Terrell Owens and His Cold-Weather Issues: Why He’ll Be a Non-Factor in Buffalo

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Published: March 22, 2009


... >compiled some interesting statistics on the Bills' latest acquisition and how he performs when it's freezing outside.

While Owens can still be a premier receiver in the NFL, he's been unreliable when the temperature drops.

Tim Graham writes, "In six career games with the game-time temperature at 35 degrees or below, Owens' teams went 1-5. He averaged 3.5 receptions for 52.0 yards and 0.33 touchdowns. In two playoff losses, he averaged two catches for 20 yards."

It feels like the cold-weather Favre reports all over again. Thank goodness it's not at the Jets' expense this time around.

I was among the few who didn't blink when the Bills signed Owens. Graham's work makes me even more confident that he won't be the difference maker in Buffalo.

I thought Lee Evans and Roscoe Parrish were doing just fine on their own as their receivers.

The Bills needed linemen, a smarter offensive strategy, and for ...

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