Ira Kaufman Talks “Giant Kick In The Balls,” Locker Room Reactions, Four Long & Crushing Drives, Lost Opportunities & More

September 23rd, 2019

Presented by Bill Currie Ford, Sage of Tampa Bay Sports Ira Kaufman is firing away after Sunday’s truly soul-crushing Bucs defeat. It’s Ira’s twice-weekly tangle with Joe. NO offseason on The Ira Kaufman Podcast!

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10 Responses to “Ira Kaufman Talks “Giant Kick In The Balls,” Locker Room Reactions, Four Long & Crushing Drives, Lost Opportunities & More”

  1. Pryda...Sec147 Says:

    Going to listen to this tomorrow. I literally shed 2 tears after we lost. Hopefully we bounce back next week and play a full 60 minute game.

  2. Dlavid Says:

    This team …… tired of Winston dancing in the pocket when there is no available receivers . Tuck the ball and run , but he has a terrible penchant for trotting looking down field while defenders close in on him . Take the available ground and slide . I am souring on him , and have been plenty supportive in the past . Yes he has talent but his play is to erratic . The kicking game …. really ? JW May find success elsewhere but it is not happening here . This team lives under a dark cloud . Been a fan since ‘76 ( eleven years old ) and the affection is slowly slipping away .

  3. Loyaltotheend Section 312 Says:

    Losses to the Rams and Saints and the season is over

    A aggressive competent coach would have this team 3-0 or 2-1

    What a let down. All off season we are told how good the coaching is then they play like this

  4. JTHV Says:

    If anyone blames Winston for this loss (like the clown above) has ZERO clue what they’re watching . Period.

  5. SteveK Says:

    Where did Winston go in the second half until the last drove? Why did the offense give up a huge lead and not score in the second half?

    Why does my QB fail to lead his team in the red zone yesterday 1/5, and 1/6 prior to that on the year.

    We need wins. As well as Jameis played on the first half, he failed to show up in the second half.

  6. Loyaltotheend Section 312 Says:

    When your #1 overall pick, self proclaimed leader, 5th Pro Bowl Alternate and the champion of NFL turnovers since 2015 leads his offense to 3 points against a awful d then yes, he deserves some blame.

    This loss was on the secondary and awful coaching

  7. THETRUTH Says:

    most people in my sectioned turned around and did not want to see the kick, the guy had missed 2 already in that same direction.

    should have spread them out and ran up the middle, probably qb draw as they did would have worked.. you had time to win WITH TD!!!!!

  8. Dlavid Says:

    To JTHV … your QB leads the league since he entered in fumble and pics . And close in suspensions . Lose lose lose …. enjoying your Sunday’s watching the team fold like a cheap lawn chair . Go eat you some W’s if you can find them ! Your the village idiot not knowing which way to go …. oh yeah how about those two pic side-saddle couple weeks ago .. oh yeah don’t believe my lying eyes….

  9. D-Rome Says:

    I’m with Joe with his comments on the last 13 seconds. We saw it the same way. 13 seconds left should give you at least one shot, maybe two.

    Bruce Arians doesn’t trust Jameis to win games, and that’s a shame. Jameis earned the right to try and win that game.

  10. MadMax Says:

    That last statement at the end nailed it….Giant kick in the buc balls of those who were starting to believe….but heres the deal, I STILL BELIEVE….need to change kickers or sign one who can make short kicks, so we go with 2 kickers wth, why not?

    The D’s secondary is somewhat suspect but they had no film on Jones….so that bit us too.