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T.O. Gone

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Well T.O. IS gone is it good or bad? 


Lets decide together, We know T.O. was a head ache. Tony Romo had stop and  think about where T.O. was every time he dropped back to pass the ball, instead of just looking for the open receiver in the progression.


And Let me tell you that makes Romo’s job twice as hard.

So from that stand point we will have to say YES.

Lets look at statistics;

Terrell Owens:

 

Season

Team

 

Receiving

Rushing

Fumbles

G

GS

Rec

Yds

Avg

Lng

TD

Att

Yds

Avg

Lng

TD

FUM

Lost

2008

Dallas Cowboys

16

16

69

1,052

15.2

75T

10

7

33

4.7

8

0

1

1

2007

Dallas Cowboys

15

15

81

1,355

16.7 p>

52T

15

1

5

5.0

5


0

2006

Dallas Cowboys

16

15

85

1,180

13.9

56T

13

His stats are not bad at all, in fact they are pretty good. But the know on T.O. was nevey his ability, it was his, well lets just be open and honest, HIS MOUTH.

Which flowed freely with crap from a bad attitude, the answer here is still YES the stats don’t out way the attitude.

His projected replacement??????

Miles Austin:

 


Season

Team

 

Receiving

Rushing

Fumbles

G

GS

Rec

Yds

Avg

Lng

TD

Att

Yds

Avg

Lng

TD

FUM

Lost

2008

Dallas Cowboys

12

0

13

278

21.4

63

3

>

1

0

2007

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16

0

5

76

15.2

35

0

2006

Dallas Cowboys

9

0

3

1

 

The statistics are not there, in fact it would be unfair to compare.  (I’m a poet and didn’t know it) The powers that be seem to think Austin can be the deep threat kind of in the way Alvin Harper was.

And Roy Williams can play the role of Michael Irvin.  Ok this is me getting down on both knees and bowing to the good lord above that they are right.

Roy E. Williams:

 

Season

Team

 

Receiving

Rushing

Fumbles

G

GS

Rec

Yds

Avg

Lng

TD

Att

Yds

Avg

Lng

TD

FUM

Lost

2008

Dallas Cowboys

10

7

19

198

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10.4

38

1

1

13

13.0

13 o:p>

0

2008

Detroit Lions

5

4

17

232

13.6

25

1

2007

Detroit Lions

12

12

64

838

13.1

91T

5

2

1

0.5

9

0

2

1

2006

Detroit Lions

16

16

82

1,310

16.0

60T

7

2

2

1.0

2

0

2

2

 

From Roy‘s stats he look like he can fill the role, if he can regain his 2006 numbers.

Jerry Jones and others seem to think he can. I for one think it will be a great move letting T.O. go so the rest of the team can do just that play as a team.

Let me know what you think.

  • Pierce34

    Nice work! I hope I’m not being a super Homer but I honestly think this offense has the ability to play some really good ball, and hopefully make a big jump from the previous seasons. So Long T.O. and hello to The real Roy Williams!