July 28, 2010 Leave a comment
The Cincinnati Bengals have made their passing game a little more feared with the new addition of Terrell Owens.
Owens will reportedly sign a one-year contract that can possibly earn him $4 million and have him playing side-by-side with fellow all-star receiver Chad Ochocinco.
The Bengals had already been busy this off-season, acquiring receivers Matt Jones and Antonio Bryant and running backs Cedric Benson and Larry Johnson in hopes of returning to the playoffs this season.
The real question is if the two media hungry receivers can coexist on one field. Both are used to being the No. 1 option for their quarterback to look for in the clutch and this may cause unnecessary drama in Cincy.
The two rely on being the star and having the camera on them at all times but can they come together and share the spotlight for the better of the Bengals?
The Bengals front office seems to think so, the Cincinnati fans hope so, but this blogger is banking on “not a chance.”
Both will want the ball in the red zone and once the team fails to capitalize by trying to go to the other, the fireworks will be sure to follow.