Jameis Identifies The Difference

November 22nd, 2015
Jameis sets Joe straight after the game.

Jameis tells Joe where “to get your analysis of the game.”

Notice how there was diversity in the Bucs’ offense today?

Mike Evans wasn’t barraged repeatedly like a worn out carnival target. All of a sudden there was an underneath passing game. Adam Humphries looked like a real slot receiver.

Gone were the agonizing hours of defenses keying on Evans and disrespecting undrafted rookies Donteea Dye and Adam Humphries on the outside.

Joe asked America’s Quarterback, Jameis Winston, how much having Vincent Jackson finally back on the field opened up the offense and the underneath game. And Joe asked Jameis when he learned V-Jax would play.

Jameis had firm answers for Joe.

“You have a chance to just get your analysis of the game: We have Vincent Jackson back and you see the score on the board,” Jameis said. “That’s how much Vincent Jackson means to this team.

“Vincent comes to work like he’s going to play every week anyway. So last night, Coach Lovie said he was active. So we just said, ‘Let’s go Vince.'”

 What’s left for Joe to say after America’s Quarterback tells Joe where to learn about the difference in the offense?

34 Responses to “Jameis Identifies The Difference”

  1. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    I don’t care if he is overpaid. I don’t even care if he asks for a raise. You do whatever it takes to make sure V-Jax is back next year, and maybe a couple years after that. He’s that big of a difference maker

  2. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    The difference today began with Doug Martin….always a huge key to Buc offense success.
    Having Vjax back opened up the entire passing game…

    And…the Oline was very, very good!!!

  3. Tom Edrington Says:

    Our “reliable” Harvard tight end was impressive…..who needs “Irkel”?

  4. Buc1987 Says:


    Joshua Tyler Freeman is an American football quarterback for the Brooklyn Bolts of the Fall Experimental Football League.

  5. StPeteBucsFan Says:

    I’m glad for VJAX. He’s nearing the end it would be great for him to go out on a winning note. By next year if he can stay healthy I believe we’ll be truly competitive, I mean in the playoffs and beyond.

    This year we found a franchise QB…two starting OL..and a starting MLB.

    Imagine if we do that for the defense next year. That would be a franchise DE and another complimentary DE also capable of starting. A great CB and it would be a draft to rival this years.

  6. Pickgrin Says:

    “Jameis Identifies The Difference”

    LOL – yes – the same guy that #3 sees whenever he looks into a mirror. THAT guy is the “difference” in the Bucs becoming relevant again.

  7. Buc1987 Says:

    Pickgrin…Jameis has already exceeded my expectations for him before the season started. What about you?

  8. WalkdaPlank Says:

    Agree Hawaiian, Vjax’s impact is huge, even if the stats don’t show it.

  9. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    I love how some of the UDFA and other waiver pickups are playing…..Humphries, Brate, Jack Smith, Howard Jones…..
    Next year we may actually have some very difficult roster decisions…..it’s about time!!!

  10. Elle Says:

    His play on the field aside, JW brings something that this team needed in a bad way: leadership. Is it a mere coincidence that the team is now dramatically improving – and winning – just as Winston begins to consolidate his leadership role and become the face of the franchise, as he’s supposed to be? I don’t think so.

    I’ve always preferred Winston over Mariota simply because Winston is more of a vocal leader. I strongly believe that the Bucs needed someone like him. His personally is infectious and we’re starting to really see it now. I don’t have anything against Mariota, I’m sure he’ll have a good career, but being soft spoken and “leading by example” is not what the Bucs need right now. We need Jameis and all that he brings, period.

  11. Pickgrin Says:

    Yes – ’87. I felt quite sure that Winston would be a top 10 QB in the NFL in due time before he ever even took a pre-season snap as a Buccaneer.

    But I did not expect him to be playing at this level in his rookie year. The kid has been on fire the last 5 games. Throwing darts and bullets into tight windows and down the field with precision that Mariota can only dream of. Even in losses and with Evans as his only legit receiving weapon – you could see that Jameis has been playing at the level of the league’s top QBs since just after the Carolina game. He took that 4 turnover performance to heart and ever since has been very good at protecting the ball while still staying aggressive.

  12. MIke Johnson Says:

    Say Joe..Don’t you have more photos of Winston? You seem to be fond of the one of him looking like a crazed cocky Muhammed Ali.

  13. Supersam Says:

    Jameis looks like Eddie Murphy on crack in that picture hahaha

  14. Bucs Fan Since '76 Says:

    Awesome to read from happy Bucs fans!

  15. Love and Warrick Dunn Says:

    I am enjoying this.

    Tomorrow I will think about losing Kwon. But, today, I am enjoying this team win.

    Imagine ASJ and Marpet back in action. The offense is smoking. Sims has been a great complement to Doug. Can’t be happier with the oline.

    Imagine this team with a dominant DE and depth.

  16. orlbucfan Says:

    Koetter was lining up Humphries, ME and V-Jax on one side of the field. Famous Jameis had his pick of the litter. LOL Loved it!! Go mighty Bucs!!

  17. Jolly Bucs Fan Says:

    VJ is worth every dime, as a leader, as a player, as a member of the community.

    My all time favorite Bucs receiver

  18. Buc1987 Says:

    So who got the game ball Jameis or Dougie?

  19. Stanglassman Says:

    Elle Says:
    September 13th, 2015 at 7:40 pm

    I disagree completely. It was Jameis vs LeBeau and LeBeau won. It was Mariota vs Lovie/Frazier and Mariota won. That should say quite a bit about our coaching stuff. I don’t care THAT much for Winston, hell, I’m a ‘Bama fan for life, but there’s really NO NEED whatsoever to put this kind of pressure on a rookie QB who got stuck with a BAD coach. So saying that it was all about Mariota vs Winston today doesn’t help at all.

    Elle Says: September 13th
    Winston didn’t play horrible, he played like ROOKIE & Mariota played like a all-pro thanx to Lovie.

    Destinjohnny Says:
    September 13th, 2015 at 8:11 pm

    We drafted the wrong guy simple end of story.
    This is the 800th time I have said it on the site

    SuperSam Says:
    September 13th, 2015 at 8:29 pm


  20. Buc1987 Says:

    Stanglassman …lol your pulling a me now. I thought that was my niche.

    Good stuff though!

  21. Buc1987 Says:

    Yah Joe this is what that pic reminds me of when I see it.


  22. Brent Says:

    Please resign Vjax..

  23. mveal2006 Says:

    I guess I wl have to start saying jameous Williams, he has that excitement doug Williams had until Culverhouse screwed everything up.

  24. Jonny 2.3 Says:

    @HawaiianBuc: I seriously doubt if VJax asks for a raise. Also the WR contracts around the league in the last 2-3 years put VJax in the above average range in terms of his salary. VJax is a good player and an even better leader/individual. He is like Hardy Nickerson of offense.

  25. Rod Says:

    Better draft a replacement or sign a 2nd WR in FA because there is zero chance that VJ is back at $11-mil a year.

  26. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    @Jonny 2.3,

    I was just trying to prove a point. I realize he’s not going to ask for a raise.

  27. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    We’ve got the money….we may keep him to keep the chemistry…..spend the draft on D.
    I think he may have another year after that in him…..how about a 2 year 14 mil deal?

  28. Buc1987 Says:

    TBBF…sounds good to me, but remember the Dougernaught’s going to want a huge deal. Knock on wood and he stays the same Doug we’ve seen all season so he can get that money.

  29. BucfanAnd fsufan Says:

    Go bucs great team win,I dont need to say anything about Winston,my Day 1 QB Fsu til now,great historic running from Dougernaught,But Stanglass man I love what you did with keeping those comments hilarious,now we need Big Dawgs comments and im set.

  30. Bucs Scout 1493246788 and counting Says:

    Elle got called out like a punk. Elle is the exact fan everyone should hate. Always right never wrong because he’s a flip flopping tool. Probably also a gator fan. They do the same thing each year.

  31. Mo_Downs Says:

    Kenny Bell may not be the answer nest year at WR1, WR2, or WR3.

    Brate is picking up the pace and may become a threat to ASJ starting next year.
    IF Brate proves to be durable and continues to contribute at a high level, ASJ may be our starting TE2 next season. ATC, he may last longer and still be able to contribute quality play with fewer snaps per game.

    Humphries is looking good. Let’s hope he can survive playing in the slot.

    The Bucs are becoming the team Lovie imagined they could become. Let’s hope they can continue their quest for the playoffs against the Colts.

    Luck has taken some big hits (From an overall 94 to an 86) on Madden 16.

    The defense is still worth cheering for despite a rare offense inspired BEAT DOWN of the Eagles.

    Bradford, with all due respect to his injury status, was fortunate to not play in THIS game.

    After Evens was speared in the back several Eagles players were carted off the field. The Bucs defensive motto: “Hurt 1 of ours and we destroy 3 of yours.”

    After watching “The Hunting Ground” tonight on CNN. Quite a compelling hit job against Jameis, if you don’t mind the facts being twisted into an Orwellian nightmare. Oh Brother…!!!

  32. Fsuking Says:

    Man what a game for Jaboo! If Adam Humhpries was any good, Jameis would have thrown 6 TDs to 6 different guys. It’s been a long while since we had that offensive firepower

  33. lurker Says:

    Bucs Scout 1493246788

    stfu, moron

  34. godzilla13 Says:

    @Fsuking Says: How many 3rd down conversion completions did Adam Humphries have? You probably don’t know?