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Warren Sapp predicting that the Rams they will record more sacks than the Jets QB’s will have completions

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He's a total Douch, and a little exaggerated, but he may not be far from the truth.

The NFL Gameday Morning crew made their bold predictions this morning and the St. Louis Rams were mentioned in both Kurt Warner and Warren Sapp’s predictions. Warner’s prediction wasn’t necessarily the type of prediction that Rams fans were hoping for as he predicts that the Rams vs. Jets game will be the lowest scoring game of the season. Warren Sapp’s prediction was very bold and very good for the Rams, predicting that they will record more sacks than the Jets QB’s will have completions. Go ahead and check out the video as we approach kickoff in St. Louis and as always Go Rams!!!

http://ramblinfan.com/2012/11/18/st-louis-rams-bold-predictions-nfl-gameday-morning/

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its not like the Jets give up a ton of sacks. Sanchez is above average in total sacks allowed and Qb hits (a functional QB would be even lower sack number). this comment would make more sense if the Rams were playing the eagles or the cards. I guess he's saying Mark will have 3 completions?

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from every account ive ever read, warren sapp is a miserable person in real life who hates us regular folk

another random fact: warren sapp gave Johnny Damon a concussion duringa HS football game (FACT)

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