T.O. is a Saint!

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Recently, a bunch of sports writers and bloggers came down on T.O. for not showing up for voluntary offseason conditioning with the Bills. Turns out the reason why he was gone was because he was accepting an award in Washington, D.C., attending the sixth annual National Alzheimer’s Gala. He’ll receive the Alzheimer’s Association’s first Young Champions Award on Wednesday night for raising awareness in the fight against the disease. Owens’ grandmother has Alzheimer’s.

I’m really tired of people lambasting, that’s right, I said lambasting, T.O. without researching anything that might absolve him of wrongdoing. The guy has been helping Alzheimer’s research for years, and nobody seems to care.

Also, the Bill’s strength and conditioning coach talked with T.O. about his workouts and they are on the same page. He said T.O. is one of the most fit guys in the league, and doesn’t even need to attend the workouts.

So learn the damn facts sports writers! T.O. is a goddamn saint!

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New Depressing Photoshop

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Here’s my latest photoshop creation. It’s supposed to signify religion causing the inevitable downfall of the human race, but you cant really tell because of my crappy photoshop skills. That’s an angel superimposed on an A-Bomb explosion, along with some purrrdy lightning.  Fun stuff. Oh, and that’s not to say religion is bad at all, but it bugs me when people use it to further their own agendas.  Let spirituality be a personal thing. Don’t force it on other people.  Enough seriousness. I’m sure I’ll post about T.O. missing voluntary practice to receive an award for Alzheimer research help soon. Go Bills!

G.I. Joe: The Movie, starring the Dallas Cowboys

After reading Ed Werder’s brilliant column about the Cowboy’s dysfunctionality, I figured Hollywood would be interested in making a movie out of it. Then, after hearing the terrible buzz surrounding the new G.I. Joe movie, I figured they could cast some high profile Cowboys into the film. Not only would this save the producers a lot of money, but it would also help the Cowboys act out some of their feelings in a constructive manner.  This is my personal opinion on who should play which character, but really it is all up to the casting director. Without further ado, bear witness to my shitty Photoshop skills…

Tony Romo as “General Hawk”, the fearless leader:

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Jason Witten as “Duke”, the strong willed rebel:

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Terrell Owens as “Snake Eyes”, the relentless antagonist:

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…and featuring Ed Werder as “Heavy Duty”, the gun slinging reporter who uses anonymous sources to make a name for himself as an investigatory journalist, no matter how many friends you lose or people you leave dead and bloodied and dying along the way? 

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Welp, there are my casting ideas. If this is greenlit, I want 10% of the gross and T.O.’s autograph.

Bachelor Workout and Diet that works! Go figure…


So, I bought Terrell Owens fitness book about a month ago, because he is my favorite athlete and I like supporting him, no matter what craziness he gets into throughout his life. I must say that the book doesn’t reveal anything too new or earthshattering, but it does present an easy to follow guide that helps you mold your workout and diet routine into something that actually works.

In my case, my laziness is what was detrimental to my health. I work 8 hours a day in an office, and do little to no physical activity in that time. When I get home, the last thing I want to do is workout, let alone eat right. After realizing that this pattern of idiocy will continue to turn me into a blob of fat, I decided to try out T.O.’s diet recommendations. Instead of having a bagel with cream cheese in the morning, I have cereal and a small glass of milk. I’ll have an apple or granola bar around 10 or 10:30, so I’m not starving by lunch time. I usually eat a large lunch, which is something I still need to work on. At around 3pm, I have another snack, which is either a piece of fruit, yogurt or a granola bar.

At dinner, I usually steam a chicken breast and broccoli, and have some Sun Chips or Baked Lays, some grapes or a banana, and possibly a yogurt if I’m still hungry. After I go to the gym, I either have a piece of fruit, a granola bar, popcorn, or a yogurt. All of this depends on what I ate earlier in the day. I rotate it out so it doesn’t get too monotonous. I usually switch up the Chicken for dinner with a whole wheat turkey sandwich.

I’ve been doing this for two weeks, and it has definitely helped with my energy level. I can feel my metabolism kicking in, which will lead to eventual weight loss down the road. I’m not that worried about losing weight right away, because I know it’ll take a few months before I notice a change.

Last week I went to the gym for about an hour and a half, Monday-Friday. I usually lift for a half hour, and then spend an hour doing aerobic exercise. The gym is insanely crowded from 4-8pm, so I leave my place about 8 and finish about 10pm. It sucks, because I’d much rather go right after work. This week I skipped Monday, because I was lazy, but have gone on Tuesday and Wednesday, and plan on going the rest of the week and once this weekend.

T.O.’s Finding Fitness preaches consistent eating, where you have three small meals and three snacks throughout the day. You should be eating every few hours if it works out right. I do this, but tend to eat a little more during lunch and dinner. I’m also 6’3″ and 240lbs, so I am not what you’d call, “Average Size”.

That’s my workout and diet for the next few months, and I’m going to see how I like it. I’m already eating less fast food and the energy I get from working out is great. I can put on muscle quickly, so I already notice my body turning from mush into muscle (to quote Det. John Kimble). Now all I need to do is get rid of my 9 to 5 gut and I’ll be good to go.

Get Your Popcorn Ready! Dallas: 37, Green Bay: 27

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T.O. and the Dallas Cowboys beat the Green Bay Packers convincingly, 37 to 27. As was expected, Dallas showed off their offensive skills as Romo completed 19 of 30 passes for over 300 yards and 4 touchdowns. His only intercept was caused by his best receiver, Terrell Owens, who let the ball slip out of his hands in the endzone. Although that play was rough, he still had an amazing game, scoring one touchdown and catching 7 passes for 156 yards. It was their best win of the season, and solidifies Dallas as the number one team in the NFC.

T.O.’s Big Day Out

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T.O., the greatest receiver to ever live, is having the best game of his life right now. He finished with 173 yards and 4 touchdowns. This beats his old record of 3 touchdowns in one game. It also gives him 126 career touchdowns, now 3rd all time among receivers.  It’s great to see two legendary receivers, Randy Moss and Terrell Owens, having the best season of both their careers. In 10 games T.O. has 1028 yard and 12 touchdowns. He and Randy Moss have a possibility of beating Jerry Rice’s touchdown record of 22. The next 6 games should be very entertaining. Go Cowboys!