“I Would Have Won Me Five Championships With That Man Right There”

November 28th, 2016

warren sappJoe truly cannot express how amped up Warren Sapp was after the Bucs’ win yesterday.

What a sight it was to see him go at it with Jameis Winston’s father after the game.

The sire of America’s Quarterback and Sapp playfully jawed loud and proud in the Stadium on Dale Mabry Highway tunnel after the game. Jameis himself was there and seemed rather disinterested in Sapp’s loudmouth antics.

But Joe was interested.

“I woulda won me five championships with that man right there,” Sapp barked at Jameis’ dad and pointing to Jameis.

Sapp was pulling in the elder Winston for selfies, and Jameis’ mom, too.

As Joe wrote last night, Sapp said he never saw a Bucs team, even his Bucs teams, “choke out” a QB like Tampa Bay did to Russell Wilson last night.

Unlike Sapp, Mr. Derrick Brooks was wearing a suit and had a dignified smile on his face after the game in the bowels of the Den of Depression. Joe didn’t talk to Brooks, but Brooks shared Joe’s Twitter offering about how No. 55 must have enjoyed the Bucs’ every-blade-of-grass mentality on defense.

The defense went old school yesterday in a huge way. And the team icons loved it and fully appreciated it.

11 Responses to ““I Would Have Won Me Five Championships With That Man Right There””

  1. Tampa Tony Says:

    If memory recalls Sapp said something similar about Freeman…

    If only Dungy cared about offense maybe the Bucs would have more than one Super Bowl

  2. lightningbuc Says:

    But, but, but Sapp had Shawn King!

  3. softastissueMcCoy93 Says:

    DEFENSE LIKE THE OLD DAYS. Dang that win felt good.

  4. Harry in Costa Rica Says:

    ^^^ yes, like the Old Days. But the unsung heros of the game was the Oline. Jameis picking apart the Great Hawks D was because the Oline gave him time to go thru his progressions. And that is a heck of a D front Seattle has. Nice job Bucs Oline!!

  5. JonBuc Says:

    Oh Mr. Sapp…you’re boardering on “that guy” that comes back to high school games after flunking out of college…still wearing the letterman’s jacket of course. You’ve earned it as a face on the Mt. Rushmore of Buc all-time greats. Go Bucs!

  6. Issic Haggins Says:

    Second data boy for the o line and great job Koetter with chipping and some roll outs

  7. Lunchbox Says:

    Was that a subtle jab at Brad Johnson? Lol oh well. It was good to see Shelton Quarles down on the field high fiving the guys too

  8. Stpetebucsfan Says:

    “I would have won ME…yep that’s who he played for…himself not the fans. Luckily that team is loaded with class acts and so one egomaniac is not enough to destroy the stew.

    Too many class acts to list from WD who got all those homes for the single moms..the Mike Alstott who just finished this year’s playoffs as a successful high school football coach….Derek Brooks…all of these guys have given back to the community and we are lucky to have so many classy dignified men represent us.

  9. Paul Says:

    Warren Sapp ….has no where else to go but to a Bucs Game? Oh that’s right …. he has no job, no money, no future. But he does have a number of kids with multiple women and he can’t pay his child support. Warren has always been 100% about Warren. His outlook for the future is pretty sad.

    [While your information may be accurate, it’s a bit unfair. So Warren Sapp is not allowed to go to a Bucs game, the same franchise he helped win a Super Bowl for? Also, yesterday may have been the second game he’s gone to this year. When has that become such an evil thing? — Joe]

  10. Tampa Tony Says:

    So other former greats for other franchises are allowed to stroll the sidelines and go to games but Sapp isn’t? Harsh crowd

  11. satchseven Says:

    lot of folks watch the games but write stuff that makes you wonder how they would treat these guys if they were not pro ballers.