Terrell Owens is still pretty damn salty about being snubbed by the Hall of Fame because of his so-called character issues. This week, Owens is taking aim at Hall-of-Fame wide receiver Cris Carter who criticized Owens for being a “flawed candidate”.
Even you think about guys that have gone and really tried to attack my character and called me a flawed candidate, a guy like Cris Carter — trust me, I’m better than Cris Carter,” “I’ll tell him that. He knows that I’m not a fan of him.
“He wants me to wait because he had to wait. I did more with less. I was better than Cris Carter. So he shouldn’t mention anything about anybody, especially me, about being a flawed candidate when here’s a guy who got released, flunked three drug tests from Philly — cocaine and alcohol addiction — and then there was somewhere down the road he’s telling guys to ask somebody to be a fall guy. What kind of character is that?”
Owens is right. There’s no reason for someone like Carter to be in the hall-of-fame with his character issues while Owens, who has better career numbers than Carter, is on the outside looking in.
h/t CBS Sports