Dirk Koetter & Jason Licht Want To Float

March 17th, 2017


Ira Kaufman, aka The Custodian of Canton, pens columns for JoeBucsFan.com every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and his award-winning podcast rolls twice per week. Kaufman spends most of his salary on Bette Midler records, tennis gear, and Dubonnet. 

BY IRA KAUFMAN

The man who holds the clipboard sometimes holds the fate of a franchise in his hands.

On paper, the departure of Mike Glennon might be viewed as inconsequential because Jameis Winston’s backup didn’t attempt a single pass in 2015 and tossed only 11 footballs last fall. [read more]

Bucs Go Cornerback In The First Round?

March 17th, 2017

A play in the Pac-12?

One of the most level-headed, reasoned and seasoned draft analysts has the Bucs going cornerback in the first round next month. [read more]

FANTASY PODCAST: Immediate Impact Of Eddie Lacy, Latavius Murray & Brandon Cooks Moves, And More

March 17th, 2017

The immediate fantasy impact of Eddie Lacy, Latavius Murray and Brandin Cooks changing teams are all big topics for Todd today. Also, Todd offers an opinion on Brock Osweiler that is independent of his contract and a take on why Jamaal Charles and Adrian Peterson remain without new homes.

The Todd Wright Fantasy Football Podcast rolls right here every Friday morning, and you can find it on iTunes here. … And don’t forget to visit JoeBucsFan.com/golf for info on Todd’s April 1 golf event.

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ConteHate Is Real

March 17th, 2017

Irks Bucs fans.

The level of ConteHate is blowing Joe’s mind. [read more]

Ira Talks Free Agency Tiers, Market Changes, Chris Baker, Safety Realities, Team Glazer & Cornerstones, Backup QB & More

March 17th, 2017

He’s back! Enjoy this special Friday edition of the Ira Kaufman Podcast, captained by the Custodian of Canton, Tampa Bay’s only Hall of Fame voter. All kinds of Bucs topics are on the table, as always. Listen now by clicking or downloading above. And remember, you can also listen (and subscribe) at iTunes and Podbean.com. Enjoy!

Not Sold On DJax

March 17th, 2017

Statheads suggest bad chemistry.

The numberscrunchers are really great at one thing: sucking the life and joy out of sports. [read more]

“Significant Loss”

March 17th, 2017

“Significant loss.”

Joe doesn’t understand the fetish some folks have for backups. [read more]

Morning Cup Of Joe

March 17th, 2017

Could John Elway draft Joe Mixon? [PFT] [read more]

Lovie Endorses Mike Glennon

March 16th, 2017

Flip-flopper Lovie Smith

If there exists a person who has no right to endorse Mike Glennon as the Bears starting quarterback, it’s the guy who benched him twice. [read more]

Finding An Edge Rush

March 16th, 2017

Talks Bucs draft.

While Joe is focused on running backs and wide receivers in the draft because Joe is fully convinced the Bucs will draft at those two positions next month (who and what round is a different story), that doesn’t mean other areas of the team should be neglected. [read more]

Dontari Poe, Chris Baker, Falcons & Jason Licht

March 16th, 2017

New Bucs defensive tackle Chris Baker

The Bucs hunted big game in free agency this year, as in a defensive tackle with serious size and salary.

But did they pick the right one? [read more]

DeSean Jackson Talks Interception Prevention

March 16th, 2017

Stunning talk

The Bucs’ new big-money receiver, nine-year veteran DeSean Jackson, made one hell of a bold claim on WDAE-AM 620 last week. [read more]

Ira Kaufman Podcast — Special O-Line Edition

March 16th, 2017

Wild week for the Ira Kaufman Podcast. A few curveballs have been thrown. Today, the “Joes” of JoeBucsFan.com take command, but Ira is still cranking out two podcasts this week, Friday and Sunday. Listen now by clicking or downloading above. And remember, you can also listen (and subscribe) at iTunes and Podbean.com. Enjoy!

Dalvin Cook “Close”

March 16th, 2017

Possibility not far-fetched.

It seems like a number of Bucs fans are unaware teams can actually trade up in the first round for a player they want. [read more]