Joe Talks Meaning Of No. 1-Ranked Offense, Key Jordan Whitehead Quote, Attractive Bucs Job & More (Tuesday Edition)

December 4th, 2018

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9 Responses to “Joe Talks Meaning Of No. 1-Ranked Offense, Key Jordan Whitehead Quote, Attractive Bucs Job & More (Tuesday Edition)”

  1. GMC hater Says:

    Wow, up before noon? Must be a new record!

  2. Pete Mitchell Says:

    I love that the Monday Morning Joe podcast pops on a Tuesday.

    Seriously, I really like the podcasts (this one and Ira’s of course), but sometimes they are a little stale by the time they post and I can listen to them.

    You guys had me hooked on these on my way to work for a little while but the inconsistency in when they are available (and frankly competition from another local daily podcast) has drastically reduced how often I listen to the podcasts.
    I still read every article and post more comments than I probably should, so I’m not trying to be overly negative, just providing some constructive (hopefully) feedback.
    One person’s preference is bad for someone else. We have the benefit of seeing the podcast numbers and timing really doesn’t change anything.–Joe

  3. BuccYa Says:


  4. The Graham Tram Says:

    ‘Where’s your killer instinct Koetter? You gotta get angry, you gotta get mean!’ -Patches O’Houlilhan

  5. D1 Says:

    Love the podcast wish you guys could be consistent with the day and times but that’s minor

    To your question, Baker v Jameis I don’t know how much more clear cut it could be.
    Baker, as a coach, is much more appealing to start with. Tampa has the best receiver depth and that makes it a closer call . Just speculation on my part. I’m not seeing a close decision or hard choice between the two. Baker and consider roster talent, depth and contracts
    Cleveland is in better position. Add the draft picks they have accumulated via trades with the normal amount picks each team gets and Cleveland is in a position to draft 5 to 6 players by the end of third round. If they are inclined to trade down or up and focus on a single player they have currency to make moves. Again, Cleveland. .

    The idea that one job is clearly more attractive than the other is tempered by the teams themselves. First or second place in the crappie franchise contest is pointless.

  6. Waterboy Says:

    Finally the Tuesday Afternoon Joe is up and ready for me to listen to on my ride home from work.

  7. Vic Says:

    You guys crack me up with the podcast timing. It’s a podcast. Nobody listens the minute it comes out. That’s the whole point. … The whole Cleveland is attractive narrative has gotten a lot of legs and I don’t see it. Still got a wacky owner and an unproven QB with plenty of holes.

  8. Iron Wombat Says:

    It’s not the number 1 offense in football. 1st in yards, 10th in scoring, 17th in red zone scoring. That’s top tier. Though it does mean with the right coaching staff next year they could be a legit top 3 offense in the NFL.

  9. denjoe Says:

    Still love the podcast, thank you. Wouldn’t mind hearing lee on here once in a while but it’s great the way it is.