Talking All Things Arron Sears

March 12th, 2010

The Radio Network takes on all things Arron Sears

Joe and former Bucs defensive end Steve White kick around the often taboo subject of Arron Sears.

Settle in. This is a fun ride.

The conversation is heated. Power running schemes, public relations, the TMZ media, hitting people in the mouth, Sears as a right tackle? — no stone is left unturned.

Some Friday night fun on the Radio Network.



9 Responses to “Talking All Things Arron Sears”

  1. jlynch1340 Says:

    Get Sears plugged back in at left guard and dont worry about our right tackle get a tight end that can block instead of raping coeds!Trueblood is a bad ass ,how about a little coaching him out of some of his mistakes??

  2. Kyle Says:

    How about putting Zuttah at right tackle I’m sure he won’t false start as much as the BC boy

  3. Scott Says:

    Joe, I listen to all my talk radio via podcasts. I never sit at the computer and listen to audio. Why don’t you provide a downloadable version of your show on mp3 so I, and I presume many others, can download it?

  4. admin Says:

    Joe here,

    Scott – Thanks for the feedback. That will be coming soon, as well as everything will be archived for easy access.

  5. Mr. Bates Says:

    not to worry guys – I sepnt the better part of the off season teaching Aaron my “new” offensive system.

    Since the Bucs didn’t want my defensive scheme I thought I’d do the opposite and run a O-line. Aaron was very co-operateive. Just wait and see.

  6. Radio Mushmouth Says:

    We need trueblood out there . He’s the only guy on our entire team with a little nasty in him.

    Trueblood fights for his teammates, Sears disappears for an entire year(literally) and leaves them with a hole. We need more Truebloods’ and less Sears’. Get your head out of your proverbial asses, people.

  7. BigMacAttack Says:

    I say, I say, boy you’re doing it all wrong!
    That boy’s about as sharp as a bowling ball.

  8. RastaMon Says:

    trade his azz….

  9. Scott Says:

    Thanks Joe!

    I come for the content and stay for the customer service….