Warren Sapp and Deion Sanders are a couple of real sad cases. Both as analysts and as people, they serve no use to this planet whatsoever. I have been saying this for years, good football players don’t necessarily make good analysts, and in fact ,usually make really bad ones.
Take a look at Warren Sapp, the few times that you can understand what he is trying to say, it is usually just slander. He provides no insight and quite frankly he reminds me of the Tasmanian Devil character from the Bugs Bunny show. Except Taz was kind of enjoyable to watch.
Last year when the Hall-Of-Fame nominations were going on, Sapp began a campaign of rubbish talk against Michael Strahan that carried over to this years nominations. He continually threw jabs and insults in Strahans direction. Then all of a sudden he runs into Michael in a hallway after this years nominees had been picked and what happens? The true coward that Sapp is, rears its ugly head. Now frightened to death because he is not in front of a camera but face to face, he runs over and hugs him. That my friends is a joke. He never apologized on-air prior to this hallway meeting, he was just plain scared. Warren Sapp is a coward and an idiot, plain and simple.
Deion Sanders can’t get a good headline for the life of him. His world revolves around money and slandering players. I despise him and everything that he stands for. Recently he was recorded in an argument with his ” business partner” D.L. Wallace. Some of the argument had to do with Deion’s lack of pay and there was also insight into how his shady school ever came to be as well. My feelings towards Sanders are that of an enemy, he stands for exactly the opposite things as me.
These feelings stem from how he seems to absolutely hate Tony Romo but he will sit down for a nice joking conversation with dirt-bag Michael Vick. What a great talk that must have been. However, I missed it because I don’t watch Sanders or Sapp. I change the channel.
Back to Romo – Sanders will talk crap about Tony for a whole segment, while he never says anything bad about Vick at all. Vick has won nothing, just like Romo. Vick is soft, Romo is not. Vick ran a dog-fighting ring, Tony Romo is a family man. The point is that Sanders only likes his buddies…and money of course.
The bottom line here is that these guys are bad role-models for kids and bad people in general.
So how does a network that bares the NFL shield on it get off hiring low-life chumps such as Deion Sanders and Warren Sapp? Well that my friends needs to be asked to Roger Goodell…