“Good, Bad Or Ugly He Goes To The Next Play”

November 10th, 2019

In this glorious win against the Cardinals today, Joe learned little about America’s Quarterback, Jameis Winston, and the looming Decision Jameis.

The game was sort of a microcosm of Jameis’ career.

Lotta fight. Big blunders. Big numbers. A lot of ability to bounce back within a game.

That latter quality was cheered by a drained Bucco Bruce Arians after today’s thrilling victory that saw Jameis throw two ugly interceptions and then finish with big numbers and a game-winning, 90-yard drive.

“Good, bad or ugly, he goes to the next play,” said Arians, adding that Jameis is maturing well as a professional in that area.

Jameis sure did find confidence after rough patches within the game. He threw some big-time darts, including a missile to Scotty Miller. Joe wouldn’t have been brave enough to throw Miller’s way after he dropped a touchdown.

Regardless, Jameis remains the most inconsistent starting quarterback in the NFL. This appears to be who he is.

Today, he’s cradling a well-earned “W,” and also savoring the fact he outran Kyler Murray.

Yes, the winning X-factor matters, so good for Jameis. How much it matters is a January question for Team Glazer.

99 Responses to ““Good, Bad Or Ugly He Goes To The Next Play””

  1. H8JWLveBucs Says:

    Does he have a choice lol lol

  2. tmaxcon Says:

    Free jameis playing in Tampa is a punishment not a privilege

  3. Tbbucs3 Says:

    Don’t want to hear anything about how the defense “stepped up”. Jameis still has to put up 30+ points for this team to maybe have a chance at winning and it’s a pathetic display for an “NFL” defense week in week out.

    Jameis played great today.

  4. TombsEN Says:

    Does Winston have his flaws, no doubt but I would much rather have a bestie rookie RT and then go RB and defense the rest of the draft in any order. The draft is a crapshoot and losers play for the draft.

  5. Bird Says:

    Another stupid article from obssessed joe
    Keep shining up that dog turd
    You really look horrible … Seems like you didn’t read what is written here.–Joe

  6. H8JWLveBucs Says:

    If you guys thinks he is a Super Bowl or playoff caliber QB please re think that.

  7. Zzbuc Says:

    No future with JW @ qb!!
    After 5 years this is what he is!!
    The question is how we replace him!!

  8. John.L Says:

    Tbbucs3 Says: Winston played far from great today!!

  9. Bird Says:


    Dude. I mean wow
    Yah. He was great. Go noles !

  10. H8JWLveBucs Says:

    5 years 5 f-ing years this dude is not that good why doesn’t onebucs place see that.

  11. Unimpressed Says:

    J-Miss wINTSon

  12. Jumanji Says:

    Despite the 2 INTs, Jameis definitely played great today. He even had some Oline issues (1 drive stopped because of a penalty and a sack on a 4 man rush). but despite that he was clutch in the last 5 mins of the game. I don’t really care how he plays from now on because whether he plays like crap or like the best QB in the NFL the team has had trouble winning games. I’ll take this game with Jameis’ performances over last game vs. Seattle everytime.

  13. Bobby M. Says:

    Winston’s issue is very simple…..he relies on arm strength. Good QBs throw to where the play is developing….Winston throws after the play has developed but launches a bazooka into a tight window. Unfortunately his accuracy is suspect and defenders watch his eyes. He makes fantastic throws at times….he also stares down receivers to the point multiple defenders are jumping the routes.

    One thing i dont understand is he has deceptive athleticism yet we never utilize it in the play calling. When he makes plays with his legs, its due to a total break down in the blocking or play design. On goal line, why not move him around and let him decide to run or pass? Barber had a good run but the defender was on him in the backfield and just whiffed…..everyone knows what’s coming. Winston has his limitations but the one thing he’s actually really good at, we’ve taken away from him no different then when we neutered Freeman from running.

  14. Clean House Says:

    Whole team played hard, congrats!

  15. Ndog Says:

    Some missed throws today for sure but some FANTASTIC throws as well. That’s what you get with a one dimensional offense. Great clutch plays today by the QB huge quick drives to end both the first half and the game. Jameis carried this team today, regardless of what anyone says. Give him credit he deserves it today period.

  16. ElBajito43 Says:

    I hate Jameis Winston

  17. geno711 Says:

    @Tbbucs3 Says:
    November 10th, 2019 at 5:00 pm

    Jameis still has to put up 30+ points for this team to maybe have a chance at winning…

    Offensive line, Rojo, the run defense, JPP, Shaq and Jamal Dean deserve the same amount of credit as Jameis. Fans who act like Jameis was the only Buc making plays just were not watching the game.

    Oh by the way, the defense had to play against short fields three times I think:
    1. Interception.
    2. Interception.
    3. Fake Punt.

  18. BucsBandit Says:

    Today’s game was the PERFECT example of how stats for Jameis Winston are very misleading.

    He played TERRIBLE for the majority of the game despite the big yardage stats.

  19. stpetebucsfan Says:

    “Jameis played great today.”

    How many points did JW leave on the field today with some of the worst touch displayed this season by any NFL QB on deep balls.

    At least three that I can remember…open…ME13…Perriman and then Logan on that wide open wheel route.

    Meanwhile even though the Logan play was a great call a great play design instead of assigning blame to JW let’s blame BL for calling a bad game….yeah that’s the ticket.

    Bobby M nailed and Spielman said as much during the broadcast.

    “Good QBs throw to where the play is developing….Winston throws after the play has developed but launches a bazooka into a tight window. Unfortunately his accuracy is suspect and defenders watch his eyes.”

    JW’s throws were frequently late allowing defenders to close on the ball..for picks or defensed passes.

  20. geno711 Says:

    @Ndog Says:
    November 10th, 2019 at 5:08 pm
    Jameis carried this team today, regardless of what anyone says.

    I say different see my comment above.

    @Ndog Says:
    November 10th, 2019 at 5:08 pm
    Give him credit he deserves it today period.

    I give him credit today. You need to give others on the team credit including Rojo and the offensive line.

  21. Ndog Says:

    How are his stats misleading we needed every yard to win! My goodness you are reaching bro. Wow desperate much, ha ha ha.

  22. Bucc941 Says:

    After reading most of the comments on different threads of this website, I have come to realize that today the Buccs won and most of y’all lost. Sad but true

    It’s a Buccs life

  23. EA Says:

    These pass interference calls are ruining the game.

  24. Ndog Says:

    Of course Rojo was awesome most of the first half but in the second half Jameis was literally ALL of our offense. We could not run at all in the second half. He carried this offense to this win, there is no debate about it. Put this team on his back and lead us to victory.

  25. 813bucboi Says:

    Perfect title


  26. BucFan81 Says:

    For the people that think Jameis played great today. Dude has 1TD pass and 2 interceptions. The defense gets put in bad position when this idiot turns the ball over inside are own 30 yard line. Don’t be stupid Jameis is the poor crappy version of Bret Favre and this team is not good enough in the back end to keep turning the damn ball over and hoping we get average Jameis one week rather than bad Jameis. Tine to move on and use that money to get some depth and starters in other places such as the O-line and on Defense.

  27. TombsEN Says:

    Bucc941 with the perfect comment!!! Seems like a lot of these losers are upset that the Bucs won….I bet their week is going to suck because they want to play for a better draft position when the draft is a crap shoot

  28. '79 Defense Says:

    I keep pulling for the guy. I hope he somehow earns his way to the new contract but time is running short.

  29. Athlete Says:

    Hey Bobby M,,,, you must not watch much football because EVERY quarterback stares down their receiver here or there. Same amount Jameis does.., please watch a Patriots game just so we are clear.

  30. Bucsfan951 Says:

    There’s npuppy. I’m sure his knee pads are already locked and loaded for Winston to swing by on his way home. Enjoy!

  31. stpetebucsfan Says:


    We threw for 358 and ran for 118 total…ROJO aside from that JW like fumble when nobody touched him…continues to improve…Barber played hard as usual and JW finally broke loose running.

    JW was mediocre today. He didn’t choke the game away but he hardly could take credit for the win overthrowing by horrid margins three wide open targets.

    Here’s a metaphor that will perhaps better explain at least my view…if your taking a class and score 3A’s 2D’s and an F…that’s three outstanding scores but an average of C.

    Average is average whether it’s all average games…or some incredibly good games mixed with incredibly bad games.

  32. Boltsfan17 Says:

    There’s no way he should come back. No way.

  33. Troy Says:

    I’m glad the Bucs won. I hope they win every game. I also hope we get a real QB. Winston cannot play in this league.

  34. Bucsfan951 Says:

    Is Winston allowed to audible out of a play? I see a stacked box and we run up the gut. I don’t get it. Is it that he is too stupid to get out of that play? Coaches not trusting him to audible? Coaches too stupid? All of the above? I don’t get it.

  35. lambchop Says:


    Yea, he looked great with all those inaccurate deep balls, questionable throws that could have been more picks, and his 2 INTs and some self-inflicted sacks shor holding onto the ball.

    Spielman was calling out the rookies in their 10th game, while you nut huggers make excuses in year 5.

    You and Ndog have no football IQ.

  36. Dan Says:

    Winston is an awful quarterback. How can the guy who leads the entire NFL in interceptions even be an option for a team in year 5!!! Year 5!!!!!!

  37. Jeffbuc Says:

    Some one said he played good today. What the things that make me so mad are the plays not in the box score that cost us drives. The horrible throw to wide open Logan in the second quarter. He had a clean pocket ole ty of time. Could have underthrown the ball 3 yards to guarantee a 20 yards catch. But overthrows it 7 yards we punt they score a touchdown. Plays like that all game errant throws on 3rd that stop drives. Add in the bone headed interceptions and it’s a recipe to be 6-10 every year. It’s the nfl you can’t miss guys who are wide open. On the first pick jones was running wide open across the middle easy 15 yard gain and a first down would have gotten more yards than if he completes it to Godwin. But no has to be a gunslinger and throw the most difficult pass.

  38. Wesley Says:

    He’s just not the guy. Stop kidding yourselves.

  39. Capt. Tim Says:

    3-7 record this year
    2 interceptions, 1 fumble
    QB rating 74.3

    We are wasting the best years of Mike Evans and Cameron Brate’s career-
    With a bad QB

    Every single damn year- it feels the same.
    We lose so many games, that we are out of the playoffs.
    Then we start winning meaningless games, to screw up the draft

    I guess it doesnt matter
    Some fans are happy with a bad QB, who cant win, but puts up great numbers.
    Guess thats all it takes.
    People are singing Winstons praises right now. He had his typical day
    Meybe a guy with a QB rating of 74.3 is good enough
    Meybe we should all celebrate Winston’s ability to bounce back, after all 3 of his turnovers. Might be the best this team will ever give us.

    Id love to have a Qb, who doesnt have to bounce back from multiple turnovers.
    But I think They will resign Winston- and we will live this cycle until Evans retires.

  40. Rick Says:

    Bucs need to move on from JW and vice versa. I think the bucs let BA pick and groom HIS qb and the bucs see some success. I think JW benefits greatly from a change of scenery and has a above average career somewhere else, Win/Win.

  41. Ndog Says:

    So those perfect passes to OJ and Godwin that lead to two huge scores before the half and to win the game weren’t great throws? How about the huge run on third and forever to extend a drive that we scored on? How about getting the lead in the fourth quarter losing it then going and getting it again. Yeah that guy sucks, and oh yeah with basically no running game in the second half and a ton of penalities on the offense. But yeah that guy can’t play. I give up you guys don’t care about this team you just hate one guy and really you are all pathetic.

  42. Jeffbuc Says:

    Had to listen on the radio on the two drives we were backed up to are go alone Dave Moore said Byron called the two exact plays he called the failed drive before on first and second down that failed the first time. Said he didn’t understand what leftwhich was thinking there. They just didn’t work and you run them on the exact same down and situation. Seemed like every drive started 2nd and 12 do to losing 2 yards on a run up the middle on first down. For the love of god run a play action on first down. Sneak Howard out after faking a block. Is it that difficult.

  43. Bucsace Says:

    It’s hard to stick Winston with the Bust label, maybe it’s more accurate to describe him as a “Stealthy Bust”

  44. Tye Says:

    a game between 2 of the leagues worst teams made for an interesting game..
    Bucs won!… whoa-hoo!

    3 point over a rookie HC, rookie qb and rebuilding team but a win is a win!

    I would be shocked if they can beat anyone else on the schedule playing like that in game 10…
    Man those 2 or 3 plays where the receiver was clearly open with no one in front of them and ‘Turnover’ overthrows them by 5 yards..
    An accurate qb could have been the difference between the Bucs scoring 30 points or 44 but hey, Next year may be the Bucs chance to get one..
    CHEERS to a better qb in the future!

  45. BucHead588 Says:

    Jameis isn’t the problem ya does he have issues yes but Lots of teams do fix the Pressure on Jameis I think this OLine will get better an better I like Dotson but he’s just getting old I do like him to be on the team next year but as a backup Bucs need to get Ledtike back next year he had real promise an our 2ndary is going to come into there own Both rookies have the same amount of pics as VH3 an Refs have killed Bucs all year long it don’t look good for VH3 to be back with Bucs at that salary next year an I like him he just needs to play Nickle but MJ actually played alright in 2nd half you expect him to lock up Fitz lol not on. To happen an he’s a sure tackler

  46. BucHead588 Says:

    Jameis isn’t the problem ya does he have issues yes but Lots of teams do fix the Pressure on Jameis I think this OLine will get better an better I like Dotson but he’s just getting old I do like him to be on the team next year but as a backup Bucs need to get Ledtike back next year he had real promise an our 2ndary is going to come into there own Both rookies have the same amount of pics as VH3 an Refs have killed Bucs all year long it don’t look good for VH3 to be back with Bucs at that salary next year an I like him he just needs to play Nickle but MJ actually played alright in 2nd half you expect him to lock up Fitz lol not on. To happen an he’s a sure tackler

  47. Jeffbuc Says:

    Ndog yeah that’s the whole point he makes some great plays no one is questioning that. But he makes more bad plays than any qb in the league. And misses wide open guys more than any QBs in the league. Of course he is going to have some good throws he is a nfl quarterback. That’s why we say you guys are Jameis lovers. You just gloss over the. Ad plays and say by about that great throw. Yeah but what about the 8 drives that were killed by interceptions and off target 3rd down throws. Imagine how much better offensively we would be if we had a consistent qb is the point. You know just throw 10 picks a year. Not 15 in 9 games. Complete passes to wide open players that should be 90% completions to wide open guys. Jameis is probably around 40%

  48. Jean Lafitte Says:

    I don’t have confidence that he’ll be no better than a mediocre QB in the NFL. At least not under this offensive philosophy. Winston could find his niche, his second life in a west coast type offense.

  49. stpetebucsfan Says:


    I would not call them GREAT throws…that toss by the rookie to hit the target in stride…that was a thing of beauty.

    Again JW left potentially 21 points on the field against an average defense because JW has NO touch. Cannon arm but his touch was nowhere near Wilsons. Wilson is great so no shame in that but a rookie had better touch than JW. That’s what’s hard to watch.

  50. Craig Says:

    The only stat that has any meaning to me is that for the last five years the Bucs have started every season at 2-6 or 3-5. There is only one constant in there and that is Jameis Winston.

    I don’t care if he throws 800 yards a game, he is still not the QB I would want. The only thing he is consistent at is losing games. Sometimes the other team doesn’t take advantage of crap like today. The Bucs didn’t really win today, they just didn’t lose.

  51. Jeffbuc Says:

    Jameis has a 74.8 QBs rating today versus the worse pass defense in the league. Ndog and you say he had a great game. Average qb rating in today’s nfl is 90-95

  52. BucsBandit Says:

    What all the Jameis-Homers on this site, like Ndog, don’t get is this…

    If we had a decent QB at all our Offense would be INSANELY GOOD. Any decent QB throwing to Mike Evans and Chris Godwin would be CRUSHING teams by 21+ points a game.

    The fact that Jameis as the Best Receiving Corp in the NFL and still plays mediocre just tells you how much Jameis actually sucks. So many QBs in the NFL do so much more with so much less.

  53. BucsBandit Says:



    Jameis put up some big stats today against ONE OF THE WORST DEFENSES IN THE NFL, just like against the Giants.

    Yet Jameis has the BEST RECEIVING CORP in the NFL, yet he still rarely gets the job done.

    The Bucs absolutely MUST move on from Jameis Winston.

  54. Bucsfan951 Says:

    Jameis Winston is a Matthew Stafford like qb. Similar numbers and everything.

  55. runnerdoc Says:

    I love Jameis Winston.

    I can’t wait to laugh at all the haters. He’s going nowhere.

  56. runnerdoc Says:

    And yes, you can win a Super Bowl with Jameis.

  57. Jeagan1999 Says:

    The only thing that’s consistent about Winston is his maddening inconsistency! Sure he’s got talent, sure he’s got a big arm, but he make sure you want to jeer as much as cheer. He’s the most turnover prone starter in the league and there are times when he still looks like a deer in the headlights. Yeah, I’d like to upgrade our O-line too, but after 5 years I can’t say I have any confidence that Winston is the QB of the future….even with an upgraded Oline….or some of the best receiving weapons in the league! I just don’t see him as more than a lower third QB with impulse control and decision making issues. I’d rather see if we can start fresh with a new guy who who has a higher upside and better accuracy.

  58. Carol5060 Says:

    Excuse me,I am a new football fan but I can’t turn the tv on to watch winston.he makes my skin crawl.sombody Wake Up…

  59. SteveK Says:

    Not a believer. Just don’t see the ability to reel off 3-4 good-great games in a playoff scenario ya championship. I don’t think Jameis has that. And for that we can’t resign him.

  60. Old Sombrero Says:

    He has one of the worst winning percentages of any starting QB. There’s no escaping that. Mariota’s record is 30-33 which is a .476 winning percentage and he was benched. Meanwhile our guy has a .381 winning percentage and he continues to play. Evan Fitz has a higher winning percentage. And Josh McCown is not much worse than our 5 year starters percentage. He’s a bottom tier talent. He’s barely good enough to be a starter and if the league had just 3 more better QBs he’d be a backup.

  61. Sleepy903 Says:

    I dont have a problem with moving on from Jameis however I do have a problem with drafting another QB when this team has so many other holes just to run the next QB off.

    The O-line pass protection wise did well. IDK if we need an elite back or if the oline just arent capable of creating holes for our RB’s. We need more WR depth behind ME13 and CG. The secondary still needs help if we can get a game changer at safety or corner in the first round I think that will help.

    We need JPP here next year. If we can sign and him and Shaq back with White coming along The front 7 will still be elite and hopefully hold the rest of the players accountable on that side of the ball.

  62. Ndog Says:

    Oh I’m sorry JeffBuc he’s not perfect, I know that is the standard. You guys are so freaking clueless. I actually love how football stupid you all are.

  63. Oneilbucs Says:

    You see every time if someone bring up his stats every body loves to bring up the turnovers and that’s cool I can agree with that he has a lot of them. But what about his touchdowns??? He also has a lot of those as well. Every offense Jamies has played in was high risk type of offense that I have never liked. I think Jamies is a west coast type of quarterback. That’s why I don’t like BA offensive play book it’s too risky. Dirk said when he first came to Tampa that a short pass is 8 yards and a medium pass is 16 to 20 yards and every thing else is a long pass that is a high risk type of passes especially when you throw the ball over 40 times a game cause you can’t run the ball. Now I think Jamies needs to start back running the ball again and rolling out just like Rogers does. Ain’t no rookie is going to be able to come in and not throw interceptions in this offense. A vet will throw a lot of picks in this offense and you guys just got to except that are we need to go get a coach who has a west coast offense that’s the only way that turnovers will cut down.

  64. Figures Says:

    Winston did not do anything “great” today. That’s ridiculous to say he was great in any way at all.

    He was average at best against a terrible defense. If he was great this game would’ve been a blowout.

    Ndog and the rest of the homers are blinded by their lover affair to see reality.

  65. SteveK Says:

    I just don’t think we can win with all the turnovers.

    I believe other QBs would light it up (ala Fitzmagic) with thins offense.

    I don’t believe the price it will take to keep Winston is worth it.

  66. Ndog Says:

    SteveK he just reeled off 4 300 yard passing games in a row and that accounted for 26, 23, 34 and 30 points. Isn’t the QBs job to put his team in a position to win by scoring points?

    And don’t even try to say our running game did anything to help with those outputs.

  67. Figures Says:


    How can you be so stupid? I mean seriously. How can you be so blind to reality.

    I actually feel sorry for you. I bet you have zero friends. And if you do it’s because they feel sorry for you too.

    I mean you really are a complete idiot

  68. Figures Says:

    94 turnovers you idiots.

    How can you homers say he’s great?

    He’s extremely average on his best days.

  69. Figures Says:

    It’s ok enjoy your jerk offs this week Ndog a real team is coming to town next week.

  70. JimmyJack Says:

    Winston led a game winning drive. That alone makes it a good performance and a well earned win.

    The only play that really bothers me is the opening INT. It took the crowd out of the game. You just can’t do that at home. To the credit of the whole team we took momentum back and the crowd got back into it…….Led by the key stop to hold them to a early FG.

  71. Ndog Says:

    So all game long when you guys are saying he wouldn’t/couldn’t bring us back what now? That doesn’t mean anything? Of course not because you didn’t want it to happen. I thought he couldn’t hit anyone in stride, well then how did that strike to Godwin happen to out us in position to win? Just give it up guys he playing good football he had one pick today that was bad the other one Godwin fir some reason was on his knees when the ball got there. He clearly missed some deep throws especially the one to Logan. But when you throw the ball 49 times you are going to miss some throws and yes EVERY QB misses throws. But when we needed plays what did he do, he made perfect clutch throws. That is what matters, how can anyone who is a Bucs fan really not be happy about the win AND the clutch play of our QB?

  72. Tbbucs3 Says:

    Funny how you guys act like NFL QBs are supposed to light it up every single week.

    Not how it works. Jameis had one of those days where he had to grind it out and it did exactly that in spite of a terrible defense.

    Jameis was clutch today hence, Jameis played great today.

  73. SteveK Says:

    Glad we won, and Jameis has some awesome plays. But turnovers are too frequent. I don’t know if we can win like that.

  74. Tbbucs3 Says:

    But I forget the standard for Bucs fans is 450 yards 4 TDs 0 INT every single week.

    I mean some you cannot be more unrealistic, Wake up, it’s the NFL and Jameis is still putting up 25+ points a game.

    But if we had Joe Burrow we would be 9-0 and would’ve beat the Cardinals 56-27.

  75. orlbucfan Says:

    When’s Brian Arians going to call an offensive gameplan that won’t look like he’s Bruce Alzheimers?????

  76. Ndog Says:

    Figures please just give up football, it clearly is to complicated for you too understand.

  77. geno711 Says:

    @Ndog Says:
    November 10th, 2019 at 5:29 pm
    So those perfect passes to OJ and Godwin that lead to two huge scores before the half and to win the game weren’t great throws?

    Give credit where it is due. The catch by OJ Howard was another example of Winston going to a man without surveying the field. The throw was very good not great. The catch was great. Give OJ Howard the most credit. The pocket was excellent. Give the offensive line credit on that play. The running back was wide open and the smarter play on that down.

    OJ Howard was probably the designed play so I am not made at Winston for missing the easy running back play but the greater quarterbacks – Brady, Wilson, Rogers, Brees would have been much more likely to realize the easy play instead of the more forced into coverage throw.

  78. Bucsfan951 Says:

    Npuppy says Winston threw 4 straight 300 yard games but failed to mention the 9ints to 6tds. Not even gonna bother to look up fumbles. Dude, you gotta get the taste of Winston out of your mouth. It’s actually quite sad at this point…

  79. JimmyJack Says:

    Winston also missed too many big plays today. Gotta hit at least one of them and you can probably put the game away earlier. But when you make up for it with a game winning drive it’s far less of a issue.

  80. Tbbucs3 Says:

    Jamal Dean could’ve very easily lost us the game that last play.

  81. geno711 Says:

    @Ndog and @Tbbucs3

    Do either of you give any credit to the offensive line today?
    Or is it just great Jameis that helped us get points?

  82. geno711 Says:

    Jamal Dean will be better than average Db in this league.

    2 games already has 1 Int and 6 passes defended.
    Less blown assignments in this game for sure. Already improvement seen.

  83. Figures Says:

    1 TD and 2 int’s.

    74 qbr wow sooooo great

  84. Figures Says:


    No they don’t. It’s either Winston and only Winston was great and if he’s not then it’s everyone else’s fault.

  85. Im tired and 87 is right Says:

    Jameis will be back its as simple as that! Go Bucs!

  86. Tbbucs3 Says:


    I am not mad at the offense. There’s things to improve as a unit but the offense is playing fine.

    My problem lyes with this pathetic attempt of a NFL defense designed by an incompetent GM.

  87. SteveK Says:

    I hope he’s not back at more than $20 million per year. Too many turnovers. Won’t go to playoffs.

  88. Tbbucs3 Says:

    Geno711, figures would you like to credit Jameis for his clutch game winning drive?

    Didn’t think so.

  89. JimmyJack Says:

    Yeah you gotta give credit for that game winning drive. Also on that 4th quarter FG their was a play to Godwin on right sideline that was huge.

    Have not saw the replay but it looked like a very difficult throw. Huge 4th quarter plays man. That’s what many NFL games boil down to.

    Also, officiating was atrocious today.

  90. Anonymous Says:

    December nothing. Partly due to Winston, this team is playing meaningless games. Winston again got outplayed by a rookie.

  91. BigHog Says:

    I’m simply stating we WON and that is not misleading or meaningless! GO TEAM BUCS!!!

  92. Anonymous Says:

    Winston’s first pick in his his first drive….had ARI got a TD and not been held to a FG, it’s another loss Winston’s narrow, sorry sack shoulders.

  93. Bucc941 Says:

    We win a game and all I see is Jameis is great or Jameis sucks. There were other players on the field too who both contributed to the win and almost cost us a win. Lavonte is a huge reason why we won. Last week a lot of y’all called Jamel Dean a bust, He is a huge reason why we won. Jameis supporters and haters should take his nutts out of their mouths and either support the entire team or kick rocks.

  94. Ndog Says:

    Great game today by Evans today as well he was fantastic along with LVD.

  95. Barack's Crack Pipe Says:

    All of the talk about Jameis’ team records is a bunch of fluff. The rules this season mean that any QB can out-perform the QBs of previous years’ standards.

    There’s a reason that he is ranked outside the top-20 NFL QBs.

  96. Bucs96 Says:

    Till it doesn’t take Jameis to score 30 points every game idc what ppl gotta say! He’s not the problem! Only Mahomes threw for more yds today. W/o him we are probably not even in the game.

    Dean x SBM need to start from here on out. Dean can cover!

  97. stpetebucsfan Says:


    You made me smile. Bringing facts to a sports opinion blog.

  98. Buccfan37 Says:

    Winston fits Tampa Bay football perfectly, I mean to a tee. Most people living in Florida are from somewhere else, have a favorite team somewhere else. The gripes and moans filling the air are quite the comedy. Enjoy the Bucs win or lose because that’s who they are and more than likely who they will continue to be. Reality ain’t all roses and fancy fluff.

  99. NoJoe Says:

    I have a hard time believing the Bucs won after reading these comments. Team win, mistakes don’t matter anymore