Recapr: Warren Sapp trashes Jets DT Sheldon Richardson

SNY.tv’s Recapr takes a look at the NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year award winner Sheldon Richardson.

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7 comments
bob
bob

NY transit authority reporting that they never seen so many people getting of the Bronco train.

Ian Grossman
Ian Grossman

Who gives a crap what Sapp has to say he went bankrupt... clearly his decision making is questionable  

oddmanrush
oddmanrush

So the guy has a little confidence in his abilities. What's wrong with that?  

Bernie Lyons
Bernie Lyons

@oddmanrush  Confidence worked for Muhammad Ali ;)  Lots of others too.


I think Sheldon was quite gracious when he responded to the press that "it was a tossup" between Alonso, he and Mathieu.


Brendan
Brendan

@Bernie Lyons You can be confident and humble, and that's what Sheldon is. Supremely confident in his abilities and his future, but still humble enough to know he's been blessed with ability that few have ever been blessed with. He doesn't take what he has for granted, but he will not shy away from telling you what he has. 


And as long as he keeps chucking OL like they're sacks of potatoes and eating ball carriers int he backfield, that's fine by me. 

Brendan
Brendan

@Hanknaples  Did you see his acceptance speech? 


Hank, seriously, do not turn your insane Jet-hating ways to Sheldon. He played hard every single play of every single game. He is going to be one of the best DL in the NFL inside of two years and he's going to be one of the faces of the team because of his personality. Don't turn him into the heir of your ire for Mangold. He is not in a competition with Harrison, in fact they're great friends, they both take their faith seriously and they are better because of the other one. Think of them as a tandem and love them both equally.