Columnist Monte Poole thinks so.
Terrell Owens is a man everywhere and nowhere at all, constantly on exhibition yet still awaiting an audition.
The Raiders are a franchise that has spent recent months making logical moves in hopes of shedding years of failure and an appreciable decline in business.
T.O. is an accomplished veteran wide receiver seeking employment; the Raiders have zero accomplished veterans at wide receiver.
He says he wants a job, wants to contribute to a team's offense; they have said Owens is not someone they've discussed, despite playing the worst offense in the NFL.
Is there anyone on earth who can't see what's wrong with this picture?
If the Raiders were in the midst of a dynasty, or even coming off a winning season, there would be no need for them to consider Owens. Their success would provide reasonable explanation for such a stance. They, like most of the NFL, could ignore T.O.