Jameis: “I Gotta Get My Mind Right”

July 2nd, 2016

jameis beamingMust-watch video here of America’s Quarterback, Jameis Winston.

Obsessed this offseason and with community service, Jameis rolled on this week in Alabama, visiting hospitalized youth, speaking to kids at a local library, and actively hosting his own football camp, in addition to other counseling of kids.

WIAT-TV, the local CBS affiliate, sat down with Jameis for a 1-on-1 session via the video below.

Jameis talks about how “I gotta get my mind right,” in order for the Bucs to become a Super Bowl team. He also discusses his messaging to children. It’s a video that Joe promises will set your Saturday in the right direction.

7 Responses to “Jameis: “I Gotta Get My Mind Right””

  1. DemBoyzFromDaBay727 Says:

    He’s such a great QB, but now he’s becoming a even better person. Couldn’t ask for more from this guy. Love everything about him.

    Keep up the hard work #3.

  2. Warren Says:

    Awesome vid Joe. Praying he stays healthy!

  3. BigPoppaBuc Says:

    The Jameis stories are killing me, Joe… It’s enough at this point to seem WAY too good to be true. Decades as a Bucs fan will cause your mind to lean in a bad way. I get so excited about this young, passionate, talented and dedicated QB that I get paranoid. That there’s just no way something this great can happen to the Bucs. I’m not trying to be a downer at all; it’s just that this kind of optimism that we truly have a franchise QB is uncharted territory for Bucs fans like me.

  4. buccfan305 Says:


    I feel the same way my man…its like I’m gonna wake up at any minute and realize it was all a dream. Lol I’m staying cautiously optimistic. I just hope he can stay healthy and stay out of trouble and the rest will take care of itself.

    Go Bucs!!

  5. Gilhealy Says:

    Anyone who thinks Jameis needs to “stay out of trouble” is an easily manipulated individual. What trouble do you think he’s going to get in? If you haven’t figured out the agenda driven drivel that’s been printed and voiced over the last couple of years by now, you’ll never get it. First it was Mariota, now it’s Gurley who’s wearing the white hat. Telling me that Gurley deserved #22 on the top 100 list and Jameis being excluded all together further proves this. Gurley had 6 good games and 7 mediocre games. The guy didn’t crack 100 yards 8 games in a row till the last one. His total yards ranked 41st for a rookie. Jameis ranked 3rd all time in yards, and top 2 all time total td’s. Once the civil trial gets laughed out of court and all lies are make public, those on this and other boards who still think Jameis needs to “stay out of trouble” will be far and few in between. He’s a great kid, and becoming, as all great kid’s do, a better man.

  6. Buc1987 Says:

    Jimbo Fisher: “He’s a great kid.”

    @BigPop….yah it’s real. I know it’s hard for most of us long time fans to realize, but he’s for real. I get where you’re coming from though. We’ve waited a long, long, long time for someone this special at QB, that it feels like it can’t be true. I go through it too at times and I think I’m his biggest fan on this site or any other site.

    The question for me is not what is Jamies going to do this season, but how are you fans out there going to handle a SB berth in Winston’s 3rd season? Cause that’s what I’m looking at over here on my end.

    Dust off your Bucs gear everyone. Big things bout to happen. Soon. 🙂

  7. Buc1987 Says:

    Oh yeah TBBF and Pablo….you’re going to see another Bucs Super Bowl old timer.

    I promise you that. Could be 2 more so stay tuned.