Terrell Owens Says Randy Moss Should Not Be A First Ballot Hall of Famer

Former NFL wide receiver Terrell Owens has been criminally held out of the Canton for three years now, despite having numbers that should have put him in the first year Owens was eligible.

The artist formerly known as “T.O.” knows why he’s being held out. Voters tend to hang on to this character issues and off the field issues and have used that against him, but as T.O. says: “my numbers speak for themselves” — and they do.

But earlier this week, it was announced that former NFL wide receiver Randy Moss was among many other greats that would be eligible for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Moss has the same character issues that has kept voters from putting in Owens.

On Wednesday, Owens was a guest on ‘Undisputed’ and was asked flat out by co-host Skip Bayless if Moss should held of the Hall of Fame for at least a year.