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Sports Drama in Dallas

Wow….. can there be anymore drama in Dallas?

First of all, we all know the news about Terrell Owens. How he is supposedly angry with Romo because  he throws the ball to Jason Witten more than him, and has been criticized by the media overly. Then he claimed to be a “victim” and diligently denies having any problems with Romo. Then, he pleaded that they please forget his past with San Francisco 49ers and the Philadelphia Eagles, that he has turned over a new leaf in Dallas. In a nutshell, that is what he said.

Terrell Owens

Then, in a completely different sports world, coming off a 6-game suspension, Sean Avery has parted ways with the Dallas Stars. Now, I don’t know of any way the sports world in Dallas can get any crazier, unless something happens with the gelling Dallas Mavericks.

However, let’s speculate: can you tell me that no other wide receiver has complained about a QB? No. Now, can you tell me of any other wide receiver that has has received as much heat from the media? Again, the answer is no. Then why is the Owens drama so  crazy? First, let’s talk about the Sean Avery deal: there have been plenty of Hockey players that have been released by their team after being suspended. Again, so why is this deal getting so much attention? I’ll tell you why: the media loves giving heat to any Dallas sports players, especially ones with such checkered pasts as Owens and Avery.

So, that’s all I have for you.

Thanks for reading!


December 19, 2008 - Posted by | Uncategorized | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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