Terrell Owens says he could still put up ‘800 to 1,000’ yards at age 42

Since the 2010 season, Terrell Owens never played in the NFL, in that year he played 14 games and started 11 games for the Cincinnati Bengals, racking up 923 yards and nine touchdowns.


Owens was in state of declinea in that season, with averaged more than 1,000 yards receiving in his 15 seasons. Although Owens isn’t on the free market, he still believe that he can complete this performance at the age of 42 in today’s NFL.

“I could insert myself somewhere strategically with a good offensive coordinator throughout the season,” Owens said on the ‘Dan Patrick Show’ Thursday, via ProFootballTalk. “I would say anywhere [from] 800 to 1,000 and that’s on the shy side.”

In fact, Jerry Rice completed 1211 yards when he was 40 and completed 869 yards one year later, and he is the only one who can complete more than 400 yards over the age of 40, so that we can believe Owens can do that as well.