Bills: The other 'T.O. Show'
Terrell Owens made plenty of noise off the field during the offseason. Somewhere between his release from the Cowboys, quitting the Superstars and starring in his new VH1 reality program, he signed to play wide receiver for the Bills.
And because we're hear to talk fantasy, not reality, his value should be pretty darn good, as it usually is during his honeymoon period with a new team. Unlike Dallas and Philadelphia, the spotlight is all his in Buffalo, and that will help his teammates produce better.
Trent Edwards will be more confident with a go-to guy, the running game will have more room to operate, and Lee Evans will draw more single coverage on the opposite side.
Of course, for everything to work, the Bills will need a revamped offensive line to come through, too. They got rid their prime whiner, sending left tackle Jason Peters to where Owens once was, with the Eagles. There is plenty of optimism this team will have a much-improved offense to complement a slightly above-average defense.