Sapp calls Steelers 'old and slow'
Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive tackle Warren Sapp, now an NFL analyst, had some not too-kind things to say about the Pittsburgh Steelers after their 35-7 mashing last Sunday at the hands of the Baltimore Ravens.
According to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Sapp said on Showtime's "Inside the NFL" that the Steelers are "old, slow and it's over."
He went on to say that his 13-year-old daughter would be able to cover Steelers receiver Hines Ward "in a heartbeat."
Sapp also had criticism for safety Troy Polamalu, the NFL's Defensive Player of the year from last season, saying the Steelers star could not get close enough to make a play on Ravens tight end Ed Dickson.
The Steelers, who have eight defensive starters age 30 or older, didn't seem to put too much stock in Sapp's yaps.
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"Once you get a certain age, you get labeled as old," defensive back Ike Taylor said. "That's understandable."