August 10, 2009

posted by: Cacai M.

Football 2009 season is coming along the way. Hubby and I usually watch National Football League(NFL) season every year and our favorite team is always Buffalo Bills of which where Terrell Owens belongs. And ooh he's our favorite! It is because he has a capability and speed more than the other wide receivers. His ability to receive the ball is an exciting and amazing move which I believe can bet the other team. Moreover, he is my pick with his team that will perform extraordinarily this upcoming 2009 season.

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  1. Lulu said...
    bahala if ganahan ka terrell owens ganahan ko ni big ben! og ni matt ryan pod
    sports autograph said...
    terrel owens is the best player in the NFL this moment, he can make any team Super Bowl champion

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