Monday Off = Jameis Working Early

September 14th, 2016

JameisweatSo what was Jameis doing Monday morning when the Buccaneers players given a “Victory Monday” day off?

Of course, Jameis was at the office early in the morning, so said quarterbacks coach Mike Bajakian on the Buccaneers Radio Network.

Bajakian was asked about grading Jameis against the Falcons and revealed Jameis’ schedule.

“For as tough as I am on Jameis, he’s tough on himself also. And he’s a perfectionist,” Bajakian said. “He came in first thing this morning, players’ day off. He pops his head in my office; I don’t know what time it was. He always will make his entrance and we sat down and talked about the game. The first things he’s bringing up is, ‘Hey, I could have done this better. I could have done that better.’ So there’s always stuff to improve upon. But I was happy to see progress in the areas we emphasized all offseason, all training camp.”

There’s no letup from 22-year-old Jameis.

“He’s hungry. He’s very hungry in every way. He’s hungry to improve as an individual,” Bajakian said of Jameis. “He’s a competitor, wants to beat everybody we play. So I don’t think he’s ever going to be one who rests on his laurels.”

21 Responses to “Monday Off = Jameis Working Early”

  1. Drew Says:

    Mrs. Pablo: Pablooooo!!! Pablooooo!! Pablo!

    Mrs. Pablo: Where the h$ll is that little sheet.

    Stranger: I believe I saw Pablo taking a siesta sitting under the oleander drinking tequila.

  2. Issic Haggins Says:

    This is why Gerald McCoy just had a really good/ great game , may have been the best total effort game so far of his Buc career !!! Effort and Leadership rub off and set additional expectations !!! Glad to see Gerald turn it up a notch, if he keeps it up , Def Player of the week is soon to come !!! Go Bucs !!!

  3. Drew Says:

    Will continue with the adventures of Pablo throughout the season.

  4. 1Gr8Buc Says:

    ^^^^ just stop?

  5. Razor Ramone Says:

    Please don’t.

  6. Round One Says:

    McCoy has to worry about Alexander stealing all the defensive accolades.

  7. Ocala Says:

    If you get a chance to interview or talk to Jason Licht I would be interested in his take on the Bucs salary cap position for 2017.
    The Bucs have the most cap space for 2017 with $69,978,657.
    Top five in cap space for 2017:


  8. JAB83 Says:

    Hope someone suggested to the coaches to have JW do some rollouts/bootlegs early in the game to help get him dialed in!!!!

    Seriously he has got to be one of if not well on his way to being the most accurate passer on the move.

    Watch the game again. He don’t miss a pass when he is on the move and he didnt start hitting his passes till he rolled out a few times.

    First scoring drive he went 5 for 5 I believe and the first and last passes came with him on the move. I believe he hits one of the two bombs he missed on the first drive if he rolls out.

    What better way to burn a little extra juice early???

  9. Jason Says:

    Jameis won NFC Offensive Player of the week! Booyah!

  10. JAB83 Says:

    P.S. Baseball skills coming into play… If your any good at throwing a ball. Baseball will hone those skills because you learn to throw on the move better than if you are standing still. Granted he was a pitcher. You still learn growing up how to throw. Especially on the move.

  11. JAB83 Says:

    15 more weeks of OPOTW and we have ourselves a MVP!!!!

  12. ATrain Says:

    I will say it AGAIN I was a Winston HATER I wanted that other guy.



  13. Stpetebucsfan Says:

    Round One

    I certainly agree with you about Kwon taking over this defense. Our #1 draft pick has already stated that Kwon is the Jameis of the defense.

    Having said that, I do not believe GMC will worry one second about Kwon or who gets the glory or who is the leader as long as we win.

    When we start winning there will be plenty of glory to go around. I do not perceive any massive egos like Keyshawn Johnson on this team. Unlike Keyshawn everybody already knows who is the straw that stirs the drink.

    #3 came in modestly last year and EARNED his position as the team leader.

    I do not believe Doug or Charles Sims worry about who is the best running back. I see no worry between VJAX and ME…

    This is one of the greatest parts about cheering for this team. They are a TEAM!

  14. Americas QB Says:

    Stpetebucfan: One team one heartbeat! Jameis is bout to turn this team from tiny nuggets of poop the a full treasure chest of GOLD! GO BUCS!

  15. orlbucfan Says:

    @Stpete: AMEN to every word in your comment. Thank you, good sir. That said, Go Mighty Bucs in the Desert Sunday!! Hope Joe posts the countdown clock, too. 🙂

  16. Nole on Sat.-Bucc on Sun. Says:

    I second that.

  17. louis Says:

    meis has been a major catalist in changing the culture of the buccaneers. He leads by example , effort and heart. Because of his work ethic, others are stepping up as well, and making the bucs a truly professional organization from top to bottom. This has become a fun team to watch again!

  18. teacherman777 Says:

    Mike Evans is ALWAYS shoulder to shoulder with V-Jax. After every catch, after every series, walking on and off the field. V-Jax is a SAINT and a PROPHET!!! Thank God he is a BUC FOR LIFE!!

    If you know what happened to Mike Evan’s father, then you will understand how important Vincent Jackson is as a big brother/father figure for Mike.


    They are BOTH bi-racial. Mike Evans has a little white mama.

    I love these guys, they are symbols of a NEW America, where talent and heart are valued and judged NOT skin color!

    We’re all FAMILY!!!

    Go Bucs!!

    (the Family chant started with Schiano by the way- I m happy its still here!)

    F.A.M.I.L.Y.= Forget about Me, I love you!!!

    ONE LOVE!!!

  19. Doctor Stroud Says:

    I know that the stat sheet indicates that the Falcons had zero sacks against the Bucs, but from what I saw, Jameis Winston was being harassed a lot and put on the ground more than once. Because I know injuries more than anyone, I noticed that he had a slight limp going into half time. Please, O-Line, protect our asset!

  20. Pickgrin Says:

    We hear the same story from everyone who is near Jameis. But its nice to hear the coach he spends the most time with say how driven to greatness Winston is.

  21. MadMax Says:

    When you’re driven to know all of the intricacies of everything to make you perfect at what you’re choosing (job, sport, musical instrument, journalism, you name it) you pound and then pound some more. Some are satisfied after pounding a little….the best keep pounding and are never satisfied because they keep finding reasons to pound more. Thats JW3!! I love it!!