Derrick Brooks And Ira Kaufman Analyze Bucs-Rams

November 24th, 2020

TAMPA TWO with Derrick Brooks and columnist Ira Kaufman is weighing in with Hall of Fame wisdom on last night’s kick to the gut of Bucs fans. It’s all presented by The Identity Tampa Bay and Joe.

6 Responses to “Derrick Brooks And Ira Kaufman Analyze Bucs-Rams”

  1. View from 132 Says:

    Ira with the typical down trodden Buc fan outlook… “they are 7-4 and still in decent shape”

    It is NOT ENOUGH to make the playoffs. Buc fans are watching for:

    – Will this team win in Philly, New York or Dallas in the Wild Card?
    – Can they win in Green Bay, New Orleans, Seattle?
    – Can they outscore Arizona or the Rams?

    – Can they beat the Chiefs, Ravens, Titans, Steelers…

    The oddball sandlot game plan Left Sandwich and Error-ans rolled out is not going to win those… and without a Super Bowl win, the season is a failure. Brady, Gronk, and now AB are here to win the title. Mumbling to a first or second round exit is not why those guys are here, and Buc fans are rightfully disgusted at what they see on the field.

  2. Cautiously Optimistic Says:

    Brady is not without some blame but those interceptions are only a symptom of the problem. Lets look at the play calling.

  3. Larry Says:

    Larry, part of the contract with the host is to leave as-is. So only thing Joe can suggest is to utilize headphones. — Joe.

  4. Mike Johnson Says:

    I love how these guys lie so much. I know who they voted for…..

  5. PSL Bob Says:

    Brooks is absolutely right about the tackling in the Monday night game. YAC were through the roof. Second, we’ve seen now in game after game. The Bucs D shuts things down in the second half after half-time adjustments. Why not make second quarter adjustments if the D game plan isn’t working? Third, play calling is about as creative as white bread. Finally, I’m no longer questioning Brady’s accuracy in passes over 15+ yards. He has none!

  6. Clean House Says:

    Brady looks utterly confused like Jameis Winston did on his picks!
    Perhaps the offensive system is flawed?

    What if we have been witnessing a logical failure of this “system?”