Jameis Impressed Drew Brees Over Dinner

September 16th, 2015

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America’s Quarterback, Jameis Winston, had a busy offseason.

He got some tutoring from Phillip Rivers and talked ball over dinner with Drew Brees.

Brees revealed today that he broke bread with Jameis in San Diego over the winter. Brees is known for training there annually with Gerald McCoy and some other pros with renowned trainer Todd Durkin.

Jameis left an impression on Brees.

“He was getting ready for the draft there. And that’s where we spent a portion of the offseason, and so I had a chance to meet him there for the first time and talk with him for a little bit. Impressed with his knowledge of the game. I think he’s an intelligent guy who’s only going to get better the more experience he gains,” Brees said. “It’s tough to come in as a rookie and play the quarterback position. There’s so much on your shoulders. And it really is, there is a big curve, you know, learning curve. … He’s certainly a very talented guy and I’m sure he’s going to be just fine.”

The praise of Jameis was a nice gesture by Brees. Certainly, nobody had asked him if he dined with Jameis.

Joe’s hoping that learning curve Brees referenced doesn’t extend to a beating in the SuperDome on Sunday.

64 Responses to “Jameis Impressed Drew Brees Over Dinner”

  1. @Broy3434 Says:

    This just in- the patriots testing 4 tight end system. —thought we were nuts for having 3 towers. Hmm that’s interesting. OFFENSIVE LINE AND DEFENSIVE LINE=TEAM WEAKNESS. Those r the most important. No QB good w/o time. No running backs or WR get the ball without a line no corner even revis is good with no edge rush.

  2. That Guy Says:

    Then Brees laughed and added, “No, really, he’ll flame out just like every other Jimbo Fisher coached QB, because he can’t read defenses.”

  3. BrianBucs Says:

    Funny, but Amerca’s Quarterback, Marcus Mariota, didn’t seem this past Sunday that he needed much of a learning curve. That must be why he was named the AFC Offensive Player Of The Week. I guess some rookies just need a lot more time than others

  4. OneLove Says:

    Yeah, impressed by HOW MUCH OF A BUST HE IS!!!

    “It’s as simple as that” – Lovie Smith aka “Hi, I’m Marcus Mariota and I have DirectTV…… Hi, I’m Jameis Winston… and I HAVE CABLE!!”

  5. TheBucsAnthem Says:

    ……..this is pointless

  6. Couch Fan Says:

    I guess some rookies just need a lot more time than others

    Or a matchup against a really bad defense to make them look better than they are.

  7. Buc1987 Says:

    “Joe’s hoping that learning curve Brees referenced doesn’t extend to a beating in the SuperDome on Sunday.”

    Newsflash Joe : It does extend to the beating they will take this coming Sunday.

  8. passthebuc Says:

    Does that mean he knew which wine to order?

  9. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    “Funny, but Amerca’s Quarterback, Marcus Mariota, didn’t seem this past Sunday that he needed much of a learning curve. That must be why he was named the AFC Offensive Player Of The Week. I guess some rookies just need a lot more time than others”


    Funny, but there are a couple concepts that you really don’t seem to understand. First of all, Winston didn’t have the luxury of playing against a swiss cheese defense. He didn’t have guys wide open and a beautiful pocket to throw from. Second, Jameis didn’t have a play caller that game him easy, quick throws. Instead, Jameis went mostly 7 step drops, all while under siege from a swiss cheese offensive line. Third, all players progress differently. Andrew Luck, Peyton Manning, John Elway, and Drew Brees all struggled initially. I’d be surprised if their fan base was so quick to tun their back on them. Just because your panties are wet for Mariota doesn’t mean Jameis won’t end up being good. It just may not happen right away. Stop jumping to conclusions and let this thing play out a bit. Remember, RG3 won the rookie of the year. Collin Kaepernick was thought to be the future of the NFL during his first season. Once teams get some film on these guys and force them to do things they aren’t comfortable doing, things can change. If you want to throw it in our faces that Mariota is the better QB, wait about two years and we can definitely talk.

  10. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    Calling a guy a bust after one game??? Wow, some of you really are complete idiots. You seriously shouldn’t be allowed to post.

  11. Crabdogg Says:

    Some have been calling him a bust for alot longer than one week. I don’t think he’s a bust but he sure as hell hasn’t earned the “America’s Quarterback” monicker. I strongly suggest dropping that until its deserving.

  12. BrianBucs Says:

    Guys, the Titans have a swiss cheese defense also, just awful (2-14) but Jameis, Koetter, and the rest of the offense weren’t good enough to exploit it.

    Hawaiian, Kaepernick had a very good game Monday night in a win

    And yes it is way to early to call Jameis a bust, but boy, does he ever need a lot of work. NFL ready? Not even close

  13. Couch Fan Says:

    The Titans had a legendary DC calling their plays, you can’t tell me their defense played as bad as ours. Our receivers weren’t open, we for sure weren’t able to complete 5 yard passes that go for 20 repeatedly. Maybe their defense is as bad as ours but their coaching is 100000x better than ours.

  14. BrianBucs Says:

    So Marcus Mariota – :

    Gets a blowout win in his pro debut on the road throwing 4 touchdown passes in the first half and having a near perfect QB rating

    Gets named AFC Offensive Player Of The Week

    Is on the cover of Sport’s Illistrated magazine

    Has the #1 selling NFL jersey again

    Now THAT is America’s Quarterback!

  15. Buccfan37 Says:

    I said before that I will take the Bucs plus the points against the Saints, I still will if the Bucs QB is JW3 or MG8.

  16. Ray Rice Says:

    Funny. The QB on America’s team (Cowboys) gets booed a lot. He’s a damn good QB too. Everyone knew Jameis was going to have FUKD up games…. $hit…. @JBF has been saying the same since he was drafted. I’m not saying he wasn’t partially at fault for the offensive performance either. He was. I’m not worried about the boos. I’m focusing on how he responds and how he performs as the season progresses. I’m in it for the long haul fellas I don’t know about you guys. I’d prefer another decade of being a contender as opposed to a one year playoff run. #RIDEORDIE

  17. PRBucFan Says:

    I’m fine with a learning curve, I’m fine with JW struggling as a rookie.

    I’m not fine with this defense REGRESSING.

    If this defense puts up even one performance like last week FIRE LOVIE.

    Comes from the top people.

  18. DB55 Says:

    Brees is known for training there annually with Gerald McCoy
    Figures! Practicing helping him up and giving him ice cream.

  19. Hawaiian Buc Says:


    It really appears that you have some sort of a love affair with Mariota. To each his own, but I would still refrain from making any determinations at this point. For the record, I am practicing what I preach. Go back and look at the archives – I said many times I wouldn’t judge either QB by this game, no matter who looked good or bad. You know why? Because I’m not a freaking idiot. It’s one game. One team is well coached and the other are the Buccaneers. It’s entirely possible they could both be great. To write off Jameis after one game is silly. It’s silly to write him off after this year. Our coaching is so bad we couldn’t win with Tom Brady right now.

  20. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    @Ray Rice,

    If you keep this up, you and me are going to be best buddies. Excellent post my friend!

  21. Don't Believe The Hype Says:

    I don’t think anyone doubts there us a learning curve, but we all doubt Jameis will every reach the top of said curve.

    I have heard a lot of excuses for why Jamies played so poorly in the first half.

    Since 1936 these are the QBs drafted 1 and 2. From each class only one of the QBs with the exception of Plunkett and Manning mounted a successful career.
    Payton Manning -Ryan Leaf
    Tim Couch-Donovan mcNab
    Andrew Luck-Robert Griffen
    Drew Bledsoe-Rick Mirer
    Jim Plunkett-Archie Manning

    Folks need to stop being political and saying both QBs will have success in the league. It is statistically highly likely both QB’s will not be successful, you only get 1.

    Call it now which QB will be out of the league in 5 years and which will get the big payday from there drafted team. Remember folks tried to tell us we can’t judge Jamarcus Russell by just one game.

  22. Bucco brice Says:


  23. Dave Says:

    Hawaian Buc was seen after the game giving Jameis a blumpkin in the parking lot… LMAO, STFU HOMER

  24. J Says:

    @HawaiinBuc Totans defense is awful and they are banged up. You’re drlirious

  25. J Says:


  26. Hawaiian Buc Says:


    So I’m a homer because I’m not judging a guy after one game with our crappy coaching, crappy offensive line, and crappy WR’s (minus V-Jax)? Ok, guilty as charged I guess. He played bad. That’s no secret. But guess what, that’s very normal for a rookie. Mariota played a great game. Good for him. But he wasn’t fantastic. He took what the defense gave him, which was everything. Go look at the all-22 footage and look at the differences between their offense versus ours. Tennessee had guys wide open – literally by like 10 yards in some cases. Mariota did a great job finding those guys. Winston had guys open that he missed on occasion, but the majority of time they either weren’t open or he was under siege. Again, I’m not making excuses, just stating facts. He has to get better. If he doesn’t, then he will be a bust. But it’s way too soon for any judgements by either QB. If you are so stupid to think otherwise, then you aren’t worth arguing with.

  27. OneLove Says:

    As it currently stands, JAMEIS IS A BUST UNTIL HE PROVES OTHERWISE!!

    Let me get this straight…. You think that COACHING was the reason he threw that first pick 6 and YOU DON’T THINK THAT YOU’RE AN IDIOT!?!?! *sigh*

    “We just need to get better” – Jameis Winston aka “Jemarcus Russell 2.0” aka “Hi, I’m Jameis and I have cable…” aka “You guys drafted me over the guy that WHOOPED ME in college?? Who’s the real idiot???”

  28. Jacko101 Says:

    I come here for updates and THE COMMENTS, @HawaiianBuc is still a lost peasant searching for attention.

  29. Hawaiian Buc Says:


    Maybe so, but they sure didn’t look like it on Sunday. Were they not getting pressure constantly? Did you see Wr’s wide open? I was up in 308 where I could see the whole field and I sure didn’t see many guys open. Aside from V-Jax, we have absolute garbage at WR. Louis Murphy is the worst #3 in football. So maybe their defense is terrible, but that just means our offense is worse.

  30. Hawaiian Buc Says:


    There you go putting words into people’s mouths. Who has said Jameis wasn’t to blame as well? Who has said he played well? He was put in a difficult situation and he didn’t perform. As Lovie would say, “simple as that”. However, he’s just a rookie being a rookie. It happens, and it’s going to happen more. I’m not even sure this was his worst game. I remember seeing Troy Aikman have some games where he didn’t look like he could start for the high school team. You don’t judge anyone off of one game, good or bad. If that’s too tough for you to understand, then you are on your own. As for calling someone a bust until they prove otherwise, that’s insane! But you’ve obviously made up your mind already. Obviously you were a Mariota guy from the beginning (or a Winston hater), so you are enjoying this. I always feel sorry for people who are so enamored with being right that they forget what team they are cheering for. Let it play out a little before you get your Mariota jersey.

  31. jimmy53 Says:

    Funny, Bree’s was looked at as a one time bust, and it was after multiple seasons not one lousy game.

    Shhhhh–don’t tell the haters.

  32. Lakeland Buc Says:

    Some of these comments don’t make sense, and they have no logic. I have been saying all year since the draft, that the Titans have superior offensive coaching. No team in the NFL have the experience that they have with Ken Whisenhunt and Mike Mularkey. They have close to 60 years in the NFL as a Head Coach, TE, OC, and they have been highly successful. I’m talking Super Bowl wins and appearance, the fact is that Lovie was out coached( by a huge margin) and he should admit it. There’s no shame to being out coached by these two veterans. I have stated here that Marcus Mariota is in the best hands that a rookie QB can be in. But most people( including these ignorant sportswriters) were building this up as Winston vs Mariota. But in reality this was the Titans superior offensive minds vs the Bucs defensive minds. And it was a mismatch before the kickoff, all Mariota gotta do is buy into the system and he will succeed. He never threw a pass over 20 yards, he confused the Bucs defense with play action passes. They had 115 yards after the catch, more yards than the actual receptions. I look back to 2008 when Mike Mularkey was named OC for the Atlanta Falcons, and Matt Ryan was a rookie. The Falcons use to run, run with Michael Turner and draw the linebackers up, then they would hit a quick hitch to Roddy White. That’s exactly what they did to the Bucs, they would run, run and draw the linebackers up on the play action, leaving the middle of the field wide open. Then they would hit the receivers with a quick hitch in stride, the safeties were not in position to make a play, the corners are out of the play. You had wide open receivers running free, and the Bucs had no answer. But on the positive side, most of these other teams on our schedule are not as creative as Whisenhunt and Mularkey.

  33. BrianBucs Says:

    When the Bucs hired Lovie, wasn’t Ken Whisenhunt available? Ugh

  34. Lakeland Buc Says:

    BrianBucs Whisenhunt and Mularkey was available. And I said at the time that they should have hired Mularkey as HC or OC. But they hired Lovie and then hired Jeff Tedford a few days later as OC. Then Whisenhunt had got the Titans job then he hired Mularkey as TE and Assistant Head Coach. The Glazers made their biggest mistake when they hired Lovie before they hired a GM. They should have hired a GM and let him pick and chose his and Head Coach. Instead they gave Lovie the power to interview people for the GM position.

  35. Patrickbucs Says:

    Couch Fan Says:
    September 16th, 2015 at 5:39 pm
    The Titans had a legendary DC calling their plays, you can’t tell me their defense played as bad as ours. Our receivers weren’t open, we for sure weren’t able to complete 5 yard passes that go for 20 repeatedly. Maybe their defense is as bad as ours but their coaching is 100000x better than ours.

    But he is new and it takes at least a year or 2 to learn a defense? Not getting that?

  36. BrianBucs Says:


    That is some good info. We can see what the Glazer’s train of thought has gotten us
    The Whisenhunt/Mariota combo looks a whole lot better right now than the Lovie/Winston combo

  37. StPeteBucsFan Says:

    Wow…reading these comments reveals a totally polarized fan base. Some for Fameis…some who think he’s a bust after one game…some still pining for MM.

    Again lets start with the 3rd point. MM’s performance is now irrelavant. We won’t play him unless it’s a Super Bowl..he’s not even in our Conference! We did not draft him. He’s not our QB…get over it!!!

    I’m certainly not for giving up on Fameis after one game. I am for judging him objectively. He had a horrible game and he has a history of making the very mistakes he made on Sunday. That at minimum is cause for concern but not enough to give up this soon.

    There is actually some middle ground. Lovie has had his chance…Fameis has not…yet. So let’s see what happens. It may be however that Fameis isn’t ready this year. We’ll see.

  38. StPeteBucsFan Says:

    BTW…it only looks polarized right now because we played Mariota. Imagine if Fameis tosses a couple more picks in N.O. and has difficulty handing the ball off and his footwork is as abysmal and Lovie in a panic says he starting MG8.

    What happens if MG8 then wins in Houston and comes home and beats Carolina.

    Is that just as big a nightmare as Sunday. Talk about a QB controversy!!!!!!!
    Talk about a polarized fan base. I went back and recalled three games where MG8 flashed and where he should be 3-0 with wins in Seattle the year the Seahawks won the SB…a win in N.O. and a win in Pittsburgh. Alas in Seattle the Great Schiano turtled up and let Seattle come back and win in OT…pretty much the same scenario in N.O. when Lovie’s D couldn’t hold a lead and again we lost in OT…and of course in Pittsburgh we actually won against the same DC who bumfuzzled us on Sunday.

    I need to see #3 flash something. Give us some hope!!! Zero passing TD’s in the PS…ok that was the PS. Horrible play yesterday…I just want to see some promise this Sunday. Just give us some hope Fameis!!!

  39. Bucs Fan #7423 Says:

    Jamies > Mariota

    Simple as that. By the way, the falcons defense looks good

  40. Lakeland Buc Says:

    I’m not going to put too much into, how good our QB is in Tampa. For one thing we don’t have a offensive minded Head Coach. In the NFL it’s mostly the teams with an offensive minded coach that wins the Super Bowl. But there are a few exceptions, but they had a great OC or QB. We have a rookie QB, but we have a defensive minded HC. That’s not a good combination unless we have a great OC, and we don’t. The play calling and the schemes were horrible Sunday, on both sides of the ball. We gotta do a better job at play calling, we gotta put the players in a position to make plays.

  41. Lakeland Buc Says:

    The Falcons defense look good? You gotta be joking, or blind. The Falcons defense are no better than they were a year ago. These comments smh.

  42. StPeteBucsFan Says:

    @Buc Fan #7423

    Jamies > Mariota

    So what? What is your point. We won’t play MM again unless we reach the SB

    Your post is literally irrelevant. Are we playing MM this Sunday? Did we play MM this past Sunday or the Titans. What is with the obsession between MM and JW.

    The draft debate is over!!! JW is OUR QB. MM is irrelevant…LITERALLY!!!

  43. BrianBucs Says:


    All good points. The last time the Bucs had an offensive minded head coach they won a Superbowl

  44. StPeteBucsFan Says:


    With a team built by a defensive coach. Then again many of us believe that an offensive coach…Sam Wyche had the draft that was the core of that team and ironically the offensive minded Wyche gave us two of the greatest defenders in Buc history..and HOFers’. Get’s confusing fast doesn’t it.

    I liked Chucky as a coach..as a talent evaluator not so much.

  45. BucsFan85 Says:

    SPBF I agree Mariota/Winston hype is irrelevant. This kid is gonna be great. Might not happen overnight, but I am so sick of the whole comparison. Yes I realize it’s gonna happen either way 1st and 2nd picks, but a lot of people have written off JW and I think it is stupid. One game people. You all act like the world is ending. Like it or not the Buccaneers are our team, as they always have been. Support them or don’t. The bashing is getting old. Ride or Die or find a new team.

  46. tnew Says:

    Anyone who thinks Mariota would look like he does playing for the Bucs is unfortunately mistaken. Our solution would be to make him into a traditional pocket passer. Also, Landry had a great point today. Last year that coaching staff went into KC with an offensive plan that beat them in Arrowhead. Talk to me at the bye week. I’m still most concerned with our defense and offensive lines. Was it me or did we have a penalty on nearly every decent first down play? My other question, why does everyone want Lovie fired and Koetter to be named the head coach? He prepped our offense for this game, not like they tore it up either.

  47. @Broy3434 Says:

    Anyone calling any player idc how god awful they looks should be ashamed. Same loser who said brodgewater was done after his horrific pro day. One game and bust. How can footage of one game(230, 2 and 2) overrule everything else. Last I speak tol Sunday. U guys r letting the score effect winstons eval(in wet conditions. ) also fools mariota threw it 5 yards. U losers know nothing of football only fan duel stays and it’s a shame. Yes Lovie and his personnel moves are horrible but cling a QB a bust after one game is the most laughable thing I’ve ever read. Keep making Joe happy tho with the clicks and negative comments tho!

  48. @Broy3434 Says:

    Lastly couch fan and Hawaiin it’s good to see you. I’m joining your fight. I root for the Bucs and I’m a realist. Not a fanboy by any means. Yes mariota looked somewhat sharp against Derek Anderson and Austin Davis’ favorite defense. Guess Austin Davis is a stud..oh wait. Without couch fan and Hawaiin these comments would be unreadable…oh wait. The same 5 kids post the same god damn thing over and over and I absolutely can’t stand it. But love joes writing so not leaving. HEY JOE HOW BOUT A NEGATIVITY FILTER OR KEYWORD BUST FILTER SO I CAN FIND SOMETHING OTHER THAN ASANINE OPINIONS

    Peyton manning 4 pics same yardage debut
    Luck – 1 fumble 3 ints
    Breaking news
    Aren’t busts
    Rg3 and mariota = same passer rating in college offense debut against bad defense
    RG3 is playing safety on the practice squad.

  49. Bucs Fan #7423 Says:


    I know you don’t know how to judge defenses so I won’t hold that against you. The falcons defense looked good because they were well coached. Keep in mind they were playing against a top 5 offense. When the game was on the line the defense made the game winning interception. The only reason why the Falcons defense isn’t great is because they don’t have any superstars on defense.


    My point is that if our Offensive Line could block we would have a top 5 offense.

  50. @Broy3434 Says:

    Hawaiin where did you find the all 22 since ur someone with a brain.

  51. StPeteBucsFan Says:


    My point is that if our Offensive Line could block we would have a top 5 offense.

    Well that is a point to consider. But MM wouldn’t have anything to do with it.
    He won’t block for us and he won’t ever play QB for us.

    I just think we should concentrate on Fameis. HE is the Bucs QB not MM.

  52. BUC IT Says:

    Joe its really annoying that you continue to refer to Winston as America’s qb. How bout we all just support him and let him do what he is going to do. He doesn’t need anymore hype. He had enough of that coming out of college.

  53. Delson Says:

    Koetter calls the plays but he doesnt execute them. It wasn’t koetter’s fault winston stared down humphries. Why didn’t he audible into a play action? It wasnt koetter’s fault winston fumbled a hand off. Winston could not THROW A RECEIVER OPEN. Didnt he run for his first 3 1st downs? I mean the qb play was the spotlight of the game. It was the showdown everyone had been waiting for since they announced picks 1 and 2. Winston and Mariota will be compared week 2 week 3 week 4 etc.. year 1 year 2 year 3 etc. So everyone saying quit comparing them get used to saying quit comparing them. I had hopes that I was wrong about Winston BUT I haven’t seen any progression from his college qb play to his preseason to his official debut as a proffessional. His feet looked liked they were dipped in cement and his vision is terrible. The guy who was said to be able to handle the spotlight couldn’t handle the spotlight. But at least he’s an entertaining interview, eh joe? Run winston thru the tires all week TILL HE LEARNS TO PICK UP HIS FEET.

  54. Lakeland Buc Says:

    BucFan 723, They ranked 32nd in defense last season, and they ranked 26th after Monday night. So they have improved from 32th to 26th, but they gave up 21 points and close to 300 yards in the 2nd half. The Eagles drove 130 yards on a 95 yard drive, counting the 35 yards in penalties that they had to overcome. The INT was a clean drop by Jordan Matthews, which fell to the Falcon defender. I don’t see any good defenses in the NFC South, this will be a weak division. Just like it was last season, and it may be worse.

  55. TheBucsAnthem Says:


    This post is still pointless

  56. Bucs Fan #7423 Says:


    I just wanted to make it clear that Jamies is better than Mariotta. Simple as that


    Rankings and stats are for losers. They keep suckers like you interested in listening to analyst and going to their websites so advertisements can give them money.

    Like I said the Eagles are a top 5 offense and the Falcons don’t have any Superstars on defense. YET WHEN THE GAME WAS ON THE LINE THE FALCON DEFENSE STILL WON THE GAME FOR THEM. You don’t understand how to judge defenses, so I won’t hold that against you. Trust me, they are well coached and the Falcons will win the division this year because their defense has gotten much better IN UNDER ONE YEAR F-CK I HATE LOVIE GET HIS ASS OUT OF HERE!!!!!

  57. Bucs Fan #7423 Says:


    If by pointless you mean none of these posts will have any affect on whether the bucs win or lose then this entire website is pointless.

  58. PRBucFan Says:

    Your absolute tools if your focus is Jw and the offense right now and not this ridiculous joke of a defense.

  59. Lakeland Buc Says:

    Jameis Winston will make a lot of progress and become a good NFL QB. It’s normal for a rookie QB to make mistakes, so Jameis was just a normal rookie Sunday. People are trying to hype this as a Winton vs Mariota, but it was the Bucs vs the Titans. And the Titans won the game, but Winston has his whole career ahead of him. He’s 21 years old with at least 10-12 years ahead of him, one game don’t make him nor do it break him. It is what it is, only his first game. There’s many, many more games to play, and I say he will have a successful career in the NFL. I also say that the Bucs will rebound from this game and have a successful season.

  60. Mackey Says:

    I was shocked that the first two passes by JW were interceptions. Although the reasons he looked so bad throughout the game were because of a crappy offensive line and lousy play calling.

    I was also shocked that the first game of the new season kept the bucs as the laughingstock of the NFL.

    Schiano is starting to look like a genius compared to Lovie.

  61. Mackey Says:

    Yes, PRBUCFAN…You are correct. Especially disheartening was Lavonte David’s remark that the air was taken out of the bucs defense after their first penalty…Like…WTF ???

  62. Mackey Says:

    Remember Troy Aikman’s first year with the Cowboy (1989)??…

    On opening day, the Cowboys were beaten by the New Orleans Saints, 28–0, and went on to finish 1–15 for the season. Aikman broke the index finger on his non-throwing hand in week four and Steve Walsh started the next 4 games (including the team’s only win) before Aikman returned to finish the season.

  63. J Says:

    @Hawaiin I agree our offense is poor but that is all 11

  64. Caleb Says:

    So, this is what I gathered so far. Jamies is impressing everyone off the field, but has yet to impress anyone on the field. Sorry to break it to everyone, but being impressive on the field is much more important. Jamies has proved that he can talk the talk, now it’s time to prove he can walk the walk. I wasn’t a believer before we drafted him, and so far I’ve been nothing but not surprised by what he’s shown me and everyone else who’s watched PS and the first game. He has shown no improvement over this time, I think I just another wasted pick. Some of you will probably disagree with me and that’s fine. Give it a few years, I’d bet all my money that will be on the market for another QB.