Jameis Your New Record Holder

December 2nd, 2018

No longer your Bucs leader in TD passes.

History was made today. And it will hack off a lot of Bucs fans if it hasn’t already.

America’s Quarterback, Pro Bowler Jameis Winston became the all-time Bucs leader in touchdown passes with two throwing scores this afternoon. He now has 81 touchdowns to his name.

Jameis passed leaky, sleepy Josh Freeman, who had 80 touchdown passes in his Bucs career.

Adam Humphries’ three-yard catch from Jameis tied the record in the first quarter and later in the second quarter, when Jameis scrambled right and found Chris Godwin in the back of the end zone for a 13-yard touchdown pass, the record was broken.

So yeah, the Bucs should run off the franchise leader in touchdowns because… because… because… Ryan Tannehill?

41 Responses to “Jameis Your New Record Holder”

  1. TheBucsAnthem Says:

    Jfree…………….you such a smoooooooooth brutha!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Jameis will be fine…..let’s fix the Defense…..run blocking…..I think we may have fixed the kicker.

    Let’s beat the Saints and spoil the Cowboys’ hopes of playoffs…..

  3. Alaskan Abdominal Snowman Says:

    I thought we were in the race for Chase (Daniels) ? A guy can dream.

    In all seriousness, congrats to our Franchise QB, America’s Quarterback, Pro Bowler, Visor Wearing Jameis Winston!!

  4. Howard Cosell Says:

    Howard doesn’t have a Winston fathead in his bedroom like the Joes do but he still thinks Winston is pretty cool. If anything the kid is resilient

  5. Rick Says:

    As long as he can protect the football, and he has the last two weeks. It is insane to consider cutting him. He is 24 freaking years old! This man should be wearing a Bucs uniform for the next 10 years! Go Bucs!

  6. Buc believer Says:

    And THIS aid the guy that a very vocal MINORITY of fans (a lot on this site) and also a few local morning show hosts on the local sports talk station wanted to get rid of!!! I have something to ask them???? HOW DOES THAT TASTE???? LMAO at you F….ing morons!!

  7. Wesley Says:

    Admit it haters Jameis looked good.

  8. Bobby M. Says:

    More impressed with no turnovers two games in a row that has lead to two wins in a row. Hoping it carries on to three games.

  9. Not there yet Says:

    I can see us being in the Sean Payton’s head about that week one beat down. At home I can see an upset if Winston can play efficiently and we’re not down early but the cowboys? That d line against the cream puffs we have? I can also see their o line pushing us all over the field in the run game. Have to admit I’m impressed with the win but I would have been more open to talk playoffs if they hadn’t lost to the giants. No one has any business in the playoffs if your losing to a team like that at full strength.

  10. Buc407 Says:

    He looks great when he doesn’t force it Good job Winston keep it up

  11. JimmyJack Says:

    Say whatever you want about Winston but it ain’t nothing a little winning can’t fix.

    If he keeps it up pretty soon we can actually expect it!!!!

    GO BUCS!!!!!

  12. Robert Says:

    I went to watch and have lunch. Simply looking for crabman to get ktfo

    Left after I finished my lunch. Defense looks energetic.

    Crabman Lol

    Goin after that 20 mill with a following of low life suckers. Lol

  13. RyJo Says:

    Damn Joe, breaking out the full symphony and freaking CANNONS! I like your style!

  14. SOEbuc Says:

    Get ready for it folks…Jameis has started to make the smart decisions and using his feet that helped him win a heisman. Finally looking like we’re about to get our franchise QB we’ve been waiting for for four years! I know defense has been awful all year until today but I think O-line may be #1 priority. Think of how much better PB could be and how much more time Jameis would be able to make the right decision. All we need after that is a HC and OC that can put together plays that will get us in the end zone. Duff can prove himself for DC if he can run today’s press defense and succeed the rest of the year.

  15. Dewey Selmon Says:

    With the games missed Jameis has done it in a little more than 3 seasons.

  16. Loyaltotheend Says:

    With as putrid as the Bucs offensive history is breaking any team records is virtually meaningless and this comes from someone who has had Jameis’s back since he was drafted

  17. Alvin Scissors Harper Says:

    I guess that stat is all you need to know. A 4th year QB has the all time record for TD passes for this franchise. It’s a Bucs life!

  18. Bucsfan77 Says:

    Hmm Mike McCarthy for HC? Never thought he would be available

  19. Bucsfan77 Says:

    MIke McCarthy fit HC? Never thought he’d be available

  20. Bucsfan77 Says:

    Mike McCarthy for hC.

  21. Curse of Gruden Says:

    Joe, love that picture.

  22. bkgrime Says:

    Visor Jameis is the Jameis we all need

  23. Tvan1011 Says:

    It is not like it was a high number and I am willing to give the guy a chance. But 81 for the record shows more the bucs ineptitude at qb than the greatness of winston.

  24. Greg Says:

    Robert, wish someone would ktfo of you, your Jameis hatred is getting old, go away troll.

  25. Rod Munch Says:

    Poor Josh Freeman, driven to a life of drugs because Schiano wouldn’t stop calling him fatso.

    Anywho if anyone knows what exactly Josh took to drop about 60lbs and get a 6 pack in one offseason, please let me know.

    God bless.

  26. JTHV Says:

    At 208 passing yards today, Jameis also became the Bucs all time passing yards record holder …. but NOBODY is talking about that Joe!

  27. Rod Munch Says:

    JTHV – You got some bad info, Vinny is still over 1000 yards ahead of him. Obviously Winston will pass Vinny there, but it didn’t happen today.

  28. T REX Says:

    Where does he rank for turnovers? Top 5?

    Here we go…two WHOLE games without a turnover in meaningless games and now he’s Tom Brady. LOL.

  29. BUC IT Says:

    Jameis has started to play great ever since he took that stupid glove off his throwing hand!

  30. Rod Munch Says:

    T REX – Well stupid if Winston is #1 in TD passes and #2 in passing yards, then you’d literally expect him to be near the top of the INT list since that means he has thrown the ball a lot. But guess what stupid, he’s not top 5.

    Anywho dummy here’s a fun fact, out of the top 10 QBs in team history in terms of yards, Winston has the 3rd lowest INT rate.

  31. ghost Says:

    winston doesnt turn the ball over, and we win.

    what a concept

  32. BucsBandit Says:

    JAMEIS SUCKS. Nothing has changed.

  33. Dapostman Says:


    The Bucs won because they gave up 9 pts last week and 17 pts this week.

    NFL average is 24 pts. Play average or better and chances are the Bucs with Winston will win. There is your concept.

  34. Deez Bucs Says:

    He will retire with 300-400 when it’s said and done. And maybe like 1,000 INTs lol

    congrats JW, keep grinding!

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  36. Dreambig Says:

    Winston is not out of the dog house just yet. The Bucs are going to finish another season missing the playoffs somewhere around the 500 mark. Jameis is a big part of that. Who knows where we could be if he didn’t blow up the first part of the season with his suspension and then horrible play. He is not out of the dog house until he wins more than he loses and plays intelligently in a big, high pressure game. Until then, the Bucs better ensure they have other quality QBs on the roster they have confidence in because at this point Jameis is still unreliable until proven otherwise.

  37. Geno Says:

    Congrats to Jameis.

  38. Bucsfanman Says:

    Just couldn’t leave it alone, eh Joe?! Should’ve stopped typing before the last sentence.
    Isn’t Jameis also tied with Blake Bortles for most turnovers since entering the league?!
    You make people type that crap because of that last sentence. Jameis has had a good COUPLE of games. Leave it at that.

  39. D-Rome Says:

    So yeah, the Bucs should run off the franchise leader in touchdowns because… because… because… Ryan Tannehill?

    The Bucs ran off the previous franchise leader in TD passes. The Bucs also ran off the winningest coach in franchise history. Records on this team are meaningless. It would be different if talking about the record for least amount of turnovers for a season. His interception percentage is still a ghastly 4.7%.

    When the offenses across the NFL are inflated, the quarterback position needs to be evaluated differently. Records are not a way to evaluate a player.

  40. Notabucsfan Says:

    It is so fitting that the worst franchise in the history of pro franchises also has the worst, stupidest fans. What in the hell make any of you think he WANTS to stay with the bucs. The 30k attendance or the fact that the majority of them boo’d him when he got sacked or threw an incompletion . He will be gone after next season leading a real team to the playoffs and you will still be the bucs, probably with Blake Bortles as your new qb.

  41. Brandon Says:

    D-Rome Says:
    December 3rd, 2018 at 10:22 am

    When the offenses across the NFL are inflated, the quarterback position needs to be evaluated differently. Records are not a way to evaluate a player.


    You have to use a metric to compare players vs the average stats for that particular season. It’s like using an average player’s stats from today against a good player’s stats from the 70’s. The average guy would be a monster putting up numbers in that era. But then you take a guy like Troy Aikman, who had a lifetime QB rating of 81.6 and see that the average QB rating for his time was about 78 and then see guys from the same organization like Roger Staubach who had a lifetime rating of nearly 100 during an era when QB ratings were like 70… anyways, people use stats to prove points but then criticize them when they don’t support their points.

    I like stats but you have to use them when comparing player performance of one year vs the league average for that season. Like the QB rating against the 2002 Bucs was a ridiculously low 48.4 when the league average was 80.4. Far more impressive than other defenses that claim superiority like the 85 Bears (51.2 vs 73.5), 2000 Ravens (72.7 vs 78.1), and 2013 Seahawks (63.4 vs 86.0). Based on these stats, it is very easy to prove that there has been no defense ever harder to throw against than the 02 Bucs and it’s not even close.