“Sapp Almost Passed Out”

April 5th, 2011

Joe will be watching a fresh football show tonight on NFL Network.

Those who choose to be held hostage by a football-loathing cable outfit that opts to starve NFL fans will be blacked out.

The new Game Changers series continues with Warren Sapp getting dirty coaching up top draft prospects DE Aldon Smith and DT Marcel Darius. Essentially, Sapp breaks down film and hits the field to drill these young guys on what it takes to be great pros.

The series opener with Steve Mariucci working on Blaine Gabbert and Christian Ponder was stellar stuff.

On NFL Network, Mariucci said “Sapp almost passed out” from working so hard demonstrating drills with the young D-linemen. “Sapp was going crazy,” Mariucci said.

Joe’s especially intrigued because Smith, out of Missouri, surely could be a target of the Bucs. The might have to trade up to get him, but that’s hardly farfetched.

4 Responses to ““Sapp Almost Passed Out””

  1. Robert Neville Says:

    Call it what you will. Cable companies want to put the network on a sports tier meaning whoever wants it can pay an amout per month for it. NFL says no. They want it available on a regular package so that everyone has it. Hence causing a spike in everyones bills and an astronomical percentage of it going to the NFL. MLB did it right with their network. Offered it at no additional cost and no increase in monthly charges (both cable and satellite).

  2. BucsnBeer Says:

    Baseball sucks, they can’t afford to charge.

  3. Pete Dutcher Says:

    Brighthouse sucks.

    NFL Network should put it on Hulu!

  4. Joe Says:

    Pete Dutcher:

    NFL Network should put it on Hulu!

    They do. And NFL Network programming is also on iTunes as well as online at NFL.com.

    Or, one could just man-up and disable the cable.