Pretty good article from ESPN Insider breaking down the Cowboys offseason moves (sub. req.). Occasionally, I read something that makes me really wish I had written it. So it was with the opening paragraph of this article:
That's about as accurate as it gets. Now, those drastic measures may not always turn out to be right, but at least they take them. Take, for instance, the signing of Owens, the man who desecrated the star; he of the divided locker rooms.
Despite all of our varied opinions of the Terrell Owens signing, and there were many opinions, there's one thing no one is debating: On the field, the guy is going to help us in a big way. With Owens, Terry Glenn, Jason Witten, Julius Jones and others ready to score the points, there's only one issue on offense.
So true - remember the first Philly game last year? That was a thing of beauty. The offense was an unstoppable machine in that game. Then next week Flozell goes down and it all starts to fall apart.
Lots of teams can score, but can they play defense?
So what's it all mean?