So I'm watching ESPN First Take, and as usual my guys Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith are going at each other over various topics in the sports world. Then this topic comes up, there's a picture of Tom Brady working out with Danny Amendola, and yes, I did notice that the media completely ignored the fact that Ryan Tannehill said he had been working long before Brady, but that's the media for you.
Anyway, so while I'm rolling my eyes at the topic, I suddenly hear something I never expected. The topic was not about Amendola. No, instead the topic was based on the fact that a certain man was there with Brady and Amendola, catching passes...his name?
Is Terrell Owens. I was shocked and stunned when I heard that T.O. was working with Tom Brady, and my reaction was a conflicted one. We all know that T.O.'s legacy is one that will put him in the Hall of Fame sooner or later, his career numbers are off the charts and his ability to make plays has always been astounding. And even at age 39, he's in phenomenal shape and is quite honestly a freak of nature when it comes to conditioning, think of him as the LeBron James of the NFL.
But here's the thing that's conflicting...considering T.O.'s past both on and off the field, would playing with Tom Brady be a bad thing for us Dolphins fans? Or would it be a good thing because of the distraction that usually comes with Terrell Owens being on a team? Depending on how T.O. is feeling this year, being on the Patriots would either greatly improve the Patriots' receiver core, or he could do what he's done so many times before and be what his initials stand for...be a Team Obliterator...so what's your opinion Dolfans? Would T.O. as a Patriot be a good or a bad thing for the Dolphins?