Burger King has a couple of paragraphs about the Cowboys in his new Monday Morning QB column.
(Quick T.O. interlude: On a trip to Philadelphia Eagles headquarters recently, I ducked my head into the offensive team meeting room. My tour guide, an Eagles employee, pointed to a chair near the back of the room and said, "There's where T.O. slept for two years.'')
That last line is pretty funny. I don't think Eldorado will be sleeping with Parcells roaming the halls, but that's just my guess. Kudos to Burger King for understanding the Owens contract. I can't believe how many times I read someone saying the Cowboys over-paid. They essentially signed one of the best WR's in the game to three consecutive one-year deals at money equal to his talent. Smart play by Jerry, if Eldorado decides to just play football and shut up.
I'm chalking this one up to 'In Bill We Trust'. I'm hoping Parcells sees something in this kid that other coaches weren't getting out of him. I was kind of surprised at how quick we jumped on him in free agency and the raise we gave him over his previous contracts. But given that this is probably Tuna's last season, he must think Kosier can step right in and do the job or he probably would've just stuck with Larry Allen.