JPP Ready For Tom Brady Hunting

October 27th, 2022

Starting Ravens edge rusher Jason Pierre-Paul, the former Bucs star, was talking big this week when it comes to showing up his former team tonight at The Licht House.

JPP has the heart of champion and is just four games into his Ravens career following offseason shoulder surgery and rehab.

Joe watched JPP’s first game against Buffalo this year. His hustle was there but he looked much slower than usual. A week later, JPP was sharper, ripping inside Bengals right tackle La’el Collins and knifing past right guard Alex Cappa to sack Joe Burrow.

Tonight, JPP wants to make Bucs general manager Jason Licht and head coach Todd Bowles feels as queasy as a typical Bucs fan has all week.

“I’m just going to go out and show them what they don’t have,” JPP told the Ravens’ team website.

Joe always will root for JPP, but Joe is not concerned at all about the man who gave four tough-guy years to the Bucs. JPP is no match for Donovan Smith or Tristan Wirfs.

In fact, Joe actually thinks the presence of JPP, and his trash-talking, might help the Bucs wake up from the zombie zone they’ve been in for two weeks.

41 Responses to “JPP Ready For Tom Brady Hunting”

  1. Marine Buc Says:

    I’m hearing the theme song from the movie “JAWS” slowly playing as I read this…

  2. SB~LV Says:

    He’ll get one too !

  3. LOL Says:

    He’s definitely getting at least 1 sack….

  4. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    I am far more concerned about Shaq’s lack of production that I am JPP….

    It’s time for us to put some pressure on the QB……

  5. #8 Says:

    JPP likes to ruin TB12…watch the two Giants v Pats Super Bowls.

  6. ZZbucs Says:

    This is the same guy, who said that Tampa was a sh*t hole….We shouldn´t forget about that……

  7. Jonny Says:

    JPP was not brought back for right reasons. Even if he manages a sack, he knows as well as anyone why he wasn’t needed.

  8. Paratrooper Buc Says:

    JPP will relish getting a sack on Brady as a highlight for this season. Our O line is a horrible and Brady is going to get sacked.


    I believe JPP will get a sack.

    But I do also think that JOE made a good point that maybe a little bit of trash-talking could wake the BUCS from this ridiculous “zombie” sleep they have been in.

  10. Chris@Apple Roof Cleaning Tampa Says:

    The Eagles just traded with Chicago for a Pro Bowl Pass Rusher, and only gave up a 4th round pick next year.
    Chicago was shopping him around, so where the heck was Jason Licht, on this deal ?
    We asked JPP to play hurt last year, and he did, yet we did not resign him.
    So, there has to be a little bad blood there.

  11. Dusthty Rhothdes Says:

    JTS is a bust and the contract that Shaq got was not worth that as he is just average if that; JPP Suh and whitehead are huge losses on this defense

  12. Cobraboy Says:

    Crows: 38-10.

  13. Dusthty Rhothdes Says:

    Chris, right on…at start of the season, thought the Eagles were just an average playoff team, they have proven me wrong and their schedule is weak, so they should get home field throughout. Their HC/OC is innovative and creative something this team is lacking and their GM is bottom of the league but has been making moves; the bucs need an edge rusher and like Chris stated the Eagles got Quinn for basically nothing

  14. MadMax Says:

    Rock, Paper, Scissors!

    Just messing with you JPP….go do your thing brother. Thanks for the SB 🙂

  15. MadMax Says:

    If we dont go after Bo Nix, or cant, then Will Anderson is my next guy…but he’s top 5 so we’ll probably have to trade up. I remember watching him last year and wanted him.

  16. Listnfrmafar Says:

    #8, I believe JPP only played in the second Giants game. Riccard is going to crush Tyron. JPP will be in Brady’s face ALL night. Donavan Smith? How did he go unscathed by Joe this week. The human drive killer and look out block king.

  17. Craig Says:

    I hope the Bucs actually dress Trask tonight. He might be needed badly. Gabbert only needs to fall on one of his rebuilt shoulders once to be over for the year.

    It is going to be ugly, and, regretfully, it is on Fox locally, so I can’t say that I will miss it because I am boycotting the streaming crud

  18. HC Grover Says:

    But we has Plan 9 from Outer Space on the job/

  19. Dusthty Rhothdes Says:

    Bo Nix?????? cmon man…let get bryce young, will anderson or Breese from Clemson

  20. JP Says:

    “Boycotting streaming crud” translation, angry way of saying I can’t afford streaming devices or subscriptions. It ok. Amazon Prime is a lot more than a streaming subscription though , did you know they deliver things in two days for free ?
    Yes , that is rather modern just like streaming.
    Your Great great grandpa probably boycotted electricity and used his trusty candles !

  21. tampabayallday Says:

    He’s going to be a huge difference maker …

  22. Joe Says:

    “Boycotting streaming crud” translation, angry way of saying I can’t afford streaming devices or subscriptions. It ok. Amazon Prime is a lot more than a streaming subscription though , did you know they deliver things in two days for free ?

    Streaming sports may be the way of the future but it is a poorer experience than the dish or cable. That’s not even debatable.

  23. MadMax Says:

    Im ok with them too Dusty….just going with my gut and being realistic of what may be within reach

  24. Listnfrmafar Says:

    Unfortunately Joe is right. I bought the NFL+ so I could watch Bucs games. I hook it up to my TV the presentation is like watching a Madden video game. How about the Prime Video intro pregame? It looks like a graphic design student on the verge of flanking out did the creative.

  25. SufferingSince76 Says:

    Have mercy, JPP! The majority of the fans wanted you back and miss your presence.

  26. SlyPirate Says:

    “I’m going to show them what they don’t have.”

    Is he going to be a competent OC or play LG?

  27. Pryda...Sec147 Says:

    Bounce back game for us we going to smack JPP

  28. HomerSimpsonRocks Says:

    Shoulda kept him and Suh.

  29. Pewter Power Says:

    It’s like this franchise knows it’s not their year and they are seeing which players they will keep after this season. No reason not to give up a 4th or any pick for a player better than who is a starter.

  30. Mike Johnson Says:

    JPP is going to be pumped tonight. He can’t
    wait to sack Brady. turn to the fans and say, How ya like me Now.

  31. Eric b Says:

    We shoul d have kept both him and suh!!! And def could of spent the 10 mil on them and not gage. We have a long way to go LFGO TAMPA!!!!! WAKE UP AND WE HAVE THE TALENT!! RAVENS PASS DEFENSE SUCKS SO LETS THROW THE BALL!!! EXPLOIT THIER WEAKNESSES TAKE AWAY THIER STRENGHTS PLAY A QB SPY ON LAMAR. AND YES STREAMING DOES SUCK

  32. MadMax Says:

    @Eric, thats asking a lot for low comprehension skills…

  33. Bucanero Says:

    Definitely something to watch and Joe has a great point. JPP may bring the energy Bucs need. Go Bucs!

  34. Browsing from DC via MA Says:

    Amazon blows for live football for one big reason…no control. You can’t pause, FF, Rewind, etc. I stream (no cable) using YouTubeTV and if I’m late for the kickoff, no problem. Need to “take care of business” for a few minutes, pause and resume. I typically prefer to start the game 20 minutes late so there’s enough of a buffer that I can FF thru commercials.

    Amazon really needs to up their game. I think they have the $$$

  35. Browsing from DC via MA Says:

    And JPP will probably feast tonight. He’s looked damn good. Maybe seeing his fire will spark some on our side of the ball

  36. captivajim Says:

    the Ravens had 5 sacks last wk, FIVE . JPP has more than ample reason enjoy this game . Licht has a lot to think about when he might look in a mirror !!!!!

  37. orlbucfan Says:

    JPP is an old fart who is pushing his luck. He gets carted off the field tonight with a broken neck, so be it.

  38. Jack Burton Mercer Says:

    With jpp on the other side our running game should definitely improve.

  39. Mike Johnson Says:

    I’m with Chris Apple here. JPP played very hurt last season. He gave us his all. He is healthy now and we did not resign him. I think he is going to be a terror against the Bucs tonight. Its gonna be an..In your face type thing. Mans gonna be juiced.

  40. cmurda Says:

    There is a cap folks. When you are busy building your dream home and signing every player in the world as you play couch GM, keep in mind that you are the same ones that yearned for keeping the Super Bowl team together. But there was a little bit of a sell your soul to the Devil in regards to the Cap. This is the end result of all those fake years tacked on to the end to kick the can. Right now, Licht had to try to navigate that can while replacing some tough losses. Noone expected Marpet to retire. That was the one loss that was really tough and incredibly difficult to replace. Jensen going down. The O Line has been a work in progress. Instead of letting them work out their kinks, I accuse our O Coordinator of trying to shove a running system that is not our identity. We suck at running the ball. Stop doing it consistently. See Buffalo Bills for help. That’s common sense. I digress.

  41. Craig Says:

    JP, I have prime Video, came free with the level of Amazon Prime I pay for.

    I also have the latest iteration of FIOS, which runs on Wi-Fi, as does the DISH Hopper.

    I can watch Thursday Night Football on the 56 inch TV, but I don’t like the way it plays, I also don’t like the NFL getting huffy with Nielsen for saying the NFL has been inflating the number of people watching it by several million people.

    Thursday Night Football was started to support the NFL Channel and the players hate it, so I have several reasons why I don’t want to watch football on a streaming network.

    I am torn on if I want watch the Bucs again, the Lost years were bad enough.