The AFC East just became the most interesting division in football

Terrell Owens wasn’t out of the league for a week, heck even a half a week and he signed a 1 year deal with the Buffalo Bills today.

First  off, it is a great signing for Buffalo because this team may just be the most troubled franchise in the NFL with rumors of the team moving to Toronto and ownership that at times just looks like they have given up. Couple that with the fact that they may just be the most boring team east of the Mississippi and they just may need a little craziness, well the crazy is served folks.

 Terrell Owens is going to be playing in the AFC for the first time in his career and in the same division as the Jets, Dolphins and the Patriots! This guy is guaranteed to be getting his block knocked off by three really good defenses 6 times a season for a team that will rely on him heavily. What else could the guy want at this point? He has proven himself to be a nut-case ego-maniac who needs to be the center of attention where ever he is so how great to go to a team that will rely on him as much as they are going to need to.  

 Now I don’t claim to be a Bills insider or am I a big fan of the team but I know what I see when I watch them play. They aren’t very exciting to watch right now and they don’t really seem to have much in the way of an idenity, and I know no one wants their team’s identity to rest in the hands of the single most poisonous player EVER! But, I will say that they just may need this and let’s face it, T.O. always has his best season his first year. So here is to the Bills making something happen and to rolling the dice on a complete head-case.

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  • Jim Sass

    Fair point on T.O.  The Bills are a up and coming team, with a great deep threat for the last 5years, Lee Evans, it’s like no one ever heard of this guy or mentions his name as a productive receiver in this media mogel world.  Lynch is one of the best and has some off the field issues, many players do.  TO just tells it in a way to piss people off, but his production is the stat he relies on most.  We have the most exciting special teams, a exciting runnerback tandam, Defensive players, Aaron Schobel, T McGee, etc.  that among the best.  I do watch every game here in Austin,TX and see the ability this team brings, and it is exciting.  I disagree with your observations as not as exciting team to watch, define exciting in your own words to help us understand your meaning of the Bills not an exciting team.  Write back if you like.

  • http://justblogbaby.com/ Chris Shellcroft

    Just last week you welcomed Derrick Ward to the NFC  South – home of the best running games in the NFL. Well, now the AFC East has become the home of the biggest head case receivers in the NFL. Yup, Moss and Owens have egos big enough to fill the Orange Dome in Syracuse alone.

    Let’s just say that Favre ended his career in the AFC East and now Owens is following. The AFC East is becoming the Seattle of the NFL, its the career suicide capital of pro football.

    Nice post, we’re all paying attention to Buffalo now!

  • The Dirty Bird

    I really think I meant exciting in a context of no really big players or stories really surrounding the franchise. Lee Evans is a great player and Marshawn Lynch is kind of an idiot for getting in trouble kind of a lot.

     Buffalo is a mid level market team that will get some much needed media spotlight this season, I just hope Trent Edwards plays well but I am rooting for them.