Ira Talks The “Four Doubles” Free Agency Plan, Coddling DeSean Jackson, Winston Connection Problems, Roster Building, Raising Defensive Line Standards & Much More

March 8th, 2018

Ira is totally fired up today, disgusted by DeSean Jackson’s performance and ready to deliver a plan for the Bucs in free agency. Dial it up here with Ira and Joe, or enjoy at iTunes, Google Play or Ranked on the Google Play podcast “Top Charts” for nearly FIVE consecutive months (all genres nationwide), the Ira Kaufman Podcast keeps you informed and entertained every Tuesday & Thursday — and there is NO offseason. Click or download above. It’s fun — free and easy, too. Enjoy!

7 Responses to “Ira Talks The “Four Doubles” Free Agency Plan, Coddling DeSean Jackson, Winston Connection Problems, Roster Building, Raising Defensive Line Standards & Much More”

  1. bucs_365 Says:

    You guys continue to regurgitate the same complaints. Don’t you ever get sick of listening to yourselves? Sounds like you didn’t listen to the podcast, which would make sense, since you continue to complain about it.–Joe

  2. Jasonm Says:

    Ira is completely right. The other other 2 don’t know what they are talking about. Winston’s deep ball to Jackson was pathetic. And if it doesn’t get better we need a QB that can throw an accurate deep ball. Winston didn’t get hurt until Arizona. No way way you can come up with excuses that his shoulder was hurt in Minnesota and that’s why he couldn’t hit Desean wide open numerous times

  3. Blake_Bucsfan Says:

    If the Bucs release J.R. Sweezy and Evan Smith, they can absolutely afford to sign Norwell and draft Quenton Nelson. And that would without a doubt have a transformative effect on our Running game and defense, while at the same time providing Jameis time to scan the field within Dirk Koetters slow developing pass plays that he loves to call so much.

  4. Blake_Bucsfan Says:

    I’ll say one last thing on the matter. With a line-up of Smith, Norwell, Marpet, Nelson and Dotson; The Chances of Jameis Winston re-injuring his throwing shoulder diminish radically, and the chances of Jameis connecting deep with his receivers increases exponentially.

  5. Xpfcwintergreen2 Says:

    Not even mentioned in the discussion of Winston and DJax. …
    Considering USA Today is quoting in the link you offered … Still, this wasn’t relevant to the conversation about what went wrong last year. –Joe

  6. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    Ira…want the pass rush fixed?

    Round 1: Vita Vea
    He had 11 sacks the last 2 years, and if fantastic against the run.

    Round 2:
    Harold Landry
    He had 21.5 sacks in the last 2 years. Don’t believe the work ethic rumors. you don’t get that many sacks and have a bad work ethic.
    Marcus Davenport
    People say he’s the second best DE…I disagree.
    Sam Hubbard
    He had 22 sacks in the last 2 years

  7. Nole4JabooANDdBucs Says:

    Jameis career will not end at the Bucs door, unless they get him seriously hurt, with no proection…however…if another team picks him up HE WILL be in a playoff and possibly a super bowl sooner rather than later!

    Is anyone that naive to believe the Bucs leadership is not aware of the investigation and WHY…WOULD JAMEIS DISCUSS an unflattering accusation with the locker room…that would be really smart…duh! Just would be more fodder for the media…present company included!