Ira Kaufman Talks Bucs-Bills Predictions (And Bucs Postgame Predictions), The 3-3 Doomsayers, A Running Game Line In The Sand, And More

October 25th, 2023

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5 Responses to “Ira Kaufman Talks Bucs-Bills Predictions (And Bucs Postgame Predictions), The 3-3 Doomsayers, A Running Game Line In The Sand, And More”

  1. unbelievable Says:

    You said “we know they won’t run it wide so we can throw those out” or something to that effect… was this something said by the coaching staff, that they don’t want to scheme wide runs? Or is this just based on what we’ve done so far this season?

    The tight ends are very weak at blocking, so this wouldn’t surprise me. Just curious.

    Re: the sack numbers, a HUGE reason for that is also because of how elusive Mayfield has been back there.

  2. Bee Says:

    So because of analytics the Bucs don’t run off tackle. No wide runs at all, to either side, not even behind Wirfs. Unreal. Canelas is really making it easier for the defense.

    This makes no sense. This offense has no creativity and can’t excell at the basics.

  3. Bucfan1988 Says:

    Ira/Joe’s, you guys are so ridiculous bearing up Rashaad White right now…

    You can obviously tell he has changed his running style some. He’s not stuttering with patience trying to find a hole now. He’s hitting it hard most of the time.

    He’s busted some decent runs but I SWEAR every time he does, there’s a freaken penalty for holding. Thanks Trey Palmer 🤦🏻‍♂️….

    Whote isn’t getting the benefit of having those good runs count for him so you say he’s a bad RB…

    Yeah, he misses a cutback every now and then but what RB doesn’t???

    Y’all are being wayyyyy too hard on him when you need to be focusing on the SIEVE in our interior O-line and pathetic tight-end blocking…

    I’m going to keep telling you all this until you wake up & watch slow-mo replays like I have….

    Stop reading stats and watch the plays again these last couple of weeks…

    OH BTW, something else…
    This last game, I did not see Canales call 2 STRAIGHT runs the whole game….Even if decent yardage was attained, he always passes the play after the run…


  4. reyhan Says:

    thanks a lot of information goodjobs

  5. unbelievable Says:

    I do agree 1988, every big run from White comes back for a holding penalty… many times it’s not even anywhere close to where the play was.

    Same thing used to happen to RoJo almost every time he’s bust out a big run.

    Different backs, different lineman, some issues.

    Perhaps Harold Goodwin is the problem?