View Full Version : What does Warren Sapp think?

09-10-2008, 08:22 PM
“As far as where the Raiders are going, they have unrealistic ideas about what their people can do,” Sapp said on a conference call to promote the reincarnation of “Inside the NFL” that premieres tonight on Showtime.

“That was the experience I had in the four years I was there. They asked people to do stuff they were physically impossible of doing. “They asked a guy who hadn’t coached for 12 years to coach,” he said of former offensive coordinator Tom Walsh.

“They’re going to suck.”

Sapp saved his harshest criticisms for former teammate and defensive tackle Tommy Kelly, who signed a new contract during the off-season with $18 million in guarantees, even though he missed the final nine games because of a knee injury; and for cornerback DeAngelo Hall, who signed for $24.5 million in guaranteed money after he was acquired from Atlanta.

“DeAngelo Hall has been getting burnt since he was in Atlanta,” Sapp said. “This is nothing new. DeAngelo Hall is the flashiest, burnt-up corner in the history of the game. He gets burnt more than anyone else, and he all of a sudden is this great Pro Bowl cover corner. I never saw that in DeAngelo Hall. He would gamble and do everything unsound on the corner.

“As for Tommy Kelly, he never played (tackle), he was at end. Then he had a knee injury, and I never had the chance to teach him the intricate parts of the three-technique. (He is) a 6-6, 330-pound country kid from Mississippi who is strong as all outdoors. Can he play the position? Yes. But there are certain things about (defensive tackle) … “If you (stand) too high, he’s going to get knocked around, and at 6-6, low man wins in the trenches, and once you get knocked around, you get a little apprehensive.”

Ouch. aksdjfkd

Draft King
09-10-2008, 08:25 PM
He's from the U he can do what he wants. You see when I guy who knows what he's talking about disses people it's ok.

09-10-2008, 11:12 PM
Agree with the man 100%

09-11-2008, 11:10 PM
**** al davis