Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Couldn't Go the Whole Season, Could You T.O.

We thought that the great Terrell Owens could make it through a whole season keeping his mouth shut. We were wrong. T.O. called out ESPN analyst and fellow loud mouth Keyshawn Johnson in the Dallas Morning News. It was vintage form for the man who coined the phrase "I love me some me."

On Johnson: "I'm probably the reason he's in the booth now. He's going to be a hater and throw me under the bus because he has to defend Bill. He won a Super Bowl and all, but you'd have to check the roster to know he was even on the team. We came out in the same year. He was a first-rounder and I was a third. Go compare our stats. He couldn't come down here now and be a third or fourth receiver on this team. Just compare our stats. Here’s a guy, writes the book, ‘Give Me the Damn Ball,’ and he has 106 catches and one touchdown, and that was off a tipped pass. I’ll never do that in my career. He can hate all he wants to."

More on Keyshawn and his ESPN cohorts: "Those guys are probably talking about me, chopping it up, drinking coffee, They can have their little pity party and talk about me all day long. It doesn't bother me. There's a lot of people on the ESPN panel and across the country that has observed what has happened this year versus last year. And there's a lot of people that just don't want to give credit for what Wade has done and what wasn't done last year. That's it. I'm not trying to be negative."

On Bill Parcells: "It's not a matter of me giving or not giving Bill credit. Everybody wants to make a big deal, that this is the team he built. It doesn't matter. ... My thing is give credit to Wade. The difference between Wade and Parcells is this: Parcells, he didn't use me as a playmaker; Wade, he got the staff, and that's what I'm being used as. Plain and simple, without trying to be negative or anything. I'm being used as a playmaker, and as I said, the proof is in the pudding."

T.O. Fires Back at Keyshawn - Albert Breer, Dallas Morning News

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