“We Can’t Win With OK”

August 5th, 2019

In past years, a “mic’d up” segment featuring America’s Quarterback, Jameis Winston, would have been great theater, a virtual celebration of fiery passion.

Things have changed.

Whether it’s Jameis or the video editing team at One Buc Palace, Joe can’t be sure who is responsible for the presentation of a less exuberant Jameis.

Regardless, you can watch it below:

Jameis is shown as coach, leader and listener.

Also, it’s not a long glimpse, but there’s more evidence here of right guard Alex Cappa finishing plays, which has been a common theme for him in training camp. Cappa may not be special, but Joe suspects he’ll never become a loafer.

37 Responses to ““We Can’t Win With OK””

  1. BucAllNight Says:

    That’s the way to lead Jaboo…. Lead us right to 11-5 and FIRST ROUND BYE!!

    Go BUCS!!!

  2. El Buco Realisto Says:

    Creative editing indeed!!!!!!!! That was about as “real” as all the scripted reality tv shows!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Cannot wait until the sheep and local media run out of excuses!!!!!!!!!!!! New Gm and New QB in 2020!!!!!!!!!!!!!! How long???? Not Long!!!!!!! Because what they reap, is what the sow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    2019 will reveal answers to the sheep, that the “real” fans already know!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. tmaxcon Says:


    I am going to hire Adrian Clayborn to watch the superbowl with you when Jameis leads the belicheats to back to back superbowls. Jameis will be fine once he escapes the blackhole….

  4. LordCornelius Says:

    If Cappa can be a below average RG, it’d be a huge upgrade over worst RG in the league which is what the situation was in 2018.

    Also not like Jameis isn’t fired up at all here. He does need to calm down in general so I hope this isn’t just creative editing lol


  5. tmaxcon Says:


    that bum of a RT makes last years RG look like an All Pro so why are you giving that bum a free pass and picking on the young guy

  6. Reach87 Says:

    Nice video. Good stuff. Working through the process. Go Bucs!

  7. Kobe Faker Says:

    “Corn is right

    We need a calm, still, composed leader who can take the team and deliver in crunch time end of the game

    We need a Joe Montona not Flavor Flav”

    Kobe Faker

  8. ir8oldman Says:

    Nice nod to Rage against the Machine, other than than I wasted those precious seconds of my life.. the only thing real is your infatuation with exclamation points.

  9. DooshLaRue Says:

    At least it ain’t Gummy93 telling us not to make him laugh.

  10. webster Says:

    Good lord how many times have jameis given the bucs the lead with 2-3 minutes to go only to have the defense give up the booty? A bunch of times. That is crunch time. I guess some expect him to score when its 20 seconds remaining and the offense is starting on the 25 yard line smdh

  11. JA Says:

    I can see the empty skulled polar negatives have tried, once again, to release their cache of vitriol on their tranquil opposites in another attempt to gain access into our world. I’m sorry that your synaptic gaps are too wide for repair, but there is hope—a Band-Aid so to speak … I hear they are doing amazing things with mice and electric brain stimulation. Since they (mice) are your bothers, take a number. I’m sure after a few gigawatts have lit you up like a Christmas tree you’ll be a fun-loving Bucs fan again in no time.
    Only one rule for this endeavor. To partake in this shock therapy, all loved ones must be left at home, especially sheep.

  12. Alanbucsfan Says:

    I’d feel better about Jameis if he wouldn’t cheerlead- just occasionally sht talk and crack on players – he needs to focus on his game, not contrived leading.

  13. K2 Says:

    Ok, I understand the frustration…all Bucs fans do. However, some so called fans need to be fired and replaced by those would like the team to do well. Or we could follow the stellar advice and fire GMs, coaches, players, cheerleaders, cooks, and of course the janitors until the Bucs have a winning season. A great plan if we would like to continue to lose…FOREVER!

  14. Pittsshore Says:

    Calm before the storm of turnovers from the ignorant clown.

  15. 76bucborn Says:

    I dont care what he does as long as he is helping this team win this year if not i hear tom brady will be a free agent next year lol noooooo

  16. AlteredEgo Say: Your comment is awaiting moderation. Says: Says:

    I can’t wait to tell all the Jamyth humpers they have been right…..2019 might be the might….I’ll be at the Arizona game to compare 2 1st overall QB’s…

  17. DooshLaRue Says:


    Absolutely agree with your take.
    I think it’s a nervous thing with Jamies and it becomes white noise after a while.
    Totally ineffective and possibly annoying.

    You don’t see Brady doing that, but you do see him get totally pissed occasionally and it damn sure works for him.

  18. BucEmUp Says:

    Hes growing up, we all did it at some point and many forget it takes some longer than others. This should be his best year if the oline can do ok. I am afraid leftwhich playcalling may be a bad thing. I have always stressed my belief in the importance of good play callers and coordinators. Arains did a really good job. Hopefull he is at peast helping scrpit the offensive game plans. If he is just strickyl delegating, its defeats the purpose of wanting him here. If this offense looks stagnant than you know why. I hope Bruce keeps his mic on at all times and takes over if things get ugly

  19. BucsFan727 Says:

    NFC South isnt going to know what hit them. Where crushing other teams dreams this year. Let me tell you real Bucs fans something. If they come here everyday hating. They are not Bucs fans. I dont care what they proclaim, there not. The so called fans that want us to loose. Long time trolls from another team is all.

  20. PriMech54 Says:

    Watch closely every time he interacts with someone in this video. He no longer is filling space with rah-rah energy because he feels like the guys need to hear something, anything from him. He’s actually very collected and has something specific he wants to communicate each time he speaks. This is a huge difference and imo shows the maturation process of simultaneously having your back against the wall/everyone gunning for your head and having your first child. He is more controlled even in the way he speaks. The staff believes in him greatly and openly want to provide safety blankets like a real defense and ground game to help him succeed. They know how to TEACH the game instead of worrying about “explosives”. If you can’t see it then you’re just negatively biased towards the kid and are actively rooting for him to fail because you think you’re right and can’t change your mind with new information. Pot calling the kettle black.

    Quarterbacks are not finished products at 25; neither are men. I believe the Bucs and Jameis will be a media darling this year due to a hot start led by some clean football by Winston as well as the lure of a redemption story.

    What will you do then?

  21. Mark Swygert Says:

    Just because I want the Bucs to succeed this year and not in some unknown and unpredictable future time with a different GM and QB doesn’t make me some kind of sheep. My loyalty isn’t to any individual player, coach or front office guy, my loyalty is to the franchise and to the Tampa Bay area. Sure, both Licht and Winston have made bone-headed mistakes. Who hasn’t? Have you ever heard of the word “redemption”? 2019 is a chance for Licht, and especially for Winston to redeem their careers, and because they are Buccaneers I am pulling for them and not against them. I question the loyalty of anybody who doesn’t. And by the way, if you think my patience with Winston is because of blind Noles faith, you can forget that. I’m UF class of “86.

  22. PriMech54 Says:

    @webster I believe there are 7 or 8 of those games in 2017 and 2018 alone. Even more over the duration of his 4 years. It’s a mind blowing stat, really. Buffalo comes to mind first. I’ll never forget Winston dropping 384/3tds and a passer rating of 112 all for Tyrod Taylor to rip the defense for 70 yards in 3 plays during the final 2 minutes or so.

    Or Green Bay with Brett Hundley at quarterback. A huge drive and a walk-in score by a nobody in overtime. Jameis was sacked 7 times that day.

    Or thursday night in Tampa against Tom Brady and Nick Folk leaves 10 points on the field in a game they lost by 5. Brady turned it over twice that day. Jameis had zero turnovers and over 300 yards.

    But you can’t tell these neurotic panic ridden cult leaders anything, especially if it involves using context. They hate that $h!+. I mean, I’m not saying Jameis is perfect and has been perfect, but he’s played well enough to win on many occasions and still took the L.

    Funny thing is, Bruce Arians’ teams have an impressive record in exactly these types of games.

  23. Marine Buc Says:

    I am hopeful Winston has matured. I haven’t seen win licking his fingers and speaking if eating W’s in a while… I’m just wondering when he will stop throwing the football from his knee with that big ass wind up that takes forever…

  24. Marine Buc Says:

    *him not win

  25. Cgmaster27 Says:

    @dooshlarue brady never talks like that? You must not have ever watched him play a game before. Hes always chattering and fired up. Once again the anti Jameis crew will find anything to bitch about.

  26. donuts Says:

    I liked the part when Winston makes the line call – get it wrong – Jensen turns and gives the WTF look then corrects himself. This is the time to clean that stuff up. Video was heavily edited with no WR look so tough to see accuracy. Footwork looked like it was better from what was shown; weakness of his QB play.

  27. Ship Thief Says:

    hahahahahaha tmax is so funny hahaha.
    It’s like watching someone trip over their own feet.
    It never stops being funny.

  28. Tye Says:

    True! Ok is not good enough…

    So just imagine this team’s next qb actually being an exciting one to watch and support… one Bucs fans can appreciate and be thrilled about at the level Jameis groupies are about him… But an actual winner of course!
    Hopefully one that is at the level of Brees and Ryan.. one that could win MVP and possibly a SB or two…

  29. Dapostman Says:

    The Jameis Winston redemption tour experience is starting Friday.

    Step aside Tiger Woods.

    Gonna be fun to see the names on Joebucsfan either change, disappear or eat crow.

  30. Fire the fans Says:

    Postman, I can’t wait to see it either. I hope they own it. I will if JW fails; but, I’m optimistic for this year

  31. Stanglassman Says:

    Don’t kid yourself they’ll never admit they were wrong about Jameis. I wish they’d at least realize going on a quest to find a better Qb may take another 10 20 or 30 years. They seem to think any Qb the Bucs choose in a future draft will be great. In reality usually a team will go though a 5-6 Qb picks until they find a really good one. The Jags never really found one. The Jets have been looking for years and finally hope they got one in Darnold. It took the Bucs 40 years and now they we finally got one they think it would be easy to just find one better.

  32. Buccaroo Says:

    This is it ..SHOWTIME!

  33. Louis Friend Says:

    Most of you sad sack commenters keep vomiting the same goo over and over again. What, you think you’ve got some secret insight on Winston that no one else has? Get a life.

  34. Morgus the Magnificent Says:

    You can see for yourselves that the men on this team are not very impressed with Winston’s cheer leading. And his repetitive “ya know what I’m sayin'”

    “America’s Quarterback” = fake news.

  35. D-Rome Says:

    Gonna be fun to see the names on Joebucsfan either change, disappear or eat crow.

    I will never change my username. The reason being is that this sad franchise has proven me right far more than they have proven me wrong.

    I hope Jay-Miss proves me wrong, but I don’t think he will. The reason question is whether or not we’ll see you posting on JBF if he fails.

  36. Dapostman Says:

    @D Rome,

    I’ll be here no matter who the QB is and as always I’ll be optimist that whoever that is becomes a better person and a better player. Right now that person is Jameis Winston. Question is how far off the deep end are you going to go once he signs a long term deal? I will be serving you your daily crow if that happens.

  37. delson Says:

    I like the humble jameis. Makes me feel like he’s mature enough to lead. The eat a w shenanigans jameis was uncomfortable and embarrassing to watch.

    Also Tom brady has earned the right to be a lil cocky and mouthy. If he hasnt then I don’t know who has.