The biggest game of the NFL season is coming in the form of a Monday Night Football clash at Levi’s Stadium when the 7-2 Seahawks visit the 8-0 49ers.
The 49ers might boast the only undefeated record in the league, but the Seahawks are coming in ready for the debut of their newest wide receiver, as Josh Gordon is healthy and expected to play.
As far as Terrell Owens is concerned, Josh Gordon shouldn’t even worry the 49ers.
“Josh really hasn’t been a factor the last two or three years,” Owens told 95.7 The Game on Tuesday. “It sounds good in theory, but he hasn’t really done much for those guys in the secondary to be of concern. To me, he’s not even a deep threat. He hasn’t really done a whole lot with the Patriots — pedestrian at best.
“But I do think they don’t want D.K. Metcalf to get loose. This guy is a big problem. He’s definitely gaining confidence as the season rolls, and I’m sure he’s going to present a challenge.
“With Richard Sherman as well, I’m sure he’s going to be fired up,” Owens said. “He’s going to try to shut him down. But that’s not a concern to have Josh Gordon out there. Yeah, he may be ready but I don’t think he’s going to be a big factor in the game.”
Gordon only needs to be what he was with the Patriots and will most certainly give Russell Wilson a 3rd option he needs with his tight end sidelined due to injury.
Gordon caught 60 passes for 1,007 yards and four touchdowns in 17 games between 2018 and 2019.
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