Ira Kaufman Talks More Evidence Of Leftwich Rise, Summer Theme At One Buc, Shaq Barrett Crossroads, Exploring “The Stale Theory,” Slow-Study Trask, And Much More

June 6th, 2021

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6 Responses to “Ira Kaufman Talks More Evidence Of Leftwich Rise, Summer Theme At One Buc, Shaq Barrett Crossroads, Exploring “The Stale Theory,” Slow-Study Trask, And Much More”

  1. Elita Vita Says:

    This whole issue of Arians or Leftwich running the offense may have yet another answer. I believe Leftwich may be talking to Brady much more often. The real question is which one is educating who? Leftwich or Brady? Just saying….

  2. Joe in Michigan Says:

    Good news: Julio Jones is out of the NFC South.

  3. JimbobBucsFan Says:

    BA obviously did some re-evaluation of how he might go about dealing with the challenges of being a more complete NFL head coach during his time in “retirement” for a year. Look at everything he has done since he walked into One Buc Place. (Unlike another example of a previous Buccaneer head coach, named Smith, who obviously did not do similarly during the time he sat for a year before coming to us.  He ended up “busted” back to the college level in order to continue his career.  An opportunity lost.)

    I believe Byron will get his shot at being an NFL head coach in the next couple of years or so.

    To paraphrase what was said, “I’d take a 6-2 start any year that has no real preseason!”.

    If it turns out that Jameis finally gets it (i.e., he has now learned “when to fold ’em”, how to minimize his interceptions),  look out for the Saints!  They could be a surprise.  Sean Payton is still a coach to be reckoned with.

    No, I don’t buy the idea that Aaron Rodgers could be the only impediment out there in the NFC if he stays with the Pack! Some other team(s) will jump up and have an unexpectedly strong year.

    Yes, all of us are speculating about what is only “on paper” to some degree at this time of year.

  4. Crickett Baker Says:

    @jimbobbucsfan I told everyone who would listen to me when JW was QB: DAMN! If they just hired an old great QB to teach him stuff he would be fantastic! Well, they didn’t because of Tom, but he got PLENTY of learning on the Saints and I am thinking he will now be someone to really watch out for. Of course, our defense may neutralize him, but I would bet he is really a lot better. Hope he doesn’t make me eat my W(ords).

  5. Bucs Bro Says:

    Clueless Joe strikes again how he thinks Bernard is not gonna be a great benefit to this team to retain possession and keep the chains moving

    How many times did the Bucs throw a bomb on 3rd and 3 or 3rd and 4 only for it to fall incomplete and the other team get the ball? Having a strong receiving back is gonna keep the ball in Brady’s hands and give those receiving weapons more targets. Blows me away how someone who covers the game knows so little about it

  6. ClodHopper Says:

    Joe I don’t get the argument that with Bernard were suddenly going to be dink and dunk. Is anyone even clamoring for that? Addressing a weakness does not equal changing your entire philosophy. Joe says he don’t want any more than 3 catches a game from Bernard. That’s all I want too but I see him as a positive asset, not a replacement for anything.