[051] Offseason day #98: Scraping the bottom of the barrel

This week in Tampa, Jameis treats Tampa youth to a preview of Shazam! This offseason is so boring, we’re trolling Instagram for fodder. Find out which NFL receiver Lavonte David made a lasting impression on. Gerald McCoy showcases his offseason effort on social media. The narrative surrounding Bucs handling of McCoy continues to spread. We ponder possible motivations for the organization’s public comments about McCoy. Ralph goes down the Vita Vea rabbit hole and discovers the position Vita played in high school (spoiler: it was on the offense). We contemplate the day in the life of a sports journalist and whether it includes film study. We expand our Christmas wish lists as we discuss our next Buccaneers jerseys. The numbers are out on Blaine Gabbert’s contract. Did we get a steal or overpay? Molly still can’t contain herself as she reads Bruce Arians’ book “The Quarterback Whisperer”. We discuss the choice between Peyton Manning and Ryan Leaf as told by B.A. We’ll also talk the merits of a running quarterback and the longevity of Patrick Mahomes. A scathing article about the Green Bay Packers dissected the relationship between Mike McCarthy and Aaron Rodgers. The draft is in less than a month and we’ll contemplate the impact of potential selections. Ralph selflessly sacrifices his Saturday to watch the entirety of the Buccaneers cheerleader finals just so you could stay up to date on the latest!

Buccaneers Observer

Buccaneers Observer
Buccaneers Observer

This is the official feed for BuccaneersObserver.com's three times per week podcast. Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and on special occasions when there is breaking news, Ralph Phillips and Molly Bay will discuss the latest Tampa Bay Buccaneers football news, events, and personalities. We try to cover everything Buccaneers related to make this the best Buccaneers podcast. During the season, Ralph breaks down the game film for every game, giving you a deeper look into what really happened on the field.

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