Does Sabby The Goat Want To Hurt Somebody?

August 12th, 2011

POST BUMP: Just in case you missed this Saturday.

Call Joe a sicko, but Joe’s been sniffing around the Chiefs website ever since Kansas City defied logic and signed Sabby The Goat the other day.

Joe doesn’t trust Sabby The Goat. And right on cue, Sabby The Goat is a bit too eager to face the Bucs on Friday. Considering the report comes from a sanitized NFL team website, Joe can only imagine what Sabby was really trying to say. You can read the Goatspeak here.

No doubt Sabby The Goat has an axe to grind with the Bucs. Raheem Morris said he would “fix” Sabby the Goat during the 2009 offseason. It was perhaps the greatest public neutering of a player in recent memory.

Who knew that meant signing Sean Jones? And that ungrateful Sabby The Goat was angry.

Joe hopes nobody gets hurt on Friday. The way that Sabby The Goat takes an angle, no player on the field is safe.

42 Responses to “Does Sabby The Goat Want To Hurt Somebody?”

  1. chrisfwc :) Says:

    Goats BITE on things…and take bad angles.

  2. nomads Says:

    “The way that Sabby The Goat takes an angle, no player on the field is safe.

  3. SteveK Says:

    Blount is going to take Goat Boy’s lunch money.

  4. FreemanBomb5 Says:

    bwahahahahah I’m not sure Sabby the Goat is capable of hurting anyone. I could see the ungrateful loser trying to take out Mike Wills or Winslow’s knees if given the chance. I tried for years to root for Sabby and he only disappointed year and year touchdown after touchdown.

  5. Tampa2 Says:

    Personally, I hope Sabby fulfills whatever he sets out to do! Maybe he will take a bad angle and take Raheem “thats my Dog!” out!

  6. justin Says:

    does anyone know for sure but im willing to guess we have the least amount of white players on our team compared to any other nfl team

  7. mpmalloy Says:


  8. BecklesHeartsRuud Says:

    Yeah thats the one dude that would go out there and try to hurt somebody and end up breaking his own neck. How is this bum still in the league? I guess the chiefs must be awfully thin at safety behind Eric Berry.

  9. gotbbucs Says:

    sabby wont see the field when any of our starters are out there.

  10. Macabee Says:

    Justin, my friend, I’m afraid you’ve mistakenly logged on to the wrong website. This is JoeBucsFan, not

  11. Kevin Says:

    Who cares how many white players we have? They are all players first and we have a good young team. And Sabby was the worst safety I’ve seen in a while! I tried to defend him his entire stint with the BUCS and he always found a way to give up another TD while I was mid sentence defending him! Glad he’s gone!

  12. SteveK Says:

    Do you think our D can stop Jamal Charles?


    @Justin… why in the hell would you OUT OF THE BLUE bring up race in this situation???? It had NO relevance in this post whatsoever!!!! Ya’ know Racism doesnt come naturally, it is a taught and learned disease that too many people use as justification for wrong doings and other evil spit that folks do. Your mother didnt raise you right!!!!!!!!

  14. DWBUC Says:

    SO…. If Sabby makes a tackle on a 3rd string WR after he has beaten him on another post pattern… Will he feel vindicated?

  15. jampersands Says:

    Am I the only one who bothered to click the link and read what Sabby said? He says absolutely NOTHING even remotely negative about the Bucs, at least not in that article. All he says is he’s excited to play, and that he wants to talk about his future with the Chiefs rather than his past with the Bucs.


  16. TopDoggie Says:

    @jampersands I was just thinking the same thing.

  17. higher728 Says:

    I’m a bit disappointed in Joe that he would post an insinuation of this sort against someone’s character. Just because Sabby isn’t a starting quality player in the NFL doesn’t mean he is out to cheap shot anyone.

  18. jocko Says:

    I wouldn’t send this post to pft.

  19. d clark Says:

    @Justin. Shut the hell up! who cares if a player is white or not as long as they can play ball. Your probably the guy that liked sabby just because he was white and thought he was gonna b lynch. Dude couldn’t hold lynchs jock strap. True we dont have many white players but it doesnt mean were just picking players because they’re black. Geez

  20. Apple Roof Cleaning Says:

    I can’t see Sabby being mad at the Tampa Players. Maybe at Mark or Raheem, but not the players.

  21. jampersands Says:

    Agreed, higher728. It’s almost libel. Lack of journalistic integrity.

  22. Matt Says:

    “That was the past, I’m talking about the future,” said Piscitelli. “I’m excited to be here, I really am, and I’m excited to look for the future and play for the Kansas City Chiefs and I’ll do anything I can to help this team win. Whatever the coaches ask me, I’m here to do that and I’m excited.”

    Yeah, really sounds like he has a big ax to grind. ::rolls eyes::

    This is the reason I find myself visiting this site less and less. Way too much PFT-style attempts to grab headlines and way too little actual journalistic integrity. You’re better than this Joe…I hope.

  23. admin Says:

    Joe here,

    @Jampersands, @Matt, @Higher728, @TopDoggie — The Chiefs house reporter writes that Sabby says the game carries a special significance for Sabby. So it’s completely reasonable for Joe to wonder — key word wonder — whether Sabby wants to drill Buccaneers to send a message to management. It’s a football game! That’s what guys do. Wake up!

    As for the last paragraph, that’s commentary on Sabby’s playing style and ability not his intent.

    Your opinions are always welcome, but you guys take things way too seriously and are misreading what’s actually here and, frankly, you have no clue what journailistic integrity is.

  24. OAR Says:

    I, personally, hate all goats equally!

  25. BigMacAttack Says:

    Sabby should be starting water boy, and all pro at that.

  26. BigMacAttack Says:

    Tailgunner Joe. Pow! Right in the kisser!

  27. Matt Says:

    @Joe The fact of the matter is that every single game against a player’s former team ‘carries a special significance’. This is nothing new, it’s not specific to Sabby: it’s common knowledge.

    The creation of this story would be perfectly reasonable if there were a seed of doubt created by Sabby. In other words, if he said something like, “I really want to hit some people to show them the mistake they made” or something of the sort. But Sabby was extremely professional about it. Plus, he was never was seen as having a cheap shot reputation when he was here.

  28. Matt Says:

    @Joe What you’re doing is almost Glenn Beck-ish: “I’m not saying he would do this, but what if he did?!?!” I don’t want JBF to be a ‘story creation site’. Please, please, don’t make it one.

  29. Joe Says:


    What you’re doing is almost Glenn Beck-ish

    Joe doesn’t use blackboards and chalk and he doesn’t cry like Dick Vermeil either.

  30. FLBoyInDallas Says:

    The way Sabby takes angles, there isn’t a blade of grass on the field that’s safe. In fact, there isn’t a sideline reporter, mascot, cheerleader or camera-man who’s safe from his indiscriminate launching into nothing but air.

  31. McBuc Says:

    Joe never mentioned cheap shots….

  32. Matt Says:

    @McBuc LOL, I suppose if he’s really inept a cheap shot wouldn’t hurt anybody…

    @Joe Good point…and thank you for that.

  33. bucswin Says:

    Kudos to those who actually read Sabby’s words. Another non-story.

  34. admin Says:

    Joe here,

    @bucswin — A glace at your comments over the past year shows a pretty steady trend of blasting Joe and questioning Joe’s credibility. Why don’t you just go away?

  35. Kyle Says:

    The minute fans see Sabby on the field tonight they’ll be wondering if he gets a lick in on somebody. Joe puts out that thought and you guys want to hang him and call him Glenn Beck. GET OVER YOURSELVES People.

    And there are lots of guys that don’t give a hoot about playing their former team. It’s obvious that’s not the case here with Sabby.

  36. tino Says:

    Jeez, for someone who throws a lot of crap to see what sticks, you sure are thin-skinned, Joe.

  37. admin Says:

    Joe here,

    @tino — Joe doesn’t throw crap to see what sticks. And Joe’s not thin-skinned. Joe interacts with his readers — good, bad, happy or sad. Most people seem to enjoy it.

    Funny how you felt the need to change your name for this post, Jocko. Always makes Joe laugh when one feels compelled to have multiple anonymous personalities. Isn’t one enough?

  38. tino Says:

    Where in the article you linked does sabby say anything about hurting anyone? He says the opposite – that he’s looking forward to the future and not dwelling on the past.

    Seems more like you’ve got an agenda on this issue – you actually bumped this post to reraise the point – than you are reporting anything.

  39. admin Says:

    Joe here,

    @Tino/Jocko — First, many football players, especially defensive players, like to talk about hurting people. It’s part of the game. Adrian Clayborn’s opening interview as a Buccaneer he talked about “kicking offensive linemen’s asses” on the Buccaneers Radio Network.

    It’s not uncommon, negative or tabboo. It’s tackle football.

    To answer your question, Sabby doesn’t say that at all. That is why Joe “wondered.” See the headline.

    Sabby, like many players do, could have said playing against his previous opponent is meaningless, or said that he can’t wait to hug his old teammates before and after the game. Sabby didn’t go there, at least in what was written by the Chiefs reporter.The Chiefs reporter makes it clear that Sabby the game has a significance to Sabby.

    This isn’t rocket science.

    There’s no agenda. Joe bumped it because Joe didn’t feel like re-setting the Sabby take with another nugget Joe learned about Sabby today, plus the goat picture gives a lot of people a laugh. So bumping the post was the easiest way out.

  40. tino Says:

    Joe, we’re hot blonde twins in bathing suits

  41. bucfanlostiniowa Says:

    @tino that should read “hot blonde TWINKS in bathing suits”

  42. TopDoggie Says:

    I don’t question your “journailistic integrity” But I do “Call Joe a sicko”