Ira Kaufman Delivers The State Of The Draft Address, Jason Pierre-Paul News, Dives Into Prospects & Decisions, Talks Tyrann Mathieu Signing And Much More

May 2nd, 2022

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The Sage of Tampa Bay Sports has watched the film and studied the pedigrees, and now he’s prepared to slap a grade and an evaluation on the Buccaneers’ 2022 NFL Draft. And there’s much more on the buffet with Joe, presented by Bill Currie Ford!. Click play above or listen at Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts or, Stitcher, too, and more.

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7 Responses to “Ira Kaufman Delivers The State Of The Draft Address, Jason Pierre-Paul News, Dives Into Prospects & Decisions, Talks Tyrann Mathieu Signing And Much More”

  1. JimbobBucsFan Says:

    Gentlemen, I am the last guy to listen to this stuff. I don’t care. I loved it so much I’m going to bed now. 😳 😴 🤩 😃 Actually, I’m going to listen to whole thing all over again sometime today after I wake up.

    Go Bucs!

  2. steele Says:

    I agree that the season hinges on what happens with Gronk and the DL.

    Neither Suh nor JPP fill me would fill me with confidence, even if both came back. Both are past prime and both are gimpy.

    JPP can be replaced in free agency with Akiem Hicks, Jerry Hughes, Justin Houston, J Clowney or Carlos Dunlap.

    Suh’s position is much dicier. Logan Hall is a tweener and a rookie who needs work. He’s not quick enough to play outside, but not strong or technical enough to dominate inside just yet. In free agency, it’s hard to find good DTs who aren’t just big ancient run stuffers.

    If Suh is a no go, it might be time to check the two younger free agents, Eddie Goldman and Larry Ogunjobi. Goldman was an anchor for Chicago before a slightly off season due to health protocols. Ogunjobi had an injury in the playoffs, but was very good for the Bengals.

    Trades some time later this offseason are another possibility.

  3. Bruce Blahak Says:

    Suh, Gronk and JPP are huge influences and leaders on this team. No championship without those guys. Just find the cash somehow like the F’N Aints!

  4. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    I think the last 4th round pick who made an impact with the Bucs was Jordan Whitehead…

    And, I definitely think we not only saved money with the Camarda pick…..we upgraded the position.

    The only problem I have with the draft is the throw away top of the 6th round pick to trade up 3 spots for Goedeke……simply don’t think that was necessary.

  5. Bruce Blahak Says:

    @Tampabaybucfan…disagree, watched a lot of MAC, Goedeke is solid, thought Raimann was even better but he’s a LT.

  6. JimbobBucsFan Says:

    Did re-listen. See nothing wrong with drafting a specialist punter. There is no guarantee he will be there in the 6th or 7th. I give Licht an A for the way he navigates. Extra picks can offset one less than perfect pick to some degree. The total draft is what matters in the long run.

  7. BillyBucco Says:

    I wasn’t stoked about any one pick but also gave Licht an A.
    White peaks my curiosity because he runs like Rojo but can catch.

    Not a ton of wear on those tires either.
    Loved the Zyon pick.