- Jason Langendorf, ESPN Boxing
When Dallas signed WR Terrell Owens in the offseason, it was bound to be the biggest NFL story since well, since the last T.O. epic. But at the time, I believed the more important news for the Cowboys was their offensive line -- or more accurately, what they didn't do to beef up QB Drew Bledsoe's protection.
Now, I hate to have to say I told you so, but alright, who am I kidding? I love saying I told you so. Live for it, actually. I might have to wait a couple of weeks to utter the phrase, but patience is one of my rare virtues. I can wait.
The Cowboys are only a TD against an excellent Jacksonville team short from being a 2-0 team, you say? Bledsoe was sacked only twice in the first two games, you contend? Hogwash, I retort. (OK, so I don't say things like "hogwash" and never retort anything -- but you get the gist.)