Ira Talks Schedule Fallout & Interpretation, Telling December Data, OTA Opening Day, Draft, Draft & More Draft, Including “The Great Pitch” At One Buc Palace

April 23rd, 2019

It’s coming to a boil when it comes to how the Bucs will build their team through this important draft. And the Sage of Tampa Bay sports is all over it, and it’s all presented by Ed Morse Cadillac Tampa and Ed Morse Cadillac Brandon. Check out their fabulous April offers while you listen. Special guest Dr. David Wenk joins the fun today, always a great guest.

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8 Responses to “Ira Talks Schedule Fallout & Interpretation, Telling December Data, OTA Opening Day, Draft, Draft & More Draft, Including “The Great Pitch” At One Buc Palace”

  1. wideleftandright Says:

    Your still having Sapp hangover ! Sapp certainly one of two of the best Dt the Bucs ever had and maybe the most dominating one of our time
    Part of what made Sapp good was Simeon Rice on the edge and capable Backers and corners that could blitz at times.
    Gerald McCoy hasnt had that luxury in his time with the Bucs.
    So, blaming him for losing is like blaming the car for a DUI.
    Dont be a hater.

  2. Loyaltotheend Section 312 Says:

    Wish Ira would school the clueless Joe and Dr on how a 3-4 d is fueled by LB’s not DE’s!!!!

    How is this not brought up? Don’t reach for a DE just to draft a DE

    Bad teams draft on need over taking great players

  3. tnew Says:

    Amazes me how you some don’t understand the need to chose the BPA with first round picks.. OJ Howard a bad pick????? Crazy. Now can’t choose a BPA because the position is the wrong one… Reminds me of last year when Quenton Nelson couldn’t be the pick because he was a guard.

    Loyal is correct regarding the LB play. Without stud LB, the defense will struggle.

  4. Alanbucsfan Says:

    Since 2009, Bucs draft picks rounds 1-4:

    9 DB’s + a no 1 for 1 year of Revis
    4 LB
    3 RB
    3 TE
    1 kicker
    4 WR

    You know what stands out?
    3 frickin’ OLinemen in past 10 years among top 4 picks!!
    And Bucs have no running game, throw alot of interceptions, and Jameis is running for his life half the time.
    And some of you think the OLine is fine???

  5. Ndog Says:

    So all Jameis has to do is throw 4-5 TDs per game with no turnovers and we will win. Oh that’s all?

    No that’s not hard or anything

  6. Crotch McGee Says:

    [Mike North (of the NFL) specified they looked at what baseball teams (plural) would make postseason runs. He only brought up the Phillies in a question about the Eagles’ schedule. The NFL doesn’t like to share anything whether it be rear ends in seats, attention in local media, or yes, most importantly, TV eyeballs. — Joe]

  7. BucsBall80 Says:

    Build the trenches. White tackles like Barney. Guy is not a top 5 pick in this draft. Sorry but White has alot to learn playing Linebacker. Starting with his tackling.Dont get me wrong hes a beast of a man and if he develops some better traits and football IQ, look out. But it all starts up front. Could Quinnen Williams or Ed Oliver do for the Bucs what Quinton Nelson did for the Colts. Take a D linemen at 5 and BUILD THE TRENCHES Nickle saftey like Savage or Gardener in round 2. Would start right away on are team. Alot of talent in this draft. Im just happy that we have some competent coaches here in Tampa. Dont expect a guy to come in here and lead from day 1. If he dose great. But you cant force it.

  8. ManzielMadness Says:


    Thanks for the info, agree we need to keep building both trenches. The best teams are built from the inside out. Problem is the top rated Oline (J. Taylor or J. Williams) aren’t worth the #5 pick when you have other higher rated Dlinemen like like Bosa, Allen, Williams and Oliver. I’m all on board for a OG in round’s 2/3.