Ira Kaufman Talks OC Chess Game And Options, Tanking, Brady Files, Mike Evans Vs. Devin White, And Much More

January 26th, 2023

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6 Responses to “Ira Kaufman Talks OC Chess Game And Options, Tanking, Brady Files, Mike Evans Vs. Devin White, And Much More”

  1. Dick LeBeau Jr. Says:

    I’m halfway through the podcast and let’s stop saying R. White is just okay and may be doesn’t look at good. What? So we’re forgetting that our oline did nothing to help the backs at all, let alone Brady most of the year. We don’t need a RB. Fix the oline. Don’t need a 3 WR. Stop with the nonsense. Most teams only have 2 WRs and a halfway decent third and a capable TE. There’s no team with superstars at every position.

    This team needs an OC who can call a competent game, knows how to adjust, and put together a scheme for your talent. Defensively, yes, we need to get younger. Enough with the bargain bin players. You can find decent guys who aren’t in their 30s who can help this team in free agency. Teams do it all the time. But no, this team always goes for the old heads who have one foot out of the league.

    We don’t need a rebuild. We need to fix the few holes on the team and get younger and faster. Let David retire a Buc. Now you don’t make a hole in the middle. Try and retain Dean. Now you’re not hurting for a CB. Draft a safety and stop trying to convert players into positions they’re not a natural fit for. We need a LG, draft a LG and not a former RT. I mean, how hard is that? This team has a penchant for making things overly difficult for no reason.

    As far as the QB position goes, I don’t care if Brady comes back or not. Sooner or later, we’re going to have to get a QB of the future and he has to be mobile enough to extend plays. The league is moving beyond the purely pocket passing QBs. The plan is as simple as 1, 2, 3, 4 and not 34, 3, 94, 22. Sheesh. End scene.

  2. sasquatch Says:

    Stop the tank talk. Effing stup!d. Joe would have tanked for Johnny Football. That’s just how m0r0nic this talk is.

  3. sasquatch Says:

    The Bucs aren’t doing any negotiating with Brady about how they’re going to approach the offseason. They’ll maybe share some plans about acquiring players, etc… and maybe promise to attempt to sign player X or Y… but there’s only so much they can do.

  4. sasquatch Says:

    D3Klemperer is also just a little intolerant and irrational about Gage. You can’t blame the GM or the player for having an injured year… unless the guy was clearly an injury-prone guy to begin with… In which case, it would just have been called a dumb signing.

    By the same standard, is Jensen a disappointment because he was hurt all year?

  5. BA's Red Pen Says:

    2 things, NFW you trade Mike Evans, Dallas Guy saying CD Lamb the best receiver in the NFC is incorrect and stupid

  6. Goatfarmer Says:

    It’s simple. Just pull the plug on Bowelszo now.

    Because it can’t be done due to all the wrong reasons, irrelevant to football performance .