PODCAST: Deeper Look ASJ Mess; Bucs-Rams

September 24th, 2016


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The Commish goes deep on the ousting of Austin Seferian-Jenkins, and plenty more on the Bucs-Rams matchup. (Podcast is PG-13.)

Joe hopes you’re enjoying the Monday, Wednesday and Saturday fun from “The Commish,” Justin Pawlowski. (@CommishOnline) The former voice on the Buccaneers Radio Network, WDAE-AM 620, Scout.com and 98.7 FM now has a new home to share his unbridled and intelligent brand of Bucs analysis.



8 Responses to “PODCAST: Deeper Look ASJ Mess; Bucs-Rams”

  1. James Walker Says:

    Ugg. Austin Nefarious-Jenkins.

  2. Mike Johnson Says:

    Don’t spend a lot of time on this fellow Buc fans. ASJ never really wanted to be in Tampa Bay. I..could tell it from day 1 and his nonchalant interviews. His body language has always told the story. A player who plays for a team and he has to be chided, persuaded, pushed..to give his best effort? He’s like a cancer to his team. His heart is not there. Good Riddance!! To hell with Mr. ASJ. He’s gone now. Don’t care if he does well or not. For a guy with his size and ability, he was..soft as hell. He received his wakeup call.
    Next man up. Now, lets Whip LA!

  3. BuccaneEric75 Says:

    I’m not going to say that he didn’t want to be here. I think it goes deeper than that. He just doesn’t love football. He is one of Winstons “why’s”.

  4. BuccaneEric75 Says:

    James Walker, Nefarious…LOL! Nice!

  5. Scott Ledger Says:

    Like the Commish said..failure in the NFL is a neck up thing.

  6. Mike Johnson Says:

    You might be right there BucEric75. One things for sure though about the NFl. There are no fakers. If your heart is not in the game, it will show. No hiding or half stepping with the big boyz. You gotta want it. I think ASJ saw that the NFL was more of a step up than he was willing to give. Its hard work and hard hitting. He flashed here and there to let us know he had great ability but could not maintain it at the level..HE..wanted to play. He did not want to go all out and dig deep. I still thought though, he did not want to play for Tampa. You should not have to push a guy like him with all of that..God given talent.

  7. Brett Says:

    Regarding ‘Uncensored:” I think it’s cool and it adds something to hear ASJ cussing and carrying on and saying what he needs to do in the back of the officer’s car. It shows his state of mind and what are his priorities as he is getting taken to jail. It has journalistic value in this context. Also, it’s really, really funny.

    But all of the extra cussing in these podcasts defeats the purpose of listening. Even though I can’t get enough in depth analysis of the Bucs, and there is some material here, dropping f-bombs while you are trying to make insightful revelations doesn’t quite mesh with me. It’s like trying to listen for angry stupid guy make his debate points.

    I think I’ll mostly be skipping these “uncensored”podcasts, Joe.

    But the ASJ comments in the back of the patrol car were really, really, funny. I’m glad you posted them.

  8. BuccaneEric75 Says:

    MikeJ, I agree.