“Who’s Going To Sit There And Say, ‘Jameis Is Our Guy?'”

February 14th, 2020

Esteemed NFL coordinator explains the Jameis market

The Buccaneers have a dubious history of overvaluing football players, from grossly overpaid players to guys who could have been launched or traded before they pocketed a final pile of Team Glazer loot.

See Vincent Jackson 2016, Doug Martin 2017, DeSean Jackson 2018, Eric Wright 2012 and Michael Clayton 2009. And if you like that five-card hand, Joe will raise you with a Michael “Ghost” Johnson, J.R. Sweezy, Brent Grimes 2018, Dashon Goldson and Albert Haynesworth. [read more]


February 14th, 2020

Poll posted at 9:52 a.m. & closed at 10:24 a.m.

So What About Safety?

February 14th, 2020

Red flags with free agent safety?

Joe hasn’t had a good rant for a couple of days about the lousy Bucs running backs. Well, that will have to wait until later. [read more]

Defense First

February 14th, 2020

Talkin’ defense.

If Bucs coach Bucco Bruce Arians is stressed out over what the Bucs will do at quarterback, he apparently did a good job hiding it yesterday. [read more]

Nasty Tackle

February 14th, 2020

“Bad man.”

For those of you who enjoy offensive line porn, the only man needing protection in this video is a poor sap of a defender. [read more]

Ira Kaufman Talks New Uniforms Vs. 10 Wins, Offensive Production, Brady’s 2% Chance, Crazy Season, Dog Training & More

February 14th, 2020

Episode 2 of this week is here from Tampa Bay’s only Pro Football Hall of Fame voter, the Sage of Tampa Bay Sports. Presented by general manager Sean Sullivan of Bill Currie Ford, the Ira Kaufman is loaded with laughs and all kinds of Bucs chatter, as always. Many thanks to Big Storm Brewing Co. local producers of the very best beers around. And our love to Pin Chasers, home to the best bowling, food and fun!

Click play above or listen at iTunes, Google Play or Podbean.com, Stitcher, too. Stay informed, thinking and smiling (crying?). Listening to Ira is fun, free and easy!

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Draft Party 2020

February 14th, 2020

Joe is excited! More details to come next week.

The Clearwater tap room at Big Storm Brewing Co. is a great venue AND their upgraded outdoor area will be ready for the event.

Morning Cup Of Joe

February 14th, 2020

Welcome to your Morning Cup of Joe, an eye-opener to help Joe’s readers ease into their busy workday with a few football links, wacky news and a pleasant distraction. [read more]

Placing A Free Agent DE To Bucs

February 14th, 2020

Talks possible Bucs target.

A former Patriots linebacker believes a certain free agent defensive end/outside linebacker would sure look good wearing… whatever the hell the Bucs will be wearing this fall. [read more]

Shaq Wants “To Start Building My Life In Tampa”

February 13th, 2020

Talks football future.

This should make Bucs fans so happy, they will want to stop in at a Big Storm Brewing taproom on the way home tonight for a cold Wavemaker® Amber Ale. [read more]

Arians: “Really Nothing Has Changed”

February 13th, 2020

Don’t inhale!

The smoke over Tampa is getting very thick as Bucco Bruce Arians has ended his media silence. [read more]

Legitimate Hope

February 13th, 2020

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When Bruce Arians vowed the Bucs will be a tough team to beat when they stop beating themselves, he was speaking from strength. [read more]

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February 13th, 2020

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Florida’s Elite Restoration goes the extra mile for your restoration and cleanup needs because we know our work is more than just property restoration. In the end, it is about helping people, and that is something we take to heart. That’s what makes us “better than the rest.”

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Alex Cappa & Right Tackle

February 13th, 2020

At 6-6, 315 pounds, Bucs starting right guard Alex Cappa looks like a tackle, the position he played in college. [read more]

Better Off Elsewhere?

February 13th, 2020

Better with Bucs?

Some players need a fresh start. Sometimes they don’t get along with a coach, the head guy or the assistant.

Sometimes they don’t mesh with what the team wants to do. [read more]

The Answer Should Be “Jameis”

February 13th, 2020

No viable options?

Joe has long made his feelings about Decision Jameis 2020 clear. [read more]

Current Player Says Jameis Needs To Learn As A Backup

February 13th, 2020

“What the heck does this guy know? Jameis is the next Peyton Manning. We checked our sheet.”

It’s rare to hear a current NFL player, a three-time Pro Bowler, throw shade at another active player on national television, yet this is what was served up to America’s Quarterback, Jameis Winston. [read more]

The Meteoric Rise To Infamy Of Somebody Named Mel Tucker

February 13th, 2020

In episode 85 of The Todd Wright TODDcast, Todd discusses how an obscure longtime college football coach with a great resume turned instantly into one of the biggest frauds in the sport. (Not for children today). The Todd Wright TODDcast is presented by Brandon Legal Group and Pin Chasers.
Click above to listen or to download. Or listen on Stitcher here, Google Play here, and on other platforms.


Ryan Jensen Registers Vote

February 13th, 2020

Lobbies for uniform style.

At least one Bucs player has made his feelings known. [read more]