Ira Kaufman Talks Locker Room Observations, Coaching “Shining Through,” More Help For Shaq Barrett, Devin White’s Return & Much More

October 3rd, 2019

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8 Responses to “Ira Kaufman Talks Locker Room Observations, Coaching “Shining Through,” More Help For Shaq Barrett, Devin White’s Return & Much More”

  1. AwShbucs Says:

    Ronald Jones is 100 percent avoiding tackles. Just ask Tiki Barber, theres a video breaking down a few of his runs on his podcast. And he could’ve had damn near 150 if not for 2 bogus/ boneheaded holding calls.

    Not to mention the huge run on the field goal drive that made it 48-40. He busted through a tackle to start and had the wherewithal to stay in bounds, spun around, cut inside, and would’ve had a td on that play if Jensen didnt miss a block on a Db.

    Rojo is not only balling out but is getting better each and every week.

    In the past you were all bunched up in the crotchal region about our backs not being able to average 4 ypc. Now Jones is getting 4.7 yards a clip that ain’t good enough because he hasn’t had any 50+ yard touchdowns…

    The Oline is blocking better and the Backs, specifically Ronald Jones are taking advantage of it.

  2. Says:

    Miss Steve hope he comes back soon! Rock is doing a great job

  3. Miller5252 Says:

    Let’s not forget that White had a small surgery just to play for the Bucs opening week and wasn’t 100% right up to getting hurt. Once he’s healthy he’ll start looking like that #5 pick.

  4. Terrell Says:

    Why are we yapping about yardage from Goff. The story isn’t about the yardage, it’s what Lee said, they couldn’t run the ball. Of course they’ll have to throw which opened up more opportunities for the INT’s which we saw. Not happy that MJ Stewart kept getting roasted in the slot, but Kupp is like a Godwin to me and I don’t see that in any of the New Orleans WR’s. We saw some of this with Shepard in Week 3, so to me they’ve got to put some speed in the slot to limit that, Stewart is getting roasted.

  5. Joe in Michigan Says:

    Great point about how people would be losing their minds if Jameis had the same game that Goff had, with 4 turnovers.
    I somewhat disagree with the Ronald Jones assessment, it might be expecting too much from him to be a tackle-breaker in the Earl Campbell mold. More like Tony Dorsett (not as good, obviously).

  6. THETRUTH Says:

    [Nonsense. — Joe]

  7. AshevilleFC Says:

    Come on guys still waiting to hear the sage on podbean. Your doing a disservice to the sages rankings. We want to get in the top 50….dont need to post this comment just post the podcast. Thanks

  8. Jean Lafitte Says:

    Joe in Michigan

    Jameis has had many games like Goff already. Multiple games homey