“God Bless You Bro!!”

August 15th, 2019

Two legends talk McCoy

Ironically, two true legendary Buccaneers offered somewhat clashing takes Tuesday on Gerald McCoy.

And McCoy and others responded.

A couple hours after festivities began inside One Buc Palace to formally introduce Ronde Barber as the team’s next Ring of Honor inductee, Barber sat down with Joe and small handful of other media in a separate room for a long and casual chat.

Barber was in a relaxed, candid kind of mood, even cursing, which is quite rare from him to do on the record.

Joe asked Barber for his take on the team essentially swapping Gerald McCoy for Ndamukong Suh and why it happened.

Barber looked down, paused, and replied.

“Money. (Laughs) I mean, that’s what it was, as far as I know,” Barber said of McCoy getting cut.

“Gerald is still a great player, man. He would have been a good player in this defense. You know, Ndamukong [Suh] was in L.A. running the same defense that they’re running’ now, that the Bucs are running now, except he was playing the defensive end. Aaron Donald is the 3-technique. It’s 3-4 in theory in base, but it’s basically under so you need a 3-technique. He comes here and Vita [Vea] is nose, [William] Gholston is the D-end, and Ndamukong gets to be the 3-technique. It’s a great fit for him. Could Gerald play that role? Probably. You gotta make business decisions.”

The “as far as I know” part is quite telling. Barber is very close with the power brokers inside One Buc Palace, all of them. If he says it was “money,” then Joe buys it.

Keep in mind Barber told a national radio audience in May that McCoy “will be in the Ring of Honor for the Buccaneers one day.”

“If you ask me personally, I’d love to see him here [in 2019],” Barber continued. “There’s a need. There’s not a lot of talent on this football team. They’re young. A lot of them don’t get it. I don’t know why you would let a player like [McCoy] go.”

Enter Warren Sapp. On Tuesday, he talked to the Pewter Nation podcast and passionately shared his belief that McCoy crossed a line this spring after he left the Bucs.

McCoy told FS1 that he was one of the greatest Buccaneers of all time and he was a little upset the Bucs gave away his number right away to Ndamukong Suh because other Tampa Bay greats had their numbers protected. Sapp said McCoy had no playoff appearances when McCoy was here, so he had no right to put himself in the same class as real winners.

“If you’re going to put it up against the bad asses that run this bitch before you, you better put up some chips in this game because that’s the way it is. He didn’t have no chips in his game,” Sapp said of McCoy, via ProFootballTalk.com. “… What am I missing here, Gerald? You’re talking about something silly. Come on, man. Stop. If you’re mad, you’re mad, but don’t put it on the organization that the organization did it. Every NFL team has to move on.”

Sapp went on to laud McCoy but ranked him below the Bucs legends before him. “He was a damn good player, damn good player — not even close.”

Joe thinks Sapp and Barber were on point, though Joe’s not sure McCoy is Ring of Honor material.

Of course, this all got more fun when former Buccaneers Robert Ayers and Kwon Alexander defended McCoy on Twitter yesterday, and then McCoy himself jumped in the pool.

Four weeks from tonight, the Bucs-Panthers McCoy Bowl kicks off in Charlotte on Thursday Night Football.

Get your popcorn — or join the party in Riverview.

89 Responses to ““God Bless You Bro!!””

  1. Casey Morgan Says:

    Sapp is right. McCoy is soft…

  2. Pryda...Sec147 Says:

    Haha McCoy is a fool!!!

  3. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    McCoy is GONE!!! But, I guess not with the attention he is getting…..at least he has somewhat replaced Michael Bennett….

  4. Buc believer Says:

    SAPP >mccoy

  5. Nick Says:

    For the Last Time !!!

    McCoy is not and never will be a ring of honor guy, never! If he ever is it will forever stain the ring. Like Sapp said, was he a good player, ok, o not going to argue that.

    Can we please stop talking about this clown.

  6. AlteredEgo Says: Your comment is awaiting moderation. Says:

    McGone !

  7. thefinalf33r Says:

    You might want to read over what else Sapp said, he was VERY critical of McCoy, makes me wonder if he liked the fella to begin with.
    Joe listened to it. Sapp was all over the place, as Sapp typically is on most subjects.–Joe

  8. Bruce Blahak Says:

    If he gets in the Ring of Honor, at all, the thing is one big f’n joke! Because he made Pro Bowls? Ridiculous! Nickerson, Wilder, Ricky Bell, Cotney, Richard Wood, Steve Wilson…just to name a few, are far more deserving of HONOR than that piece of crap…Money and attention are the only things he ever played for…

  9. Br luceletdadogsloose Says:

    Gmc is an ok player who was way overrated because he was on a horrible bucs defence..that’s it !

  10. Ghost of Darrell Henderson Says:

    McCoy was a good player like Pig Goff or Booger McFarland.

    None will make the Ring of Honor.

    Warren Sapp was the best of all time.

    Nobody fears the Panthers or Geraldini.

  11. Bucnjim Says:

    At the end of Sapp’s career with the Raiders I watched him chase down a ball carrier for 40 yards to finally make the tackle. Point being this is what professionals do. I don’t care about his personal life or if he was a jerk. When he stepped on the field he gave it everything he had and then some. To say that McCoy was even half the player is a smack in the face of not only Sapp, but Brooks, Barber, Lynch, Alstott, and most of the Bucs teams from 1999 to 2003. I’ve watched McCoy stand there watching the play too many times to count. Like the commercial says JUST O.K. in NOT O.K.

  12. Jonzey Says:

    Sapp is right

  13. Loyaltotheend Section 312 Says:

    Players who don’t lead or elevate the guys around them to be better should not be in the ring of honor

    I hope the Bucs beat the Panthers and beat them badly as I don’t want that overpaid softie to smile or think he got one over on this organization again

  14. Clodhopper Says:

    GMC pretending to take the high road. But he knows Sapp is right and that dog aint got no fight in him.

  15. PUGS&BUCS Says:

    “God Bless you bro” is what you say when you just read 3 paragraphs of truth and any response will look stupid. It’s basically Twitter’s version of tapping out.

  16. 813bucboi Says:

    sapp is right!!!!

    gmc is soft and he never even made a playoff game…..he’ll be exposed once CAR misses the playoffs and we make the PARTY…..

    GO BUCS!!!!

  17. Bucsfanman Says:

    GMC’s no longer a Buc, and in my opinion, tarnishes anything he did in a Bucs uniform each and every time he opens his mouth. It’s hard to respect a guy who goes to a division rival for more money and with every breath denigrates the organization he came from.
    SHUT UP! BRO!

    The ROH thing, the more he speaks the less deserving he becomes. AND, he would barely qualify in the first place IMO. There are far more deserving players to put in the ring.
    Have I mentioned how much I want to see him put on his backside this upcoming season?!!! This coming from someone who defended him. I literally had to eat crow, slow-roasted and served with a side of crow from tmax. Do you have any idea of how humiliating that is?!!!

  18. Buccaroo Says:

    It’s too bad it had to end but McCoy refused to budge. BA made the decision after watching film on GMC’s performance last season that they could move on without him for the amount he was making. Here we are tight against the cap and Suh is on the open market already been playing a 3-4 hybrid for a couple million cheaper. What did McCoy expect? A new HC to gravel over his 17 total tackles for the season? What position is he playing in Carolina? I wanna see Marpet make him a non-factor. wanna see McCoy walking off the field lookin’ like he got a load in his shorts and it’s sticky. 🏴‍☠️

  19. Cobraboy Says:

    I will be pi$$ed if McCoy gets into the RoH.

    Sapp is correct. McCoy dint do nuffn.

  20. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    Sapp is going out of his way to speak against McCoy. All over the place.

    Wonder if he is peaved McCoy went to a division rival?

  21. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    I like McCoy, and I do not believe he is soft like the haters claim. He’s a good player who could not measure up to the man he replaced, so he was held to an impossible standard.

    However…I agree he should never be placed in our Ring of Honor.

    Yes, he should be remembered as a good player…but that’s it. Just like some other good players we’ve had.

  22. 99.97.92.55.47.40.28.20.7 Says:

    Y’all are ridiculous. GMC is a generational, HOF-caliber talent squandered on a bad team. He was always productive, always gave his all. Played tremendously injured. He is going to look 5 years younger with a decent defense around him in Carolina. I’m not some huge ice cream lover, he was not one of my favorite players, but his talent , grit and determination (constantly playing hurt) was evident to anyone who cared to see it, and it pains me to have the man trampled like this.

  23. AlabamaBucsFan Says:

    Barber is right – It was about the Money.
    Sapp is right – It’s a pride issue.

  24. Dewey Selmon Says:

    The only thing McCoy was known for was a great first step. First steps are not worth $13 mil per year if you can’t finish.

  25. Morgus the Magnificent Says:

    It’s funny….if you read comments here on, no matter how well McCoy plays against the Bucs, he can’t win. Plays lights out? …proves he wasn’t trying here. Plays poorly? ….proves he sucks.

    The same people will say that about Winston when he’s gone after this year.

  26. SCBucsFan Says:

    Blaming McCoy for the Bucs demise is like blaming the smartest person on the Hindenburg for it going down.

  27. Buccaroo Says:

    99.97.92.55.47.40.28.20.7

    you never seen him after a game huh? last season he could hardly walk after a game. He’d struggle to get dressed. Ask Joe? He was slowing down and they were losing. his slow recovery time between games was really affecting his play. From a HC’s perspective, Suh was a better option. The fans had nada to do with it. He “was” a decent player for several seasons and got paid more than any DT in Buc’s history. All for ?

  28. LordCornelius Says:

    lol

  29. Oregonbucsfan Says:

    What the heil is it about McCoy and you guys. If everyone on the roster was as good as he was we would be in the playoffs permanently. He wasn’t as good as Sapp (best ever for Bucs). He couldn’t blow up a game like Sapp (who can for the Bucs?). But, he did well and improved our team. Not quite Ring of Honor. Maybe Suh will work out better- -maybe.

    Seems to me that there are lots here who are POSITIVE the Bucs will be in the playoffs this year. Even more are POSITIVE McCoy was a poor player. Just my OPINION, but I think both groups are wrong.

  30. Marine Buc Says:

    McCoy was an average NFL player on a very crappy team. Six sacks and averaging one solo tackle per game is NOT Ring Of Honor material in my humble opinion.

  31. tmaxcon Says:

    at least you got the term legend half right… dude you can’t able a washed up has been cb that never won a damn thing without sapp a legend. hanging on to collect stats is pathetic not legendary… not to mention what a complete and total embarrassment this fool is on tv… barber is not even the 4th best cb in franchise history he could not carry talib or donnie’s jock

  32. BucsminsterFuller Says:

    Gramatica better get in the ring before McCoy.
    Martin had more of an impact on the outcome of games than Gerald ever did.

  33. Cobraboy Says:

    For me the issue isn’t just whether he was a good player or not. He was good. But not even close to great.

    The issue is his constant whining, self-promotion and “I’m a victim” seeking behavior.

    I got turned off from McCoy because of Hard Knocks.

    If you have a big mouth, you better back it up. Sapp sure as hell did. Sapp was a jerk off the field, but his play backed up his mouth.

    You cannot say that for McCoy.

  34. D-Rome Says:

    Gerald McCoy is one of the best players this team’s history and there is no denying it. Only fools and slack-jawed mouth breathers think otherwise. If you put Warren Sapp on the same teams GMC played on none of those teams would have made it to a playoff game either. In fact, when Sapp signed with the Raiders he did nothing to make them a playoff team and he played there four years. They had a terrible defense and four straight losing seasons.

    When this team ends up 6-10 are the goons going to hold Suh to the same standard? Probably not.

  35. 99.97.92.55.47.40.28.20.7 Says:

    GMC was the best player on the team for a decade. Besides our beautiful brief stint with the Beard. GMC absolutely deserves ring of honor.

  36. Race to 10 Says:

    Those aren’t clashing taked what are you even talking about? Ronde considers McCoy a Bucs Ring of Honor member. That was made clear here. And Joe didn’t type up everything Sapp and Ronde said yesterday.–Joe

    One was asked why Geraldine isn’t still here the other wad asked specifically about comparing himself to buc legends. One was fact one was as far as I know statement. Ronde would have liked top see him in this defense which means nothing since he isn’t coaching. The other was Geraldine mentor and knows a hell of a lot more about trench warfare than a nickel corner would.

    You guys have sources so ask ant defensive lineman what they because you Brooks ain’t gonna agree or disagree, he stay riding the fence on almost every topic. Finally someone had the guts top say what’s real and of course it would be none other than sapp

  37. Doug Says:

    the Most overrated player in a longtime, he had all the talent in the world but didn’t live up to it. If he was so great he would still be here. He didn’t make plays when we needed him too, he’s a legend in his own mind.

  38. BigMacAttack Says:

    Gerald the clown will be out for the Bucs game due to injury. His availability to the Bucs was garbage as he was constantly injured and couldn’t stay healthy. He was fat and out of shape, constantly winded, and slower than molasses. McCoy isn’t good, wasn’t good and only cares about himself. Cutting McCoy was the best move Licht made this offseason, but he should have traded him 3 years ago. Licht has made so many mistakes since he’s been here but at least he finally sent Gerald packing. I’d bet it was actually a Glazer decision though. BA, I’m sure could see right through McCoy and if he watched all, I mean all, of the tape, he could see how bad McCoy really is. Ron Rivera will regret signing that fat clown. Hide and watch. Useless

  39. C2asante Says:

    Sapp was a great player but has always been an azzhole and a trashy human being. I know both men personally and while I like ferocity Sapp played with, as a teammate and friend I’d pick the talented, classy family man every time over the degenerate loudmouth jerk. Despite the hate McCoy gets here, he is a good player who is well respected. Ronde is correct, he was cut because they did not want to pay the market rate for a aging vet whose career is closer to the end than peak. You can’t fault the Bucs for that but they certainly could have shown more respect in how they treated someone who was loyal to them and never embarrassed the team, himself or this community.

  40. Swampbuc Says:

    Geraldine needs to take a Midol. Very tired of her act.

  41. ATrain Says:

    McCoy is a Good player

    But held up as elite because he was Well Liked and the best on a lesser team

    Can we let him go

    GMC is a Panther. His Choice

  42. BigMacAttack Says:

    McCoy embarrassed the team every game he played in. He was constantly getting blown out and thrown down by single guards. Eating the hot dogs on the sidelines with Baker was embarrassing. Please name one thing, anything that McCoy ever did to help the team. Did he ever takeover a game? Did he ever make a big goal line play to stop the opponent from scoring? He probably had less than 20 really good plays in all the years he was here. McCoy was net zero. Zero return on investment. He couldn’t even lose his fat gut. The Bucs gave him everything he wanted or asked for and got nothing in return. Net Zero McCoy. He sucks.

  43. tmaxcon Says:

    C2asante

    you keep clinging to losers pal I’ll take the arsehole every day of the week and twice on sundays over a soft mentally weak fraud like cancer93

  44. D-Rome Says:

    Did he ever make a big goal line play to stop the opponent from scoring?

    Gerald McCoy tipped an Alex Smith pass and Chris Conte intercepted it in their end zone. The Bucs won that game.

    You’re welcome.

  45. orlbucfan Says:

    He is a class act as a player and a person. Hope it doesn’t come back aka Buc Luck to bite us.

  46. Buccaroo Says:

    The book is closed. Maybe in time GMC will make the Buc’s ROH ..but right now there are many more deserved contributors to commemorate.

  47. BigMacAttack Says:

    Thx Romey, it was luck on both of their parts lol. I doubt that anyone was more disappointed in McCoy than Sapp. 99 had high hopes for Loser Gerald, invested a lot of time with him, and he too got zero return on investment. I can’t wait for the day when Sapp really unloads on that fat clown. Sapp May be a jerk but he’s wearing a gold sports coat and walked the walk every day. Teams may have planned for McCoy but they feared Sapp.

  48. Bobby M. Says:

    I always go back to this point on McCoy…..try to think of ONE highlight play that you identify McCoy with. Just ONE! In his entire career, not a single stand out play that comes to mind.

    Alstott ran dudes over
    Lynch knocked out his own brother in law
    Brooks took interceptions to the house in multiple playoff games
    Barber shut down the Vet

    McCoy….nothing. Very good player, obviously talented but Ring of Honor based on the current standards the Bucs have, he doesn’t make the cut.

  49. Mort Says:

    You left out the money quote from Sapp on that pod. At the end of a very sensible and accurate explanation of the situation:

    “He was a nice guy. Nice guys finish last. Thats why your jersey gets worn”

  50. DB55 Says:

    who was loyal to them and never embarrassed the team, himself or this community.
    —————
    McIceCream took 3 mil to play against his beloved team on a division rival RATHER than signing with his team for 3 mil plus incentives.

    Gerald is a itch with no hurt who proves it every time he opens his mouth.

    Good riddance!!!

  51. ATrain Says:

    D-Rome

    You pull one play

    Hahah

    One that play cost what 90 million

    Hahah

    How many plays did he get smoked

    Oh and the only highlight McCoy ever made was “SORRY BEN””

  52. Couch Fan Says:

    Of course it was about money. He was not worth even half his contract. He is still being overpaid but hes exactly where he should of been all along. A nice rotational piece on an already established defense where he doesnt need to do anything other than just play. The face of a franchise or a defense he should of never ever been.

  53. tmaxcon Says:

    d-rome don’t forget the Chihuahua like ankle on matt ryan…

  54. D-Rome Says:

    D-Rome

    You pull one play

    I answered the question. There have been many plays that McCoy has made over the course of his career. I’m not going to spend time listing them all out. The fact remains that if Sapp was on McCoy’s teams the result would have likely been the same with no playoff appearances, just like it was when Sapp was in Oakland.

  55. ATrain Says:

    You would have better luck finding his bad plays

    Only ELITE PLAYER I know that had only one highlight

    Sorry Ben

    Hahah

    Elite is a JJ Watt

    McCoy is a Good player no doubt
    Not ELITE AS HIS FANS BUILD HIM UP TO

  56. D-Rome Says:

    d-rome don’t forget the Chihuahua like ankle on matt ryan…

    2nd greatest play in Bucs history after Ronde’s interception to close down the Vet.

  57. tmaxcon Says:

    mccoy is a selfish POS a fraud of a man and player… Results prove it beyond a shadow of a doubt. the way he carries himself proves he’s a joke of a man… just a little pansy arse who collected 8 basement titles and a host of Worst in the history of nfl records during his failed tenure in tampa. like the failures before him mainly dungy the one dimensional clown cancer93 played the god card to receive his free pass from failure. low standard bucfan eats up the god card…

  58. tmaxcon Says:

    D-Rome

    after those two amazing plays you mentioned did they earn a playoff birth or anything that mattered…. Let me help you NO they did not… Cancer93 never won a single meaningful game in her pathetic career.

  59. AJ Says:

    This has been a stupid argument since McCoy left. Rightly so, the Bucs decided he was not worth the $13m he was on the books for. And am sure they requested to negotiate w Gerald for a fair price. Gerald thought he was indeed worth the $$$ and took his talents to the marketplace. Where he rudely found out he was not worth what he thought he was.

    If he would have took what we are paying Suh, he would still be here. So he ended up with a divisional rival for less money. Maybe its Gerald who disrespected the Bucs and the fans who supported him. And not the other way around.

  60. tmaxcon Says:

    he was paid to win football games and be elite and he failed. the results are undeniable. the excuses from low-standard bucfan have always been far more entertaining than her actual play

  61. No Risk It No Biscuit Says:

    Smh soooo glad Suh is wearing #93.

    McCoy needs to go back to his bat cave. Smh

  62. Mike Johnson Says:

    Please..I’m beggin you Bucs..Win this season..Please! That way the media including Joe will not have to feed us new..Whippin Post every year to make us forget about how sorry we truly were. Winning changes everything. Everybody smells good with their aftershave then. I’m guessin ole Lovie is glad GMC is now
    Losing Buc fans favorite beatdown.

  63. July Joe Says:

    Suh replaced GMC and took his number. The end.

  64. Clean House Says:

    Sapp is one of the best ever, but a piece of trash.

  65. tmaxcon Says:

    Clean House Says:
    August 15th, 2019 at 2:23 pm

    Sapp is one of the best ever, but a piece of trash.

    they are paid to win. they are sports entertainers not role models to raise your kids for you.

  66. TonyC Says:

    Culpepper>McCoy

  67. ClwJB Says:

    Sapp is spot on, very good player, not an all-time great and is not in the same company as Brooks, Sapp, Alstott, Selmon, Gruber, Barber, or Lynch

    I put him in the same category as Hardy Nickerson, Shelton Qualres, Donnie Abraham, Mark Cotney, Batman Wood

    Very good, not great

  68. tmaxcon Says:

    Clwjb

    Sapp carried those backup has beens you listed…. you are clueless and confuse popularity with greatness…. brooks lynch and barber road sapps coattails to their only good season…. brooks is a popular vince young nothing more…. dungy the clowns Bucs are a 2-14 team without sapp carrying those bums….

  69. crazy Says:

    Love him or hate him, but if the Bucs thought his tenure deserved to be in the Ring of Honor someday they wouldn’t have reassigned his number. That’s probably tough for him to swallow but he never lived up to his potential.

  70. tmaxcon Says:

    ClwJB

    If those backup has beens sapp carried were so great like you claim they would have won more than 2 playoff games outside of Gruden and sapps glory year…. popularity doesn’t equal greatness

  71. tmaxcon Says:

    ClwJB

    And before you start rewriting history to defend those backup has beens not a single one them ever won a single meaningful game without riding sapp…. if vince young i mean 55 was so great he and barber would have had success after sapp left… 55 is one of the least intelligent humans on earth….. go storm!!!!

  72. stvcl Says:

    I, for one, am ecstatic he is gone. His play and mamby pamby attitude was a cancer for the defense. Ring of Honor? GTFOH!

  73. tmaxcon Says:

    The washed up has beens were popular in a small market nothing more…. not great and certainly not legendary…..

  74. BigHog Says:

    No longer a part of the organization!…….just like some of these fans!!!!

  75. Bucnjim Says:

    ClwJB,
    Don’t take this personal but don’t you EVER list McCoy anywhere close to those players you mentioned. First of all Nickerson changed the ENTIRE culture of this organization. Qualres the ultimate over achiever worked his A$$ of day in and day out. Donnie Abraham one of the best corners to ever wear a Bucs uniform. Cotney and Wood hit the opposing players so hard they both would actually hurt themselves. These guys were proud to be Buccaneer players and we as fans were extremely proud to have them on our team. Then you have McCoy the Millennial. It’s about me me me me by the way where did that camera go?

  76. Barack's Crack Pipe Says:

    Dewey Selmon Says:
    “The only thing McCoy was known for was a great first step.”
    .
    .

    Every offensive coordinator for the last 4 years against the Bucs: “Run the play right to the spot GMC occupied before that great first step.”

  77. WestChap Says:

    There’s “can do” and “want to do”. First is talent and second is desire. Combined you get effort and results. Sapp was not a nice man (his cheap shot on an INT return will live in infamy). However, he was 110% effort every down every game. Any objective viewer of GMC’s tape can NOT say the same. Talent: yes! Desire: not always. Effort: not always. Results: not even close to HOF… and only in ROH talk because of the barren teams he was on. He lasted at least a year too long… maybe 2. I love Lavonte and hope he escapes a similar end. Go Bucs!

  78. Bucnjim Says:

    Westchap,
    Perfect analogy!
    Talent + Desire + Effort = HOF

    Talent – (effort & desire) = O.K.

    Just O.K. Is NOT O.K.

  79. tmaxcon Says:

    Cancer93 does fit in the ring of honor outside of selmon, sapp and gruber the rest are popular backups on a small market irrelevant franchise

  80. Old School Athlete Says:

    “Small market irrelevant franchise “. Don’t ever tell us you’re a Buc fan again!

  81. tmaxcon Says:

    Old School Athlete

    Truth hurt too much?????? 1 good year in 42
    Backs me up pal….. ive been a bucs fan since 77 i just don’t settlle for failure like you do. No go put on your 55 Jersey and practice your alphabet

  82. gotbbucs Says:

    McCoy was lucky to always have coaches that were too worried about hurting his feelings to tell him the truth.

  83. unbelievable Says:

    They’re both pretty spot in imo

  84. Natebucsfan Says:

    Could it be possible McCoy plays his best 2 games vs. The bucs, and then just plays for a paycheck like he did in the last few years with the bucs. McCoy feels disrespected, he has something to prove. He’s out for blood. Did the bucs poke the bear?

  85. tmaxcon Says:

    . Did the bucs poke the bear?

    The more realistic question would be did bucfan poke her labia…..

  86. Jason S. Mclaurin Says:

    Its sad wat McCoy has done. Just really thinking through the years he never took us seriously. Im glad he’s gone for a player I always wanted us to have in Suh. He or the other guys who left never took us as fans or team history seriously. Well Sapp made sure to restore within the same media and the way he put it out ain’t nothing but the truth. McCoy honestly just looks like a spectator in Carolina who may get cut because guess what Riverboat Ron don’t fool around either and he seems tired of his shenanigans as well..

  87. Bucsdelight Says:

    If Sapp played on the same teams that Gerald did, we’d have the same records. Sapp benefited from having many great players on the team. It isn’t even an apple to apples comparison.

  88. Bucsace Says:

    Was he really even a “good ” player on a consistent basis? I see journeyman written all over McCoy

  89. Section 219 Row A Says:

    McCoy should try playing ,wearing those coke bottle bottom glasses. Then maybe he could see who he’s trying to tackle. Great first step but then can’t see a thing.

 

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