Bucs Kickoff — Bills Week! — With Rock Riley; Special Rocklister Guest Martín Gramática

December 11th, 2021

Rock was at One Buc Place this week and has some interesting info. Rock gets into matchups, gameplans for both teams, a Joel Glazer sighting and more. … Today’s Rocklister is Super Bowl Champion former Bucs kicker Martín Gramática, who talks about the differences between his Bucs team trying to get back to the Super Bowl and this year’s Bucs!

Local sports media icon Rock Riley hosts Bucs Kickoff right here at least 24 hours prior to each game. It’s a brand new podcast for the 2021 season.

Listen or download above, or at Google Podcasts, Podcast Addict and more. Follow Rock @RealRockRiley on Twitter.

Presented by Bill Currie Ford!

4 Responses to “Bucs Kickoff — Bills Week! — With Rock Riley; Special Rocklister Guest Martín Gramática”

  1. Chris@Apple Roof Cleaning Tampa Says:

    One reason why Buffalo has the number one pass defense is, you don’t need to pass to beat them!
    Both Indy and New England ran the ball on them, and they could not stop either team.
    Plus, their pass rush isn’t the best either, so Brady will have the time he needs to carve them like a Turkey.
    Regarding the Bills Mafia, my friends daughter works at the Hooters on W Hillsborough as a waitress. Bills Fans have already started complaining about the Chicken Wings not even being close to Real Buffalo Wings. I totally disagree, and I have been to the Anchor Bar in Buffalo too. I think Hooters has very good Chicken Wings + you can get a Grouper Sandwich there too!

  2. Ben green Says:

    The bills mafia are a bunch of dildo throwing morons. As far as the wing thing, it’s three ingredients. Wings, butter, and hot sauce. With as many half paisanos they have up there, you’d figure they have better food!
    Here’s Ben’s recipe. Bake off the wings before you fry. It’s important to render some fat off, or you’ll get chewey wings. Ideally, you want to chill them after par baking, but it’s not essential. Next Ben makes a spice rub with garlic and onion powder, s+p obviously, then a little cayenne if you like it a little spicier. Next fry those bad boys at 375. Yes Ben said 375, not 350. After all the wings are half cooked, so all you’re looking for is color and crispiness. After that it’s easy. Melt some butter in the micro, and get some Frank’s hot wing sauce. It’s important to incorporate the butter, or you’ll have a broken sauce. A metal bowl is key for tossing. Blue cheese and or ranch optional. Carrot sticks and celery are for Quakers.

  3. Ben green Says:

    No Alton brown is not Ben’s brother

  4. Ben green Says:

    If you want to bake entirely, I’d strongly recommend cooling them before the final bake off. It helps to congeal some of that fat, so you can approximate a deep fry in the oven. After Ben’s third shoulder surgery and subsequent end of his career, I because quite a good cook