“That Would Be A Dumb Decision”

April 19th, 2017

Too toxic?

The Joe Mixon debate rages in the Tampa Bay community.

Mixon, the notorious Oklahoma woman-puncher, gets folks worked up — both positively and negatively — no matter what team they root for.

Bucs fans especially wig out about Mixon because the Bucs are running-back-needy, and it sure smells like the Bucs will draft a running back in the first two days of the draft.

Mixon potentially is the most talented, a complete back who can run and catch. He would never have to come off the field. That is, if he isn’t locked up for blasting another innocent woman in the grill.

Yesterday, heard on WDAE-AM 620, on-air personality Tom Krasniqi heard the words from Bucs AC/DC-loving general manager Jason Licht, who wouldn’t say Mixon is off the draft board of the Bucs. Krasniqi believes Mixon is toxic and Licht should put to rest any notion of him wearing pewter and red.

“I don’t think there is any way you should touch that guy,” Krasniqi said. “Especially in the second round. Running back is not a value position. It’s not a quarterback. It’s not a left tackle. It’s not a pass rusher. It’s not a cornerback.

“And there are so many running backs in this draft. Don’t get sucked in by [Mixon’s talent].

“I think it would be irresponsible for any team to take Joe Mixon in the first round. … I just think that would be a dumb decision to take him in the first round. The ability is there, there is no question about that.”

As Joe has stated, it would be a major surprise if Licht drafted Mixon, just going on history alone. Licht had every chance in the world to sign documented woman abuser Greg Hardy for a Bucs team that cried out for help and defensive end. Licht wouldn’t touch Hardy because of his past.

And whether one likes it or not, that video of Mixon rearranging that poor girl’s face forcing her to facial reconstructive surgery is never going to vanish.

To hear the full Mixon conversation between Krasniqi and his co-host Ronnie Lane, click the arrow below. Audio courtesy of Joe’s friends at WDAE-AM 620.

87 Responses to ““That Would Be A Dumb Decision””

  1. Buccaneer scotty Says:

    Puff Puff pass!

  2. Architek Says:

    I trust whatever Mr Licht believe is the best player to help us become a better team. I don’t believe TKras is qualified to make decisions for a football team. He talk to spark debate as he should, that’s his job. But football matters belong to football qualified and if they select Mixon then he was vetted and will help the team win more games this season.

  3. Joeypoppems Says:

    I litterally just said this on yesterdays Cook article Lol.

    But, with Licht suggesting Mixon is still on their board. And Booger mentioning that there is an interest in Mixon. And Licht made a comment about not considering fans opinions when drafting…..

    Maybe Mixon is in play?

  4. Eric Says:

    Ok now I consider the source TAZZNickie!!! Enough said some screaming jack rabbit has an opinion!!!

  5. Fred E. Buc Says:

    As I’ve said before, pass on Mixon. He has crossed the line…any reasonable line for meeting a basic human standard, not just an acceptable player/professional standard. Everybody deserves a second chance, right? Wrong. Not necessarily. This wasn’t a DUI or drunk in public thing. With what Mixon did, he’s the kind of guy that is even hated in prison; a coward. If someone out there thinks Mixon is ready to get a second chance, fine, I wish him well. Let THEM take him. Let them put the women in their communities at risk. Let them have this monsters hanging out in cafes with their daughters. We can find a running back that can be productive and not be a violent criminal or have a broken down body. And I don’t buy the “That’s why the Bucs won’t win a SB” because they don’t want guys like Mixon around.

  6. Joeypoppems Says:

    I also like how in this same quote, Krasniqi says “Running Back is not a value position”

    So lets go get one in the 1st round. Heck even trade up for one….. Logic!

  7. DislocatedBucsFan Says:

    I’ll pass. I understand we do dumb things when we are young, but history has a tendency to repeat itself. I would wager that his immaturity and irresponsibility will continue moving forward. I’m not liking the two RB’s that are garnering this much attention for the bucs. Joe has said enough about Mixon above, and the other has had repeated shoulder surgeries. BPA seems more logical.

  8. Joeypoppems Says:

    Also, would Licht back off of Hardy because of his past or did he have reason to believe that Hardy would get into more trouble?

    Is it really that crazy to think that Mixon’s incident was an isolated incident and not who he is?

    Joe saying “That is, if he isn’t locked up for blasting another innocent woman in the grill.” leads me to believe that Joe thinks he is Greg Hardy 2.0, which I disagree with, but oh well.

  9. redblud Says:

    Joe, you wrongfully slandering this man and calling this non innocent woman innocent. This shows your ignorance, and you inability to cover a story about a player in a non biased fashion. I will no longer frequent your site. This actually come off as possibly a little bit, or maybe a whole lot, as racist. It’s even worse when the tape clearly disputes you view of things. I hope you enjoy the glass house your ignorant ass lives in.

  10. redblud Says:

    *your and *your

  11. 1sparkybuc Says:

    You want national attention for your team and a dependable ground attack. Draft Mixon at 19. He has to know any incident could end his career in the NFL. Between Mixon and Hard Knocks the Bucs would be talked about in every corner of the planet. We let Blount get away. We now have to the opportunity to get an effective and durable RB. Get him. Sometimes it takes an asshole to get the job done. Just do it.

  12. Since '76 Says:

    WR / TE #1 then RB#2 (not Mixon) and the steal of the entire draft, Joe Williams, RB Utah in the 5th or 6th.

  13. LUVMYBUCS Says:

    Per: JoeBucsFan
    May 31st, 2016 ← Reflection a year later

    It seemed the Bucs and the Cowboys were down to the final two teams interested in Hardy. It sure looked like Bucs AC/DC-loving general manager Jason Licht got tired of being used by Hardy’s agent, oily Drew Rosenhaus, as leverage to up the ante and price tag for Jerry Jones. The Cowboys signed Hardy after Licht threw in the towel.

    Sounds like Licht did purse Hardy “BEFORE” he signed with the Cowboys.
    After he blow up on the Cowboys coaching staff, and DV photo release.
    He decided to go another direction.

  14. Josh Says:

    Didn’t Jason Licht offer Gregg Hardy a contract but he chose the Cowboys?

  15. Ndog Says:

    Again watching his tape and even forgetting the punch I just don’t see it with this guy. I guess I’m the only one but just watch he will be average at best in the NFL.

  16. LUVMYBUCS Says:

    I vaguely remember (RB) Maurice Jones-Drew was arrested for some big melee inside restaurant – before the 2006 draft. He drafted stock dropped
    And he was eventually Drafted in the 2nd round.

    If I recall MarShawn Lynch (though he was never charged) was investigated for sexual assault before the 2007 draft. His girlfriend at the time – was even granted a temporary 100-yard restraining order.

  17. tdtb2015 Says:

    I doubt Licht would not take advantage of all the talent in this draft and not make the most of it.

    Cook, McCaffrey, stud DT or DE not available @ 19th:

    Trade down Licht! Marlon Mack is our RB.

    Solidify our foundation.

    Go Bucs!!!

  18. LUVMYBUCS Says:

    If the kid passes the sniff test – Draft’em – our locker room is strong enough.
    After a few touchdowns runs – the community will come around.
    I mean I still see “TONS” of Sapp Jersey’s – so lets not be hypocrites.

  19. LUVMYBUCS Says:

    In for all the folks who can’t forgive a childs dumb mistake.
    There’s nothing out there- that says this kid is a serial woman beater.
    No ex girlfriends are coming out the wood works – saying ME too.
    No indication from highschool Principles, Councelors, or Coaches that he was a problem.

    Its been the complete opposite – EVERYONE is supporting the kid.
    Everone is saying he’s a good kid – that made a piss poor judgement.

    So once again – if he passes the sniff test draft’em.
    Cause there’s no denying – that this kid can ball.

  20. LUVMYBUCS Says:

    Barry Switzer Says DRAFT JOE MIXON … Trust Me, I Was Right About Randy Mosshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cTmJgcQiOyk

  21. LUVMYBUCS Says:

    NFL Network’s Deion Sanders and Heath Evans discuss running back Joe Mixonhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DjUA20gSJu4

  22. Bobby M. Says:

    Mixon could be an Ezekiel Elliot type player…or Lawrence Philips. Just based on the one incident, the young man deserves a 2nd chance. However it doesn’t seem like he interviews well and may require “handlers” off the field. Whatever Licht’s process is for judging character, it’s solid and we’ll be good either way

  23. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    If she had been a guy, it would have been self defense. Obviously, the judge was biased, as he did not stick to the letter of the law, but rather went with popular opinion.

    People can talk about how a man should never intentionally strike a woman, but the truth is that these days there are women who deserve it.

    I have never done so, but I have known a couple women who needed a good smack, just as there are men that do. They insist on being treated as equals. They assault men who should have the right to defend themselves.

    Joe Mixon was insulted, threatened, shoved and then hit by this woman before he struck her. Self defense.

    And let us not forget, it happened years ago. He has not gotten into trouble since.


    Drafting him should be because he’s as good as they say on the field, and I don’t fully believe he is. I would not hate him being picked on day three, which, regardless of predictions, I think he will slide that far.

  24. FLBoyInDallas Says:

    Funny how Joe directly contradicts his own reporting from last year. The Bucs were doing their best to sign Hardy and the only reason it didn’t happen was because he wanted to play for Dallas and his slimy agent (Rosenhaus) was just using the Bucs to drive the price up. If he’d given a level playing field to the Bucs he’d be wearing pewter with digital clock numbers right now. So no, Mixon hasn’t been ruled out. That much is obvious.

  25. Arealbucsfan Says:

    Way off topic, but Aaron Hernandez jus committed suicide

  26. LUVMYBUCS Says:

    Bobby M.

    Lawerence Phillips had a loooooong Juvenile record.
    He was a serial woman beater. So I wouldnt take it to that extreme.
    But even non offenders – people with no prior records.
    Commit some of the most heinous crimes – everday.
    So you never know.

  27. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    Personally, I like the idea of taking James Conner on the third day. He is a pounding, short yardage back like Alstott who can pass block AND catch the ball.

    Perfect replacement for Luke Stocker. Rework Martin’s deal, then sign Peterson. Maybe Peterson will turn Martin around.

    I would understand replacing Martin, in fact I prefer it, but I don’t think his drug incident should be the reason unless it continues. As I said before he got paid, Martin is better when he has to prove himself.

    Even if we draft a RB, I would sign Peterson. He’s a perfect rolemodel and example.

  28. tnew Says:

    I’ve tried to convince myself that he would be a good use of a first round pick and I just can’t. This is without the punch. His tape is good, but not great by a long shot. What Cook and McCaffery do is just better for the modern NFL. I firmly believe that he is the third or fourth best back in the draft (I like his skill set better than Fournette, but Fournette is a throwback and won’t make it past 4). His tape is really, really good but its far from great. His physical traits are very special. However, he looks all the world like a very end of first round to mid second round player. This is without the punch. Guys you must realize, this is now a pass heavy league. Its not going back. The NFL wants less runs.. why, not as visually exciting, more difficult for the average fan to appreciate, less concussions and speeds the game up. How does the NFL phase this out.. easy, make holding on run plays an increased point of emphasis and deemphasize holding on pass plays. It IS happening.

    Sooooo, with that RB at 1 makes very little sense, unless you truly believe Cook or McCaffery are the next Faulk or Tomlinson.

    My thought is still for this draft first selection should be defensive line. Go pick out your favorite. Mine is Malik McDowell, we can sit down and evaluate tape.

    All being said I think the card the Commish will read will be … Dalvin Cook.

  29. LUVMYBUCS Says:

    NFL Media Draft Analyst Bucky Brooks on Joe

  30. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    Defensive line or safety in round one.

  31. tdtb2015 Says:

    @BB How about walking away and filing charges against the attacker male or female. Do you have to get down to their level??? Is your ego in charge or you?
    Adults know the difference.

    He was young and deserves a second chance.

    I would not gamble on Mixon.

    Go Bucs!!!

  32. DallasBuc Says:

    There hasn’t been a Dalvin Cook article or Dalvin Cook photo associated with a random article in at least four days. I’m starting to worry that JBF is taking DallasBuc criticism to heart?!

  33. DallasBuc Says:

    Make Mixon a Buc

  34. LUVMYBUCS Says:

    Drafting Players with Major Character Concers (BUCS)

    (2015) 1st Round – Jameis Winston
    (2016) 2nd Round – Noah Spence
    (2017) 2nd Round – Joe Mixon ??

    By Hook – Or By Crook. I just wanna win.

  35. LUVMYBUCS Says:

    *Drafting Players w/ Major Character Concerns (BUCS)

  36. Rrsrq Says:

    Innocent… until you walk in a mans shoes at his age, how can you condemn him as this is who he is. Licht and company have turned every stone over, if they draft him it is because he made a mistake, he is not defined by that mistake, only in public opinion

  37. Kobe Faker Says:

    Dont think Licht and Koetter think there jobs are safe

    This is a proof it year for both, and they know it

    Licht knows playoffs equal contract extention

    They wanted HBO to make their decision ASAP BEFORE the draft,

    Because #25 is coming to tampa.

    1 Buc Mole

  38. WhatdaBUCisthis Says:

    Make Mixon a BUC

  39. DallasBuc Says:

    Make Mixon a Buc

  40. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    tdtb2015 Says
    “@BB How about walking away and filing charges against the attacker male or female. Do you have to get down to their level??? Is your ego in charge or you?
    Adults know the difference.”

    It doesn’t really matter what we would do, what matters is what actually happened. It did happen so the judge should have ruled according to the established laws. He did not. He ruled according to popular opinion.

    According to established laws, Mixon was justified and permitted to defend himself.

    What we would do would be the popular opinion, but it is not the established law.

    The judge was biased, and had Mixon appealed to a higher court, he would have probably won.

  41. Cash Says:

    Who cares what Tom Kras whatever thinks… he does not have a draft pick nor does he have the moral credibility to judge anyone else’s character. I don’t care if they draft him or not but i hope it is a decision based on merit and not condemning a young man for making an impulse decision to defend himself when attacked by a drunken racist girl who thought she could slap and spit on another human being while calling him the N-word and not get clapped back.

  42. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    The law does not care about the abilities of the person assaulting another. It cares about the actions and perceived intentions. As I said, the woman insulted, THREATENED, shoved and then STRUCK Mixon. So she threatened to assualt and then carried out the assault.

    So, according to the established laws of this nation, he was justified. The judge was wrong.

  43. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    If anything, I don’t mind the public judgment because it will make him slide a lot further than people believe, but the team that takes him should do so because of his abilities and potential. The video should not be the only factor, and the only reason it should be any at all is because it calls into question a possible tendency to act without thinking…so that aspect should be explored.

    So far as being abusive, its worth questioning him about, but he has not done anything like it since and it was a first time incident that happened years ago. The only reason it is still talked about is the video keeps it fresh.

  44. BuccoDav Says:

    How do we know that this “innocent woman” doesn’t self identify as a man?
    Has anyone investigated this? Aren’t we supposed to be a gender neutral society?
    JK. LMAO!
    But seriously, I’m not advocating for Mixon, but she is certainly not “innocent” in this.

  45. LUVMYBUCS Says:


    February 21st, 2015 at 5:03 pm ←
    David Johnson would be a solid back for the Air Coryell system

    Before the 2015 drafted – I made several post concering David Johnson.
    I thought he be the perfect fit – for our version of the Coryell offense.

    Joe Mixon fits same mold.

  46. LUVMYBUCS Says:

    I thought he would be – the perfect fit – for our version of the Coryell offense.

  47. Kobe Faker Says:

    2016 tyreek hill = 2017 joe mixon

    Koetter is close with andy reid. Im sure he got alot of eedback from fat andy with tyreek hill. Lol kc wants mixon also

    “Winning covers alot of sins = NFL”

    1 Buc Mole

  48. Kobe Faker Says:


    Agreed best comparison, but Mixon has an extra gear than johnson.

    You have to run inside between the tackles in the new NFL….and you have to have the frame to handle +20 carries per game

    Chuck muncie could catch and run in those days…unstoppable…

    Jefferson was little Kobes fav receiver

  49. KYBUCFAN Says:

    You have got to be kidding me!?!?! Innocent girl??!! Now i don’t approve of ANY man putting his hands on a woman, don’t consider you a man if you do!!! But since when was putting your hands on a grown, spitting on, and yelling racial slurs towards another human being considered innocent?!?!?!? Oh that’s right, some of yall still don’t consider us human…SMMFH!!!

  50. tdtb2015 Says:

    @ BB

    Is up to Licht to decide whether he has a different character now or not. Its a gamble. He got it right with Jameis. I’m glad he did.

    In Licht We Trust!!!

  51. Buc1987 Says:

    KYBUCFAN…it’s already been explained and that word “innocent” is what get “some”of you riled up. I don’t care if she gave him an uppercut and kicked him the face while he was down. There’s no justification, therefore she’s innocent.

  52. Doit Bucs Says:

    Off the field, off the field, how many players in the pass worked out great in the NFL with off the field things? Off the field I believe we have a lot of pass and percent players that have and are working out good on the field that had questions off the field. Mixon just has it on filmed if every other player with off the field got caught on film. I believe you could not even show it on TV. This is more about it being caught on film then what he did. I hate what he did but I also believe in giving him a second chance like the hinders off other players in the NFL. I like to see the buds take defense in the 1st round and Nixon in the 2nd round. I believe the bucs have done there homework and I trust they will do wants right for the team.

  53. WhatdaBUCisthis Says:

    Oh that’s right, some of yall still don’t consider us human…SMMFH!!!

    Ouch. 😱😱

  54. LUVMYBUCS Says:

    Those early Fout years – to this day – some of the best Offensive football – I’ve ever seen.

    Ottis Anderson would be another solid comparison

  55. LUVMYBUCS Says:


  56. Blake_bucsfan Says:

    Agree with you there Luv, Joe Mixon is the same mold of player that David Johnson and Lev Bell are.

  57. Dreambig Says:

    If Licht chooses to give Mixon a second chance and draft him, then so be it. I’ll reluctantly support him. We don’t have enough on that video to fully judge what happened, we don’t know what happened outside, we don’t have audio to know what was really said. What we do know is Mixon followed them inside and initiated the confrontation inside the cafe. We don’t know what he said that caused her to react the way she did. Maybe he was such an ass that he deserved for her to come at him the way she did. Maybe she was out of control and overly agressive. We just don’t really know. But come on guys, how many women have you known in your life that could seriously hurt you with a push and a slap. We do ten times worse to each other in any physical sporting event then that girl is capable of delivering. Is it ok to punch a 12 year old boy in the face if he hits you? I know I am way out of modern day political correctness here but give me a break. You don’t punch those weaker than you in the face. If your doing that after elementary school you are a serious loser!!!!!! Stand up! Man up! Be a credit to your gender and don’t pretend its ok to physically abuse those weaker than you.

  58. German Buc Says:

    If he’s there in round 4 take him. At that price, it’s worth the gamble.

  59. Dreambig Says:

    How sad it is that this is even a debate. It used to be a given that men don’t treat women that way. It was ingrained in us as children from a very young age. The fact that some of you guys defend his actions show how completely jumbled and twisted our ethical fiber has become. Its mind blowing.

  60. Buc1987 Says:

    The girl. The girl.

    The girl didn’t even make it past the first round.


  61. LUVMYBUCS Says:


    From working Odd end jobs


    I’ve witnessed 1st hand – plenty of women – that can do some damage.
    Their not all delicate little flowers.

  62. Dreambig Says:

    I hear you luvmybucs. I know they are not all wall flowers but its generally not even close to equal and men should have higher principles.

  63. stu Says:


  64. Buc1987 Says:

    Amelia Molitor, the woman punched by former Oklahoma RB Joe Mixon in a Norman restaurant in July 2014, told police after the altercation that it was the result of her refusing sexual advancements by Mixon and his friends, according to a video released by Norman Police Thursday.


  65. NJBucFan Says:

    The Joe Mixon love is insane, even without the character issues. Have people actually watched him play other than a few highlight runs?

    For a guy that is 6’1 225, he runs with little to no power. He runs upright like Fournette and Peterson but lacks the power they do, and he dances at the LoS, at 6’1 225. Almost every positive yardage run and certainly every highlight run he had was with no one even near making contact with him until the 2nd level.

    He is at best an upgrade to Charles Sims as a 3rd down back, possibly a downgrade because I don’t think I’ve ever seen Mixon even attempt to block a pass rusher. He’s more electric than Sims in the open field, I’ll give him that, but otherwise he doesn’t bring anything else to the table.

  66. tmaxcon Says:

    Bucs clearly don’t care about character they’ve had a quitter / fraud DT as the face of the franchise for 5 plus years… The locker room cancer with a smile who has no desire to win must go. Make Mixon a buc and flush the toilet on cancer93

  67. KYBUCFAN Says:

    Buc1987…No justification??? Innocent??? Are you f*cking serious? Again i don’t approve of it and say he ‘could’ have chosen a different route! Hell i’ve even stepped in on several occasions and stopped a few men from striking a woman when the situation occurred in my presence no matter if the woman was right or wrong! But because she is a ‘woman’ doesn’t give her the right to spit on, call racial names, or especially touch another human being with the intentions of causing them harm!!! What ever happened to the right to protect yourself?!?! I bet that if she would have known/thought seriously that would be his reaction she wouldn’t have done it! What ever happened to facing the consequences of your actions?! Just because its’ not what you expected doesnt mean there won’t be any!

  68. bucNation Says:

    wife beater he got accused in high school too

  69. Dreambig Says:

    Kybucfan, let me get your point of view straight. If Mixon is sexually harassing her, like she is saying in the link 1987 posted above, and she gets upset and calls him a racial name, it’s ok for him to bust her in the face, or if she pushes him and slaps him to get him away from her, its ok to deck her? Like I said above, strange ethics indeed.

  70. Mojiska Says:

    Anyone saying the kid doeant have power, watch the tape again. I wouldnt say he has power in the way fournette and peterson have or alstott did, but he has a lot of broken tackles. He does a good job at not giving people a good clean shot and runs thru arm tackles. You dont need brute strength power to be able to run between the tackles. He really reminds me of leveon bell when he runs. With that said, 1st round would be bad. 2nd or preferably 3rd. Honestly i think he is in play in the 2nd. Look at licht history in the 2nd. A lot of ballsy moves on either character guys (spence and ASJ), small schools (ali marpet) and positions (aguayo). Not all worked, but his motto seems to say that he thinks 2nd round is where you can gamble on a guy that could be a bust (ASJ) or could be an all pro (marpet is on the way).

  71. Bucsfanman Says:

    The better man walks away! It is really THAT simple.
    I hope I’m in the same zip code as one of you a$$holes that think hitting a woman is OK. That’s all I’m going to say!

  72. KYBUCFAN Says:

    Bucsfanman…That directed toward anyone in particular?!

  73. David Says:

    Just say No.

    Mixon is a POS.
    Must draw the line somewhere.

  74. Joeypoppems Says:

    I never knew of that high school accusation. Now that there seems to be a bit more of a history of Mixon having these issues, it definitely changes my opinion.

    I will still pull for him to turn it around and learn and grow from this….. just hopefully he does it somewhere other than Tampa Bay.

  75. LUVMYBUCS Says:


    “I know for a fact he threw my daughter to the ground and hit her,” Hernandez said in the report. “I went to the school and…they hid him in the office. He got no punishment. The police even came. I was escorted off the campus as if I did something wrong.


    Per Adam Schaffer:

    “Nothing happened in high school … The teams that have asked us about it and have fully done their homework are aware of that.” Schaffer called reports of Mixon doing so are “shameful,” ” irresponsible,” and “unprofessional.” says Mixon addressed the rumors w/teams

  76. LUVMYBUCS Says:

    Peter Schaffer

  77. BigHogHaynes Says:

    This is a passing league, what the hell does that got to do with the BUCS! What works for Jameis is a strong running game…it makes PLAY-ACTION a force to deal with….don’t let the (other) tape block your view of what MIXON has to offer! This is what I don’t like about (Joe), he acts like he knows for sure that MIXON was out to hurt a female any female, he is not a woman beater, at 17 yrs old it’s nothing more than immaturity, his reaction to being accosted by this will forever be on tape for the world to see, just remember he is 20 yrs old now and he’s had no problems, no more being the “OKLAHOMA WOMAN PUNCHER”, if MIXON were White I could see a judge saying the tape will stay sealed, because it would affect his ability to earn a living (white privilege)! To Tom Krasniqi, you sound racist, I mean one misstep makes you toxic…GTFOH! To the Dad who wouldn’t want MIXON around your daughter… Get invoked with you child and teach them how to act in public and if your worried about Mixon’s availability then draft 2 running backs.. Tho I promise you the second RB will never see the field after preseason!!! HE IS THAT DAMN GOOD!

  78. Bucsfanman Says:

    @KY- Nope! Just a generalized statement because if I see it, I sure as heck ain’t standing by idly! The fact that everybody just stood around during and after that incident is pathetic! My point is that that ain’t happening on my watch! Absolutely pathetic!
    I hope that most of what’s said on here is all talk. I mean is there any damn humanity left at all?!

  79. Vico Says:

    You know what? If it involves trading down from 19, getting a pass rusher late in the first and him still being there in the second, then make Joe Mixon a Buc. But IMO It’s a lot to ask from a situation, it might not happen.

  80. LUVMYBUCS Says:


    The father of the alleged victim has again RECANTED his allegations against Joe Mixon

    Like I said #FAKENEWS

  81. NFLNut Says:

    I LOVE Mixon’s game and feel he could end up being David Johnson 2.0 and the best back out of this draft … BUT … I think there is a .0001% chance the Bucs take him at #19 and maybe only a 10% chance Mixon is still on the board when the Bucs pick in the second round, so … I would be SHOCKED if Mixon becomes a Buc!

  82. CarolinaBucFan Says:

    Don’t the Bucs have this huge initiative to get women more involved in the fan base and team? I think it’s called RED or something like that. Why in the world would we back track and draft this dirt bag then?

  83. BigHogHaynes Says:

    @Bucsfanman: where you at ?

  84. Mike Evans GOAT Says:

    Isn’t this guy the same one who was applauding and marking jokes about Aaron Hernandez suicide today? No better that Tom Jones if you ask me. Tampa sports radio sucks

  85. Mike Evans GOAT Says:

    The next David Johnson is going to be Brian Hill. Write that down, screen shot it or something. He’s gonna be a MONSTER

  86. bmmg39 Says:

    “The better man walks away! It is really THAT simple.
    I hope I’m in the same zip code as one of you a$$holes that think hitting a woman is OK. That’s all I’m going to say!”

    Sounds like a threat. Better be careful: as we see from this thread, people have the right to self-defense.

    And it’s not that “hitting a woman” is okay. It’s that ANYONE hitting ANYONE isn’t okay. Something you apparently haven’t gotten through your head yet.

  87. bmmg39 Says:

    Amelia Molitor obviously should have been arrested. A woman hitting a man is no different from a man hitting a woman, and women will continue to commit such assaults until they learn that there will be legal consequences for their actions. Women commit domestic violence against men approximately as often as the reverse occurs, and they, like violent men, need to learn to keep their hands to themselves.