Earlier this week I ripped into Warren Sapp for his comments regarding the Steelers and how he just never seems to quit. The more I think about it, the whole situation reeks of a larger problem within the National Football League.
With ESPN and the NFL Network employing almost every former player or coach who has ever stepped foot on an NFL sideline doing commentary and analysis, the overkill has reached epic proportions. Just this week in fact, ESPN hired former Miami Dolphin Jason Taylor now giving the worldwide leader enough former players to officially become the league’s 33rd franchise.
Ever heard of the phrase “too much analysis brings on paralysis?” This is the problem for NFL fans at it’s core.
In the 21st century world of instant news and insatiable controversial topics, the NFL and its’ network partners are going out of their way to create issues and stories rather than actually report on them. Sapp going after the Steelers is a perfect example of this.
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