Dream Time

April 5th, 2018

The charitable foundation of America’s Quarterback, Jameis Winston, has been busy making things better for Tampa Bay area kids.

Enjoy this video that includes Jameis and plenty on the Dream Room he opened in a Tampa elementary school.

28 Responses to “Dream Time”

  1. NFLNut Says:

    Jameis is an amazing young man and what ALL young QB’s should strive to be like … any Bucs fan that bashes Winston is a loon.

  2. @SarasotaJay Says:

    Great job Jameis!

  3. lambchop Says:


    Let’s not get emotional and carried away. These are things his agent, the Bucs, and his PR people tell him to go out and do. How he represents himself when the camera’s are on are not as important as how he represents himself when they’re off.

    I’m not bashing him, just not drinking the kool-aid till I see some real progress. There are young QBs like Deshaun Watson that are probably more deserving of praise.

  4. 813bucboi Says:

    THATS MY QB!!!!!!!!

    #NOEXCUSESIN2018!!!!!!….GO BUCS!!!!!

  5. Lord Cornelius Says:


  6. webster Says:

    Lambchop you are 100% incorrect. If you would have educated yourself instead of believing the smear campaign the media put on this guy prior to the draft, you would have known all of the good he was doing before he was drafted. It is HIS foundation genius. He is not there representining the bucs organization. He was there with his dream forever foundation. The bucs just like all organization encourage players to be envolved in the community, but they dont tell them what to do. So when a player takes kids shopping, its not the organization telling said player to take less fortunate kids shopping. Those ideas come from the players. If you would educate yourself, you would have known of the stories of jameis playing football with random kids in the neighborhoods before he was drafted. Jameis has done nothing wrong since he has been in the league but you still want to look at him cross eyed. Well go ahead and wait for his down fall but i can guarantee you will be waiting forever. Jameis is genuine and people love being around him. He makes everyone feel important and thats why his teammates love him and those who are not blind and clueless love him too.

  7. Grt1 Says:

    Wow man if you can watch that and not come out inspired and proud to have that young man in our community . Something is seriously wrong with you. Keep it up Jameis people on this site will quickly forget you when you’re done playing ball but those lives you help on your journey will not. Fire the cannons!!!!!

  8. AfroBuc Says:

    Good job Jaboo! Keep doing what you’re doing.

  9. Buc4life Says:

    Thank you Webster! I’m not saying Jameis is a saint, but he has been doing things in schools since he was a freshman at FSU. It’s not about the cameras or fame. Get to know about your QB before believing the FAKE NEWS haters try to smear him with.

  10. Ga. Buc fan 42years Says:

    One word Awesome !!

  11. Mikadeemas Says:

    Jeez, some people. I’m sure if he WASN’T doing these types of things, you’d be b!tchin about that. I’m not emotional unless respect is an emotion. The kid seem genuine and passionate about working with kids. GO Jameis and GO BUCS!!

  12. NFLNut Says:

    Lambchop … you have literally no idea what you’re talking about.

  13. cgmaster Says:

    Lambchop with your typical uneducated internet stupidity for the day.

  14. Seminole Bill Says:

    Watch the tape. The expression on Jameis’ is real, not something his agent put together. Nice job, Jameis.

  15. lambchop Says:

    LMAO, I do know that the NFL and Bucs are involved in his endeavors because the NFL is a litigious bunch who would never let Bucs colors, logos, uniforms, etc onto anything out of their control. These guys can’t even wear their own jerseys in commercials unless the NFL is involved, sanctions it, or gets their cut.

    Whatever may be the case about what he does in the community, his reputation which includes a very VERY recent scandalous involvement with an Uber driver tells me Winston doesn’t deserve any more attention than a player like Deshaun Watson. I’m not saying he’s guilty, but there’s no smoke without fire on repeat offenses.

    Thanks for the name calling though.

  16. lambchop Says:

    BTW, it’s not fake news and a smear campaign when the guy walks out of a publix with crab legs without paying and is being investigated for sexual assault on an uber driver. If I’m not mistaken, he had something similar at FSU with a female where the University paid the woman $950,000. The media in Florida is going to smear his character? He’s a Heisman winner, a NCS winner for the State of Florida. There is no smoke without fire. Let’s assume he’s innocent in ALL cases. Why don’t we hear the same allegations against all players? Some people manage to stay away from trouble.

    You guys are homers. Accountability doesn’t seem to register with people when someone offsets a wrong with a right. I don’t buy that.

  17. Buc4life Says:


    Read a little bit into those subjects you brought up at FSU if you still believe Mrs Kinsman hit me up i have some beautiful waterfront land under the indian rocks bridge for sale

  18. Buc4life Says:

    Unfortunately people don’t pop out of the womb poor and know instantly they will be targets when they are rich and famous…that they shouldn’t take free crablegs that a fan gave them…that they shouldn’t have sex with an attractive female that approached them at a bar on their first winter break out of the house…hopefully Jameis has learned from these and the completely bizarre Uber story that he isn’t like a normal person and has to take some precautions

  19. Pryda ...sec147 Says:

    I love Jameis I want him to turn the corner I want the NFL to tell us they concluded their investigation and say nothing happened no suspension. I think we are going to do great this year going to be fun.

  20. lambchop Says:


    If you or I had been accused of sexual assault at a University, what is the chance the University would pay off our accuser to the tune of $950,000? Fat chance in hell. He has had some privileges along with being “targeted”. My point is, trouble seems to find him. It doesn’t happen to every rich athlete. Your defense that he’s unfortunately targeted is still a lame excuse.

  21. NFLNut Says:

    ^ Idiotic. The university paid Kinsman a paltry fee to avoid a civil suit … happens all the time.

    HOWEVER when Kinsman went after Jameis civilly he COUNTERSUED HER … and she ended up dropping her case … THAT is the action of an innocent man and not at all like most athletes (Kobe, Roethlisberger, etc.).

    As for Deshaun Watson … no one here cares what he’s doing basically … he needs to get healthy … so why bring him up?

  22. NFLNut Says:

    BTW Lambchop …. you do know there have been many people in this country who have been convicted and spent years in prison for crimes they never committed, right? Don’t give me the “where there’s smoke, there’s fire nonsense” … as for Jameis, he has NEVER even been charged with a crime, let alone convicted … plenty of NFL players have been … take your nonsense elsewhere.

  23. lambchop Says:


    You must be a FSU homer. If he’s convicted or not who cares. I’m talking about the number of incidents he has to his name. My whole point originally was that there are much better examples of athletes who don’t get mixed up in any kind of BS and those are the players who should be lauded. Not your home town boy just cuz he plays for your team.

    Again, the University would not pay off an accuser if it wasn’t a high profile student who was being accused, so he’s privileged in that sense to have the financial backing of the University which would not be afforded to other students.

    It’s pretty simple really if you could stop sniffing the jock strap a little.

  24. lambchop Says:

    Anyway, let’s see how the Uber incident plays out. I’m not sure there is a way to prove who was sitting in the front seat so it’s really going to just go up in smoke unless there was some kind of video surveillance at the fast food joint. And that itself doesn’t prove his guilt even if it shows he was sitting in the front. I don’t see any way for them to prove there was an assault. But, it would prove who was sitting in the front and if it’s Winston – people are going to want an explanation for why he lied about it.

    You can idol worship Jameis all you want. I won’t. I prefer players who walk the talk. Joe, Ira, and Jason were recently talking on their podcast about the cloud that hangs over Ronald Darby. I feel the same exact thing about Jameis Winston. He may not be a bad guy, but there’s enough doubt surrounding him. You can’t deny his antics in games with the poking of Lattimore and shoving Shelton Quarles aside to berate a ref. Things just don’t add up. He is immature.

  25. Buc_The_World Says:

    Lambchop what the hell are you talking about? I find it interesting how you are quick to point out the things from Jameis’s past that were negative but refuse to give him credit for the positive things. Jason Licht has said time again that Jameis does stuff and he doesn’t want it publicized You just want to hate the guy, it’s obvious. First of all the he was exonerated from the sexual assault case after 3 investigations, why are you and others still bringing that up. Obviously none of you read the transcripts or details of because if you had you would know Jameis is innocent. He explained the crab leg hookup and how the guy was new and didn’t know about it, so he took the L instead of ratting the guy out. I had a hook up at burger king on MacDill AFB back in the day and I used to get free food all the time, does that make me a bad person? Jumping on a table a repeating a meme, let’s lock him up for that, he is a bad person, right? Nobody every did that in college right? So let’s see what has he done in his NFL career? Outside of a poor choice of words, and the saint’s incident what do you really have? Enlighten me? This uber thing is still yet to be determined, but I believe once the truth comes out Jameis will be exonerated and you will find another reason to hate him. You crack me up, so anybody that supports Jameis is idolizing him. It sounds even more stupid every time i read it.

  26. NFLNut Says:


    I’m NOT an FSU fan at all … never have been.

    Your comments are ludicrous and you refuse to even hear what I’m saying … it’s childish.

    As for “other players” … any player that does good in their community deserves to be lauded, no matter their past …

  27. NFLNut Says:



    Universities pay off accusers ALL THE TIME … it makes no difference if the accusation is aimed at a famous athlete or not, what matters is if the university thinks it makes more sense to pay off the accuser than go through with a public trial.

    And as for Jameis being “immature” … even if true, SO WHAT? Tom Brady berates refs, headbutted an opponent, berates his own coaches and officials, and dumped his baby mama to go with a super model … he must also be immature and unworthy of ever being lauded for doing anything in his community …. stupid.


  28. lambchop Says:

    You guys are forced to make excuses for Jameis. Pretty funny. Tom Brady is an asshat on the field sometimes. Not so much off the field. And if you’re really going to compare him dumping his baby momma for a model to sexual assault allegations then try not to hurt yourself reaching for that excuse.

    If he can stop the immaturity on the field, get away from drama off the field, and win then I have no problem with his past. Unfortunately, the past, whether you like it or not, is a barometer of the future unless you see some real change. And judging by the on field antics last season and the new allegations, I don’t owe him the benefit of the doubt just yet.

    It takes one mistake to lose trust and an eternity to gain it back.

    BTW, I never got up on a table on campus and yelled out profanities or memes, never got accused of sexual assault multiple times, or whatever – it’s really not that hard to act mature.

    You can’t donate a room for needy children and expect your sexual assault case to disappear magically. I would have more respect if he conducted himself on the field with poise and had bad luck with gold diggers off of it. But, his on field and alleged off field issues seem to tell one story.

    But, let’s make excuses. It’s easier.