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    Re: T-HO weighs in on the Parcells retirement

    What could possibly make you say the media or anybody else hates him? Oh yeah, I looked back up at the thread title.
    Wait, if there's cat food in this bag............................
    I HAVE TO CHECK ON JOLLY!!!!

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    Re: T-HO weighs in on the Parcells retirement

    POSTED 10:57 a.m. EST, January 23, 2007

    OWENS SHOWS HIS jiggly butt, AGAIN
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    Cowboys receiver Terrell Owens is taking some shots at his most recent former coach, in yet the latest example of Owens' ability to find reasons to blame others for anything in his life that didn't go as well as it could have.

    "I am just hoping [Bill Parcells'] retirement brings promise to what the team has to offer," Owens said, according to the Ft. Worth Star Telegram.
    "This past year was a big letdown.
    On paper we were as good as anybody we played against every week.
    The end result didn't show that.
    Our play was not indicative of what we could have done.
    What we should have done.
    Hopefully, the owner will hire a coach to take the team to the next level."

    Yeah, T.O.
    It was the Tuna's fault that you dropped all those passes, including that wide-open touchdown against the Redskins that helped turn a victory into a defeat.

    But, of course, that kind of stuff didn't matter.
    Tuna was too "old school."

    "Coming into this season and this situation, I wanted to be positive," Owens said. "When I talked to him for the first time we left an impression on each other.
    I still think he is a great guy.
    But he is like my grandmother.
    You love the person, but they are stuck in their old-school ways.
    You can't move them from their way of thought."

    Owens' position would be more persuasive if, you know, Parcells wasn't the coach when Owens chose to sign with the Cowboys.
    And, as of the middle of June, he was extremely upbeat about the old-school coach whose style and demeanor should have obvious to anyone with an ounce of sense.
    But yet there was Owens on ESPN, beaming in his responses to softball questions from Michael Irvin like, "How important is it to have a coach like Bill Parcells, for you?"

    Of course, none of that matters anymore.
    Owens likely will remain a Cowboy, and owner Jerry Jones won't have to admit to the world that he screwed up by signing the guy whom no one else wanted.
    And now Jones and Owens can go back to doing whatever it is that they, um, do.

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    Re: T-HO weighs in on the Parcells retirement

    hahaha nice pic at the end
    Wait, if there's cat food in this bag............................
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