Joe understands it’s a habit of some Bucs fans to rag on left tackle Donovan Smith. [read more]
Folks like to use the word “continuity” like it is some magic elixir. It’s an empty word. [read more]
Tampa Bay’s only Hall of Fame voter pens columns for JoeBucsFan.com Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday, and churns out his popular podcasts Tuesdays and Thursdays. Enjoy as Ira shares some of his chat today with Tony Dungy.
BY IRA KAUFMAN
I had the pleasure of Tony Dungy’s company at breakfast Friday morning for an in-depth discussion about John Lynch’s demanding role in that iconic Buc defense.
More on that subject in later columns, but I also had the opportunity to get a Hall of Fame coach’s thoughts on the current state of the Buccaneers and Jameis Winston’s leadership skills. [read more]
The question of the day was whether Mike Smith’s new contract included an agreement that he wouldn’t/couldn’t seek a head coaching job this time next year. [read more]
Tight end Cameron Brate isn’t just unique because he graduated from Harvard and caught a whopping, record-book-rattling eight touchdowns last season. [read more]
Is it really possible that a Buccaneer could watch the playoffs this weekend and cheer for a division rival? [read more]
Look, Joe’s not blind. There is no question the Bucs need a starting receiver. Badly. [read more]
Round 2 of the playoffs is here! Todd breaks down your offensive options for full postseason leagues and daily fantasy in action this Saturday and Sunday.
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Fans let out a collective sigh of relief last night, if not raised a glass, to what may become the best Bucs offseason move, when it was learned Mike Smith pulled his name out of the running to be head coach of the
San Diego Los Angeles Chargers and remain in Tampa. [read more]
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Joe wanted to let things simmer a bit last night after the thrilling news (selfishly) that Bucs defensive coordinator Mike Smith is staying in Tampa Bay. [read more]
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Roger Goodell claims Dean Spanos did everything he could to keep the Chargers in San Diego. You mean he couldn’t have built a new stadium himself? [NFL]
Saints safety Kenny Vaccaro claims he didn’t know Adderall was a banned PED. C’mon! [PFT]
Ray Lewis now counsels Odell Beckham. [CBS Sports]
Deshaun Watson and… the Bears? [BSPN]
Should robots be granted legal status? [RT]
Why coastal elites loathe the football-loving rubes in flyover country. [New York Post]
This sounds as if it would be a cumbersome conversation with your supervisor at work. Especially if your supervisor is a woman. [Uproxx]
Obama’s mongrel dog bites girl in the face resulting in stitches. [TMZ]
Donald Trump’s “Cadillac One” sounds badarse. [Autoweek]
It smells like Mike Smith took one look at the train wreck that will be the Chargers this year — and in the near future — and bolted to Team Glazer’s office asking them to sweeten the pot in Tampa so he could stomach passing on the L.A. head coaching gig. [read more]