From his latest MMQB: Offensive Players of the Week Dallas WR Terrell Owens, whose eight catches for 173 yards and four touchdowns drove a stake through the Redskins' hearts in Dallas. His impact goes far beyond scoring all the TDs in the Cowboys' 28-23 victory. He's become a beacon and a leader in a locker room full of young players, and in 26 games in Dallas over the last two years, he's scored 25 touchdowns. New England WR Randy Moss. One half: Eight catches, 112 yards, four touchdowns ... and one pass defensed. That's right, all in the first half of New England's rout of the Bills. Bill Belichick put him in to play deep safety on the final play of the first half, with New England up 35-7, and he batted down the Hail Mary from J.P. Losman. Dude's living a charmed life. So Terrell Owens is a "beacon" and huge impact for young players. Randy Moss is a "dude" that's "living a charmed life."