“I Gotta Get Rid Of The Football”

November 29th, 2015
Blames himself

Blames himself

Man, America’s Quarterback, Jameis Winston, sure was quick to cut off a reporter’s question after the Bucs game today in Indianapolis.

Joe hopes Jameis brings the same fast reaction the next time he’s got an NFL pass rush closing in on him.

Anyone watching the Bucs’ frustrating loss saw Jameis take at least two sacks today that didn’t have to happen. Jameis must learn to ditch the football when he’s got nothing open and his internal clock (which should be working) sets off the wake-up buzzer.

Jameis was trying to do way too much under the rush today, turning into traffic and making things worse at times.

Hopefully, it’s simply a valuable lesson learned on the way to superstardom.

Asked about dealing with pressure in his face today, Jameis cut off the question and said, “I gotta get rid of the football. It’s about rhythm. The offensive line, they did an amazing job. Shout out to [right tackle Gosder Cherilus]. You know, he was out there working his tail off because he’s back home. We just gotta get rid of the football and move forward.”

8 Responses to ““I Gotta Get Rid Of The Football””

  1. Destinjohnny Says:

    Jameis you have a gift for seeing and anoxia print windows
    Trust that instinct.
    When teams are bring the heat trust in your pre snap read
    1 2 3 and let it rip


    You are correct Jameis tried doing way too much under duress and after today’s O-line performance, forget continuity if Marpet is healthy get him and Dotson in there as that is the future on the right side

  3. Bucnut2 Says:

    YEP agree with JW. He must get the pre-snap read right and get rid of it

  4. StPeteBucsFan Says:

    Hasselbeck is in his 17th year in the league…12 of them as the primary starter.

    He has seen it all and it’s showing up in his play. He’s now won 4 in a row!!!
    He made some great throws today. He got hit as often as #3 he was just quicker to throw the ball away.

    The Colts have won 11 games for three years in a row. It wasn’t all Luck..pun intended. They advanced in the playoffs only to be eliminated the past two years by the Patriots. IE They are a good team and they were playing at home.

    #3 had a mediocre game against a red hot QB on the road against a team that has won 11 games the past three years. There is no shame in the fact that #3 is still learning. He’ll figure it out. But he certainly didn’t today.

  5. loggedontosay Says:

    The line cannot hold up for a five to seven step drop back. That is what was witnessed today-the flaws of the offensive line. speed receiver is needed. Austin Serferian jenkins would have been big for Jameis Winston today. With his size going across the middle would have allowed Jameis Winston to get rid of the ball and helped the running game. Colts were selling all out on the blitz.

  6. Luther Says:

    Even though he could have gotten rid of the ball a couple of times, I still think he played well. A few of those penalties were horrible including the penalty that wiped out a TD run. Mike Evans dropped a perfect TD pass that also hurt.

  7. K1ngAdroc Says:

    yes, down by 4, in the face of a mad rush JW dropped a dime on Mike Evans….. who, in turn, dropped it. Turning point in the game. Bucs need another draft for the defense and pickup more depth to be consistently competitive. Go Bucs!

  8. SmithandWinston Says:

    Yes I know, stats are for losers. Joe could you look into the punting game? Seems to me that were not flipping the field the way we should.