Warren Sapp: Ochocinco should know offense, Steelers look old
Sapp said he understood Tedy Bruschi’s criticism of Chad Ochocinco. Sapp can’t understand why Ochocinco was “cramming” heading into the game. He said the game’s not that complicated.
Sapp said he did watch Ochocinco carefully in Week 1 and he hurt the offense more than he helped it.
Sapp also had strong comments on the Steelers. He said they came out against the Ravens and got beat up. “They’re old and slow,” Sapp said. Sapp said that the Steelers one of the worst offensive lines of a Super Bowl team we’ve seen and they weren’t good in Week 1.
Sapp talked about his admiration for Eagles quarterback Michael Vick. “The two most exciting teams I’ve sat on my couch and watched on my television are Michael Jordan and Michael Vick,” Sapp said.