“My Mouth Hit The Floor”

January 7th, 2022

Warren Sapp is known for having a direct pipeline to Team Glazer. It’s certainly common from them to be seen together at a Bucs game.

So when Sapp was talking about the Antonio Brown saga to The Rich Eisen Show this week, Joe couldn’t help but think Sapp was referencing a conversation with a Bucs owner.

“My mouth hit the floor,” Sapp said of Brown walking off the field topless. “I hit somebody with the team and I got the greatest response I could ever get back, ‘I guess we got an extra seat on the way home.'”

So who would Sapp “hit” with the team — during the game? Yeah, there are at least a few Bucs officials that travel with the club. But Joe would wager it was a Glazer.

Interestingly, Sapp didn’t blast Brown of have much to say on the off-field situation. It seems Sapp realizes that it speaks for itself.

On the football front, Sapp talked about the speed of Breshad Perriman and noted how Cyril Grayson can catch, so he remains very confident with Tom Brady at quarterback. (Sapp routinely gushes over Brady.) Doubling Mike Evans outside the numbers is perfect for opening up the middle of the field where Brady is best,” Sapp said.

“You’re going to need 30 to beat us” in the playoffs,” insisted Sapp, as he also laughed at the Tampa Bay defense.

No one is a sure thing to knock off the Bucs in the NFC, Sapp added as he mocked the Packers. So he’s very confident the Bucs have enough to go back to the Super Bowl as the No. 2 overall seed in the NFC. “San Francisco will beat the Rams [on Sunday],” he said.

23 Responses to ““My Mouth Hit The Floor””

  1. SB~LV Says:

    I’d wager it was Shelton

  2. Beeej Says:

    Not without Jimmy Garoppolo they won’t

  3. August 1976 Buc Says:

    “You’re going to need 30 to beat us” in the playoffs,” insisted Sapp, as he also laughed at the Tampa Bay defense.”

    Yeah but like I posted before it was the pass rush that made the difference last year post season, even with a Offense averaged 30+ a game for most of the year.
    And for sure Sapp knows all about that, with all the sacks he had throughout his career.

    The bottom line is can the Bucs go on a 4 game run to hoist another Lombardi in Feb.

    As inconsistent as they have played all year with all the injuries, it is an uphill battle.

    Not impossible, but not likely.

    We will see, if they can or not.

    GO BUCS!!!!!!

  4. SB Says:

    Interestingly, Sapp didn’t blast Brown of have much to say on the off-field situation. It seems Sapp realizes that it speaks for itself.


    LOL Like Sapp has the right to say much about another player’s off-field antics.

  5. SB Says:

    Beeej Says:
    January 7th, 2022 at 10:41 am
    Not without Jimmy Garoppolo they won’t


    I think you have that backwards Beeej. They won’t win Anything with JG

  6. BucfanBF Says:

    Tampa has now beaten the Packers twice in a row. We are about to make that 3 in a row……

  7. Swampbuc Says:

    Kittle needs to carry the Niners offense. Stafford needs to do his best Jameis impression. And of course, the Bucs need to beat a Panthies team with nothing to lose. They will not be tanking and it’s foolish to pretend or expect that they will be.

  8. BUC IT Says:

    Bucs just need a healthy defensive front team for round 2 of the playoffs and we got a shot.

  9. Defense Rules Says:

    Sapp’s ‘you’re going to need 30 to beat us in the playoffs’ sounds good on the surface since the Bucs still have the 2nd highest scoring offense, but then reality sets in. Turns out there’ll be some pretty good NFC defenses in the playoffs, ranked by Points Allowed (Saints & 49ers still vying for last spot) …

    o Saints … #4
    o Cards … #5
    o Cowboys … #7
    o Packers … #8
    o Eagles … #8
    o Bucs … #10
    o 49ers … #14
    o Rams … #15

    No matter who we play, or when we play them, there are no push-over defenses in the playoffs. We produced 30 PPG average last year in the playoffs largely because we were HEALTHY, with guys like Godwin, Brown & Fournette stepping up big-time. This year, no Godwin, no Brown, and Lenny hasn’t played in several weeks & may not even be fully over his hammy issue. Lord only knows what’s up with RoJo. ME13’s still banged up (but playing), and Gronk looks like he’s taking a beating also.

    Most importantly though was how our offense benefitted in last year’s playoffs from the NINE turnovers that our defense generated. Bucs’ offense scored 6 TDs & 1 FG off of those 9 takeaways. That’s incredible productivity (on BOTH sides of the ball); we scored 63 pts of our total 123 pts in the playoffs off turnovers. Given how badly beaten up our defense is right now (JPP, Shaq, LVD et al), it seems unlikely that they’ll be able to duplicate last year’s performance in terms of takeaways. And without that, it seems just as unlikely that our offense will come anywhere close to putting up 30 PPG in this year’s playoffs.

  10. cmurda Says:

    I think Sapp was doing an ode to the yesteryear team of the 2002 SB win. During those playoffs, the defense would just ask our offense for 13-17 points. That’s all our defense would need. That’s how GD filthy our defense was.

  11. HC Grover Says:

    I bet the Rams beat The Ninnys and the VooDoo Stainks beat the Chicks.

  12. Joe in Michigan Says:

    Swampbuc: You keep talking up a Panthers team that’s getting ready to lose their 7th straight game. Do you even follow football?

  13. Jimmy Says:

    So Joel Glazer can yuck it up with a whore-beater, but can’t have Gruden’s name up in his stadium because a private e-mail was made public. Gruden is a now some monster but Sapp is to be embraced in public?

    Some gratitude for winning you a Super Bowl!

  14. Mike Johnson Says:

    Man, getting that 2 spot would be nice for us. Go 49ers!

  15. Swampbuc Says:

    JerkInMichigan —

    Tell us again about how Tom Brady is washed up, over-the-hill, and will cost too much because the Bucs have to re-sign their good players? Accountability has no meaning to your snowflake arse, apparently.


    Joe in Michigan Says:
    March 12th, 2020 at 9:57 am
    I’ve had enough “splash moves” in my years as a Bucs fan to last me a lifetime, such as:

    Taking Steve Young instead of Reggie White in the 1984 supplemental draft (I’ve always loved pass rushers).
    Drafting Vinny Testaverde over Cornelius Bennett, and trading Young off for peanuts.
    Trading a 1st Rounder for Chris Chandler because Testaverde got blamed for losses, even though the rest of the team was terrible.
    Trading 2 1st Rounders for Keyshawn Johnson, even though it was known he was a locker room cancer.

    If signing Brady costs us not being able to sign some of our good players that AREN’T OVER THE HILL LIKE BRADY, this will be another possible “splash move” failure to add to the list.

    Great call, genius. All caps even.

    Who watches football? I saw the Bucs lose 9-0 at home to a Saints team quarterbacked by a stiff. I saw us barely pull out a win against a sorry Jets team with 15 seconds to spare, thanks to the wizardry of the quarterback you called over-the-hill in all caps.

    So if we can almost lose to the Jets, doesn’t it follow to expect a tough game from a division opponent?

    Oh right, you’re a snowflake that always pushes roses and cotton candy except when dismissing Tom Brady as over the hill. And obviously you either don’t watch the games or pretend the bad games never happen.

    What a poofter.

  16. Pryda...Sec147 Says:

    Bucs haven’t played a complete game all season it can happen over the next few weeks

  17. Swampbuc Says:

    Pryda — it needs to happen Sunday so they do it once before the playoffs. If they don’t do it the following Sunday they’re done and looking ahead to 2022.

  18. Aceofaerospace Says:

    Correct me if I’m wrong, but AB was the last of the 22+1 to resign last year. I’m guessing he was trying to test the market. So after a super bowl victory nobody wanted him. Now another suspension, “surgery” and a public display of a-hole-ness. Good luck AB. I really hope you want to play in Detroit or Jacksonville. You can be the big dog there.

  19. Simeon97 Says:

    i listened to this interview, regardless of substance it will get you pumped up to be a bucs fan.

  20. Craig Says:

    The frigging Jets almost got 30 on us, If they can do it, why can’t Trey Lance?

    I have high hopes, because of Perriman and Grayson, but the defense needs to play their part correctly. in otheR words WRAP UP WHEN YOU TACKLE.

  21. Eddie Marz Says:

    Not to change the subject, but Aaron Rogers is threatening to boycott the Super Bowl, because of COVID protocol. LMAO he won’t have to since his team it’s going anyway.

  22. Swampbuc Says:

    Eddie – LOL!

  23. David Says:

    Offense will be fine as long as O line plays
    It all depends on the pass rush and stopping the run.

    So, like every game ever played, it depends on the trenches.