Having defended Marvin as a better WR than T.O. several times in the past couple of weeks, I feel compelled to quote the Dallas Morning News (via SI.com):
"Multiple times during the season, Cowboys players told Terrell Owens the plays in the huddle. Owens says he knew the plays but too many times he ran the wrong route, missed a block or was chastised by the coaches for a miscue. During minicamps, Owens got the bulk of the passes. New offensive coordinator Jason Garrett and receivers coach Ray Sherman said Owens knows the playbook going into training camp. It seems Owens got a lot of reps in minicamps and organized team activities to familiarize him with the offense."
Ah, good to see the great T.O. has decided to become familiar with the offense. What a dedicated team player! I guess that proves how much he cares. Why he's well on his way to using his considerable physical gifts to become as good a receiver as Marvin! Dream on, Cowboy fans (I'm talking to you, Terry).
Look folks, it's simple, greatness is not just about physical ability. If it were, Jeff George would be in the Hall of Fame. T.O. has great talent, and very impressive numbers. But to claim that he is a better football player than Marvin is ignorant.