Decisions Separate Jameis

January 13th, 2016

jameis beamingMan, it’s so damn refreshing to see an analysis of America’s Quarterback, Jameis Winston, that is all about film and nothing about stats.

Joe recommends this NFL Network video featuring retired linebacker LaVar Arrington. He breaks down three plays that focus on Jameis’ decisions,ย with a secondary look at execution.

It’s definitely worth a look as you fantasize about a winning season in 2016.

7 Responses to “Decisions Separate Jameis”

  1. R.O. Says:


  2. tickrdr Says:

    Out of all the good plays Jameis had this year, he shows two passes and one run.

    Of the two passes, Jameis threw behind the receiver on one of them. Way to make him look good.


  3. BuccaneEric75 Says:

    Was not impressed with Arrington. Was with Winston.๐Ÿ˜€

  4. StPeteBucsFan Says:


    Haven’t seen you around lately. All of this angst around the losing season..firing Lovie and the coach search must have your patients tickers cranking at high speed keeping you busy eh.? ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. tickrdr Says:

    @ StPeteBucFan:

    Definitely busy this time of year, especially with all of the “blue platers” invading our state. I read voraciously, and read every post (even the illiterate ones), but type quite poorly and slowly, so don’t post as much. I am quite happy that Lovie will be replaced, as I don’t think anybody played better under his tutelage than they did under Schiano. I am probably the only one here who is still concerned about Winston’s lack of accuracy. I am quite impressed with his leadership and running ability however. Nevertheless, a quick look at the list of QB injuries this year makes me wish he threw for more TDs rather than running for them.


  6. StPeteBucsFan Says:


    That’s funny…blue plate specials indeed!

    Agree with all your football takes. I was pretty concerned about #3’s accuracy issues as well. But two things give me hope. He’s a hard worker with no baseball to interfere I suspect he’ll be throwing a lot of balls this off season.

    And then I watched Aaron Rodgers…my favorite thrower of the ball..beautiful tight spirals from the pocket or on the run but against the Deadskins that first half he threw a lot of wild throws…could have been the wind. My point being perhaps I was too tough on #3

    If we factor in all the great completions negated by stupid penalities..the drops..the receivers who perhaps ran the wrong route…bottom line I think yes #3 needs to work on accuracy but he may not be as far away as it appeared this year.

  7. BuccaneEric75 Says:

    StPete, I agree with your post.