Ira Kaufman Talks Perplexing State Of The Bucs, Tristan Wirfs & Tom Brady Heroics, Bucs Pro Bowl Realities, National Comments On Bucs Coaching, And Much More

December 22nd, 2020

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4 Responses to “Ira Kaufman Talks Perplexing State Of The Bucs, Tristan Wirfs & Tom Brady Heroics, Bucs Pro Bowl Realities, National Comments On Bucs Coaching, And Much More”

  1. Show Me the TDs Says:

    Never listened before today. A car salesman prattling on and on bout the exact same thing every Bucs fan has been saying for months. No thanks! LOL. Ok. Ira’s 1-minute Bill Currie Ford commercial doesn’t make The Sage a car salesman. There’s A LOT in this episode, as always. –Joe

  2. Cobraboy Says:

    You guys confirm my thoughts: while happy the Bucs may go to the playoffs for the first time in well over a decade, the probability of getting past the first round is very low, and second-round nil.

    I can’t finger exactly what the problem is.

    The only hope is outscoring every team, and if Brady gets pressured, that’s out the door.

  3. Buc Bro Says:

    Blows me away that 3 people who make a living off their football knowledge/writing about the game don’t know if the Bucs win out they will finish with the 5th seed…

    Be better fellas

  4. JimbobBucsFan: Your comment is awaiting moderation. Says:

    OK, the consensus among fans and local pundits appears to be that our Buccaneers are an enigma.  No one really knows what to expect out of them after 14 games. (No, I don’t care what any of the national pundits and/or analysts say because they are all viewing our situation from a good distance.)

    Unless they put together two 60-minute winning games in a row in the next two weeks we still won’t know what to think. I suppose it is possible that somehow they have been playing “rope a dope” with all of us for the past nine weeks.  Suddenly in January, they will put together a series of 60-minute wins and take the Lombardi home.  They will emerge as champions “out of the blue” as it were!  Not likely! 

    All any of us can do is judge by what we have seen so far.

    Go Bucs!  Win now, dammit!