Warren Sapp Is Not Fond Of Freeman Starting

October 31st, 2009

Former Bucs great and current NFL Network analyst Warren Sapp has never been one to hold back his opinions. One such opinion is the promotion of rookie Josh Freeman to the Bucs starting quarterback position.

In Friday’s chat with Sapp on NFL.com, Sapp tore apart the decision.

Jennifer, Tampa
Hi Warren! Do you think the Bucs are doing the right thing by starting Freeman or should they have let Josh Johnson handle the rest of the season?

Warren Sapp, NFL Network
Nope. Nope. Nope. You don’t have an OC. This is your third QB. What’s different about the people on the field? You went from a veteran to a young guy to a rookie. You want experience at that position … they’re going in the wrong direction.

Joe has no further comment.

2 Responses to “Warren Sapp Is Not Fond Of Freeman Starting”

  1. BigMacAttack Says:

    Well Warren, we know you’re an @$$, but we will gladly pay you Tuesday to be our Defensive Coordinator today.

  2. JK Says:

    So that’s the direction the Glazers talked about when they released their super bowl coach and players. The wrong direction. I’m glad I got that straight now. I guessed I just assumed that they were heading in an up direction. But you know what happens when you assume.