Bills Roasted For Welcoming This ‘Legend’ To Monday Night Patriots Game

This doesn't make a ton of sense


Without a doubt, Terrell Owens is one of the greatest receivers in NFL history and is a worthy Pro Football Hall of Famer. He is a legend of the game.

But is he a Bills legend? Of course not.

However, that won’t stop Buffalo from welcoming Owens to Highmark Stadium for Monday Night’s game against the New England Patriots as a franchise “legend.” Reminder: Owens played one season (2009) in Buffalo, catching 55 passes for 829 yards and five touchdowns — a very good campaign, to be fair. The Bills went 6-10 that year.

They predictably were roasted over the bizarre announcement.

Here’s the tweet:

And here’s some of the reaction:

Owens likely will have a great time in Buffalo on Monday night — he has the key to the city, after all.

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