Bengals wide receiver Terrell Owens came to Cincinnati with a reputation for being one of the NFL's most outspoken players.
He was outspoken Sunday following the team's ninth consecutive loss, a 34-30 defeat against New Orleans at Paul Brown Stadium.
Owens voiced his frustration over the offensive inconsistencies that have plagued the Bengals throughout the season and what he believes is a lack of aggressiveness in the play-calling.
"I just think that, coming here this year, with the opportunities that presented themselves with myself and Chad (Ochocinco), the progression of Jordan Shipley and Gresh (Jermaine Gresham), we could be a little more aggressive," said Owens. "That's what I've thrived on all my career. There are times when I'm not the No. 1 option, but considering the things that I've done this year, I present matchup problems."