“He’s Was Limping A Little Bit On That Ankle Today”

December 6th, 2017

Injuries are hitting every NFL team, and now America’s Quarterback, Jamies Winston, has a new official injury.

Fans saw Jameis limping a bit Sunday in Green Bay but it’s still happening.

Formerly winning head coach Dirk Koetter told media this afternoon that Jameis hasn’t shaken it. “He was limping a little bit on that ankle today,” Koetter said.

It’s that time of year for quarterbacks and most players around the NFL.

We all watched Cam Newton battle through a messed up shoulder through last season then have offseason surgery. Newton missed most much of the spring and summer work and then returned impressively, leading the Panthers to their 8-4 record. Lions QB Matthew Stafford, who the Bucs face Sunday in Tampa, has battled through many shoulder surgeries in his career and now has a messed up hand. He’s still lighting up scoreboards.

It seems this season has given Jameis a chance he can play through significant injuries at the NFL level. It’ll be interesting to watch how he handles the final four games physically.

17 Responses to ““He’s Was Limping A Little Bit On That Ankle Today””

  1. Roy T. Buford Says:

    Jameis has always limped, and while it’s good he wants to play, you can never trust him to tell you the truth about his injury…

    And perhaps not about anything else either.

  2. Sweezy4Sheezy Says:

    His physical issues are temporary . Unfortunately his mental ones are permanent.

  3. Defense Rules Says:

    Tell me again how a Good Jameis – Bad Jameis with a banged up shoulder and bum leg playing behind a 2nd string OLine that got him sacked 7 times last Sunday will give the Bucs a better chance to win against the Lions than a healthy Fitz would. It’s looking more & more like Licht & company is perfectly willing to have Koetter tank the season to get a higher draft pick.

  4. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Speaking for Pablo

    “As Pablo can attest…..limping is common with an elongated arc….Pablo has been limping since he was a teenager. So, don’t be alarmed if Hamus/Haboo has a limp….and continues to limp for a while.”

  5. DB55 Says:

    Lol. He also said the oline has been blocking well for 11 weeks guess he forgot about jw shoulder injury, griffins shoulder injury and fitz almost getting his head ripped off. But yea other than that the oline is doing great.

    Koetter is trying to use Jameis Winston like mike shanahan used rg3. That is to say that he plans to run him into the ground until his wheels fall off in order to try to save his job. At this point Koetter should pull a macadoo and play Griffin, his preferred q.b.

  6. Lamarcus Says:

    Jw is iron man. He can do it.

  7. DBS Says:

    If he is hurt, put him on the bench. If he is going to be here there is no reason to risk further injury. At least we can eliminate that excuse for the start of next year.

  8. Mike Johnson Says:

    Great..Koetter is just casually hinting to the media..We will lose because of Jameis’s ankle come Sunday.

  9. buddy Says:

    NOT AMERICA’S QUARTERBACK!!!! JUST STOP JOE. HE ISN’T EVEN TAMPA’S QB ANYMORE

  10. Kyle Says:

    It is week 14, most players are dealing with pain and “nicks” this time of year. Derrick Brooks always said there was a difference between being injured or hurt. This is a grown azz mans game. Jameis can suck it up for the next month. He is one tough s.o.b. and i respect him for his toughness. We are lucky to have him, you aholes trying to.run him out are idiots.

  11. DoNUTS Says:

    I believe Buc fans should take a deep breath and let Winston finish out his contract. We will all know by the end of 2018 campaign what we will have at QB. He has 20 Buc games left on a prove it contract extension basis- assuming he is not suspended for the car incident.
    I am frustrated like the rest but I’m hopeful a new coaching voice may turn the Bucs back to glory days. If you look at the Glazer’s last few coaching decisions, the overall theme has been to bring back that old vibe. I think they take one more try at that coaching acquisition methodology. My gut is screaming the Glazers can tell they need change even though it makes them look bad. I think they are already in communication with this new coach. Look at their actions historically; they don’t wait around..the soup is cooking in the background. This time will be no different. Koetter will finish the year out and then be fired the following week/Monday. Mark the tape!

  12. unbelievable Says:

    Well it’s always gonna be that time of year for our QBs when our o-line allows over 6 QB hits per game on average, not too mention all the sacks piling up (like 7 last week), and all the hits taken after throwing the ball.

    But somehow some people will consider that “good pass protection”.

  13. SOEbuc Says:

    Yeah that “not so bad” o line you were talking about earlier Joe just continues to keep our QB’s super healthy.

  14. FortMyersDave Says:

    If this was the Hoodie talking I would guess it would be smoke, mirrors, and misdirection but its Koetter so is he simply making an excuse for an L already? Why tell the world the guy is injured, given the OL pass protection last week even a weak Detroit D is now going to try to knock JW out of the game….

  15. WyomingBucsFan Says:

    You guys are clueless. There’s no tanking going on, we truly suck. The front office is gone as well as the coaching staff. Gruden is already working behind closed doors with ownership on a complete restructuring of the organization top to bottom. Notice Gruden is completely silent. Coaches across the country are getting fired and no Grumors. Enjoy the current swan song.

  16. Bucsfansince78 Says:

    [Suggesting any Bucs player handed out hush money to cover up felonies can and will get you run. — Joe]

  17. Bucsfansince78 Says:

    WYOMING IS spot on.

 

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