T.O. started his weekly radio show today by saying he wanted to be referred to as Javier because he is in the witness protection program. Let's recap:
1.) Terrell Owens was on ESPN last night (video available at ESPN Motion), pissed at the Eagles for not recognizing his 100th career touchdown. Says Eagles claim to be a classy organization.
2.) ESPN-nobody-analyst asks T.O. his thought on Michael Irvin's feelings that the Eagles would be 8-0 if Brett Favre was the Eagles QB.
3.) T.O. agrees with that assessment. Notes that "A number of commentators will say he's(Favre) a warrior,
he's played with injuries. I feel like him being knowledgeable about
the quarterback position, I feel like we'd probably be in a better
So basically he has no respect for McNabb, feels Donovan is not a warrior and is not knowledgeable about the quarterback position??!?
4.) T.O. issues apology which Andy Reid forced him to do. Rumor has it Terrell's people came up with a written apology. Terrell read parts of this apology to the media, but didn't read the part which apologized to McNabb specifically.
"I've had an opportunity to talk with the Eagles organization and I have
learned that the team does not recognize individual achievements,"
Owens said in a prepared statement. "It has been brought to my
attention that I have offended the organization and my teammates.
Therefore, I would like to apologize for any derogatory comments toward
Hollis Thomas' take: "If i was Don, I'd probably want to sock him in his chops."
BDawk suposedly confronted T.O. in the locker room, T.O. showed him a transcript of the interview (in which T.O. was apparently taken out of context), and all was smoothed over.
Andy Reid was asked "Would you suspend T.O.?" Andy's response, "We'll see how things go. Right now that's between me and T.O."
Also of note as reported on Daily News Live is the fact that the Eagles recognized Andy Reid's achievement of becoming the winningest coach in Eagles history last year.
I wouldn't be surprised if this is the end of the line for Mr. Owens in an Eagles uniform. He could get suspended for a few games or could get the Keyshawn treatment. I'm not entertained anymore by all of T.O.'s B.S.
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Carson Wentz is in his second NFL season, but he could already be on his way to his first MVP award.
At least, he's now the favorite.
The Eagles' starting quarterback is now the favorite to win this year's NFL MVP award, according to Bovada. Wentz is just ahead of Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith.
Here's the top five:
1. Carson Wentz: +175
2. Alex Smith: +200
3. Tom Brady: +400
4. DeShaun Watson: +1,000
5. Russell Wilson: +1,200
Basically, this means that a $100 futures bet would win $175. Since Wentz pays out the least, he's the favorite.
It's no surprise Wentz and Smith are atop this list. They have both led their teams to 5-1 records (tops in the NFL) through six games.
Wentz has completed 60.9 percent of his passes for 1,584 yards, 13 touchdowns, three interceptions and a passer rating of 99.6. He's well on his way to becoming the first Eagles quarterback to throw for 4,000 yards in a season.
The last (and only) Eagles player to win an MVP came during the 1960 championship season, when quarterback Norm Van Brocklin took the award.
The last player to win the MVP award in his second NFL season was Kurt Warner in 1999. But Warner had a long road to get to the NFL and was 28 years old in 1999. Wentz is just 24.
Vegas isn't alone with the Wentz hype. According to Dick's Sporting Goods, the Eagles' quarterback has the best-selling jersey of all NFL players. In another few months, those people might have the jersey of an MVP winner.