IRVING, Texas -- Dallas Cowboys receiver Terrell Owens isn't satisfied.
Owens today insisted there's nothing special about his latest
outing, even if his 213 yards receiving were more than his previous
five games combined.
He hasn't even bothered watching the highlights.
Owens made it clear that there's more to come - as long as the
ball keeps coming his way.
Owens was averaging 50.5 yards per game before his breakout
performance Sunday as the Cowboys beat San Francisco.
Owens had five straight games of 38 yards or less, a stretch
that included three games without injured quarterback Tony Romo,
who broke his pinkie.
Owens is counting on offensive coordinator Jason Garrett to find
ways to get him away from coverage, such as putting him in motion.
Dallas is 7-4 going into the Thanksgiving game against Seattle.
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