John Spytek Confessed Bucs Wanted A Tackle

April 29th, 2023

Bucs VP of Player Personnel John Spytek.

Man, for much of the past two months, Bucs fans either have been stomping their feet for a starting left tackle or, for those who like to play with matches, have been screaming to move Tristan Wirfs to left tackle and hollering for a right tackle.

After the draft finished this evening, the Bucs marched out high-energy Bucs vice president of personnel John Spytek to discuss Bucs draft strategy this weekend.

Spytek was asked about not drafting a tackle.

Yes, technically, the Bucs did draft a tackle. Cody Mauch of North Dakota State was selected in the second round and he played left tackle. But last night Joe asked Bucs AC/DC-loving general manager Jason Licht where Mauch would play and he said, “right now” he’s a guard. So the Bucs didn’t draft a tackle.

Spytek said the draft didn’t shake out the way they hoped in order to draft a tackle.

“Sometimes [the draft] doesn’t go the way you want,” Spytek said. “We would have all loved to add tackles.

“But, I don’t want to lose enough games every year to be up there where tackles typically go. … Would we have loved to [draft a tackle]? Sure, I think we would have loved to.

“At the same time, we are not going to force players around here.”

Spytek added reaching for players is too dangerous.

“I think that is the worst thing to do,” Spytek said. “You end up taking a guy [in the second round] that you have fourth-round grades on.

“When he comes in and walks through your door, you go, ‘Yeah, he’s a fourth-round pick.’ And [as a result] you missed all these other guys.”

Spytek emphasized he thinks the Bucs are in good shape at tackle opposite Wirfs. He told the local pen and mic club the team has players who have played tackle. The Bucs, Spytek noted, aren’t remotely close to giving up on Luke Goedeke despite the MAC product looking overwhelmed in his rookie season playing guard.

So that begs the question: Are the Bucs going to look at June 1 cuts or training camp cuts to bring in a tackle?

94 Responses to “John Spytek Confessed Bucs Wanted A Tackle”

  1. MadMax Says:

    I HATE chicago….they took our man Wright…oh well

  2. Austin Says:

    Out of all our linemen we got to have at least 1 good tackle, im not worried about it. Everyone in the room is fighting for a spot except wirfs and jensen. I’m sure cream will rise to the top in competition… very good draft

  3. sasquatch Says:

    Like, no duh they wanted a tackle. They could have taken someone, but opted to go for the better player on their board, which you have to do.

    But, they have answers if they’re confident in Goedeke at RT and Wirfs can flip without too much adjustment. No one can say we don’t have enough young talent on the OL. The trouble is putting together the right combination for your starting 5.

  4. Geno711 Says:

    2019, pre draft all the Bucs fans on JBF wanted us to take an OT>

    The number 1 and 2 choices on this site were the Alabama guy (Jonah Williams) and the Florida guy (Jawaan Taylor). So many fan experts berated Licht for not drafting either of those guys. Glad we waited a year and took Wirfs.

    In Licht I trust when it comes to OL talent.

  5. MadMax Says:

    Has Diva white been traded yet?….get him outta here for a RT…

    Work that trade Mr. Licht…

  6. Letsbucinggo Says:

    Harrison was still there?

  7. Buccos Says:

    I keep telling you that kid Walton looked better out there than Donny or Wells

  8. SB~LV Says:

    The whole world understood the Bucs were looking to draft a tackle at 19 or earlier if possible, the price and circumstances just weren’t right. Have to move on from here, there are always proven veterans let go between now and TC.
    It is what it is! Buckle up!

  9. Joe Swanson Says:

    How soon will the Bucs start calling free agents Andre Carter is still out there.

  10. Dooley Says:

    “I don’t want to lose enough games to be where those tackles usually go”

    “Where not going to force players around here”

    I like John Spytek, I tend to listen cause he doesn’t speak much publicl.

  11. LakelandSteve Says:

    Guarantee the Bucs are already bringing in undrafted free agents but there won’t be a starting left tackle as a ufda. I think they had a fabulous draft but only time will tell. BTW Joe, loved the reporting of the draft this year. You guys are first rate and always love Joe Bucs Fan!

  12. OrlandoBucFan Says:

    Well, if Wirfs makes a successful transition to left tackle (yes, I play with matches), then right tackle should be an easier position to fill. I would hate for the Bucs to be under pressure to find a left tackle to protect our quarterback’s blind side. It appears the Bucs had to adjust their plans when the top rated tackles came off the board when their pick rolled around (I know Harrison was still on the board), but it appeared they had a higher value on Kancey. My son really wanted us to draft Skoronski, so we when was drafted, he immediately said we needed to draft Kancey. My 16 year old nailed it (take that Sean Sullivan)!

  13. OrlandoBucFan Says:

    Well, if Wirfs makes a successful transition to left tackle (yes, I play with matches), then right tackle should be an easier position to fill. I would hate for the Bucs to be under pressure to find a left tackle to protect our quarterback’s blind side. It appears the Bucs had to adjust their plans when the top rated tackles came off the board when their pick rolled around (I know Harrison was still on the board), but it appeared they had a higher value on Kancey. My son really wanted us to draft Skoronski, so we when was drafted, he immediately said we needed to draft Kancey. My 16 year old nailed it!

  14. ModHairKen Says:

    Re-sign Donovan Smith.

  15. D-Rok Says:

    Spytek is one of my unsung heroes working for the Bucs. Wish we had more stories about him.

  16. stpetebucfan Says:

    Remember the Ryan Jensen story. He sucked until year 4 in Baltimore because he hadn’t yet been slotted in his proper position. Move him to Center and voila!

    Same thing could happen for Goeddeke and other very young players being asked to play all over the OL sometimes out of the natural position.

    I still believe the OL has potential.

  17. FrontFour Says:

    Lots of time to OTA’s and training camp.

  18. Hodad Says:

    Dotson was an UDFA who had a pretty good career with the Bucs. We’re not done. The after draft is starting, and I’m sure you’ll see a tackle, QB, and RB.

  19. Joe Swanson Says:

    Bucs should have not have traded there draft picks to move up those players they would have been there without moving up. Licht needs to turn the draft over to Spytek, Licht gets too excited it interferes with his thinking.

  20. Rod Munch Says:

    Just call up Donovan and ask him if he wants his job back. Problem solved.

  21. shak Says:

    Bucs UDFA: Ronnie Brown RB, Jack Bates K, and Kade Warner WR.

  22. Rod Munch Says:

    I’m looking at the UDFA’s the Bucs are signing.

    They got a slow WR who makes up for not being fast by also not being quick.

    A kicker who is a kickoff specialist with a ridiculously strong leg. Probably just seeing if he can make kicks or not, but with the Bucs not carrying three QBs this year, they’ll have an extra roster spot. Still, can’t imagine you have just a kickoff specialist.

    And a RB named Ronnie Brown. Which made me think of the Cadillac Williams draft, with Ronnie Brown, and I wondered if this might be his son – so I google it, and nope, I’d say for certain this guy is certainly not related to that Ronnie Brown. Anywho, watching his highlights, man, he reminds me a ton of old Bucs and Bandit RB Gary Anderson. Runs sort of upright and is very smooth. Looked it up and he runs a 4.46. No idea if he’ll be any good or not, but he’s different than the other guys we have for sure. I like it.

  23. Rod Munch Says:

    Continuing to watch more highlights on Ronnie Brown… damn. The first highlights I saw where him in the open field, where he looked like Gary Anderson or Marcus Allen, but other highlights he’s having to stop and go and juke, and wow is he making people look stupid. This is some impressive tape … if he was playing against guys who wouldn’t even get an Arena Football tryout. Still, he’s completely embarrassing these jobbers he’s going against, will be interesting to see if that translates to the NFL. His workout numbers are great. has a 9.33 RAS score, with elite speed and elite agility.

    This is an excellent signing as an UDFA. Not saying he’ll even make the team or anything, but again, you got someone with elite traits for free. So that’s fantastic.

  24. unbelievable Says:

    Could be targeting roster cuts… then again we knew we needed o-line help
    Last off-season and they didn’t do squat.

    My guess is they’re hoping Wirfs goes to the left side and Goedke to the right. Or else they try to resign Smith for way less money and leave Wirfs.

    I’d be okay with either. I think Goedke could actually play RT. Just not sure we wanna mess with Wirfs.

  25. Dom N. Nick Says:


    LakelandSteve Says:
    April 29th, 2023 at 7:15 pm
    Guarantee the Bucs are already bringing in undrafted free agents but there won’t be a starting left tackle as a ufda. I think they had a fabulous draft but only time will tell. BTW Joe, loved the reporting of the draft this year. You guys are first rate and always love Joe Bucs Fan!

  26. Rod Munch Says:

    Man, go on YouTube and watch:
    Ronnie Brown Shepherd University Football Highlights 2022 – Hustler’s Ambition

    That is impressive. Again, keep in mind these is ultra low level talent he’s going against. But who cares, he’s making the defenders just look like middle schoolers. Reminds me of watching Thompkins film last year, except he was going against better talent, but Thompkins looked like a mini-DJax. This guy very much has a Christian McCaffrey vibe. I have a feeling we’re going to hear a ton of buzz about him in the offseason. Again, it may not translate into games, but I’m going to guess in workouts and practice people are going to be hyping this guy.

  27. Rod Munch Says:

    Next UDFA signing, Tanner Taula, TE, Illinois State

    Looking at his info… 6′ 6″ 252. Runs a 4.85 40, only 16 reps at 225. His college stats aren’t much.

    If he’s primarily a blocker, you’d think he’d do more than 16 reps, however guys with long arms can be limited on reps. Hard to say much about as there isn’t much out there. He has played a lot of games however, so this is another guy with a ton of experience.

  28. Mike Johnson Says:

    I still wonder why we did not take Harrison. I think he will pan out as a very good OT. Evidently, we did not want an OT that bad.

  29. Pickgrin Says:

    Licht and Co. either didn’t like Harrison’s value at that spot or they flat out LOVED Kancey. Probably a combination of both.

    You can’t fill all needs in the draft most years – but OT seemed like a big one this year….

    Hopefully Goedeke is ready for prime time out on the right edge. If not – then the new/old FA Fieler does have 2 years of starting experience at RT.

  30. Rod Munch Says:

    Bucs also signed Sean Tucker, RB, Syracuse

    To my eye, not based on much other than a couple of mins of highlights, while he looked good in those highlights, I’m not sure those highlights translate to the NFL. But he looks like he can do everything, but is just kind of boring. Reminds me a bit of Keyshawn Vaughn, but smaller. Could be a roster filler and play special teams if he made the roster. Doesn’t really stand out like Ronnie Brown did, but he’s also going against much better talent.

  31. Rod Munch Says:

    Bucs signed Chris Izien, S, Rutgers

    Looking at his scouting report… and this jumps off the page, a 4.34 40.

    He’s 5-10 204, which is fine for a coverage safety.

    Supposed to be a very good zone safety, and since Arians left, Bowles has ran a ton of zone.

    This is another guy who has played a ton of snaps in college. Notice a trend in this draft?

    Basically looking over his pro and cons and workout numbers, I’m kind of surprised he wasn’t drafted. He doesn’t have ideal size, but he has enough size, and elite speed. Again, for someone you’re getting for free, I like the signing, based on the little I know.

  32. JimbobBucsFan Says:

    It seems obvious to me that the Bucs would have drafted a LT or a RT that they thought could be ready to start this upcoming season as a rookie. No one met that criteria in their evaluation. They will surely move Wirfs to the left side. Goedeke, Feiler and Mauch will compete for RT.

    Go Bucs!

  33. Dooley Says:

    As expected we’re bringing in a ton of talent for rookie camp. I like giving Sean Tucker a look, not a complete back in terms of ability in the pass game, but he’s got the talent to mold. Hilarious we signed Kurt Warner’s kid.

    Also just watched Ramirezs’ zoom presser, bro had the Bucs shirt on already. See? Nothing like staying ready lol

  34. Trask To The Future Says:

    My guess is the Bucs have been in talks with Donovan’s agent about bringing him back depending on how the draft went.

  35. Oneilbuc Says:

    Jason Licht done a great job!!! Let’s go Bucs!!!

  36. Leopold Stotch Says:

    Where are you guys finding the udfa signings?

  37. Redeemer Says:

    Anyone who thinks they know anything about these players is kidding themselves. Sure draft talk is fun, but the udfa market is as likely to produce talent as a 5th or 6th rounder. I love all you guys that fall in love with picks. You may as well pick your noses.

  38. Goatfarmer Says:

    What Spytek didn’t say……We’re giving Bowels everyone he wants so he has absolutely zero excuses for losing with this roster. (Preliminary new head coaching candidate evaluations are underway.)

  39. Brandon Says:

    Licht is running the table with UDFAs and getting some major studs. Banks, the Tennessee MLB is fast and productive with a mid round grade as well as Tucker, the Cuse RB, was super productive and a good enough athlete. Izien of Rutgers. I know little about him but he played lots of games and tested like Bob Sanders. Short, thick, and super athletic. They got a TE that may be as good as the one they drafted. Ronnie Brown, is small and fast. Two solid WRs with mid round grades.

    Don’t discount these UDFAs. We keep 4-5 about every year. These are our 8th round picks and they can play.

  40. Goatfarmer Says:

    Mo is a Lion. Hoping for him in pewter. Oh well.

  41. Goatfarmer Says:

    Redeemer – amen again bro.

  42. Dooley Says:

    Wait, we signed Rakim Jarrett?!?!

  43. Buc4evr Says:

    Jason signed Kurt Warner’s son. Lol. Wonder if the Bucs will sign a FA QB like Ryan since they didn’t draft one?

  44. Goatfarmer Says:

    Bucs will definitely sign another QB. Heck it might even be Griff, just to run practice as a qb but also coach on the field.

  45. Stanglassman Says:

    Bucs UFA signed a really good RB. Sean Tucker out of Syracuse. Draft scout had him RB#7.

  46. RachaadWhite>Fournette Says:

    @joe check out Simms unbuttoned YouTube video on ranking Sean Tucker as number 4 rb in the draft , tape is impressive Simms agrees . Simms can be corny but he has been pretty darn accurate with his draft rankings Over the past few years

  47. Stanglassman Says:

    Tucker RB and Wr K/State Kade Warner (kirt’s son) are the only 2 UFA I’ve seen that the Bucs signed that were expected to be drafted.

  48. Stanglassman Says:

    Tennessee ILB Jeremy Banks UFA signed too. This kid has all the talent in the world. He is just small for some teams and switched positions during college. He was a RB before ILB. Lots more signing popping up. The Bucs are filling out their roster depth nicely.

  49. ShakeandBaker Says:

    Rod take a Benadryl and get some sleep. You’re watching film and getting excited about UDFAs. Relax dude. Most of those guys will be ups driver by September.

  50. Craig Says:

    Spinnie. He did a good job of covering Wirfs spot when Wirfs was injures.

    He will be the leader in that role. If Mauck is next to him it will be fine.

    Of course I hope the Bucs get a bunch of UDFAs, they all have a bit more P.O.ed attitude than the drafted guys.

  51. Goatfarmer Says:

    I’m out of vaseline. Anyone have any experience with bacon grease?

  52. Goatfarmer Says:

    Osqueeler, please don’t praise Licht for chrissakes. Please hate on this draft like you did Tom Brady, and the Bucs will be fine.

  53. Geno711 Says:

    If you’re going to use bacon grease as a lubricant, just make sure you’re not trying to fry anything at the same time.

    Unless you’re into mutilation.

  54. Redeemer Says:

    It’s all such nonsense GF. I watched this player in college, that guy watched another. Even these GMs are guessing to a large degree. The best picks are the ones you don’t take. Look at the hit and miss rate among first round talent alone. Very few picks are sure things. Once you get into the weeds past round 3, you may as well flip a coin. Draft talk makes me sleepy. One plus was watching Levis slide, and those two beautiful broads around him. Schadenfreude is beautiful.

  55. Yucs2Bucs Says:

    That’s embarrassing and I guarantee we will be up in the draft picking a tackle in the draft !!! Especially if we win 3 games, but hopefully will get a franchise QB

  56. Irishmist Says:

    Goat, that can be risky if you have a hungry dog around the house.

  57. DJB Says:

    Wirfs is likely our left tackle, I mean who else do we have to play that position?

  58. Beej Says:

    Buccos Says:
    April 29th, 2023 at 7:05 pm
    I keep telling you that kid Walton looked better out there than Donny or Wells


  59. Destinjohnny Says:

    After 10 drafts with Jason our left tackle is…..

  60. Brandon Says:

    Most interesting story to me is the signing of RB Sean Tucker who had a 4th round grade by many. Word is that he had a heart issue detected at the Combine which prevented him from working out. He was later cleared and had a great workout at his Pro Day. He could be a huge steal.

  61. Brandon Says:

    Tucker…. Mel Kiper claimed was his favorite RB in the draft. Not a Mel fan but Mel’s a Tucker fan. This dude will push Vaughn for RB2 reps.

  62. Oneilbuc Says:

    Goofarmer. You act like a 5 year old child and yes Brady sucked without AB and Gronk and that’s a fact why don’t you go root for another team because Brady ain’t here anymore. I call it like I see it regardless how you and any other person feels about it. I don’t believe in the media narratives that’s why they don’t let people call in their shows anymore. That’s why ESPN or Fox sports don’t let people call in and Joe bucfan doesn’t do it because you can pick apart their narratives. I give credit where credit is do and I criticize if they deserve to be criticize regardless the player or coach or GM .

  63. sasquatch Says:

    Tucker is a 4.35 guy. Compact, has some power. Looks like an NFL RB to me.

  64. adam from ny Says:

    there going to sit on devin white for a while…

    go into the season with him…and decide what to do as time progresses…

    he and lavonte are a tandem, and this is most likely LD’s last year…so they’ll have to figure out what route to go at both mlb positions as weeks roll by during the season…

    and if a team is desperate for a linebacker due to injury, or thinks they’re one player away from making a run – they might make a juicy trade deadline offer for DW…

    imagine you can pull a 1st or 2nd rounder for him with a desperate contender who’s linebacker just went down for the season…

    i think we have him until the trade deadline…

    and because his head’s not screwed on straight, they’re nervous to dump a boatload of money into his pockets, with lavonte nearing the end of his run

  65. Woodenman Says:

    Kade Warner HOF QB Kurt Warner son .

  66. adam from ny Says:

    this draft wreaks of great concern off the edge…

    in regards to shaq’s recovery, and joe sho’s potential enshrinement into bustville

  67. adam from ny Says:

    who the heck is tucker…we didn’t draft a tucker…

    did we get him this fast as an ufa signing?

  68. adam from ny Says:

    never mind i just read up on the signing of the ‘cuse kid…

    tucker could be nice!

  69. Woodenman Says:

    They ain’t trading White to cheap keep maybe if he has great year they will resign but it will take a great year ? We will see.

  70. adam from ny Says:

    we also sign indiana ot luke haggard…

    he was supposedly ranked the 9th best tackle in this years draft but went undrafted…


    if the kid shows promise he could snag a roster spot…

    the next wells?

  71. optimisticbucsfan Says:

    Gotta love the unbreakable hope of some fans

  72. sasquatch Says:

    The Lukes of Haggard

  73. Mike S Says:

    I give the Bucs a solid B+ draft.

    They didn’t go for flash, they went conventional wisdom absent some arm length nitpicking.

    They got a couple of guys who will probably start, they got decent depth, they got a couple of projects and they got guys who should upgrade special teams.

    Maybe a guy or two who could be in the NFL beyond the rookie contract.

    Solid draft.

  74. Woodenman Says:

    Totally agree Mike S but I am sure Munch would not.

  75. Goatfarmer Says:

    Redeemer — I believe one of the women was his mom. The other was either a girlfriend, or a sister. Yep. (Bevis and Butthead giggling…………….)

    All the inappropriate stuff going through my head………….as you can imagine……………….

    Oh and O’squeeler, did your mom help you to figure out how to count yet? Like, 8 is less than 9? Y’all ? Who are they, it’s plural (that means “more than one”). And, ever heard or seen anything about Brian Flores?

    Unhappy about a Super Bowl win? Unhappy about these fans you stubbornly hang around to yell at for (unspecified reasons involving Brady and The Man)? You think that Jason and the Glazers listen to and react to the sentiments on this site? You’ve claimed that more than a dozen times and yelled at those calling you out as being ignorant to the NFL’s ways.

    Please, condemn this draft, tell us how Jason is horrible. Please.

  76. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    Smith coming back.

  77. Rod Munch Says:

    ShakeandBaker – Last year I really like Thompkins, and said so here, and the kid made the team, and is a really exciting player.

    In any case, the draft is once a year, and there’s nothing much to talk about until preseason. If you have no interest in this stuff, that’s on you.

  78. Rod Munch Says:

    sasquatch Says:
    April 29th, 2023 at 10:31 pm
    Tucker is a 4.35 guy. Compact, has some power. Looks like an NFL RB to me.


    What I see says he ran a 4.54, which would match what I see in his highlights. He does weight 207, so he’s heavier than I thought, which is good.

    I don’t know, maybe it was watching that Ronnie Brown tape first, but Tucker just sort of looked average. I could see him making a team as a roster filler, but there wasn’t much that got me excited about him. BUT, very very limited tape and just reading a few scouting notes, so maybe he’s better than I’m giving him credit for. Then again, if he was better, you’d think he’d have been drafted – but, as I’ve said for years, you don’t need to draft RBs, you can find them anywhere, so maybe he turns into that guy.

  79. Goatfarmer Says:

    Most of Tucker’s lanes were big enough that many here could have gotten 3 or 4 yards. Except O’Squeeler, she would have lost about 5.

    Still, Tucker looks like a very good signing. O’squeeler, not so much.

  80. Goatfarmer Says:

    Irishmist Says:
    April 29th, 2023 at 9:51 pm
    Goat, that can be risky if you have a hungry dog around the house.

    Irish — I missed this earlier — thanks for the warning, I read it in the nick of time.

  81. JimbobBucsFan Says:

    It was intended that Wirfs would eventually replace Smith from the day he was drafted. The conventional NFL wisdom has always been that you prioritize the left tackle position in order to protect your right-handed QB’s blind side. Duuuh.

  82. garro Says:

    The only guy i’m truly excited about is the Toothless Ginger Cody Mauch.
    Hoping for the best for all our new Bucs but I have serious doubts about all the other picks. Most are undersized speed guys that have holes in their game and I question the need to draft a tight end.

  83. Oneilbuc Says:

    Goofarmer. Lol 🤣🤣 is a 5 year old little boy who try to act tuff behind a key board. Lol 🤣🤣 coward!!!

  84. Oneilbuc Says:

    Goofarmer. You still mad because your daddy left you lol 🤣🤣 you thought he was going to bring you with him huh??

  85. Who Says Says Can't Say Says:

    hey maybe they can get some more guards! those are fun

  86. Bucs Guy Says:

    The only tackles that fit our scheme were Johnson (OSU) and Anton Harrison (OKU). Harrison was there. Still don’t understand why we didn’t take him unless he had a much lower grade than the Pitt DT.

    We let Wells go FA and we cut Donovan Smith. We only have back up Ts unless you trust Goedeke — which most people don’t.

  87. ScottyMack Says:

    I don’t think anybody has a clue what will happen with the Bucs’ O-line this year. They’ll be running a whole new scheme – one where the players who formerly looked bad might suddenly look good in. Then again, the players we think are solid (Wirfs, Jensen) may not do so well in that scheme.

  88. Larrd Says:

    Goedeke can handle RT, I bet.

  89. CrackerBall Says:

    Spytek added reaching for players is too dangerous.

    “I think that is the worst thing to do,” Spytek said. “You end up taking a guy [in the second round] that you have fourth-round grades on.

    Donovan Smith slowly enters the conversation – stage left

  90. Geno711 Says:

    Oneilbuc always a Brady and Arians hater.

    But for some reason odd reason a Bill Belichick and Jameis Winston lover.

    A stat just for you.

    Bill Belichick record without Tom Brady in the NFL: 79-88
    Bruce Arians record without Tom Brady in the NFL: 65-42-1

  91. Oneilbuc Says:

    Geno711. I know you call it hate because I tell the truth on what I saw on the field and telling the truth is something a lot of y’all hate because I don’t follow the narratives . Now you tell me how Brady looked without AB and Gronk?

  92. chark Says:

    Tucker’s film is pretty solid and his stats are pretty impressive esp 2021 year. Guy ran for over 100 yard in all but 2 games. He looks the part and has a decent enuff thick build thru lower body. I already see him capable as rb2 on this team and tandem with R white. Think the huge question with him is a health concern.

  93. Geno711 Says:

    What truth Oneilbuc?

    You were the dude that said it was Belichick and the defense that made Brady great and that Brady and Arians were done.

    There could not have been anyone more wrong than you on this site.

    Whether we want to call something hate or just PLAIN WRONG. You were just plain wrong, as I pointed out.

    Oneilbucs Says:
    March 18th, 2020 at 12:38 am
    This hold team is old and yall think we going to win lol lol …

    Oneilbucs Says:
    March 17th, 2020 at 11:10 pm
    Brady had a QBR of 54 in 2019 good Job Tampa bay this is why we will be at the bottom again this year .

    Oneilbucs Says:
    March 20th, 2020 at 8:48 am
    Man all this Brady stuff is going to hurt us in the next year are 2 . Why don’t yall realize this guy is 43 years old when the season starts . B.A. is destroying this team and yall still don’t see it . What makes yall think that Brady is going to come in here and ball out ?

  94. Oneilbuc Says:

    Geno711 . And all of those postes was before AB and Gronk and right now a lot you guys are talking tanking. So yes I was right so far and what happened when we ran the no risk it no biscuit . Brady threw 8 ints in 3 weeks and than they changed the play book for Brady . And it’s been posted on this site that Brady told BA let’s try to win a different way . I love BA as a person I don’t like his cursing mouth but I love how he try to help minority’s. But that no risk it no biscuit offense ain’t a good offense for no quarterback. But how did Brady looked with the same team Jameis played with?? Brady played good as long as AB and Gronk was on the team but as soon as he lost both of them he was done he looked bad .