Aug 8, 2012; Renton, WA, USA; NFL: Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Terrell Owens (10) stands on the sideline during training camp practice at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center. Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

Terrell Owens says 'moral victories' is why he isn't in the NFL

It looks like Terrell Owens is still bitter about not being on an NFL team. During an appearance on ESPN’s SportsNation show he made some very direct comments about the Dallas Cowboys. In particular, Jerry Jones comment that the loss to the Denver Broncos was a moral victory.

From the Dallas Morning News:

“If you look at my stats, every team that I’ve played on, there hasn’t been a decline in my production. And every year from 35 they said I was too old, 36, 37. And then there are some games within those 35 years that I mentioned, I had some 200-yard games, which is astronomical if you ask me. Maybe all these GM’s are adopting the Jerry Jones way of life, maybe they’re going with moral victories. Maybe it’s not about championships anymore.”

It is an interesting comment coming from Terrell Owens who has a grand total of zero Super Bowl rings. Owens was considered by many to be a locker room cancer and a horrible teammate and that is why he isn’t on a team, not because of moral victories or championships.

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