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This show is on the road with Scott back, as he and Mark Cook took a trip over to the WDAE building for an episode with the host of the Ronnie and TKras show, Tom “TKras” Krasniqi.

TKras gives his concerns on the Bucs as well as what he is most looking forward to seeing from the team this season. He then reveals the X-factor is for the Bucs this season.

The guys also break down the best and worst parts of Jameis Winston, and what’s going on with the right side of the offensive line. TKras might even have a brand new neighbor by the time football season rolls around. Tune in for what’s sure to be another fun edition.

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Action Jackson 72
2 years ago

I enjoy all the episodes you guys do (I can even tolerate Cook) however I will not be listening to this episode. T-Krap is terrible. I could not care less about anything he has to say. His predictable self righteous rants are nauseating. I quit listening to him a long time ago, you know exactly what he’s going to say about any given subject before he ever opens his mouth. Looking forward to the next pod!

2 years ago

Devoted listener of the podcast, I even sit through Mark’s awful segways into pimpin the advertisers but I refuse to listen to Tkras about anything sports related.

Bring back Trevor and some analyst who know the game.

Go Bucs!!!

2 years ago

Jason Pierre Paul’s replacement? Gholston and Anthony Nelson. There lots of talk about David Kenney, but not much about our other undrafted – Khazin Daniels . . . Not much concern about our fifth overall pick still not signed . . . I like Peyton Barber; i’m not sure what you consider game planning for a player, but Payton brings good power; not just physical strength, but he has a knack for applying power. I’m not sure you know the difference. There’s small players that play with unexpected power – Charlie Garner comes to mind for me. The Saints Hb.… Read more »