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Let's talk T.O.


Chris D
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Alright, let's talk T.O. since the last play of the Bills/Pats game when he was standing near the sideline with his arms crossed instead of blocking wasn't mentioned much...

Does anyone else think that if T.O. came to a point in his career, like a few years ago when he first went to Dallas, or even when he was introduced in Philadelphia, that if he decided to man up and play some football and support his football team not only with his receiving abilities but also by blocking on running plays and passing plays alike that he would be considered a greater receiver? This guy has stats to show he's one of the best, but he's never really considered the best.

So that's my question, if he stepped up like Randy Moss has since he's been in New England, would he be considered even better than he is?

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