Ira Kaufman Talks Bucs Fan Ecstasy, Decision-Making Process At One Buc, Devin White’s Ascension & Much More

December 28th, 2020

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7 Responses to “Ira Kaufman Talks Bucs Fan Ecstasy, Decision-Making Process At One Buc, Devin White’s Ascension & Much More”

  1. Joe in Michigan Says:

    Mr. Kaufman, aka Sage: I really hope Brady didn’t tell you to go get your shine box, it didn’t end well for the other guy who said that. Hahaha

  2. ben Says:

    I hope the head coach ask for opinions on playing or resting players ..Sometimes a different/better idea come from people on the outside looking in .

  3. Don_RyJo(e) Says:

    Geez…so much Steve Kornacki hate!

  4. JimbobBucsFan Says:

    Once again I really enjoyed the lively debate and discussion.
    Many moons ago I saw a film entitled “The Agony and the Ecstasy”.  The title says it all.  It was a dramatization of the life of the famous and extremely passionate artist, Michelangelo.  (It was written by Irving Stone and starred Charlton Heston.)

    That title also could represent the tale of our Buccaneer franchise  from its inception and what its loyal fans have endured up to now.  Many years of pain and then the jubilation of reaching the pinnacle followed by many more years of misery and here we are today.  

    As for who to sit and when, consider this.  These guys get paid big bucks … lotsa’ mullah!  But, they all are playing just because they love the game, too.  Brady, Evans, Suh,  JPP, etc., etc., they are really a bunch of overgrown children when you think about it,  Sure, you sit TB after the first half if we are really trouncing the Falcons. Sure, you might want to pull ME after he sets that seventh consecutive  1,000-yard  season record and so on.

    Find a way to keep the chemistry intact and keep the momentum going without taking too many risks.  Save the “No risk it, no biscuit!” gambling for the post season games when they mean the most.

    Go Bucs!

  5. Joe Says:

    so much Steve Kornacki hate!

    LOVE Kornacki. One of the best guys Joe has ever worked for or with. Think the absolute world of him.

    If you are referring to that Vanna White wannabe that for unknown reasons began popping up on TV two weeks ago — get outta my living room!!!

  6. Bucs4821 Says:

    Larry David ?!?!?!?!?!?!?! I love Curb Your Enthusiasm! Is Ira’s Steinbrenner article posted online?

  7. Buc Bro Says:

    The more I listen to Ira the more I question his football IQ. Resting players when your seeding isn’t guaranteed? It makes zero sense, the Bucs want the 5th seed not the 6th where you have to possibly travel to the west coast or go to New Orleans, again. Ira take some time off get Lynch into the HOF and come back stronger.