Joe Talks QB Circus, Franchise Crisis, True Strengths, Failed Coaching & Discipline, Watch Party At One Buc, D-Jack Assumptions & More

October 29th, 2018

Welcome to the circus. What a wild, wild 36 hours of Bucs fandom it is has been. Take a deep breath and dial up the Monday Morning Joe podcast, as Joe dives into many of the acts. The podcast is presented by Bill Currie Ford, home of the nationwide lifetime warranty, and Discount Garage Doors, Inc., home of the same-day free service call/diagnosis.

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13 Responses to “Joe Talks QB Circus, Franchise Crisis, True Strengths, Failed Coaching & Discipline, Watch Party At One Buc, D-Jack Assumptions & More”

  1. Trench War Says:

    Joe has asked many times for readers to please not hijack comments right out of the gate and at least make an attempt to stick to the topic of the post. Your post popped about 2 minutes after the podcast posted here, and it does certainly fit in other posts about that topic. Thank you. –Joe

  2. SchwiftyBuc Says:

    I don’t feel happy Joe.

  3. Trench War Says:

    Sorry to hear that. Might we be a little sensitive today?

  4. SteveK Says:

    Yes, so glad this posted. Listening now. Thanks Joe. I appreciate that you wait for the Monday press conferences before doing your podcasts. Great work.

  5. SOEbuc Says:

    “Failed coaching and discipline.”

    Right out the gate, I’m dreaming upon a star for Coach Cowher leaving the booth for Tampa in 2019. I highly doubt he’ll be Chucky 2.0 with the Raiders and he’ll defintily give your ar$e some discipline.

  6. Not there yet Says:

    Uh just call it Monday night joe because that’s a little more fitting

  7. Season Is Over Says:

    Did we find out who Justin and the stick carriers flip flopped on this week?

  8. BucsBandit Says:

    The Jameis Winston Era is Officially OVER in Tampa. Time to move on.

  9. Pryda Says:

    Koetter is playing for job at this point Jameis isn’t going anywhere! He will get the job back this is a good eye opener for him to learn

  10. Im tired and 87 is right Says:

    I’m not giving up on Jameis yet. He needs to get a QB coach to help him with his progressions. They should force him to take more time with the ball and try to get through more of his reads before making a pass. If he gets sacked no worries. His sole focus has got to be in mitigating his interceptions. Jameis I believe in you and I’m still rooting for you. Take a back seat for now and focus on the details. Go Bucs! Go Fitz!

  11. FortMyersDave Says:

    Joe makes a great point with the kicker. Why are Licht and Koetter backing up the Clemson kid when they had 2 better kickers try out on Friday. Howeve, on the Bucs going 50% on 2 point conversions, yes they can but they would probably nail 80% of them in garbage time and only 20% when it really counts (due to penaltie, dropped balls etc…). Good point on Koetter being gone at 3-5, that makes it 3 years in a row if the Bucs lose to Carolina as predicted. Must win time for Koetter and he has to acknowledge this. The 2018 draft looks like a row of busts except for Carlton Davis and perhaps Whitehead who can not start… Yuck, that should get Licht fired.

  12. FortMyersDave Says:

    Correction: Bucs started 2-6 last year, simply pathetic and it reflects badly on Koetter, his allegiance to Smitty, poor cllock management, going turtle, etc….

  13. D1 Says:

    I’m tired,

    You bring up some good points. But there’s a point, 2.5 seconds, when the numbers are against you. The longer you take the worse things get. Yes, sometimes that can be mitigated by scrambling and routes designed to extend Windows but it’s usually a symptom of something else going on. Winston didn’t develop this issue with the Bucs. He had it at FSU.

    Would another coach help, that’s a question we can’t say for sure one way or another. I never have been a fan of or even much respected Bajakian and I certainly don’t believe that He should have been retained prior to the season. There’s no coach who spends more time with Winston than him, so it’s not unreasonable to believe He is not able to get through to JW.

    Now there’s others who believe ( league professionals )Winston is not consistent in his preparations and that’s why you see inconsistencies in his play. The people who have this opinion believe it’s not a simple fix. They attribute it to who Winston is as a person. Harder to fix things if that’s the case. I’ve suggested a mental health professional evaluation to see if there’s something that can be done. The kids got all the talent in the world, why not try absolutely everything possible before cutting him loose.

    Watching Freeman it was obvious that He has A.D.D. . The problem is that the “fix” is often worse than the before. I think that’s what happened to Free. So it’s tricky to believe that a person who has made it this far with a problem is going to be better if it’s not a problem going forward. ADD works for a QB in situations , no I am not saying Winston has it but it does explain many parts of his behaviour.
    If He does, I hope the franchise finds out and hires an expert in dealing with it.