Ira Talks $21 Million Red Herring, Weak Excuses, Reverting To Jameis, Coaching Search, Fan Apathy, Wagering & More

November 20th, 2018

Just 41 days until the proverbial “Black Monday” around the NFL, and Ira Kaufman, the Sage of Tampa Bay sports, has plenty on his mind. Ira joins Joe for the twice weekly wrestling match presented by Ed Morse Cadillac Tampa and Ed Morse Cadillac Brandon.

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6 Responses to “Ira Talks $21 Million Red Herring, Weak Excuses, Reverting To Jameis, Coaching Search, Fan Apathy, Wagering & More”

  1. RyJo Says:

    I can tell you that I’ve stopped watching at halftime about 4 times this season. I check back in towards the end of the game to see what happened, but I’m not emotionally invested. So there’s your “fan apathy.” That doesn’t mean I’m turning the page on the Bucs FOREVER, but yeah – I don’t see the point in investing my time watching a team that isn’t playing for anything and doesn’t seem to care about even STRIVING for greatness.

  2. Scotty in Fat Antonio Says:

    LOL, I have you beat. I stopped watching in the first quarter when the Giants were up 14-0. Disgusting display of football.

  3. Buc4evr Says:

    Agree with previous posters, I have been a Bucs fan since 1976 and this is about as bad as it gets. I can’t stomach more then the first half anymore. Just sickening. Koetter is unable to lead and it truly shows. Sad really because the Bucs have some talent and should have 5 wins by now. No more expectations. This season is over.

  4. Don Says:

    Favorite podcast every week – nice work guys

  5. RyJo Says:

    @Scotty in Fat Antonio

    Okay…yeah…you win this one. Of course, if we’re being honest NOBODY is winning much around these parts these days. *Sigh*


    Being a lifelong Bucs fan builds character…also a pessimistic life-view. But mixed in is some character.

  6. D-Rome Says:

    Joe, and we all know which one, embarrassed himself by bringing up Mahomes’ turnovers in a single game against the Rams. For the season Jay-Miss is averaging 3.2 turnovers a game! Mahomes isn’t anywhere near that! Prior to Monday night’s aberration Mahomes was averaging 1.2 turnovers a game for the season. He has 37 passing TDs and 2 rushing TDs!

    I’ll make it simple: Who would you rather have?