NFL Analyst Believes Jason Licht Signed The Wrong Quarterback

March 25th, 2024

Wrong QB, per

Among the home runs the Bucs believe they hit in free agency is re-signing the quarterback that led them to another NFC South title and got them within two plays of the NFC Championship game.

But “The Heroes,” the four-man gang of the podcast “Around the NFL,” aren’t quite as enamored with Baker Mayfield as Bucs AC/DC-loving general manager Jason Licht is.

In fact, Dan Hanzus seems to think Licht and the Bucs signed the wrong quarterback. The right quarterback, per Hanzus, should have been damaged goods 36-year old Kirk Cousins.

You like that?

“If you are willing to go that high for Baker, salary-wise, why not rework a couple of more deals and make a real play for Kirk [Cousins]?” Hanzus asked. “And then you don’t and then he ends up in your own division and then he goes to the team that has the best roster to contend in that division. Eeww-fah!”

First, Joe wants everyone to understand Joe has met the four-man gang self-glossed as “The Heroes” and they are good peeps. So what Joe is about to type is nothing personal.

So, the Bucs don’t have the talent of Atlanta but yet were able to not just beat the Dixie Chicks on the road but win the division and get to the divisional round of the playoffs with a lesser quarterback?

If Atlanta had this superior talent, why couldn’t they overcome a subpar quarterback to win the division? Either Mayfield isn’t that awful or perhaps it is Atlanta’s talent that is overrated?

What is it with this undying love people have for Cousins? He’s not a bad quarterback at all but if Mayfield is so terrible, how is it that Mayfield has twice as many playoff wins as Cousins?

And Cousins won his lone playoff game with a good Achilles.

83 Responses to “NFL Analyst Believes Jason Licht Signed The Wrong Quarterback”

  1. Mac Says:

    And he is 8 years younger than Cousins. Never understood the love for Cousins. He has absolutely raped the NFL in terms for money over his career. 1 playoff win and being paid like an elite qb! Sad!

  2. Tony marks Says:

    I don’t even think the Baker hates would go for this take.

    Twice the guaranteed price?

    Then what happens to our other signings we were able to pull off?

  3. Colonel Angus Says:

    I’m glad people keep doubting the Bucs, they typically perform better as the underdogs.

  4. BucsFan Says:

    Rather have Baker

  5. Mike C Says:


  6. Boss Says:

    Not happy about bake…but don’t want cousins either. Should have saved dough and spent elsewhere

  7. Mort Says:

    I’ll take a guy we have seen do it on this team over a more expensive, much older question mark.

  8. Leighroy Says:

    Kirk Cousins is the 2020’s version of Tony Romo. Fabulous stats until the calendar turns to December and January, then folds like a tent.

  9. Lt. Dan Says:

    Signing Cousin instead of Mayfield would have just been stupid and irresponsible.

  10. Usedtocould Says:

    No morning cup of Joe?

  11. Capt.Tim Says:

    Yeah, no thanks.

  12. SlyPirate Says:

    If they said Wilson, I might have agreed (if only because the money). But cousins? People have forgotten he was almost run out of MN the last 4 years … and he had JJ.

  13. Lt. Dan Says:

    Yea Wilson would have saved the Bucs a ton of money but the word on the streets is that he’s become a locker room cancer. Mayfield is quite the opposite.

  14. Lol Says:

    Lol. Cmon. That’s just dumb

  15. Bobby M. Says:

    We got the right guy for this roster. Mayfield is capable of winning playoff games, he’s done so in Cleveland and Tampa. He’s well liked by teammates, the city….doesn’t carry a cloud of controversy with him like Wilson. He fits what Bowles is looking for in his offense…..I’m fine with Mayfield especially at 28 yrs old. Reminds me a lot of Alex Smith’s career, once he found stability in KC he proved to be very capable of putting together winning seasons and playoff births. You stick with a guy like that until you stumble across someone better in the draft.

  16. ocala Says:

    I think Baker is the better QB and he is much younger, healthier and much less money.

  17. BA’s Red Pen Says:

    I’m fine with Baker over Cousins, to answer your question Joe. Arthur Smith was a garbage head coach.

  18. Scott Says:

    Cousins is definitely more accurate. Baker is solid though and will be a good bridge QB for us

  19. Lord Cornelius Says:

    Cousins’ last full season:

    4547 yards at 7.1 YPA and 65.9%, 29 TD 14 INT, loss in Wild card round to the Giants (280 yards at 7.0 YPA 2 TD 0 INT)

    Baker’s last full season:

    4044 yards at 7.1 YPA and 64.3% completion, 28 TD 10 INT, loss in Division round (more than 300 yards passing in each playoff game at 8.9 YPA, 6 TDs and 2 INT)

  20. Winny Testaverde Says:

    Excellent comp, Leighroy. It would have been difficult to root for Kissin’ Cousins.

    -$400 million and counting
    -2nd highest earner in NFL history

  21. First Name Greatest Says:

    Cousins is good but the media love for ATL is similar to the media hyping up the Aints after they ovepaid Carr…

  22. Popcorn Mike Says:

    This is a word I usually don’t use but I think it is needed here. This guy who think the Bucs should’ve signed Cousins is a IDIOT, there it is. As said in this article, Cousins is 36 with an injury. Atlanta is paying him $90 mil or so guaranteed. He has never won a playoff game and my Bucs have beaten him several times no matter where he has played. If not mistaken, I think the Bucs signed Evans and Mayfield for around $90 mil guaranteed. I like Morris and hope he wins in Atlanta but they have shown the organization is desperate.

  23. Boss Says:

    Can we still trade bake?

    they got a decent deal on him and he’s probably worth at least a 5th or 6th round pick.

  24. It's Corn Says:

    So how would we feel if we had signed Cousins, and Atlanta signed Mayfield? I’d be pretty terrified at our chances.

  25. Mark Says:

    Cousins is a lethal in his ability to extract maximum dollars from an OK career. Kudos to him, but the current media hype around ATL is more a product of wish-casting (Bijan! Pitt! Drake! Automatic awesome!) and lazy analysis (ATL’s “rugged, veteran defense” was 24th in DVOA last year).

    Would not surprise me if Raheem and Zac Robinson improve the Falcons…Arthur Smith seemed beyond useless…and their schedule is easier than the Bucs. But the automatic designation of Atlanta as NFC South winner and Super Bowl contender seems premature.

  26. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    There is really no way to know until it plays out….but, I’m happy with Mayfield…..I can’t really say I’d feel that way with Cousins….especially considering his age and the big money…..

    I actually would have rather taken a chance on Fields or a rookie…..saving the money for a couple of top FAs.

  27. Beeej Says:

    and Cousins had Dalvin Cook for nearly all those years

  28. bucnjim Says:

    Fools Gold! Funny how people chase around the high priced free agents. The Bucs made a few decent deals in their history, but for the most part were burned by the money grabbers like Cousins.

  29. Defense Rules Says:

    You are where you are. Bucs signed Mayfield & Atlanta signed Cousins. Bucs appear to have the better receivers, but Falcons most likely have the better running game. Both OLines are probably about equal at this point (draft still on tap). Personally I think that the Bucs have the better defense, but probably not by too much. Also believe that Bucs have the better coaching staff (more experienced & in-place longer), but Raheem & company may surprise everyone.

    Bring it on!

  30. Statistically Insignificant Reader Says:

    What an idiot take from Dan Hanzus.

  31. StickinUp4Centers Says:

    “then he ends up in your own division and then he goes to the team that has the best roster to contend in that division. Eeww-fah!”

    What asinine logic. If the Bucs signed Cousins, Baker likely goes to ATL. Either way, they would get a talented QB.

  32. plott1031 Says:

    Cousins has managed to extract maximum contract value for slightly above league average production.
    Mayfield has extracted league average value for slightly above league average production.
    Those parameters alone, decoupled with the fact that Mayfield is younger without a recent major injury, means the Bucs made the right choice here.
    Signing Mayfield to this contract allows the Bucs an out after next year if the wheels fall off without breaking the bank with dead a dead cap hit. It also allowed Licht to retain Evans, Winfield, David, McLaughlin, and others. Not to mention it allowed the flexibility to bring back Whitehead and sign the 2024 draft class to their contracts.
    Look, I’m not on the same level as many of you in my Bucs fandom. I started following the Bucs when Brady signed. I switched my loyalty to the Bucs from the Browns when Licht signed Baker last year. All that to say, Baker brought more than wins, he personally has fans who will now support the Bucs just because he is on the roster. Coming from a former Browns fan, I know what franchise disfunction looks like. The Bucs are the polar opposite of what I followed in Cleveland. Be thankful and hopeful.

  33. Smashsquatch Says:

    I’d rather have Bake over Cuz

  34. Marky Mark Says:

    Keep doubting…….no doubt Baker will be hyper motivated all season. The young team will learn from last year and not let a fast start beget big heads nor let a slow start crush them.

  35. RamblingRhino Says:

    Baker all day Everyday, Cousins is just getting over a blown Achilles. Going from not very fast to whatever he has now, is not a good 180 million dollar call. Maybe Coach Morris is just tolerating Cousins until he can replace him? Give me Baker all day.

    GO!!!!! BUCS!!!!!

  36. BigPoppaBuc Says:

    I don’t understand all the hype for Atlanta. Everyone keeps labeling them the best roster in the division. That’s ridiculous. That roster has won NOTHING. Everyone thought their coach was the next big thing too and he got canned for Morris, who now has to prove himself.
    I’m fine with ppl sleeping on the Bucs, that’s normal but this ATL hype machine is just comical. I still fear New Orleans more than the birds, but honestly feel the Bucs are by far the best in the division.

  37. Bucben61 Says:

    four-man gang self-glossed

  38. D Cone Says:

    Had a timeout been called the two plays would have had to have been a 90+ yard TD Pass as a punt would have pinned them deep and a 3 Point conversion for the win. Otherwise it would have required overtime and more plays for a win.

    I know that there are folks here that think that Mayfield can do impossible things for the Bucs but they must be filling their potable water tanks straight from the Bay or with the bilge pump.

    I’ll let the Cousins/Mayfield dilemma play itself out.

  39. Bucben61 Says:

    Don’t understand their rational…the difference in $$$ is absurd

  40. DeRobbins Says:

    you like that?

  41. lambchop Says:

    Let’s just put it this way, Kirk Cousins is like Tony Romo, he’ll be just good enough to set your franchise back for a decade. Kirk is so great, he’s on his third team?!

    Baker is feast or famine, so you’ll know pretty fast what you have.

  42. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    Kirk Cousins isn’t all that horrible…but he is a choker and he is too old to be a long term solution now.

    I understand choosing Mayfield over nearly everyone else who was available. It’s still a gamble though.

    We’re hoping he can advance a step in his production ability…and I’m talking about winning, not yards.

  43. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    lambchop Says:
    “Kirk is so great, he’s on his third team?!”

    Um…so is Baker, lol.

  44. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    Cousins is good enough to beat us. That’s all that matters to me. We’re good enough to beat the Falcons too.

    Any given Sunday…or Monday…or Thursday…

  45. Paul Says:

    So Mayfield is supposedly better than Cousins, but…he’s one and done in the playoffs……twice. He’s a first round pick and has had a underwhelming career after his rookie season with a win-loss record of 42-47. The Buccaneers massively overpaid him this off-season.

    Give me Cousins all day every day….he’s more consistent (unlike Mayfield), is WAY more accurate, and clutch. And Cousins win-loss record is 78-70-2.

  46. Joe Says:

    Give me Cousins all day every day….he’s more consistent (unlike Mayfield), is WAY more accurate, and clutch.

    Playoff records
    Kirk Cousins 1-4
    Baker Mayfield 2-2

    Yup, Cousins is “clutch” alright.

  47. cmurda Says:

    Is anybody going to talk about the fact that Kirk is coming back from an Achilles injury. Those have ended many a career.

  48. Marine Buc Says:

    Neither Baker or Cousins are “elite” QBs.

    For the money spent the Bucs got the better deal. I believe the Falcons overpaid for Cousins and that is a goo thing.

    Can’t wait until the draft next month.

  49. lambchop Says:

    @Buccaneer Bonzai,

    You think I don’t know that? But, nobody is overpaying for Baker. That’s the difference genius. Also, unlike Cousins, Baker had to play for the Browns and Panthers: two dysfunctional teams when he got there.

  50. Paul Says:

    lambchop Says:
    “Kirk is so great, he’s on his third team?!”

    Um…Mayfield is on his FOURTH team…in six seasons. That’s the definition of a journeyman quarterback or maybe a bust? As he is not consistent, I see him as having worse production this upcoming season.

    Cousins was on two different teams… 12 seasons. And he throws 4000+yards (also unlike Mayfield) and 30+ TDs every season like clockwork. Cousins would have more playoff wins were it not for his defenses losing the games.

  51. lambchop Says:


    No duh. But, does Baker get the undying love that Kirk gets for being slightly above average? Kirk robs teams blind everywhere he goes.

    Everyone thinks Kirk is soooooo great, so why can’t he stick with a team? That’s my point. Baker doesn’t get the undying hyperbole of being a spectacular QB.

    See the difference?

  52. Buc1987 Says:

    Joe this can’t be.

    We have been told by a gang of morons on this site that everyone outside of Tampa loves Baker.

    Negativity towards Baker.

    Joe this can’t be.

  53. Paul Says:

    @ Joe Says

    Playoff win-loss records have NOTHING to do with being clutch.
    Mayfield win-loss record: 42-47
    Cousins win-loss record? 78-70

    2020: Cousins led the NFL in fourth-quarter touchdown passes when the score margin of the game was within three points.

    He led his team back from a 33 point deficit (the greatest comeback in the NFL history).

    Cousins led the league in 8 game winning drives and eight 4th quarter comebacks

    He is 6th among active quarterbacks for game winning drives and 4th quarter comebacks.

    In stating that Cousins is not clutch, one tactically disregards reality, mathematics, and reason.

  54. Marine Buc Says:

    @ Paul

    You make a good point.

    Baker threw his worst pass of the season in the 4th Qtr in Detroit – down by 8 – with 2 minutes on the clock – 90 yards to go – Pick!

    Play-offs over.

    Not very clutch…

  55. Let ‘em bake Says:

    Bucs and falcons have same schedule, save 3 games. Falcons face Seattle, Pittsburgh, Minnesota. Bucs face lions, niners, ravens. The division will be decided by these games. That’s why Vegas has falcons as clear division favorites.

  56. Paul Says:

    @lambchop says

    Mayfield is on his FOURTH team…in six seasons. Seems like he is the one that can’t stick with a team.

    Cousins sure doesn’t get any love from the media. Other players, sure, because of his performance. Kirk had also never missed a game due to injury before last season… 12 years. Until Mayfield can be consistent every year, he won’t any love.

    Meanwhile, Kirk throws 4000+ yards and 25+ TDs every year like clockwork. His career passer rating is 98.2. which is the 8th highest passer rating in NFL history…in NFL history. He’s 5th all-time in completion percentage. His passing yards per game also ranks 10th all-time in the history of the NFL. If Kirk can sustain his current level of efficiency for perhaps three, or four more seasons (or more), he’ll likely be in the top 10 of every major QB category. That’s hardly above average and win-losses are not a QB stat. It’s about the QB’s individual performance as that is the only thing that they can control.

    The true test is how they perform next season…so we’ll see.

  57. MelvinJunior Says:

    Yeah, okay… The Bucs should’ve done it JUST to keep ATL from getting Cousins. Yeah, right… Then, ‘allow’ ATL to sign Baker instead, so that ‘HE’ can return and BEAT the livin’ hail out of ‘em. And, then be STUCK with a 36 year old QB that you just paid about DOUBLE the $$$ for!!!! Yah, that makes just SO much sense now, doesn’t it. Morons.

  58. Paul Says:

    @Marine Buc Says

    Yeah…I was hoping that the Bucs would beat the Lions as they were getting way overhyped. Oh well.

    After that pick….I thought, you had one job, lol. Sometimes quarterbacks get way too much crap though for interceptions when it’s on the receiver. It takes two…

  59. Paul Says:

    @ MelvinJunior

    Except that Cousins is a FAR better quarterback than Mayfield is.

    For a first round pick, he’s had an underwhelming career. Until he can be consistent (and have a better completion percentage, etc) every season…he’s not that good.

    Most quarterbacks play late into their 30’s, btw.

  60. Gipper Says:

    ATL is going down 2x to Bucs in 2024. Saw Cousins at Mich State and he wasn’t then or now as good as Mayfield. With Vikings 7 years, and how many playoff appearances and wins?

  61. MelvinJunior Says:


    I never said that Baker was some kind of a STUD QB. I only stated the OBVIOUS. The current situation at hand… Baker already being in Tampa, familiarity with the coaching staff (etc.), & a leader in the locker room. But, most importantly, the “$’s and SENSE” – The very LAST-thing the Bucs needed was to waaayyy OVERPAY for a 36 year old QB coming off an ‘ACHILLES’ Injury & handing ‘him’ DOUBLE the (guaranteed) money, etc. There was absolutely NOTHING that made ANY amount of sense whatsoever, to do so. Just Ridiculousness. And, WHERE Does This HUGE ‘Love Affair’ Over “Cousins” Come From!? I Mean… Come On, Man. WOW. That’s some crazy stuff there!!!! Armed with all of these stats and ‘firing’ back at literally, EVERY single ‘hint’ of maybe, a negative word… What Are You!? Like, some kind of a Kurt Cousins Internet Troll, combing over every article having to do with him, or something!? LoL Pretty Wild.

  62. FactoBlaq Says:

    Bobby M. Says:

    We got the right guy for this roster. Mayfield is capable of winning playoff games, he’s done so in Cleveland and Tampa. He’s well liked by teammates, the city….doesn’t carry a cloud of controversy with him like Wilson. He fits what Bowles is looking for in his offense…..I’m fine with Mayfield especially at 28 yrs old. Reminds me a lot of Alex Smith’s career, once he found stability in KC he proved to be very capable of putting together winning seasons and playoff births. You stick with a guy like that until you stumble across someone better in the draft.

    I personally think we overpaid him and definitely would’ve sought a cheaper option like say Gardner Minshew to hold us over until we draft our successful successor.
    But you make an excellent point that I can not disagree with.

  63. Dave Pear Says:

    Jason and Baker’s teammates know more than these bloated heroes or the anti-baker boobs who regurgitate tripe on this forum.

  64. MelvinJunior Says:


    And, I meant to add… IF we had to we could get out of Baker’s contract, after just ONE season, without it absolutely KILLING US, too!!!! And can completely walk-away, after only TWO… Basically, scot-free. You CAN’T do that with Cousins tho, & not have it be CRIPPLING to the franchise. We’ll see which one turns out to be the best/smartest deal.

  65. adam from ny Says:

    when the stakes are big, cousins levels down…baker kinda gets cookin’ when the pressure’s up

  66. Bucben61 Says:

    Paul says: Cousins led the league in 8 game winning drives and eight 4th quarter comebacks

    That would have been hard to pull off when Minnesota as a team had only 2 4th quarter come backs all last season…haven’t checked your other ‘facts’ but I’m sure just as shady

  67. Bucben61 Says:

    I copied this from elsewhere

    Baker doesn’t seem bothered at all. In fact, he addressed it in a way that framed it as having it both ways in terms of getting paid while also allowing for other moves to be made.

    “Now, listen, this is life-changing money and I’m not going to act otherwise. It’s something that I’ve worked extremely hard for over the years and many years of football. I’m grateful for it. There’s nothing to be ashamed about,” Mayfield said.” There’s nothing to say, ‘Oh, well he got more.’ It’s not that mentality. Knowing that we have a chance to bring back some key pieces and make a further run in the playoffs, that’s important to me. I’m a winner at heart, I hate losing, so knowing that we get a lot of guys back and we can continue to build this for years to come is a special thing.”

  68. Bucben61 Says:

    Cousins drains the teams he plays leaving little money to build around him hence the terrible playoff record

  69. Jerry Says:

    I live in Minnesota and trust me when I say that Kirk cousins was allowed to leave , the Vikings really didn’t want him and tried to trade him 2 seasons ago. Vikings believe that they were getting the most out of him and were wanting a younger guy with upside.

  70. BillyBucco Says:

    Teams have their QBs now.
    All the questions will be answered.
    Bucs need to nail this draft and have a big jump from the plethora of rookies in year 2.
    If they do that, the Bucs can compete with anyone and that’s all you can ask for.
    Can we win with Baker? Sure can.
    Now let’s see if we do!!!!

  71. Mrrr Says:

    I’ll pass on the 38 year old who just had major surgery and has only 1 playoff win in his career.

  72. Dave Pear Says:

    Paul – you should call Jason Licht asap. Clearly you know more than he does. And especially after Minnesota weighs in and says they don’t want him. And calling out 2020 as some legitimate data on the here and now after Cousins ruptures an Achilles…..Glazers want you in house, stat.

  73. Ed Says:

    The Bucs don’t need Mayfield to be elite, just to play solid without the ups and downs of last season. Be consistent and speed things up a little. The new OC maybe will get some more rhythm passing into the offense. Baker in many game was hesitant to release the ball. I saw many passing plays where he was double pumping the ball but holding on or looking around.

    They need an offense where it easier on the QB. Need to use the sidelines more and have White running slants out of the backfield. He is a very good receiver and is taller with longer arms than most RB’s.

  74. Vadertime Says:

    Cousins has 1 playoff win in his 13 year career. Ask the Vikings why they wouldn’t overpay him for that one playoff game.

  75. Buc king Says:

    Cousins isn’t all that and far to expensive for us.
    I thought Russell Wilson vs Trask would of been a better way to go far as money and development.
    We could of drafted a qb and had a 3 way competition.
    Used the money to fix the oline and potentially the d line.
    I trust in Jason tho.
    I’m just not the biggest baker fan.
    It be cool if we could develop a sound run game to par with our passing.
    So we’re not so vanilla

  76. Gator face Says:

    Hot take article

    Move along

  77. Rod Munch Says:

    I’d have much rather pay up and get Cousins, which would be a clear, very clear, upgrade at QB — or just have traded for Fields, who would be much much cheaper salary wise, which would have let you sign a real #3 WR, a starting center and perhaps even starting guard – all three, and I think Fields is flat out the better QB.

    But the Bucs have their middling QB on basically a 2-year deal – which will easily be one-year if he stinks of the place, since that would mean everyone gets fired and the Bucs would be cleaning house anyways.

    Hopefully Baker can step up and improve as the NFC South isn’t going to be a cupcake division this year, and the Bucs aren’t playing a cupcake schedule. The team will absolutely have to improve for the Bucs to have a chance – and hopefully they can, I’m not at all discounting that they do.

  78. Capt Ahab Says:

    Yes, Baker has to be better, has to step up his game, no more 40 yard first half passing. Playing in the downtrodden division has many thinking the Bucs are better then they actually are. If the Bucs played in any other NFL division, they would not sniff the playoffs. 9-8 when you play against your terrible division opponents twice.

  79. Capt Ahab Says:

    The Bucs signed Mayfield to a plus 30 million a year contract, the Steelers signed super bowl winning Russell Wilson for a paltry 1.2 million a year. Compare his stats to Mayfields last season, Very similar. That idiot coach of the Broncos benched him, what a bargain the Steelers have.

  80. Stan says Says:

    Yeah Cousins at 36 would have been the answer and a better player to sign??? Thank goodness Jason our great GM wasn’t listening to the a lot of the fans if that’s what they consider themselves. Seems like the bucs fans love for Cousins is the same amout of hate the bucs fans have for Baker. Get off this site and go to Atlanta and root for the dirty bird. JOE I am sick of the hate Baker gets this guy is first and foremost a locker room guy and goes hard on every snap he is on the field. Yes he makes mistakes what quarterback doesn’t.

  81. Pappyhouse Says:

    If you look at Bake’s career including college…
    -Walks on at Texas Tech
    – Has a phenomenal freshman year
    – Injured and loses starting role
    -Walks on at Oklahoma
    – Has a phenomenal career and wins Heisman
    -#1 pick for Cleveland
    -8 HC in 6 seasons
    -7 OC in 6 seasons

    Might be tough being successful with that kind of locker room turmoil…just sayin’.

    Give the guy a chance. Last year was encouraging.

  82. MelvinJunior Says:

    They’re not moving into an ‘All-In’ type of direction, Rod. Signing Cousins wouid definitely be such. And, I don’t believe Fields can play. Building and developing the roster through the draft with youngsters is the ‘timeline’ they’re on right now… Continuing to build the roster for when you’re in the right position to either draft or sign your future franchise QB, in order to give them THE BEST possible position to succeed. I believe they view Baker as mostly, just a holdover’ or bridge QB. And, if it turns out that he’s NOT and he tears it up, etc. then GREAT… A ‘Win-Win’ situation for everyone.

  83. Ralph Cramden Says:

    Never heard of this “analyst” but he’s a clown. Where is it written that Cousins is a better alternative when Mayfield and the Bucs check off all the boxes on their individual “need” list? This analysis reeks of beer spills on the page, Lunatic.