Ira Kaufman Talks Locked Out Fans, Cornerback Debate, Fournette Fever, Managing RoJo’s Head, Arians Pressure & Much More

September 4th, 2020

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7 Responses to “Ira Kaufman Talks Locked Out Fans, Cornerback Debate, Fournette Fever, Managing RoJo’s Head, Arians Pressure & Much More”

  1. Sarasota Garey Says:

    I think Jpps motivation has something to do with his hand incident

  2. Alanbucsfan Says:

    One of the Joes is gonna blame the Bucs and TSA??? You honestly think they haven’t prepared for this???
    Nobody made any firm claims on whose made all the key decisions. Buttt, you think the stadium is ready to host a game now? Joe hasn’t heard anyone claim it is. Most fascists are proud to demand credit for their decisions. Joe hasn’t heard the city or county do that. Have you?–Joe
    Wake up- it’s the Liberal Idealogue AHoles in city and county government!!!
    They are Fascists

  3. yeah Says:

    Half capacity for the playoffs. No fans until then

  4. Alanbucsfan Says:

    They just had 20,000 fans at a NASCAR event in Daytona Beach.
    There is no reason, other than politics, they couldn’t have 10,000 fans at RayJay.
    Nobody said they couldn’t/shouldn’t have fans. You either believe they weren’t ready, or it’s political, or both. –Joe

  5. Anthony Dickson Says:

    I definitely feel the Bucs upgraded the running back room with the addition of Fournette(and McCoy) but in no way do I feel that Fournette is the “proven” savior running back that some feel he his, now if he came here with 4500+ yards and played every game in his career I might feel different but instead he’s averaged 877 yards per season and 12 games a year with a 4.0 ypc, his “potential” far outweighs his production and we all know “potential” has doomed this franchise for a long time now. Am I happy he’s with the Bucs..yes, but until I see him run roughshod thru other teams game in and game out I will remain somewhat skeptical.

  6. Clean House Says:

    I have read some of this Cynthia Frelunds ranking articles and remember thinkinggnthads it was some of the most clueless football journalism I’ve ever seen. Wondered if this chick even watched football.

  7. JimbobBucsFan Says:

    For once, Sage, I am going to differ from you.  With all due respect, I agree with Steve.  Arians will go with the strong hand from week to week.  That’s what you gotta do in a championship season. If the strong hand stays the same then so be it.

    Also, win the Super Bowl and Arians will be Coach of the Year.  Otherwise it will be as Ira has indicated.