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Terrell Owens to the Bucs? (1 Viewer)

After thinking about this a little more, if this happened, this would skyrocket Simms FF value initially. However, after a few games TO would likely get frustrated with Simms, and this could end up ruining the young guy's career by shattering his confidence.It would be interesting though because Simms has that long ball strong arm.

 
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Tampa has set the tone on how to handle a ego-cancer like WR in the past. I think what they did to Keyshawn will set the tone for TO if he ends up there.Who ever ends up as his agent,(He has to fire Drew after this mess, my opinion) will make it very clear that this would be his last shot at millions. I am curious what kind of relationship he had with Childress in Philly, TO,K-Rob and Burleson in Minny would be really pretty!!!!!!!

 
I am curious what kind of relationship he had with Childress in Philly, TO,K-Rob and Burleson in Minny would be really pretty!!!!!!!
you mean the OC that he said u don't talk to me, i talk to u. i'm sure he'll do great with the vikings
 
Maybe after Simms doesn't get him the ball they can replace Simms with Rattay and it would just like he was in San Fran again.

 
WAHOOOOO GB another Owens thread :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: Anyone catch the score of the b-ball game in his driveway? I think he played God ie Reggie Bush so he probably got hammered, but just wondering.

 
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Didn't meshawn get kicked off this team for being a cancer? It doesn't make sense.
Agreed. McCardell couldn't get along either. Gruden doesn't have a very good track record with hothead recievers.
 
Didn't meshawn get kicked off this team for being a cancer?  It doesn't make sense.
Agreed. McCardell couldn't get along either. Gruden doesn't have a very good track record with hothead recievers.
I was thinking Gruden has an excellent track record with problem WRs.
 
Didn't meshawn get kicked off this team for being a cancer? It doesn't make sense.
This is the first thing that crossed my mind when I read the thread title.There's no way Gruden signs this guy. No way.

Besides the recievers were'nt a problem for the Bucs this year. Yes Clayton was a bust, but Galloway was a stud. With Clayton 100% healthy next year, this will be a very good recieving team without TO.

 
TO >>>>>>> MeShawn.And since Chucky handled having the likes of Sapp AND Keyshawn on his team at the same time, he could be the perfect solution for Tampa. Or he could shread the team to bits like he did in Philly. I don't think any team should be remotely interested in TO at this point, but if there was one team out there that would probably take a chance at him, it'd be Tampa. Since Oakland has TO-Lite in Randy Moss, I don't think they'll be interested, and Parcells has enough headaches to deal with in Mrs Terry Glenn and MeShawn.

 
Didn't meshawn get kicked off this team for being a cancer?  It doesn't make sense.
Agreed. McCardell couldn't get along either. Gruden doesn't have a very good track record with hothead recievers.
I was thinking Gruden has an excellent track record with problem WRs.
Link?
:confused: Really? Never heard of Keyshawn Johnson?
Is that the guy Gruden kicked off the team for being an #######?
 
Didn't meshawn get kicked off this team for being a cancer?  It doesn't make sense.
Agreed. McCardell couldn't get along either. Gruden doesn't have a very good track record with hothead recievers.
I was thinking Gruden has an excellent track record with problem WRs.
Link?
:confused: Really? Never heard of Keyshawn Johnson?
Is that the guy Gruden kicked off the team for being an #######?
Yes - sorry, I used the phrase "problem WR".
 
Didn't meshawn get kicked off this team for being a cancer?  It doesn't make sense.
Agreed. McCardell couldn't get along either. Gruden doesn't have a very good track record with hothead recievers.
I was thinking Gruden has an excellent track record with problem WRs.
Link?
:confused: Really? Never heard of Keyshawn Johnson?
Is that the guy Gruden kicked off the team for being an #######?
Yes - sorry, I used the phrase "problem WR".
I think you're missing my point."Problem WRs" tend to be shown the door rather quickly by Mr. Gruden. Therefore Mr. Owens would not stand too good a chance with him.

 
Didn't meshawn get kicked off this team for being a cancer?  It doesn't make sense.
Agreed. McCardell couldn't get along either. Gruden doesn't have a very good track record with hothead recievers.
I was thinking Gruden has an excellent track record with problem WRs.
Link?
:confused: Really? Never heard of Keyshawn Johnson?
Is that the guy Gruden kicked off the team for being an #######?
Yes - sorry, I used the phrase "problem WR".
I think you're missing my point."Problem WRs" tend to be shown the door rather quickly by Mr. Gruden. Therefore Mr. Owens would not stand too good a chance with him.
Yep, sorry. I did miss your point. When you said Gruden didn't have a good track record, I thought you were saying he was too tolerant of garbage behavior.
 
I am willing to bet ESPN will report 30 other teams this offseason T.O. may end up.

 
I think Simms has enough arm to get TO the ball. He has hit Galloway on a pile of long passes this season. And Gruden is a coach who will get the ball to TO.Assuming the Bucs even want him in the first place...

 
I think Tampa is a terrible fit. Yes, Galloway is old, but he is coming off one of his best seasons. And Michael Clayton's injury obviously effected him. He is a big time player when healthy, a young Rod Smith. Receiver is the least of their woories on offense (and you can throw in tight end - Alex Smith is going to be a good one), its inconsistency from the quarterback, who has zero pocket presence, and a pretty horrible O Line.

 
I think Tampa is a terrible fit.  Yes, Galloway is old, but he is coming off one of his best seasons.  And Michael Clayton's injury obviously effected him.  He is a big time player when healthy, a young Rod Smith.  Receiver is the least of their woories on offense (and you can throw in tight end - Alex Smith is going to be a good one), its inconsistency from the quarterback, who has zero pocket presence, and a pretty horrible O Line.
Actually without Clayton, receiver is a pretty sore spot. Skins just took away Galloway's deep presence today, completely limiting the offense. And you saw what Sheppard did in the end zone today -- a guy like TO doesn't drop that pass.Oline is very, very young -- they'll get better. Three of those guys were first-year starters.

This team needs another explosive offensive threat something fierce. TO would be perfect, but I'm not sure I want that nut on this team.

But whatever gets another Super Bowl.

 
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I think Tampa is a terrible fit.  Yes, Galloway is old, but he is coming off one of his best seasons.  And Michael Clayton's injury obviously effected him.  He is a big time player when healthy, a young Rod Smith.  Receiver is the least of their woories on offense (and you can throw in tight end - Alex Smith is going to be a good one), its inconsistency from the quarterback, who has zero pocket presence, and a pretty horrible O Line.
Actually without Clayton, receiver is a pretty sore spot. Skins just took away Galloway's deep presence today, completely limiting the offense. And you saw what Sheppard did in the end zone today -- a guy like TO doesn't drop that pass.Oline is very, very young -- they'll get better. Three of those guys were first-year starters.

This team needs another explosive offensive threat something fierce. TO would be perfect, but I'm not sure I want that nut on this team.

But whatever gets another Super Bowl.
What team really has the luxury to have 3 top receivers? Obviously losing Clayton hurt, but the money TO will demand, coupled with Clayton and Galloways salaries is just not worth it. The O Line is young, but I can't see how it will drastically improve. With young lineman, most of the problems are with assignments. The Bucs tackles were human turnstiles, they didn't move their feet at all when blocking. The Bucs should still be solid on defense, but unless that O Line is addressed, they are not getting far.
 
I think Tampa is a terrible fit.  Yes, Galloway is old, but he is coming off one of his best seasons.  And Michael Clayton's injury obviously effected him.  He is a big time player when healthy, a young Rod Smith.  Receiver is the least of their woories on offense (and you can throw in tight end - Alex Smith is going to be a good one), its inconsistency from the quarterback, who has zero pocket presence, and a pretty horrible O Line.
Actually without Clayton, receiver is a pretty sore spot. Skins just took away Galloway's deep presence today, completely limiting the offense. And you saw what Sheppard did in the end zone today -- a guy like TO doesn't drop that pass.Oline is very, very young -- they'll get better. Three of those guys were first-year starters.

This team needs another explosive offensive threat something fierce. TO would be perfect, but I'm not sure I want that nut on this team.

But whatever gets another Super Bowl.
What team really has the luxury to have 3 top receivers? Obviously losing Clayton hurt, but the money TO will demand, coupled with Clayton and Galloways salaries is just not worth it. The O Line is young, but I can't see how it will drastically improve. With young lineman, most of the problems are with assignments. The Bucs tackles were human turnstiles, they didn't move their feet at all when blocking. The Bucs should still be solid on defense, but unless that O Line is addressed, they are not getting far.
What do you mean you can't see how they will improve? Three of them were first-year starters, you don't think they'll get better as they play more? Based on the fact they were all young, were blockng for a rookie RB and basically a rookie QB, I thought they held up well.I agree three quality wideouts is a luxury, but this team needs a jolt offensively.

 
I think Tampa is a terrible fit.  Yes, Galloway is old, but he is coming off one of his best seasons.  And Michael Clayton's injury obviously effected him.  He is a big time player when healthy, a young Rod Smith.  Receiver is the least of their woories on offense (and you can throw in tight end - Alex Smith is going to be a good one), its inconsistency from the quarterback, who has zero pocket presence, and a pretty horrible O Line.
Actually without Clayton, receiver is a pretty sore spot. Skins just took away Galloway's deep presence today, completely limiting the offense. And you saw what Sheppard did in the end zone today -- a guy like TO doesn't drop that pass.Oline is very, very young -- they'll get better. Three of those guys were first-year starters.

This team needs another explosive offensive threat something fierce. TO would be perfect, but I'm not sure I want that nut on this team.

But whatever gets another Super Bowl.
What team really has the luxury to have 3 top receivers? Obviously losing Clayton hurt, but the money TO will demand, coupled with Clayton and Galloways salaries is just not worth it. The O Line is young, but I can't see how it will drastically improve. With young lineman, most of the problems are with assignments. The Bucs tackles were human turnstiles, they didn't move their feet at all when blocking. The Bucs should still be solid on defense, but unless that O Line is addressed, they are not getting far.
What do you mean you can't see how they will improve? Three of them were first-year starters, you don't think they'll get better as they play more? Based on the fact they were all young, were blockng for a rookie RB and basically a rookie QB, I thought they held up well.I agree three quality wideouts is a luxury, but this team needs a jolt offensively.
I was saying that just because they were first year starters does not mean they will improve to become adequate NFL lineman. Like I said, things like assignments can be improved with repetition, but how are they going to improve on having slow feet, and poor technique? The Bucs would be making a huge mistake if they didn't sign one free agent starter and draft a lineman with their 1st or 2nd round pick.
 
I think Tampa is a terrible fit.  Yes, Galloway is old, but he is coming off one of his best seasons.  And Michael Clayton's injury obviously effected him.  He is a big time player when healthy, a young Rod Smith.  Receiver is the least of their woories on offense (and you can throw in tight end - Alex Smith is going to be a good one), its inconsistency from the quarterback, who has zero pocket presence, and a pretty horrible O Line.
Actually without Clayton, receiver is a pretty sore spot. Skins just took away Galloway's deep presence today, completely limiting the offense. And you saw what Sheppard did in the end zone today -- a guy like TO doesn't drop that pass.Oline is very, very young -- they'll get better. Three of those guys were first-year starters.

This team needs another explosive offensive threat something fierce. TO would be perfect, but I'm not sure I want that nut on this team.

But whatever gets another Super Bowl.
What team really has the luxury to have 3 top receivers? Obviously losing Clayton hurt, but the money TO will demand, coupled with Clayton and Galloways salaries is just not worth it. The O Line is young, but I can't see how it will drastically improve. With young lineman, most of the problems are with assignments. The Bucs tackles were human turnstiles, they didn't move their feet at all when blocking. The Bucs should still be solid on defense, but unless that O Line is addressed, they are not getting far.
What do you mean you can't see how they will improve? Three of them were first-year starters, you don't think they'll get better as they play more? Based on the fact they were all young, were blockng for a rookie RB and basically a rookie QB, I thought they held up well.I agree three quality wideouts is a luxury, but this team needs a jolt offensively.
I was saying that just because they were first year starters does not mean they will improve to become adequate NFL lineman. Like I said, things like assignments can be improved with repetition, but how are they going to improve on having slow feet, and poor technique? The Bucs would be making a huge mistake if they didn't sign one free agent starter and draft a lineman with their 1st or 2nd round pick.
I dunno -- I thought Buenning and Mahan played pretty well this year, and Walker was damn near excellent. I imagine you're talking about Anthony Davis here, and you're correct -- he's pretty poor in pass blocking. Slow feet. But he's an absolute mauler when it comes to run blocking, and he's not protecting the QBs blind side now with Simms in there.

 
I think Tampa is a terrible fit. Yes, Galloway is old, but he is coming off one of his best seasons. And Michael Clayton's injury obviously effected him. He is a big time player when healthy, a young Rod Smith. Receiver is the least of their woories on offense (and you can throw in tight end - Alex Smith is going to be a good one), its inconsistency from the quarterback, who has zero pocket presence, and a pretty horrible O Line.
Actually without Clayton, receiver is a pretty sore spot. Skins just took away Galloway's deep presence today, completely limiting the offense. And you saw what Sheppard did in the end zone today -- a guy like TO doesn't drop that pass.Oline is very, very young -- they'll get better. Three of those guys were first-year starters.

This team needs another explosive offensive threat something fierce. TO would be perfect, but I'm not sure I want that nut on this team.

But whatever gets another Super Bowl.
What team really has the luxury to have 3 top receivers? Obviously losing Clayton hurt, but the money TO will demand, coupled with Clayton and Galloways salaries is just not worth it. The O Line is young, but I can't see how it will drastically improve. With young lineman, most of the problems are with assignments. The Bucs tackles were human turnstiles, they didn't move their feet at all when blocking. The Bucs should still be solid on defense, but unless that O Line is addressed, they are not getting far.
What do you mean you can't see how they will improve? Three of them were first-year starters, you don't think they'll get better as they play more? Based on the fact they were all young, were blockng for a rookie RB and basically a rookie QB, I thought they held up well.I agree three quality wideouts is a luxury, but this team needs a jolt offensively.
I was saying that just because they were first year starters does not mean they will improve to become adequate NFL lineman. Like I said, things like assignments can be improved with repetition, but how are they going to improve on having slow feet, and poor technique? The Bucs would be making a huge mistake if they didn't sign one free agent starter and draft a lineman with their 1st or 2nd round pick.
They made a huge mistake the last time they took OL in the first round (K Walker). So taking an o-lineman in the draft isn't always a sure thing. And free agency didn't really work out for them either, can you say Todd Steucie or Derrick Deese.

 
I think Tampa is a terrible fit.  Yes, Galloway is old, but he is coming off one of his best seasons.  And Michael Clayton's injury obviously effected him.  He is a big time player when healthy, a young Rod Smith.  Receiver is the least of their woories on offense (and you can throw in tight end - Alex Smith is going to be a good one), its inconsistency from the quarterback, who has zero pocket presence, and a pretty horrible O Line.
Actually without Clayton, receiver is a pretty sore spot. Skins just took away Galloway's deep presence today, completely limiting the offense. And you saw what Sheppard did in the end zone today -- a guy like TO doesn't drop that pass.Oline is very, very young -- they'll get better. Three of those guys were first-year starters.

This team needs another explosive offensive threat something fierce. TO would be perfect, but I'm not sure I want that nut on this team.

But whatever gets another Super Bowl.
:lmao: And so it begins JAA. You may be able to save a few bucks and contact Wood for your I :heart: TO shirt.
 
I am willing to bet ESPN will report 30 other teams this offseason T.O. may end up.
And there will be 30 other "our coach knows how to handle T.O." threads about it.
 
I think Tampa is a terrible fit.  Yes, Galloway is old, but he is coming off one of his best seasons.  And Michael Clayton's injury obviously effected him.  He is a big time player when healthy, a young Rod Smith.  Receiver is the least of their woories on offense (and you can throw in tight end - Alex Smith is going to be a good one), its inconsistency from the quarterback, who has zero pocket presence, and a pretty horrible O Line.
Actually without Clayton, receiver is a pretty sore spot. Skins just took away Galloway's deep presence today, completely limiting the offense. And you saw what Sheppard did in the end zone today -- a guy like TO doesn't drop that pass.Oline is very, very young -- they'll get better. Three of those guys were first-year starters.

This team needs another explosive offensive threat something fierce. TO would be perfect, but I'm not sure I want that nut on this team.

But whatever gets another Super Bowl.
:lmao: And so it begins JAA. You may be able to save a few bucks and contact Wood for your I :heart: TO shirt.
You'll never see me defend the guy for his off-field actions, just like I never defended Keyshawn for being a lunatic. But I have said many times how good of a WR that Key is, and TO is certainly better.Yeah I don't like the guy, but after seeing 34-year-old Galloway being triple-covered yesterday I'll take it.

 
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