It’s Joe’s weekly high-energy session with the dean of Tampa Bay sports radio, Steve Duemig, of WDAE-AM 620. Joe dove into all kinds of topics this evening during the JoeBucsFan hour. Enjoy!
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Joe slugged it out this afternoon for 90 minutes with the dean of Tampa Bay sports radio, Steve Duemig of WDAE-AM 620. It was a special edition of the normally-on-Wednesday “JoeBucsFan hour.” Joe dove into a wide variety of topics, from the arrogance of the Lions media to the Darrelle Revis-Calvin Johnson matchup, the buzz of the Bucs locker room, and much more. Enjoy!
Truly fantastic in-depth interview here with Lions radio analyst Jim Branstatter on WDAE-AM 620 this morning. If you want to know what it takes to beat the Lions on Sunday, this is a great listen.
Branstatter explains that Calvin Johnson can be stopped but there is a cost. He dives into how the Lions are using Reggie Bush effectively, and much more, including detailing what Ndamukong Suh is producing. “He’s a still a big force.” Enjoy!
It’s Joe’s weekly podcast with radio veteran Ronnie Lane of WDAE-AM 620 and the Buccaneers Radio Network. Enjoy!
Enjoy Joe’s must-listen, high-octane weekly Wednesday hour with the dean of Tampa Bay sports radio, Steve Duemig, of WDAE-AM 620.
There’s lots of love for Mike Glennon from NFL Network analyst and longtime general manager Charley Casserly. Speaking on WDAE-AM 620 today on his view of Glennon, and how the Bucs evaluate their quarterback, Casserly said, “I think we got one” and Glennon looks worthy of building around.
However, if the Bucs land in the very top tier of the NFL Draft, Casserly said, then it would be wise to draft a QB because of the critical nature of the position and the restrictions of the rookie salary cap. Twelve Glennon starts in 2013, Casserly said, just won’t be enough to thoroughly make a call on whether he’s a franchise QB.
Joe is encouraged by what Glennon has been able to accomplish as a third-round pick thrust into a mess, but Joe’s got to see a whole heck of a lot more to not draft a QB come May. There’s just two much QB talent in this draft. (Enjoy the full Casserly interview below.)
Want to experience the rare happy Bucs postgame locker room? Joe has that for you, along with his friends at WDAE-AM 620 and the Buccaneers Radio Network.
Here the voices of victorious rejoicing from defensive end Da’Quan Bowers, safety Dashon Goldson, running back Bobby Rainey, defensive tackle Gerald McCoy, linebacker Lavonte David, center Jeremy Zuttah, running back Brian Leonard, linebacker Adam Heyward, cornerback Darrelle Revis, quarterback Mike Glennon and offensive tackle Donald Penn.
Additionally, there is a chat with Bucs commander Greg Schiano.
As always, audio is courtesy of Joe’s good friends at WDAE-AM 620 and the Buccaneers Radio Network.
It’s Joe’s weekly podcast with Ronnie Lane of WDAE-AM 620, who’s also one of the smooth tones of the Buccaneers Radio Network. Joe touches on a variety of topics, from the meaning of Jamon Meredith, Schiano decisions, Mike James, and more.
Several Bucs talked the past two days at One Buc Palace about the upcoming Monday Night Football showdown with the Dolphins. Naturally, Joe’s good friends at WDAE-AM 620 were there to get all sorts of audio.
Among those talking were linebacker Mason Foster, defensive tackle Gerald McCoy, offensive tackle Demar Dotson, running back Mike James, guard Davin Joseph, safety Dashon Goldson, quarterback Mike Glennon, cornerback Johnthan Banks, running back Doug Martin, offensive tackle Donald Penn, defensive tackle Akeem Spence, linebacker Jonathan Casillas and defensive lineman Steven Means.
As always, audio courtesy of Joe’s good friends at WDAE-AM 620.
Everyone knows Bucs former Pro Bowl guard Davin Joseph is returning from massive knee surgery (Cadillac Williams’ style and worse) about 15 months ago, plus a staph infection earlier this year.
He hasn’t been very good, but Joseph was improved along with his linemates on Sunday. Asked today about how he’s playing, Joseph gave himself a modest grade.
“Performance-wise, probably about 80 percent,” Joseph said. ” I still feel like I’m messing up on little things, little things that can really help us be a better team. You just gotta do better.”
Joseph went on to attribute his grade to part technique/part rust from a full season off.
Frankly, Joe hopes that’s the case with Joseph. If he’s largely healthy but rusty and off on some fine points, then that’s all correctable. That means he should have a strong second half and be ready for 2014. If Joseph’s just getting old, he turns 30 this month, then there’s no legal fix for that.
Enjoy today’s full interview of Joseph below via 620wdae.com.
The leader of the New Schiano Order issued strong praise for his leaders on the roster and the coaching staff for keeping the Bucs focused and battling hard when the whistle blows.
Speaking at One Buc Palace today, Schiano said he’s got no “woe is me” attitude in him, and that he might even have to be more upbeat in the face of adversity. Schiano had plenty of other positives to share about his receiving corps and the future of his offense. Yes, the Bucs are still 0-8.
You can hear all Schiano’s words via the 620wdae.com audio below:
NBC Sports Network NFL analyst and former Bucs quarterback Shaun King said he went very deep into coach’s film (aka the all-22) from the Bucs-Seahawks game Sunday and came away flummoxed.
Speaking on WDAE-AM 620 today with Ron Diaz and Ian Beckles, King, one of three QBs to lead Tampa Bay to the NFC Championship game, said he waves the white flag when it comes to figuring out what the Bucs did on defense in the final 30 minutes.
“If you can tell me what they’re playing on defense half the plays in the second half, you’re smarter than me. Because I have no idea what they’re doing,” King said.
Anyone care to enlighten King in Joe’s comments section below? Perhaps it’s a good thing if the New Schiano Order defense is so complex and undecipherable?
You can catch King’s full interview below. For a great and laugh-inducing take on the Dolphins’ hazing scandal, fast-forward to 4:10 of the audio.
It was explosive tonight as Joe went toe to toe with the dean of Tampa Bay sports radio, Steve Duemig of WDAE-AM 620, on the hot Bucs topics of the day. Hopefully, Joe will be invited back for next week’s Wednesday JoeBucsFan hour. Enjoy.
What happens when you put Tampa Bay sports radio icon Steve Duemig and Joe in the same studio to talk all things Bucs for an hour?
Find out today at 5 p.m. on WDAE-AM 620. The Wednesday “JoeBucsFan Hour” rolls on. You don’t want to miss this. And now Joe follows an hour of Duemig and Bucs icon Derrick Brooks talking all things football at 4 p.m. It’s must-listen radio for football fans!