Ira Talks Seattle Reflections, Major Breaks, “Personnel Flaw,” Alex Cappa, Numbness, Decision Jameis & Much More

November 5th, 2019

The iconic Sage of Tampa Bay Sports is talking all things Bucs and aching for Bucs fans in today’s Ira Kaufman Podcast, presented by Bill Currie Ford.  The Ira Kaufman Podcast is always a blast and full of Sage wisdom. Thanks again to Bill Currie Ford, where Black Friday specials are rolling now. And thanks to Buffalo Wild Wings, Pin Chasers.

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4 Responses to “Ira Talks Seattle Reflections, Major Breaks, “Personnel Flaw,” Alex Cappa, Numbness, Decision Jameis & Much More”

  1. SteveK Says:

    Great listen as usual.

    I agree with the Sage and Joe on this, Winston played really well this past week. And, I loved the Todd Worrell comparison. I too see Jameis’ talent, but his consistency scares the bejesus out of me bc as soon as I feel good about I get reminded that I’m a Bucs fan and we can’t do anything well in the past decade, except for lose.

  2. SteveK Says:

    And why would we want Jason Licht picking new DBs next year? He’s been bad at it so far.

  3. Jaywill Says:

    When his teammates around him become more consistent he will be more consistent. So much focus on Winston and not enough on the rest of the team

  4. Anthony Lash Says:

    Jaywill exactly. One things for sure BA calls out whoever doesn’t perform. Unlike the past regime which seem to always focus on jameis and the media always focus on jameis. Who knows how many times something may not have been his fault but because they didn’t have the courage to call out everyone else like BA does Jameis just took the blame. I’m not saying he’s some sort of elite top five Drew Brees Aaron Rodgers quarterback, but can we please stop weekend and week out trashing this dude He’s not the problem for the most part.