Reflective Jameis

June 13th, 2017

Thinking jewelry.

Man, when Jameis hangs around greats, look out.

We all know how after his rookie season, America’s Quarterback, Pro Bowler Jameis Winston, was motivated by studying how Russell Wilson and Julio Jones carried themselves at the Pro Bowl in Hawaii.

That lit a fire under Jameis and he rededicated himself to slimming down and working out. We all saw what a difference that made.

Well, this past weekend, Jameis was part of Cam Newton’s kickball tournament in North Carolina to help raise funds for Newton’s foundation.  If you follow Jameis on social media, then you noticed he and his girlfriend hung out riding through town with Newton.

Jameis also rubbed elbows with the likes of Bo Jackson, Eddie George, Steve Smith and Randy Moss. Hell, Jameis was even jawing with the notorious Terrell Owens in the parking lot.

After hanging with some of the game’s greats, past and present, Jameis posted a reflective message on his Instagram account. It seems Jameis, again, has had a fire lit under him.

I’m thinking of a master plan… Gotta win some rings to look like Brady’s hand 🖐🏾

A post shared by Jameis Winston (@jaboowins3) on

Joe loves the drive Jameis has. Rings would be fantastic. But how about a playoff berth first, you know?

18 Responses to “Reflective Jameis”

  1. The Other Side of the Coin Says:

    Don’t think small. Thinking about rings will put the focus on the excellence required to get there.

  2. RayJameisStadium Says:

    Joe, Joe, Joe…. Playoff birth first????

    These are not the old Bucs. We look so great on paper the word playoffs is like air. You can’t touch it but you know it exists. The ability of a playoff apperance is a given. We are pass that Jose.

    Why are we ready for Minnesota in February?

    1. The off season nailed the coffin of doubt.
    2. New look on offense which benefits Winston’s performance
    3. Drafted defensive players offers more solid 34 look in addition to the 43 defense.
    4. We have Folk and Anger (the new return guy(s) might bring a satisfying surprise)
    5. We have the best defense in the NFC South = WINING THE DIVISION!
    6. Dallas and Atlanta are the ones worried about your NEW BUCCANEERS!!!!

    I am looking forward to Brady and company in the Super Bowl. There is a new sheriff in town, Baby!!! But don’t be surprise if Billycheat beats us during the season though. They will be just like Philly in 2002. When it counts most we will dominate.

    Koetter will be holding the Lombardi with the Glazers next to him in Minnesota!!!

    Go Bucs!!!

  3. webster Says:

    Joes take baby steps but jameis does not and im glad. Jameis does not play football for playoffs. He plays for rings period. All the greats play for rings. You never heard magic or rice or irvin talk about playoffs. It was always winning the ring. Thats all jameis talks about. Writers tried to jump on jameis at his combine when he said im not thinking about mariotta. Im thinking about playing against brady or manning in the superbowl next year. I love this attitude. Its the attitude of winners and that is something this team sorely needed. How many times do you remember mccoy or david talk about the superbowl? The team needed this.

  4. RayJameisStadium Says:

    OHHHH and how can I forget!!!!

    7. Stick Carriers showed up last year in Atlanta and San Diego. Stick Carriers will become as evident as the Cheese Heads. Someone needs to create a Bad A$$ STICK with the Buccaneer flag for the Stick Carriers at training camp! Come on Justin!!!! Thank you Hard Knocks!!!!!

  5. M0J0 Says:

    There’s no doubt Jameis has the desire to be great. He just has to keep putting in the work.

  6. tmaxcon Says:

    it’s a shame that Jameis had to come to the bucs at the time the team was 100% void of veteran leadership. The new bucs give us hope the holdover career losers gmc, lvd, martin and dotson give us reason to fear for the worst.

  7. Coach Says:

    The man says he wants rings and you tell him to slow down? #CmonMan

  8. Buc50 Says:

    The best thing he can learn from Cam is to pick up the fumble or be ridiculed.

  9. mark2001 Says:

    Joe is right….one step at a time. Certainly, SB is the goal. But we have had half a top tier season the second half of last year, so far. Certainly there is a lot of promise.. but remember…the other 31 teams aren’t sitting on their hands either. Let’s win the division and make the playoffs…then the rest will continue to unfold.

  10. mark2001 Says:

    The eye must be on each snap/ play, each series, each game. We play our best one each step and the rest will come. We play like we did on many of the plays in the first half of last season a good percentage of the time, and it won’t.

  11. dmatt Says:

    It’s the other way around. The best thing Cam can learn from Jboo is to pick up the fumble n win. That comes as second nature for Winston, win or lose he’s a head’s up true grit type of guy that give his all till the end, despite the outcome. Not many demonstrate those traits.

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

    RayJ you right,dez knows his secondary sucks and is trying to recruit an aging revis.

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

    Minneapolis or bust. Screw the playoffs.

  14. German Buc Says:

    I booked my flight to Minneapolis in February! I’ll be there when we beat the Pats!

  15. webster Says:

    @ mark2001

    Im talking greatness. I was taught to set your mark high and obviously jameis was too. Greatness tells robert kraft a day after you were drafted in the 6th round that you just made the best decision you have ever made. No, brady was not thinking playoffs, he was thinking rings. The greats get that. I understand if it is foreign to some of you, but it really is not hard to comprehend. The greats says damn what other teams have done, im trying to get a ring.

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

    That’s real talk webster.


    Check It… Take Jameis’ thought and put it to Eric B & Rakim’s PAID IN FULL.
    Smooth Joint from back in the day. Killer Bass Line.

  18. Brett Says:

    If Jameis was with the Jets, I could see the NY media derailing his career. Lucky no one is paying attention.