12 episodes

Presented by Bill Currie Ford, Tampa Bay's only voter for the Pro Football Hall of Fame talks all things Buccaneers -- and some NFL, too -- with his comrades at JoeBucsFan.com. Lots of fun and 41 years of NFL knowledge right here from Ira. Everything Bucs and more are on the table.

Ira Kaufman Podcast -- Bucs & More Buccaneers blog JoeBucsFan.com

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    • 4.5, 312 Ratings

Presented by Bill Currie Ford, Tampa Bay's only voter for the Pro Football Hall of Fame talks all things Buccaneers -- and some NFL, too -- with his comrades at JoeBucsFan.com. Lots of fun and 41 years of NFL knowledge right here from Ira. Everything Bucs and more are on the table.

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
312 Ratings

312 Ratings

Bucs Fan LV ,

Ira is the Man

Even though I live in Vegas. I grew up on Ira and the Tribune from my time in Tampa. Keep it up Ira. This is a must listen to

buckybucbuc ,

Good pod could be great with roster change.

The sage is great brings a lot to the table, is funny, witty and has a high football iq. The big problem with the pod is Lee he is quite annoying and in my opinion brings down the overall pod cast quality by opening his mouth and blerting out kindergarten quality feedback. The sage carries the show and makes up for the low performance by Lee, but much like Jason Licht I hope that lee is not with the bucs next season.

Update #1
Lee continues to talk more and more which makes the podcast worse and worse. People tune in for the sage, let the sage do the talking, Lee’s points are not relevant and off topic.

Steve should really be on the show more as when he is away Lee talks and ruins the time with the sage.

Meanwhile Back At The Ranch ,

Who is to blame

The Joe's have been consistant when it comes to the running game. They blame the RB's. How many running backs have the Bucs gone through the last few years? Four? Five? It's always the RB's fault. Truth is the one constant over the last 3 years has been the o-line. They are mediocre run blockers. Always have been. Watch any running play and you will see the o-line fail to move the line of scrimmage. And they are always standing around at the end of the play, they never take a defensive lineman down to the ground. They are standing around, usally staring at Jameis Winston, while the running back is trying to fight his way through four d-lineman. Should Joe Gilbert be held accountable for the o-line's poor effort?

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