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    Re:The next stop for Terrell Owens

    jmcdon00 wrote:
    I don't think a team as disfunctional as the Bengals would be a good fit.
    I think the Titans or Patriots would be better fits, the Patriots being the team I think would have the best chance of making it work.
    Not a good fit for who? TO doesn't care and bengals are idiots. He fits in perfectly
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    Re:The next stop for Terrell Owens

    nobody wants his attitude. MAYBE the bengals. jax, titans, or jets if they were smart. maybe ther rams, bucs,or brownies out of desperation.
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    Re:The next stop for Terrell Owens

    Marrdro wrote:
    Teams that I am tracking that need WR help this year.....

    Rams
    Detroit
    Tampa
    Cleveland
    Buffaloo
    Jax
    Miami
    Titans
    Bengals
    Pats
    Ravens
    Jets

    You can automatically scratch the following:
    Bills - Hell they would keep him if they thought he could help
    Miami - Parcells isn't going down that path
    Cleveland - Holmgren isn't going down that path
    Rams - They are in full blown rebuilding mode.
    Detroit - A year ahead of the Rams, but I don't think they are ready to take on Chad.
    Tampa - Young HC, wouldn't be able to deal with his tude.
    Pats - Could you imagine Randy and TO on the same team?

    Who does that leave

    Jax - Possibly. They did resign our favorite WR who drops balls all the time. Troy and Chad would make that team the leader in dropped balls.
    Titans - I actually think this is a good fit. Young emerging QB. Nice running game. HC that can deal with his tude. Owner willing to take risks.
    Bengals - Same idea as the Titans, except, you need to get Carson some help. Unlike the Pats, I can imagine Chad and TO co-existing.
    Ravens - They have been trying to find targets for thier young QB to the point of bringing Mason back.
    Jets - Another HC that I think could deal with him and he would be a great target for the young QB.

    My guess, Bengals or Titans.
    Interesting analysis, but aren't we talking about T.O.?

    I think the most likely spots are TN and Chicago. I don't know how T.O. and VY would get along, but it could be interesting.

    Cutler needs somebody besides Chester Taylor to throw to and Lovie has got to be paranoid about losing his job after this season. They may be willing to risk a little divastraction if it means a few more wins in 2010.
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    Re:The next stop for Terrell Owens

    I've heard the Raiders being mentioned and looking back at some of their FA moves I wouldn't rule it out.

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    Re:The next stop for Terrell Owens

    I would go for the Jets...

    The TO signing will probably not happen until after Camp starts. There are a lot of WRs in the draft and I think most teams would rather see if they can make a fortuitous draft pick than commit to TO.

    I think TO would make an interesting add to the Vikes if:

    1. He stayed under the radar - (No reality TV)
    2. He played hard when in game
    3. He didn't pout about being WR3/4
    4. An incentive laden contract
    5. Keep the ability to Cut TO at anytime without any guaranteed money

    Face it, if this dude wants to play he could probably still be very effective.

    I think he would play hard for Favre as long as he saw the ball 5 or 6 times a game. I don't know if he would commit to blocking so he would only see 3rd down and long type situations. Maybe not a bad thing opposite of Rice.
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    Re:The next stop for Terrell Owens

    #3/4? NOt a chance.

    He'd be #2 here easy. He's an outside guy, not reallya slot receiver. having said that, he can make all the catches (you know what I mean) He's better than Berrian by far, and Harvin can still play the slot like last year. It would be a dirty lineup, Rice, Owens, Harvin, Berrian, Lewis

    Having said that, it will never happen.

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    Re:The next stop for Terrell Owens

    he has lost a step but he still can easily be a #2. he needs to go to a team that has a vertical game like the raiders,steelers,broncos,giants,bears,lions,
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    Re:The next stop for Terrell Owens

    hoytlakesviking wrote:
    he has lost a step but he still can easily be a #2. he needs to go to a team that has a vertical game like the raiders,steelers,broncos,giants,bears,lions,
    None of those teams are a vertical team.
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    Re:The next stop for Terrell Owens

    gregair13 wrote:
    hoytlakesviking wrote:
    he has lost a step but he still can easily be a #2. he needs to go to a team that has a vertical game like the raiders,steelers,broncos,giants,bears,lions,
    None of those teams are a vertical team.
    The Raiders and Lions are practically horizontal. :laugh:

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    Re:The next stop for Terrell Owens

    scottishvike wrote:
    gregair13 wrote:
    hoytlakesviking wrote:
    he has lost a step but he still can easily be a #2. he needs to go to a team that has a vertical game like the raiders,steelers,broncos,giants,bears,lions,
    None of those teams are a vertical team.
    The Raiders and Lions are practically horizontal. :laugh:
    The Lions will be more of a vertical team this year. Burleson had to settle for the short passing game but he can go downfield too.

    The Raiders, well, they already have the receivers, they need a Quarterback and Oline.
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