Ira Kaufman Debates Many Angles Of The Post-Brady Era, And More

February 3rd, 2023

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The Sage of Tampa Bay Sports comes out reflective — and swinging some uppercuts — in his first episode of the post-Tom-Brady era. Enjoy!

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9 Responses to “Ira Kaufman Debates Many Angles Of The Post-Brady Era, And More”

  1. sasquatch Says:

    Do NOT talk about trading Mike Evans. Ph0ueck that.

  2. sasquatch Says:

    D3Klumper with the collapse talk again. #LoserTalk

  3. DoooshLaRue Says:

    From Cynthia “kinda hot at a quick glance” Freelund:

    However, computer vision shows that the Bucs (with Leonard Fournette and rookie Rachaad White leading the team in carries) had the most back-to-back unsuccessful rushes on first and second downs that gained fewer than 3 yards. This means there were frequent occasions when Tampa called a run on first down, failed to gain much, then called a run again on second down (employing the same or similar play), only to fall short again, leaving Tom Brady to try to pick up 6 yards or more on third down behind a banged-up O-line while facing a defense that knew the pass was coming.

    I sure am gonna miss THE MASTERMIND, Byron Leftditch.

  4. D-Rok Says:

    Good stuff Doosh. I mean, geez, if Cynthia can accurately diagnose what was wrong with our team last year, I think almost anybody can. And many on this site did call out what was wrong, akin and on par with the “experts.”

  5. adam from ny Says:

    regarding the dbs…

    what if:

    you sign dean and smb…and hope zion develops…


    you trade carlton davis away…

    yeah i said trade him if you need to jump up in the draft or something…and lose the salary…

    you don’t trade away me13 hoping a drafted qb doesn’t become another nfl bust…

    imagine all the crap you’ll hear later on as me13 goes to the hall of fame if he’s swapped out for a scrub qb in the draft

  6. BA’s Red Pen Says:

    I have had to vomit while listening to the last 2 podcasts, can y’all please stop with the Trade Evans BS?

  7. mark2001 Says:

    So silly. The time to lose the last two, without tanking was last year. We could have fired Bowles before the Carolina game, Promoted Lefty to HC to run the O and the D. You wouldn’t need to talk about tanking if you did that. But some were so sure we were going to turn it on against Dallas… so many of us just fooling ourselves.

  8. mark2001 Says:

    Finding a franchise QB with the number 19 pick? Like winning the lottery.

  9. Joe in Michigan Says:

    Did Ira fall asleep at the Bruce Wokesteen concert? 🤔