Ira Kaufman Explains His Trade Deadline Frustration, Dives Into The Value Of Another NFC South Title, Luke Goedeke’s Huge Red Flag Reveal, And Much More

November 1st, 2023

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16 Responses to “Ira Kaufman Explains His Trade Deadline Frustration, Dives Into The Value Of Another NFC South Title, Luke Goedeke’s Huge Red Flag Reveal, And Much More”

  1. Mike S Says:

    Atlanta is going to win the division. With Heineke, their defense and the weapons they have they’ll go 10-7 or 9-8 and take the division.

    After the Bucs lose to Houston and Atlanta beats the Vikings it will be time to bring in Kyle Trask to see what we got.

  2. BA’s Red Pen Says:

    They had Trask for three years, they know what they got.

  3. Mostly Peaceful Trask Fan Says:

    BA Time will tell.

  4. Mike C Says:

    BA, you know sometimes people (the Bucs) don’t know what they have got, this is one of those times. NOBODY, not Joe, me, you, or Trask knows if this kid is good or bad. Anyone stating they know better is a fool.

  5. power sweep Says:

    @BAKETTE’S Red Pen

    “On Monday, one day after Will Levis’ impressive debut for the Tennessee Titans, head coach Mike Vrabel told reporters that Levis will likely remain the starter.”

    Why, that can’t be! Levis was a lousy second-rounder who couldn’t beat out Ryan Tannehill in training camp! He must suck!

  6. pewter941 Says:

    I remember seeing Pacman Jones on Pat Mcafe, he said he had to avoid making some tackles while playing corner because it was more important for the team for him to be healthy enough to cover receivers, than it was to get hurt making a tackles.

  7. Uhhmmm Says:

    Why so many people sniffing Trask jock strap. Dude is soft

  8. Watch More All-22 Before Commenting Says:

    Vis-a-vis the “tell”

    I tweeted live during the Buffalo game that the Buffalo defense knew the run plays and the pass plays.

    I’m guessing it’s someone on the line that is showing with footwork whether its a run or pass.

  9. Joe Says:

    I’m guessing it’s someone on the line that is showing with footwork whether its a run or pass.

    Story coming later today. Joe spoke with a starter on the offensive line and he thought the team figured out the root problem. Bucs adjusted and he pointed to the proof of an adjustment.

  10. Watch More All-22 Before Commenting Says:

    I just hope it is fixed. It was fairly obvious from pretty early in the game – but the vantage of watching on a tv can show things that are harder to see from the field or even the booth.

  11. Bobby Says:

    I’m the one that brought up Tom Moore being on this coaching staff and he is not doing enough. Glad I could contribute to your show and thank you for using one my points.

  12. Bobby Says:

    Hey Ira, you commented where is the pass rush and where has Licht addressed it. Kancey is a star waiting to happen. This defense hasn’t yet fully felt the effects of his contributions. Just keep watching, Kancey is a star, he missed nearly all of training camp amd pre-season.Keep watching and you will see. Let’s Go Bucs!!!

  13. Bobby Says:

    By the didn’t Decemper comment on various podcast episodes over the years that Bowles has yet to draft and develop a top notch pass rusher. If by some chance I’m wrong about Kancey this season and we don’t see the star waiting to to be displayed during games. Then after JTS, Hall and Kancey and Ya Ya. Then Bowles is the problem in drafting and developing pass rushers. He didn’t draft Barrett, He didn’t draft JPP, he didn’t draft Suh. By the way I believe the Bucs defense still very much miss JPP and Suh’s contributions to this team. Both may be future HOF candidates one day too. But back to Decemper’s previous point, if Bowles cannot develop his selected drafted pass rusher in Kancey. That is a huge red flag. Boeles was a secondary coach for years. Bowles played Safety for the Redskins too. His fortay is secondary. Well Winfield is a star and Davis is good with lack of an ability to catch interceptions though. Dean is good, think he got overpaid though, think he is a quality starter who is getting overpaid to be a stud corner and Dean is not that. Murphy-Bunting was ok too but never achieved that top starter quality we expected from him too. Also Devin White has regressed in his pass rush ability too. It doesn’t help Devin White can’t stay healthy and plays hurt through most games over recent years. Kudos to Bowles on developing Vea though. But to be real, I believe Vea would be stud on most defenses in the NFL and still would be hurt most games too. Vea has yet to play an entire season in his NFL career. Hopefully this season is different for Vea. Vea is getting paid to be top-notch and be “available” for an entire season. Hopefully that happens this season. He struggles to play half the snaps for most games on defense. But yet Licht and Glazers are paying Vea to be “available” for nearly all snaps per game. I maintain my previous comments. Bowles days are numbered and Glazers will be introducing a new HC in January of 2024. Hope I’m wrong and Let’s Go Bucs!!

  14. Bobby Says:

    Hey Uhmmmm says, I’m not a Trask fan. But to his defense an every NFL player. Calling an NFL player soft. That seems far fetched. Is it because you may or may not be a person who is on the know of Trask’s behind scenes activities personally… hhmmm… If I’m wrong there. Then your just another commenter who says silly and dismissive comments on this platform. Look Buc fans we don’t know what kind of quality QB Trask can be yet. He looked dramatically improved from previous seasons during camp and pre-season games. Don’t forget though he was on this roster during the Brady years and I’m assuming Brady probably did offer coaching and insight to Trask during those seasons behind the scenes when we fans had no inclination. Brady seems like a guy who look at helping a to develop a guy like Trask as an addition to his legacy. An Im assuming Brady is a heavy Public image minded guy amd add that Trask was a walk-on at UF and back-up to be later a success starter at UF. Trask seems to be maybe a candidate that Brady would want to work with to help for future seasons. Or hey I could be wrong and maybe it’s just Canales who worked with Trask this offseason snd thats maybe whu we saw such dramatic improvement. Don’t forget Arians drafted Trask. I still very much BA imput on QBs too. By the way I would welcome BA back as head coach of your Tampa Bay Buccaneers in January 2024. Let’s Go Bucs!!

  15. Bobby Says:

    I vote to bring Bruce Arians back as head coach in January 2924. I know that’s not realistic but if Licht is reading these comments. We know now after being in the 2nd season without Bruce Arians how good of a coach he is. Look atbthe Bucs after his retirement. Bruce is 71, he has more coaching years left. But again this is not realistic just wishful comments

  16. Bobby Says:

    Oops typo January 2024, not 2924 lol.