Derrick Brooks Explores Bucs-Ravens Aftermath

November 3rd, 2022

Buccaneers legend Derrick Brooks is back with glazed donut maven Ira Kaufman to talk all things Bucs. More insight and fun from The Identity Tampa Bay and Joe. Enjoy!

13 Responses to “Derrick Brooks Explores Bucs-Ravens Aftermath”

  1. Marine Buc Says:

    This is a direct quote from Ira’s per-game prediction last week:

    “The Bucs are going to win because this roster is too talented”

    D. Brooks – “I agree 100%”

    I laughed and asked – “Hey Ira did you happen to look at the INJURY REPORT lately”

    I am taking the Rams +3.

    The Rams defense > the Bucs offense
    The Rams offense > the Bucs defense
    The Rams special teams = the Bucs special teams

    Rams will win by 7 or more.

  2. BucU Says:

    I wouldn’t bet a nickel against your prediction.

  3. DBS Says:

    Coaching far superior to the Bucs. I agree. Rams by 7 or more.

  4. 54tytr Says:

    the bucs are trash. @Joes just shut down the site or sell it. we all know that the lost decade is about to make a comeback. THERE IS NO HOPE

  5. JimbobBucfan Says:

    Every year head coaches and experienced quarterbacks say the same kinds of things at the start of the season. “This is a new team.” “Last year doesn’t matter.” “We play them one at a time.” “It’s a long season, anything can happen.” “This game coming up is our most important one.”

    Fans and analysts dismiss all of this as a bunch of noise or cliches. We have nine more games left to position ourselves decently and to get on a roll for the playoffs.

    Go Bucs! 🏈

  6. Chris@Apple Roof Cleaning Tampa Says:

    I see it differently, I see us winning against the Rams on Sunday.
    WE have had 10 days to prepare for them, and they are not exactly real thrilled that their coach said he is stepping down after this year.
    Plus, Cooper Kupp is not 100% Healthy and may not even start.

    I am more worried about us playing against Seattle in Germany. Geno Smith is playing light out, but we still have a chance in that game.

  7. StAugBuc Says:

    WE have had 10 days to prepare for them, and they are not exactly real thrilled that their coach said he is stepping down after this year.

    Where did you see McVay stepping down? Haven’t seen this . . .

  8. Chris@Apple Roof Cleaning Tampa Says:

    I read he will retire when his core group of players have gone. However, it appears only Aaron Donald might be gone next year. But Stafford, Kupp and other core group of his players will still be there.
    McVea has made no secret of his desire to taste the broadcast booth.

  9. Redeemer Says:

    Yeppers, I think McVay will coach circles around Bowles and BL. They should double Cupp and Donald on every play. They probably won’t. The Rams literally have nobody else to throw to. Mason can hold his own against Donald for a handful of plays. If either of these guys beats us. It’s a failure by the coaches.

  10. SB~LV Says:

    Season is half over and a page full of articles with 25 average responses
    The Lost Season
    The most bizarre chapter in Bucs history
    Apathy abounds!

  11. HC Grover Says:

    That sounded like an obituary of the game Sunday.

  12. Destinjohnny Says:

    It’s mind blowing that 55 isn’t in the organization

  13. Goatfarmer Says:

    Respectfully, Warren should have a one on one film study with Diva whereby Diva is forced to get off his high horse and look at the evidence. And take some medicine. From Warren. Without lube.

    Dude has been coddled. Licht missed the chance to trade him for loot. We’re stuck with his occasional flash, non stop self-promotion, lazy or out of shape undisciplined high non-tackling style rubbish. So done with Diva. And his $100 million contract aspiration. Kwon was better.