// Terrell Owens

Should the Patriots Sign Terrell Owens?

Former elite receiver turned reality star, Terrell Owens, is trying to revive his once prolific NFL career, and wants to play for who other than the Patriots. In an article featured in the Boston Globe on Wednesday titled, “Patriots should give Terrell Owens at least a look” by Gary Washburn, Washburn made a case as […]

What Terrell Owens and Randy Moss Taught Chad Ochocinco

The oft-maligned and rarely used Chad Ochocinco told the Boston Herald Saturday that he’s often spoken with former Patriot Randy Moss and former Bengal Terrell Owens during this transition year to the Patriot way of life. The move seemingly makes sense: all three players are what Ochocinco called “diva receivers;” Moss is a former Patriot […]

Say What: Could Terrell Owens Be a Good Fit for Patriots?

Could it be? Prior to the Patriots 38-20 beat down against the Philadelphia Eagles, Drew Rosenhaus was seen on the Patriots sideline. Earlier Sunday, Rosenhaus said that one team is very interested in his client — Terrell Owens. Is it a coincidence that Rosenhaus roamed the New England sideline? Or could Owens join the Patriots? […]

Video: Gary Payton on T.Ocho Show

There’s been a Gary Payton sighting! The former Celtic stopped by the T.Ocho show to chat about the Celtics, Doc Rivers, Randy Moss, and other topics. Despite winning a title with the Miami Heat, Payton’s allegiance my lie with Boston, as he still thinks the Celtics have the best chance to win in a seven-game […]

Fantasy Fast Forward: NFL Week 5

“Everything seems to have a way of evening out for me.” About 15 years ago now on “Seinfeld,” there was an episode when Jerry had everything evening out for him. He lost a comedy gig, then five minutes later he got another one instead. Elaine threw 20 bucks out the window from Jerry’s wallet, only […]

The Couch Potato Report: NFL, PGA, MLB, VMAs, and More Fun with Acronyms

For weeks, writing this article was a challenge. The summer months brought little in the ways of big sporting events, making it difficult to hype up a lackluster docket of weekend TV each and every Friday. But now… problem solved. The NFL kicks off its 2010 season this weekend, and I for one am here […]

AFC North Fantasy Preview

Into the second week of August we go, where NFL teams will all finally see action this coming weekend to open their preseason slate of meaningless games. We got our first taste of football season with Sunday night’s Hall of Fame game, which featured the Dallas Cowboys topping the AFC North’s defending divisional champs, the […]

The Couch Potato Report: Touchdowns, Tiger, and the first TJ

People call this time of year “the dog days of summer.” Looking back at the last few weekends of televised sports, I’d have to agree… there have been some definite dogs in there. But finally, this weekend, the best televised sport of them all returns to the air waves. I speak of course, about football. […]

The Couch Potato Report: Balls, Bikes, and Bad Reality Shows

After a brief vacation week last week, mostly spent failing to stay cool, I return with a vengeance this week to bring you a hearty helping of weekend TV picks in today’s edition of “The Couch Potato Report,” C.P.R. for your sports-lovin’ hearts. Well the World Cup is finally over, NHL and NBA free agency […]

T.O. To Play For New England?

During a recent media tour, free agent wide receiver Terrell Owens expressed interest in playing for the New England Patriots in 2010. T.O, in an effort to dispel misconceptions about past behavior, said he would be willing to take on less money and a smaller role with a championship contender, which would prove that he’s […]

NFL Free Agency is Anyone’s Game

This has been some NFL offseason. Well, not quite for Patriots fans. I mean, solving the Vince Wilfork issue was a big accomplishment, as they got their man in the middle, but now need to look for some complementary pieces. They might have missed out on some big name players, but there are more fish […]

Patriots and Bills Meet for a Winter Showdown

After dropping two games in a row, New England finally got into winning form last week over the Panthers. They are leading the AFC East by one game over New York and Miami. However, it’s the other division team the Patriots are now concerned with. The Buffalo Bills will not be in the playoffs this […]

Fantasy Football Report: Week 11

I hate my team in the SoB league. I wish I had my juggernaut offense from last season when I had Kurt Warner, Philip Rivers, and Michael Turner. I’ll tell you another thing, Ladell Betts screwed me over for the second week in a row. Last week, he had ankle problems and didn’t practice, so […]

High Five/Low Five – Week 6

The weather might be colder nowadays, but the fantasy football season is truly heating up! Also hot are my recent picks, as my “guru-nicity” and “expert-itude” are finally shining bright, after yet another successful week of fantasy prognosticating. Feast your eyes on my Week 5 results… Last Week’s High Five Donovan McNabb: 16 for 21 […]

Week 6: Start ‘Em/Sit ‘Em

Breaking up is the hardest thing to do. I just pulled out that cliché because it holds true in both real life and fantasy football. Over the years, I have learned that you do not win fantasy football leagues by holding onto big names waiting for them to start producing for you. I have found […]