Joe Talks Skins’ Ferguson Mode, Ghost Rules, QB Future, D-Line Surge & More

November 18th, 2014

joe_mug_shotIt was time for the popular “JoeBucsFan Hour” this evening with the dean of Tampa Bay sports radio, Steve Duemig of WDAE-AM 620.

All kinds of topics were on the table.


4 Responses to “Joe Talks Skins’ Ferguson Mode, Ghost Rules, QB Future, D-Line Surge & More”

  1. DallasBuc Says:

    As far as that’s concerned

  2. Fort Myers Dave Says:

    That was actually a laid back session with the Big Dog, the only time I thought the BD was going to go off was on the jerk who lied about the draft to get hi $0.02 on Ferguson; perhaps he should move down the dial to WFLA if he wants political commentary…. As y’all discussed during the hour I guess the big question looming on the horizon is if L&L are going to go after a new qb in next spring’s draft and a secondary one you brought up is Tedford and Arroyo. I really can not believe Tedford would be welcomed back after leaving the Bucs in sucha predicament and Arroyo sticking?!?!? Yeah maybe give him his qb coach position back but OC? C’mon Joe, say it ain’t so about more Arroyo after this December! Good show again, thanks for posting the podcast!

  3. Joe Says:

    Appreciate the kind words Dave.

  4. CAbucsfan Says:

    Joe(s) – I listened to the rebroadcast on iHeart Radio tonight. As soon as the Ferguson comment was made on the show, I cringed. Regardless of what anyone’s personal beliefs are on the grand jury case, to use the name of the town and the very real and very scary tension there as a metaphor for Washington’s fans post-Sunday is in complete and total poor taste. I appreciate the attempt at hyperbole, but I hope that you’ll take more care in the future when making comments/jokes that make reference to current events outside of the football world. Would using Benghazi in a metaphor for football be generally okay? I’m not for being “politically correct” for the sake of being politically correct – and I don’t even think that this falls under that umbrella. The comparison was just in poor taste and lacks respect for the gravity of the situation in Missouri.

    I’ll continue to read the site and I hope that you’ll take this comment to heart.