Terrell Owens said all the right things when he was introduced to the media as the newest Dallas Cowboy on Saturday. He said he has put all his past issues with the Eagles and 49ers behind him. He told Jerry Jones he won't let him down.
While it might be hard to believe Owens, fantasy owners should treat him like he's telling the truth, at least for one season. In 2006, all his past problems won't matter. Owens wants to prove a lot, and it's going to show up in his numbers in a major way.
Owens wants to show he is no troublemaker, and that means fantasy players shouldn't be in danger of him missing any time. Owens wants to stick it to the Eagles when he's playing against them (twice a year) and when he's not. Owens wants to show he is worth all the money he demanded from Philadelphia, and he doesn't want Dallas to regret signing him. Ultimately, Owens wants to let the world know he is still the premier playmaker at his position.