Joe Talks Bucs Transformation, Houston Hope, Defends Jameis & More

September 24th, 2015
Steve Duemig locks horns with Joe

Steve Duemig locks horns with Joe

It was another steel cage session this evening with the dean of Tampa Bay sports radio, Steve Duemig of WDAE-AM 620, and Joe squaring off.

All kinds of Bucs subjects were on the table, including the rightful optimism of Bucs fans. There was even Connie Chung reference.

Enjoy the full audio below.

5 Responses to “Joe Talks Bucs Transformation, Houston Hope, Defends Jameis & More”

  1. Bucnut2 Says:

    Joes you guys are nuts

  2. Bucs Fan #7423 Says:

    On my tombstone, it will read “If the Offensive Blocks well, we will win”

  3. Buc1987 Says:

    No comment.

  4. bucsbedabest Says:

    Steve Duemig should join this website, he fits right in. Joe – When Steve was comparing Winston to Mallett (Steve was making the case that Mallett is a better QB) and mentioned that Winston was rated 32, you should have told him that Winston is ranked 7th overall by PFF for last week. Ahead of Flacco, Rodgers, Luck, Wilson and Rivers. His NFL QB rating of 114.6 was ranked 9th. Winston was also ranked 12th last week for pass release time at 2.53. The other stat was he had 3.06 time to throw which was ranked 3rd best in NFL. That is a refection of how much time the OL is giving him. I would take Winston over Mallett all day long. Its one thing to have all the media in the country bagging on Winston and the Bucs, it is another to have a home town guy do it.

  5. Lakeland Buc Says:

    The Bucs offensive line has been good, not solid but good. And that’s what you expect from a o-line that starts two rookies. Even if Jameis get pressured 6 times a game, that’s 10% of the plays, we run 60 plays a game. We need to get more out of the plays when he is not being pressured. Every QB in the NFL will face some pressure, no defense will sit back and let a QB pick them apart. I love this team, I think Lovie is doing an excellent job with the young players. This team will only get better, we may be two drafts away from ruling the NFC South for years.