Well if you have watched the T.O. show it seems like he's matured a lot since he had the show, and having counseling and crazy cool best friends. Plus you have to remember people always exaggerate when they hear something about T.O. T.O. has never been in trouble with the league, he's not involved with pit bulls, he hasn't been charged with manslaughter, not involved with firearms, and any other situation that would get him suspended..
Look at the organizations he has been with. San Fransisco 49ers, Philadelphia Eagles, Dallas Cowboys, and the Buffalo Bills. Now when I think about whats been going on. I know exactly what Terrell Owens has been through. He wants to win, and listening to his interview at the ESPY's and The Lopez show, it sounds like to me he understands that he may not always win right away. He understands he needs to find an organization that he feels he can help, whether it's a young rebuilding team or powerhouse. So he starts in San Fransisco he had outstanding years, and they had good seasons. But they never got anywere, they kept losing. T.O. got to witness the Jerry Rice era. So he then decides to leave the 49ers to find a team that's winning and has a chance to go to the superbowl every year so he goes to Philadelphia, which I've done some research and I believe he may of wished he done something else.
So he goes to the Dallas Cowboys with that organization, now I understand its a huge business out there and everyone wants to win, and come on whether you hate or love the Cowboys your known, your a celeb, your a Dallas Cowboy! So I'm sure that was exciting for him. No disrespect to the Cowboys owner but his reputation isn't that great. As far as I'm concerned I rather have Mark Cuban as the owner of the Cowboys, than Jerry Jones. Now I just feel the Cowboys wasn't a good fit for Owens, but he had good seasons and he's always fun to watch. So he then heads to one of the three organizations(Browns, Bills, Lions) who are what the Patriots used to be, before they got sucessful. But it looks like to me he's matured a little and understands what he needs to do. So to me it just seems like the Oakland Raiders should be last on his list of teams he wants to go to. I personally don't think Terrell Owens, Al Davis, and Jason Campbell would be a good mix.
So my only thought was T.O. needs to break his own curse and come to an organization with youth, with new and upcoming talent and a good system that our coach has going on. I mean our team was so positive for going 1-15 last season. Everyone has committed themselves to the new system. I think T.O. would fit perfectly with the system. So for T.O.'s best of interest he would be smart if he signed with St. Louis. Now I'm a pretty hardcore Mizzou fan and saying this hurts my stomach because I'm not a big Sooners fan when it comes to conference play.... Sam Bradford is going to be a superstar, I guarantee it. I think T.O. should be a part of the superstars career. T.O. will probably either get doubled a lot, or people will underestimate his talents that some people believe are fading. He's just a kid at heart who wants to be a part of something great and ultimately win a Super Bowl ring. If he were to join St. Louis heres how our talent would look like. Stephen Jackson, Sam Bradford, Donny Avery, James Laurinaitis, Mardy Gillyard, Chris Hovan, Atogwe Oshiomogho, Jason Brown, Chris Long, and Terrell Owens. That sounds pretty good to me, don't you think? Steve Spagnuolo is a good coach, and he's kept this team intact with our learning year last year for a lot of our players. Bring in some hype to St. Louis. Let's be the greatest show on turf once more!