Jameis Winds Up On Injury Report

November 9th, 2016
Maybe not so great.

Maybe not so great.

So America’s Quarterback, Pro Bowler Jameis Winston, claimed his knee was fine last week after he got belted in the Thursday night nightmare against Atlanta, despite heavily limping off the field and laying on the trainer’s table behind the bench.

Jameis swore his knee was “great,” and even did a tap dance with his wingtip shoes for reporters after the game to prove it.

Today in his weekly presser, Jameis began with a huge smile saying his knee was “great.”

Today’s injury report released by the Bucs suggests that may not totally be the case.

Jameis, along with seven other teammates, was listed on the injury report. Jameis did fully participate in practice but is listed with a knee injury.

Yes, running back Doug Martin practiced, but was limited.

You can see the full report here.

28 Responses to “Jameis Winds Up On Injury Report”

  1. Tom Edrington Says:

    It’s not how bad it is now……what happens if it takes another good hit??

  2. shouldhavedraftedefiert Says:

    you called it Joe.

  3. Kobe Faker Says:

    Damn shep not looking good for sunday

    I guess huff wont be active and play sunday? He is quick as a bullet and can run after catch

  4. RumRunner Says:

    Huff is on the practice squad

  5. GhostofSchiano Says:

    start glennon, why risk the future.

  6. Louis Friend Says:

    The season is already shot with this defense. It doesn’t matter who plays on offense since we’ll be giving Jay Cutler all day to throw to 2 pretty good receivers.

    Play Jameis or not, they’re going to lose again.

  7. DB55 Says:

    That’s cuz Jameis isn’t a complete possy like others on the team.

  8. Erik w/ Clean Athletics 'The Kwon Alexander of Bucs Fans' Says:

    Mind over matter only works to a certain degree, but I love his fighting spirit/heart of a champion.

  9. cmurda Says:

    Much like my fantasy team, the playoffs are not happening. The way we have played, we would be overachieving to go 8-8. I always have lofty expectations before the season starts and I get humbled by reality. Reality is we are not a good football team. We have a quarterback that I am confident in ( I hope his injury will become a distant memory), we have a special WR in M.E. Our LB’s are starting caliber but I wouldn’t call them great. There’s McCoy who is a talent regardless of how many Buc fans want to hate on him, we have a rookie CB that I believe is quality but after that we really don’t have any significant talent. This team has a long way to go and I just can’t give Lich the free pass that many of you want to give him. Almost all of his FA acquisitions have failed and the drafts have been no better than average. The last one was highlighted by one of the stupidest moves in GM history. I hold him accountable. If anybody, I give Dirk a pass in his first year but just because us Buc fans have endured pure feces on the football field for a decade doesn’t mean we should lower our expectations or accept annual failure.

  10. R.O. Says:

    You want the team fined for not listing him?

  11. SB with Jameis Says:

    Hey MG8 threw for 10/11 1 TD to 0 Ints in relief of Jameis so……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

  12. SOEbuc Says:

    Jason Licht might not bring in big names in FA but he sure knows how to bring in the guys off the street and UDFA. Jaq. Smith, Jaquizz, Humphries, Brate. He can’t help it if these guys get hurt. Seems like he knows how to spot talent he just needs to know when to spend big bucks on big names with talent in the offseason. If the Glazers let him I think that might happen this year with the kinda money we’re gonna have.

  13. Louis Friend Says:

    R.O. – I’m sure the team being fined is the last thing they’d want. What a great medical staff and trainers to make sure they’re so well taken care of AFTER they get injured. Too bad they suck at keeping them from being hurt in the first place. Fire them all just in case there’s a rotten apple in the bunch, because there’s something weird about all the muscle tears and tweaks this team deals with.

  14. SOEbuc Says:

    ^that was for you cmurda^

  15. cmurda Says:

    Meh. The draft has been up and down with Licht. His FA signings have been awful. Michael Johnson, Josh McCown, Verner & Anthony Collins. I shouldn’t have to continue. I threw up after typing Collins.

    Draft. Best move was Ali Marpet. That was a gutsy move that I really respect. I loved it then and I still love it now. The logic defying move of trading up to draft a kicker (I can’t even bear to mention his name) was not gutsy, it was stupid.

    There have been too many ups and downs in the draft. Some of the ones that we think were great like Kwon may not turn out the way. I think Kwon was a great talent but the kid is also often out of his gap assignment and misses several tackles. Nothing extraordinary in coverage.

    This team isn’t built to win right now which makes drafting a kicker in any round stupid. I have a tough time forgetting that ridiculous move. Vernon and Noah Spence have potential but the remaining picks look like they will be of little value to us.

    The fact is to this point, Licht hasn’t really improved this team since he took over in 2014. I’m pulling for him but I’m going to call a spade a spade.

  16. LakeLandBuc Says:

    The Yucs are 11-29 with Jason Licht as GM. I shouldn’t have to say no more.

  17. Buc1987 Says:

    Jameis WILL start against the Bears.

    Thee end.

  18. Mike Johnson Says:

    Jameis’s youth and strength is keeping him on the field for now. But when he does go down…and he will. Its gonna be hard..real hard. He’s taking to many big hits. Its just a matter of time.

  19. SB with Jameis Says:

    LakeLandBuc Says:
    November 9th, 2016 at 8:45 pm
    The Yucs are 11-29 with Jason Licht as GM. I shouldn’t have to say no more.
    No, you need to research the Culverhouse years. That is what is happening since Malcom has died

  20. SB with Jameis Says:

    Buc1987 Says:
    November 9th, 2016 at 8:54 pm
    Jameis WILL start against the Bears.

    Thee end.
    But will he finish ? That is usually what he does best.

  21. FLBoyInDallas Says:

    I hope the NFC South’s (fourth best) QB, Pro Bowl Alternate, Jameis Winston is ready to play Sunday for the sake of this team. Mike Glennon might look decent in very short stints but we all know he sucks when the whole thing is on his shoulders. He’s just not a starting NFL QB, and that’s just the way it is. Glad to have him as a backup though.

  22. richbucsfan Says:

    The season’s lost, but in subs to see what they offer. Perhaps they will impress some other team’s GM and will be trade bait. The Bucs will be a perennial loser so no need to pressure Winston to rush back.

  23. Jimmy T Says:

    I often hear you on radio saying out drafts with Jason Licht have been good. Jameis Winston and Mike Evans do not count as draft GEMS Joe. Any GM picking that high in successive drafts would ha e made those choices. So other than KWON , and do not throw Ali Marpet in there because Jason again unnecessarily traded back into the 2nd round to get a guard that would ha e been available in round 4 or 5. What happened to Kadeem Edwards? How bout ASJ, another failed 2nd round pick? Charles Sims? We now know he will NEVER be a starting tailback. Also how do you go into a season with basically only the defense to improve and you still ha e the two safeties that you had last year on arguably the worst defense ever? Jason is 100 percent accountable and it is sad to watch embarrassing performances on national TV where a no talent defense quits!
    Jimmy, Jason Licht’s drafts have been “good” or better when you compare them to the rest of the league during that 3-year period. Joe still considers the 2015 draft to be an historic grand slam. Yes, Joe believes completely in Donovan Smith and Marpet.-Joe

  24. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    As much as I think he should rest this week…I also think he should play. It would send a certain statement to the rest of the players to toughen up and team comes first.

    The message he would present might be worth the risk. Even if he gets injured worse (and put on IR), the players would see him put everything on the field.

    Big example.

  25. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    Jimmy T Says:
    “Jameis Winston and Mike Evans do not count as draft GEMS Joe. Any GM picking that high in successive drafts would ha e made those choices.”

    Not a huge Jason fan, but that’s total bullspit.

    You don’t eliminate picks from counting simply because they “might” have been easy picks. Mike Evans certainly was not, as many fans wanted Carr at the time. OR an OL guy. And Licht could have gone the way of Mariota. Koetter has experience coaching up both pocket passers and mobile QBs.

    So sorry, Jimmy. You are 100% wrong.

    In fact, before the second round pick of a kicker, EVERYONE HERE felt Licht was great in drafting. One pick does not change that.

  26. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    richbucsfan Says
    “The season’s lost…”

    I disagree.

    Look, I understand that there was an element of Tampa fans that wanted us to make the playoffs and made predictions ranging from 9 to 11 wins, but there was also an element of fans that understood you cannot fix a neglected defense in one off season, that even if the picks were great, it might take a year for those players to develop.

    So our expectations were more tempered by wisdom. Sure, not one of us would have been sad over an 11 win season…or even an 8 win season (still possible), but winning wasn’t the most important thing to us.

    Development was. Now, I know there are some among us that say “don’t give me that development crap!”

    Those people are short-sighted. Let’s say, for example, that things are rushed by bringing in good free agents and the team goes to the playoffs. One and done. The next year, those FAs are older, more likely to be injured or have moved on for more money. The Bucs are back in the basement and we get more years of that. All because we were willing to settle for one year of the playoffs.

    However, now let’s consider the other scenario. We show some patience, even though we’ve been forced to put up with years of bad coaching. But guess what? Raheem has nothing to do with Koetter. Schiano has nothing to do with Koetter. Dominick has nothing to do with Licht.

    We cannot blame those other years on the current staff. They are not responsible. However, those years did indeed happen, and that means the current staff must dig the team out of that hole.

    I, personally, will not be satisfied with a trip to the playoffs, only to lose in the first game, and then sink back into oblivion. I want to see this team win consistently for a decade or more, and the ONLY way to do that is by draft and development. Free agency and trading have uses, but the drafting and development is the most powerful tool to building a lasting contender, and development NEVER happens in 1 year, much less two.

    That’s why it is well established that you never know if a player is a bust until 3 years into their career. That player might surprise everyone. McCoy is a prime example.

  27. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    The season isn’t over. It’s just becoming more clear that this is, and always was, a developmental year.

    So, as fans, we must decide if witnessing the steady development of potential future hall of famers is worth our time.

    If you could go back in time and watch the detailed development of and players you wanted from the past, would it be worth it? I think yes.

    Here, we have that opportunity that many may envy later.

  28. Bucwylde Says:

    Very well said Bonzai.