Kwon Has Jameis’ Back

January 4th, 2016
Stands with his rookie brother in arms.

Stands with his rookie brother in arms.

Yesterday, like a cool breeze on a hot summer day, America’s Quarterback, Jameis Winston, had his fill of the losing after the Bucs dropped their fourth straight game to end the season.

Jameis, winner that he is, couldn’t tolerate it any longer and he let loose, specifically in his postgame presser when he said in no uncertain terms that the coaching staff cared more about winning than some of his teammates. Until that slacker mentality is deloused from the locker room, Jameis said, the Bucs won’t again win.

But rest assured, this fungus will be cleansed and when it is, “We’re going to be hell, now,” he said.

Fellow rookie Kwon Alexander took to Twitter and applauded Jameis for his stand.

While this may or may not come as a surprise to some, what Jameis is to the offense, Alexander is to the defense. The dude is all over the field and plays with his hair on fire. He is every bit the spirited leader on the defense that Jameis is on offense.

The Bucs terribly missed Alexander’s play, and Joe doesn’t think it is a coincidence at all that the defense collapsed when Alexander was suspended the final four games of the season.

Change is coming folks ,and it is led by the rookies who are no longer rookies now. Get in line or get out of the way. It’s not like the Bucs — who set an NFL futility record yesterday for most consecutive years in a division basement — won many games with the slackers.

21 Responses to “Kwon Has Jameis’ Back”

  1. thunderchunkyPA Says:

    I am glad these guys are taking this franchise by the nuts, and taking them, kicking and screaming, showing them what it takes to win. Joe, Licht has his work cut out for him, he should get rid of players that have some tenure around here.

  2. Bucs Believer Says:

    Mccoy the time of collecting paychecks and preening around Tampa Bay is done! Jameis and Kwon are coming for you!

  3. Danati74 Says:

    This gets me excited as a fan. Also Jameis was wise to say it won’t happen immediately, but will start this off season. To know we finally got our franchise QB is a dream come true for us. Possibly in the same draft in the 4th round we got our QB of the defense. I like McCoy, but Im glad Jameis didn’t just sit back and enjoy being a rookie. The guy wants to win….and we know we are ready to win. The big question is can Lovie take us there???

  4. Lovie Is Dog Poo Says:

    No more energy drinks though Kwon.

  5. Joehelldeloxley Says:

    Kwon Alexander suspension really killed the momentum we had.
    Event with lavonte David great performances, we really mised him.
    SO I hope that next yeat, with an healthy and improved receiving corps,with an improve and out of suspension defence, with perhaps some good free agent (not big names but efficient people) there is a chance of seeing the play offs.
    Coaching staff is important but never forget that at the end of the day, they are not on the field ! Players are !

  6. TBAYBUC Says:

    well said Joehelldeloxley

  7. Sunny Says:

    We need a true #3 WR and ASJ , is good but we need him heathy

  8. The Buc Realist Says:

    Maybe Kwon should hand out “Energy Drinks” to the Bucs D-line and Secondary!!!!

    I am really worried that “mild mannered Kwon Alexander” is not as good as “Energy Drink Kwon”!!!!!!!!

  9. 911bucs Says:

    Nice to see a couple of 21 year olds willing to take the helm and steer us in the right direction.

  10. Bob in Valrico Says:

    keep Jackson as a player and transition to a coach when he retires.

  11. BucFanInTokyo Says:

    Kwon was missed big time. Losing teams often say how they are three or four players from being contenders. That statement was proved by Kwon Alexander not being on the field the final 4 games. He will not turn the Bucs into a contender by himself but without him the Bucs were literally one important player away from getting to the next level.

  12. StPeteBucsFan Says:

    There is raw talent and there is heart and will to win. This team has more talent than it shows on the field because of it’s lack of heart.

    If that is to change #3 and Kwon will have to be the instruments of that change.

    Now for everybody yelling to bench the slackers and cut bait with them…are you really ready to wait even more time until we find the talent to replace the “attitude” problems. There is a reason the “attitude” people like Winslow and the rest keep getting to play in the league. There is a shortage of talent to go around. Some people can handle the talented players baggage better than others…see Bill Belicheat…others like the past three Bucs staffs not so much.

  13. Couch Fan Says:

    I Like Kwan but to say the defense collapsed without him is implying that it was actually decent before his suspension which is flat out incorrect.

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  15. BoJim Says:

    The Buc Realist Says:

    I am really worried that “mild mannered Kwon Alexander” is not as good as “Energy Drink Kwon”!!!!!!!!

    Yeah. I have thought about that a few times.

  16. Ufcguy32 Says:

    Kwon got caught during training camp. That would be out of his system

  17. pick6 Says:

    for the millionth time, his failed test was back in training camp. unless he wishes to commit career suicide, he was playing clean ALL YEAR.

    the problem with getting rid of the slackers is that we are still a ridiculously thin team and most free agents are not that good. excluding cap casualties, if they had the mentality that the bucs are looking for, their team probably wouldn’t have let them get to Free Agency. we have alot of good drafting to do in order to overcome the current talent (and, sadly, coaching) deficits

  18. bucrightoff Says:

    Couch Fan Says:
    January 4th, 2016 at 9:57 am
    I Like Kwan but to say the defense collapsed without him is implying that it was actually decent before his suspension which is flat out incorrect.

    It’s like comparing dog crap to horse crap. Dog crap might be easier to clean up and not smell as bad, but it’s still crap.

  19. Johnny "America's Commenter" Dejay Says:

    @Ufcguy32 and @pick6 If we’re to believe Kwon, it was an energy drink and he failed in the pre-season; however, there is no confirmation from the league or the team about when Kwon failed a test or what triggered the failure.

    Since Kwon is steadfastly refusing to name the brand of the energy drink and nobody has found any over-the-counter energy drinks that would violate the NFL’s banned substance policy, Kwon’s credibility is shaky at best.

    As Ted Wells would say, it’s “more probable than not” that Kwon was busted for something other than an energy drink, and we have no reason to believe it happened in the preseason either.

  20. Buccfan37 Says:

    A flaw in Kwon’s otherwise brilliant season. Nobody is flaw free. Can’t wait for his round two.

  21. HIRE JIMBO Says:

    I’m on your side almost 100% of the time. We see eye to eye on most things. But in case u didn’t remember, kwon was tested for his “energy drink” in otas. He has played all year CLEAN. He is a beast and will continue to be a beast
    Glazers. I’m disappointed in you.