Will Owens return to form?

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Many National Football League experts thought that Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Terrell Owens is not the receiver he nearly was after last season with the Buffalo Bills.

So, the question is will Owens return to his previous form?

The fact of the matte Owens’ numbers were low not due to declining skills on his part, but rather a pooly put together offense that had it offensive coordinator fired right before the start of the season.

In the end, Owens isn’t a spring chicken anymore, but he takes care of his body and that should translate to over 50 catches and over 1,000 yards receiving.

Don’t get too excited Patriot fans

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The Boston Herald, via Pro Football Talk, reported that New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady spent his day off golfing with owner Robert Craft.

Patriots fans shouldn’t get too excited about the news.

The fact of the matter is that the Patriots have yet to enter in serious contract talks with Brady’s agent.

Usually, when those start and a impase occurs usually things start turning ugly.

What people need to remeber is that head coach Bill Belichick has significant power within the Patriots and if he feels like its time for Brady to go it is going to happen.

To be honest I am surprised it hasn’t happened when Matt Cassel steped in for Brady when he tore his knee.

I’m the end, if Bret Farve can be traded anyone can.

It’s time for Spiller to show why the Bills drafted him

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Many people were shocked when the Buffalo Bills took running back CJ Spiller in this past April’s National Football League Draft.

With what is being reported by NFL Network’s Jason La Canfora it is going to be time for Spiller to show why the Bills drafted him.

According to La Canfora, via Pro Football Talk, Spiller will be integrated into the starting offense this upcoming week.

There was no specific date, but with the news coming out today I am assuming that it will start on Monday with it being a new week and the team having off today.

I wrote previously that the Bills will most likely have formations where there is Spiller and another running back on the field and I think that is still the case.  So, it will be interesting to see how Gailey will utilize him in addition to special team duties.

Spiller and the rest of the running backs will all see a lot of action as Gailey has stated that in the past he had to use one running back as a work horse cause of the fact that he didn’t have another running back with the same talent level as the starter.

However, with the Bills having three solid running backs he has stated that he will utilize all three, and not rely on just one.

If there is one position that will benefit from Spiller is the quarterbacks as anything other than a cornerback will be a mismatch, which means an easy go to target and should open the offense as teams will have to eventually take coverage away from one of the wide receivers.

In the end, hopefully this will be the start of the Bills finally having a fun dynamic offense.