Shuffle off to Buffalo: Terrell Owens signs with Bills 2 days a...

Terrell Owens needed only two days to find another place to play. The Buffalo Bills decided to take a chance on the talented but high-maintenance receiver, signing Owens to a $6.5 million, one-year deal ... Full Story
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Clueless Bills

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#1 Mar 8, 2009
Obviously, the Bills need more than just help on the field. It seems they can also use some guidance in player selection. They have chosen to ignore the fact that Owens is a cancer everywhere he goes - an egomaniac with great skills on the field, but an egomaniac, nonetheless. He will bring disruption and strife into the locker room, just as he's done with every team he's been with. And sure as rain, the disruption and strife will spill over to the sidelines and then onto the field, as he makes demands, confronts coaches and team-mates, throws temper tantrums and acts like the true a.z.z. that he is.
Good luck, Bills.... you're going to need a lot of it...
stinky

Hollywood, FL

#2 Mar 8, 2009
Buffalo? too funny. what a loser this guy has become that his only choice was to play for Buffalo of work for UPS.

T.O....congrats, you have become NFL's BIGGEST LOSER.
Welcome TO

Palm Beach Gardens, FL

#3 Mar 8, 2009
We coming to get you Dolphins, Jets & the Patriots. HEEHEEHEEE. See what you all have to say at the end of the season. HEEHEEHEEE
Cheap Stunts 4 d Deporate

AOL

#4 Mar 8, 2009
Buffalo is a joke. Another cheap lame gimmick from a franchise in decline. They want to play home games in Toronto because that's where their fans jobs are going.
FMM

Hollywood, FL

#5 Mar 8, 2009
Clueless Bills wrote:
Obviously, the Bills need more than just help on the field. It seems they can also use some guidance in player selection. They have chosen to ignore the fact that Owens is a cancer everywhere he goes - an egomaniac with great skills on the field, but an egomaniac, nonetheless. He will bring disruption and strife into the locker room, just as he's done with every team he's been with. And sure as rain, the disruption and strife will spill over to the sidelines and then onto the field, as he makes demands, confronts coaches and team-mates, throws temper tantrums and acts like the true a.z.z. that he is.
Good luck, Bills.... you're going to need a lot of it...
Ditto, this guy is a great player but a nasty individual. If only he could keep his mouth shut, and be a little more humble he would be fantastic. I fear for Buffalo this season.
Max

West Jefferson, NC

#6 Mar 8, 2009
P T Barnum - There's a sucker born every minute. Buffalo can kiss their rebuilding effort goodbye.
Jerry Jones

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#8 Mar 8, 2009
Dallas made a big mistake, how can you cut the best player on your team. Even if the guy was a paint in rear who cares, as long as he produces. If it wasn't for Owens Dallas would not be a contender in the NFL. One more thing Dallas will NOT make the play off this year with the receivers they have those guys aren't that good Dallas will FAIL.
Bills Fan

United States

#9 Mar 8, 2009
TO only becomes a cancer in the 2nd year. 1 year contract is great! Sry DolFans you just became 4th best in the division, HAHA biatch
greg z

Cortland, NY

#10 Mar 8, 2009
the bills have just been diagnosed as having a cancerous tumor. we must wait for the cancer to grow and spread which usually takes 1-2 years. this guy doesn't deserve all our attention. parcells couldn't wait to get away from that idiot. we employ team first guys that learned how to be a team without the "stars"!
perspective

Kissimmee, FL

#11 Mar 8, 2009
T.O. says everything being said in Dallas is all hearsay. Fine. I guess Jerry Jones is in the habit of wasting 9 million dollar bonuses for no reason then. As of this moment, Mr.Owens has no rings to stick in anyones face. And I doubt he'll get 1 in Buffalo. Game 6--- Owens says Edwards isn't throwing him the ball enough. Reality says--- he is being thrown to twice as much as anyone else on the team....he is just dropping alot of them. His excuse for dropping alot of them is....he tries for passes no one else will try for. Game 12--- Owens has a blow up with Jauron on the sideline. Jauron does nothing to discipline him in fear of being fired himself. No one on the team is willing to stand up to him. Bills lose game 12 and all remaining games. Miss playoffs...again. Stay tuned....T.O.'s reality T.V. show features T.O. doing situps in his driveway with Drew in the background saying "Next Question". And the beat goes on.
Max

West Jefferson, NC

#12 Mar 8, 2009
Jerry Jones wrote:
Dallas made a big mistake, how can you cut the best player on your team. Even if the guy was a paint in rear who cares, as long as he produces. If it wasn't for Owens Dallas would not be a contender in the NFL. One more thing Dallas will NOT make the play off this year with the receivers they have those guys aren't that good Dallas will FAIL.
Championships are won by teams, a concept absent from T.O.'s brain.
numb nutz

Atlanta, GA

#14 Mar 8, 2009
who in the heII would want to live in buffalo or play there.good luck up there with TO you morons.31 teams have said no way to TO ,yes even the chokeland faiders dont want that cancer and you bills fans are excited.wow.....and the one year signing,they must feel like they have a superbowl bound team to make that move hahaaahaaahhaaaahaahhaa
Dolfan_Cane for Life

United States

#15 Mar 8, 2009
Bills Fan wrote:
TO only becomes a cancer in the 2nd year. 1 year contract is great! Sry DolFans you just became 4th best in the division, HAHA biatch
See you in Toronto, beatch Boy I Love Losing Superbowls+ BILLS
Dolfan_Cane for Life

United States

#16 Mar 8, 2009
Biggest LOSERS in sports......Manny Ramirez, Terrel Owens and JET FAN. Better get ready for chemo Buffalo, you just got diagnosed with CANCER, good for you.
THOMAS BRENNAN

West Palm Beach, FL

#17 Mar 8, 2009
Let's see how long and how soon Terrel Owens get himself in trouble in Buffalo? He's a typical LOUD MOUTH, OBNOXIOUS and CHILDISH ape.
greg z

Cortland, NY

#18 Mar 8, 2009
i have heard that there was absolutely no interest from nfl teams in signing t.o. Drew and t.o. had to fly together to buffalo to get the only deal done before the bills woke up.
Jeff Garcia

Mandaluyong, Philippines

#19 Mar 8, 2009
He is 35 yrs.of age,any one ever seen Owens with a chick??? Could be he left his heart in San Fran.
Elsie

United States

#20 Mar 8, 2009
stinky wrote:
Buffalo? too funny. what a loser this guy has become that his only choice was to play for Buffalo of work for UPS.
T.O....congrats, you have become NFL's BIGGEST LOSER.
You should know, with a 4-time loser like Ricky Williams. He had to work for 'scale', while T O gets millions for just 1 season.
Jeff Garcia

Mandaluyong, Philippines

#21 Mar 8, 2009
Drew R.---T.O.you are going to Buffalo.----T.O.---Buffalo,whe re dat is?
Bill

Sumter, SC

#22 Mar 8, 2009
He'll come out of the gate with big plays, but soon revert to his habit of big mouthed, locker room chemistry destroying antics.

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