterly irrelevant to what kind of teammate he was because the guy he was talking about WASN'T HIS TEAMMATE ANYMORE. Capiche? Stephen A. Smith is not Terrell Owens. No, there was no "curl route" story. There was a story of how Owens was wide open down field for a touchdown (not a curl route) and McNabb threw an INCOMPLETE PASS, and Owens came back to the huddle and went, "dude, you missed me," prompting McNabb telling him to "STFU." McNabb confirmed all of that. And you somehow think that story makes OWENS the bad guy? It's hilarious how you would call ME the "illiterate POS" who needs to "learn to use Google" when you can't get a single thing about this right. "It was wrote by Stephen A." "It was wrote"..."illiterate POS." And I never said all of his teammates liked him. But you're illiterate, so I guess the fact you can't comprehend what you read isn't all that surprising. I said his teammates said he was a great teammate. You can dislike a guy and still think he was a great teammate. There are numerous players on every team in the league who can't stand each other. Nobody is liked by everyone.
  12. BillySims

    Why do people consider Terrell Owens so "talented?"

    By the way, the one who alleged McNabb was a "company man" was Stephen A. Smith, not Terrell Owens. Just another of many examples of people attributing things to Owens that he never even said.
  13. BillySims

    Why do people consider Terrell Owens so "talented?"

    It was playful sideline banter that became a catch phrase thanks to NFL Films. Not surprised you're one of the people dumb enough to actually take that literally.
  14. BillySims

    Why do people consider Terrell Owens so "talented?"

    Yeah, he implied he thought the quarterback of another team was gay (which everyone was already joking about; Jeff Garcia was the Ricky Martin of the NFL). What does Owens implying he thought the Cleveland Browns' QB is gay have to do with anything? "He insinuated Romo and Witten were gay with each other." Show me a quote where he did that. You're so clueless it's hilarious. "He also said McNabb was a company man." Show me a quote where he said that. You're just making things up. How do you not realize this? Owens is out of the game because he failed to make the Seahawks' roster in 2012. The fact he lasted 15 years despite having so many flaws in his game really demonstrates how hilariously absurd your argument is. Kaepernick, Tebow, Manziel? Those are absolute garbage football players. If they were good players, they would be on a roster somewhere. Nobody wants them because they're not very good. No, he never griped at McNabb for not throwing a curl route when he hit another WR for a long TD. What on earth are you talking about? Are you a pathological liar? Because you literally just made that up. You're absolutely ridiculous. No, Owens's former teammates say he was a great teammate. The only one who ever said he wasn't a great teammate is the sports media, whose job it is to get lemmings like you to tune into their programs by covering contrived controversy. I'll bet you also read the National Enquirer and believe that. Barry Sanders, Steve Largent, D Butkus, Anthony Munoz...guess those guys all sucked, too, beacuse they didn't get rings. Meanwhile, Charles Haley - a guy who was a LEGENDARY locker room problem with severe bipolar disorder to he point where the 49ers traded him to a conference rival just to get him out of there - has 5 rings. Marvin Harrison...team player. Ha! The guy was caught on national TV ****ing at Peyton Manning about not getting the ball when they were up 21-0.
  15. BillySims

    Why do people consider Terrell Owens so "talented?"

    Jerry Rice had other talents. Hands, change-of-direction/routes. Owens had neither of those things. He had piss-poor hands and was a sloppy route runner. Also, Rice was 6'2." Same height as Owens. Owens is the biggest overachiever to ever play professional sports. The guys who build him up the most as some kind of "talent" do so in an effort to tear down his character. "Oh, he must be REALLY bad if teams don't want this GIFTED receiver. He could have been the greatest ever, but he's the worst person who ever lived!"