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Old 16 Mar 2004, 12:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Terrell Owens will get what he wanted all along. A settlement has been reached that will make T.O. property of the Eagles, who will have to compensate both the Ravens (a fifth-round pick) and the 49ers (defensive end Brandon Whiting).

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What a load of CRAP! This proves that management and ownership have let the player's unions run them over

Apparently, all you have to do is be a crybaby and you'll get your way.....maybe people all over the world should just throw a hissy fit.....it obviously gets what you want accomplished......
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Well this fucking sucks. The Eagles are looking pretty damn good.

But oeo, I think his situation is a bit different. His agent fucked him over. Just think if you were in his situation. You would be fighting that too.
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I hope he breaks his leg. I really do.
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But oeo, I think his situation is a bit different. His agent fucked him over. Just think if you were in his situation. You would be fighting that too.
so, fire the stupid agent....but be a man and fulfill your contractual obligations.....this ****** me off to no end.....

this is a rant day, so expect an AI thread any minute.....

freaking spoiled, overpaid, underworked crybaby millionaires that can't handle the fact they are making more money than they could ever spend can't handle someone being their superior so they cry to the media and threaten to sue if they don't get their way.....

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Well, philly can have the distraction and the dropped passes. Owens thinks he's a god, he's really just above average. He's not even close to being in Moss's league as far as talent and can't hold a candle to Rice when it comes to acomplishments or class.
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Woooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!

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heh.....I figured you'd be happy, McNabb.....he's a decent pickup for them.....however, wait until he starts crying about not getting the ball enough and the fans start booing every time he drops a pass (which is about ten times a game).....he'll try and backtrack and say he wanted to be a Raven all along.....stinking wuss.....
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The fans will never boo Terrell Owens, they had a rally outside the place where the hearing was saying how much everyone wanted Owens. Owens jerseys are on the market, evey philadelphia citizen is happy, here comes the SuperBowl. And i dont think T.O cares about if he gets the ball. Hes been quoted that he wants to play for a SuperBowl contender, its on his website. And the plus side of this deal is that hes going to be double teamed most of the time, which means Stinkston and Trash are going to have a fun time being a slot reciever with no SS of FS help. Owens is an amazing reciever, and the Bowl is comming to PHILLA!!!
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lmao. I'm going to save your post and show you in October how wrong you'll be. Philly has to have the worst fans in the NFL. They get down by like a feild goal and there all over McNabb. They will boo him. Just wait and see.
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here, take owens.

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Just as the so-called experts out there have taken to nonchalantly calling the 49ers an "elite" team, we are also hearing Terrell Owens being similarly overrated into the stratosphere of among the best wide receivers of the NFL -- if not the best -- in the minds of many.

"Owens is the best receiver in football today, a more powerful wideout than Jerry Rice ever was in a 49er uniform," gushes ESPN's Joe Theismann, a typical sentiment floating about the media.

Now, some of these guilty individuals are fantasy football guys, and to that end, we have no problem with them rating Owens highly or recommending that Roto owners draft him first for their leagues. Barring injury Owens will certainly continue to put up gaudy numbers. But does this mean Owens is the best receiver in football?

The danger for many is the cross over of fantasy football to reality. It must be clear that just because Owens puts up good looking stats, that doesn't mean he should by default be thought of as among the most talented receivers in the NFL. But alas, many ignorant "experts" make that mistake, as they have done with basically every 49er since 1981. Fact is that it is as true now as it was then, that the 49ers' individual statistics benefit from their "system" -- namely, catching a lot of cheesy 2-yard passes -- and padding their stats against bad opponents.

Owens is no exception. Like all things Niner, he is more hype than substance.

Reason #1 why Owens is overrated:
70% of Owens' receptions are caught within 10 yards of the line of scrimmage

Owens caught 93 passes, 65 of which were caught within 10 yards of the line of scrimmage (70%). Think about that -- 7 out of every 10 balls he caught was within 10 yards downfield. Pathetic. J.J. Stokes was slightly better, catching "only" 67% within 10 yards downfield. Tai Streets, the Niners' supposed "deep threat", caught 79% under 10 yards downfield. Is there any wonder why we refer to the 49ers as being a cheesy 2-yard pass offense?

Compare that to the Rams' wideouts Torry Holt and Isaac Bruce, at 51% and 44%, respectfully. Yes, more than half the time, the St. Louis wide receivers are attacking downfield beyond 10 yards, like wide receivers are supposed to do, a shining testament to the fact that the Rams run a legitimate, exciting, talent-based offensive system (which unfortunately also means higher risk).

In relating this to the discussion of the level of Owens' talent, in case you don't get it, the shorter the pass, the less risk, and the easier it is to complete. So when you consider the talent of Owens as a wide receiver, you have to consider the length of his attempts because -- bottom line -- if he's catching a bunch of short passes, he's not really proving anything except that he's good at catching a lot of easy passes.

For sane people, collecting a lot of junk is basically worthless, but for the Niner fans and the media, being good at catching easy passes is The Gold Standard. For years, Jerry Rice was the only wide receiver catching this sort of obscene short pass percentage, for which we of course lambasted him. And the Niner response? They ignored the dearth of quality in his receptions and asked, "Well, if it was so easy, why doesn't everyone do it?"

Fifteen years later, guess what? In a sad statement of today's NFL, we now have a boatload of other teams basing their offenses around the 2-yard dink, and other receivers are catching just as many cheesy short passes as Owens. We examined 67 receivers in the NFL that had more than 30 receptions and found that 19 had a "cheesy reception %" of at least 70%. Twenty-four more caught at least 60% of their receptions within10 yards downfield.

So almost everyone does do it now, which prompts the question, then, "Is a short pass necessarily 'cheesy?'" After all, most 49er fans and the media seem to think it is not. But if your definition of cheesy is "less risky and easier to catch than a longer pass", the answer is a resounding yes.

To reach this answer, in examining the top 67 NFL reception leaders, we also looked at another stat: receiver completion percentage. That is, the number of times the team attempted to throw to that receiver (according to Stats, Inc.) versus how many that receiver caught.

We then performed a regression comparison of the 67 receivers' short pass percentage to their completion percentage. What we found was a definite relationship: the higher percentage of short passes caught, the higher completion rate. For example, if a receiver caught 75% of passes within 10 yards of the line of scrimmage, your typical starting NFL receiver would be expected to catch 59% of the passes directed at him. A receiver with only a 50% short pass percentage can be expected to catch at only a 54% clip. Yes, the more short passes, the more easy it is to compile gaudy reception stats. Common sense, statistically proven.

Owens, of course, is among the pack of receivers catching the most easy passes, so how do we differentiate between their talent level? Well, we found that according to Stats, Inc., the 49ers attempted 155 passes to Owens and completed 93 (60%). This is just about what you would expect from your typical NFL receiver who catches 70% of his passes within 10 yards of the line of scrimmage -- his actual deviation from his expected success rate is 1.8%.

Compare that to the Rams receivers. The sure-handed Ricky Proehl was 15.6% better than expected. Isaac Bruce, 9.8% better, and Torry Holt was 7.1% better. In fact, Owens came in 28th place in terms of his expected completion percentage -- 27 receivers scored better than expected than Owens.

The take is that Owens catches pretty much what he should catch considering that so many of his passes are of the cheesy variety. If he was truly an "elite talent", one would expect him to catch much more than the expected amount. The fact that he doesn't is one piece of evidence in the overall pie proving that Owens is overrated.

Certainly, this is not a "scientific conclusion". We can already hear the whining that this analysis ignores too many factors. However, just about every ignored factor you can think of would actually work in Owens' favor. For example, it is obvious the Rams receivers benefit from Kurt Warner's accuracy in their reception success rate. But doesn't Owens have "MVP" Jeff Garcia throwing to him as well? Shouldn't Owens' score therefore be up there with the Rams receivers if he was as talented? Plus, the 49ers supposedly have the most "enlightened" system in the NFL and have been throwing 2-yard passes longer than anyone, which should also tend to make Owens' completion percentage higher. So considering those other factors that we've ignored, in our analysis, we've actually given him the benefit of the doubt -- Owens is actually overrated in our analysis here.

To sum up the point, by running his statistics versus the other receivers in the NFL, it is shown that Owens is nothing special. Lots of receivers notch lots of receptions when thrown a lot of short, easy to complete passes. Owens catches what is expected, others (specifically, 27 others) catch more than expected.

Reason #2: Owens drops more passes than almost every other receiver

Not only does Owens fail catch more passes than expected, but he also drops more balls than expected. 16.1% of Owens' incompletions were because he dropped the ball (again, drops according to Stats, Inc.). Of the 67 receivers we examined, only 12 had a worse drop rate. And he's supposed to be "elite"?

Reason #3 why Owens is overrated: 88% of his touchdowns were against teams with losing records

Of course, the Whiner fans and media are screaming by now that what makes Owens truly special is how dangerous and exciting he supposedly is with the ball. Well, given that all his "danger and excitement" didn't translate into leading the league in yards per catch, they then point to his NFL-leading 16 TD catches. While the 49er fans and media drool over Owens' gaudy TD total, again, the behind-the-scenes data clears the air on Owens' TDs:


TDs against teams under .500 (10 games): 14
TDs against teams .500 or better (6 games): 2



Can you guess how many TDs Owens had in their one playoff game? Zero, of course, because Green Bay was a good team, silly. Fact is, most of Owens' TDs were the result of broken down, bad coverage, or bad tackling -- all courtesy of the bad teams that always seem to populate the Niners' schedule.

We would be remiss, of course, if we failed to add the historic NFC West sheep factor to this discussion. As all Niner-haters know, being in the NFC West has always been a huge part of the 49er Problem as these bad teams have done the lion's share of vaulting the 49ers into the realms of the overrated. With Owens it is no exception. An eye-popping 10 of his TDs were courtesy of last year's NFC West sheep -- the Panthers, Saints and Falcons -- all losing teams who decided to lay down like dogs for the Niners' benefit, as usual.

Just in case this, on its own merits, doesn't convince the Whiner fans, let's compare Owens' TD breakdown to the second leading TD scorer, Marvin Harrison:


TDs against teams under .500 (4 games): 4
TDs against teams .500 or better (12 games): 11


And how do Rod Smith's 11 TDs break down?


TDs against teams under .500 (8 games): 5
TDs against teams .500 or better (8 games): 6


We could go on, but the point should be exceedingly clear. Not everyone pads their stats against crappy teams. Some receivers, notably the #2 and #3 ranked behind Owens on the TD list last year, performed just as well or even stepped it up against the better teams.

Being "dangerous with the ball" only against bad teams doesn't prove anything, and it certainly is no basis for arguing a receiver is the most talented or exciting in the league. A receiver who is being called "the best in the NFL" should perform consistently no matter what the competition. Owens does not. He virtually disappears against the better teams or even outright chokes (see: his costly drop against the Rams at home last year). Once again, another piece added to the conclusion that Owens is overrated.

Conclusion

Owens did not lead in the major statistical categories of receptions, yardage, or yards per catch. In our more in-depth analysis behind his number of receptions when compared to his "cheesy attempt %", he was exposed to be nothing special. In fact, many other receivers are more successful pass catchers when catching similarly distanced attempts, and have better hands as evidenced by lower drop rates. His one leading stat, touchdowns, is exposed as a sham when noting just two scores came against winning teams. Other receivers score more when it matters more.

For years, we at the NHS railed against Jerry Rice as the most overrated player in NFL history because of his huge percentage of short catches and meaningless TDs against pathetic opponents. We even took the time to compile our own statistics using game film to back our claims with actual evidence, since stats such as length of pass attempt weren't kept back then. Thankfully, today, the stats are kept freely for anyone to dig for the truth.

You would think that the "coincidence" that Owens has become the next "best ever" wide receiver would be transparent. Owens just happens to play in San Francisco, and just happens to be putting up the same stats like former "best ever" Rice -- so what's more logical? That they are both "best ever", or that the magical coincidence reveals both receivers are more hype than substance? You would think that the Bay Area, which considers itself intellectually superior to the rest of the world, would see the obvious -- since Owens is having the same success as Rice, obviously it is not the individual talent of these players, but rather the cheesy system, weak schedule, and other factors rather than talent contributing greatly to their gaudy statistics.

You would think. They don't.
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Philly fans booed Santa Claus on Christmas day.....they cheered when Michael Irvin was hurt.....they would boo Ric Flair, and I don't think that's possible to do.....

They'll boo T.O., and when they do he'll cry......he's a no good whining crybaby and I'm angry......
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Bears Safety Mike Brown on Terrell Owens:


"He's the most arrogant player in the NFL."
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How shitty is Owens?

Last season, Owens finally goes down with a broken collarbone. Sits on the bench yapping his ass off on his cell phone, while the niners do what? Go out without the overated ball dropping bitch and get their first road win all season. Against Philly no less. LMAO.
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here, I need some more attention from the Media......anybody got a Sharpie?......

somebody should've laid him out for that.....

and, I'll never forget the ball on the star in Dallas.....I'm not a Cowboys fan, but they should've put him in traction for that little episode.....

egotistical crybaby wannabe receiver that caused Jerry Rice, the greatest of all time, to leave the only team he ever played for.....

McNabb will be on the trading block next summer......
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Owens will quickly find out what kind of fans there are in Philly when he drops his first pass in the Linc. I'm not from Philly or Pittsburgh, but I am from Pennsylvania. So, know how Philly will treat him. BTW, I was cheering when the Eagles retired that Coke-Head Irvin. And I'm a Steelers fan.
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You're probably sitting there wishing you had a pic of my kids so you could Photoshop them onto something because that's all you can really do.

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Whatever. First of all, you don't have any depth of knowledge about any of that stuff, so you're just talking out of your ass. Secondly, you wouldn't be saying any of that shit if Barry Bonds wasn't some roided up freak who you're in love with.

It's fucking gay. I have better things to do than deal with someone who can't even debate a point, rather changes the subject again and again to deflect the fact that he's dead wrong. It's what dumbass 6th graders do...


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