Arians’ Advice On Picks

December 8th, 2019

Words of wisdom.

So yeah, there are folks that are hung up on the interceptions from Mr. Entertainment, America’s Quarterback, Pro Bowler Jameis Winston.

So much so these same fans would prefer a guy who can hand off and maybe throw for 120 yards a game if the guy doesn’t throw a pick, but Lord help you if you need to score points.

So today, Jameis in his postgame presser was asked about what Bucco Bruce Arians says to him on the sidelines when he throws yet another interception.

This ought to drive the Jameis haters barrelling to the liquor cabinet.

“He’s just telling me, ‘Keep firing.'”

LOL. Isn’t that like telling a drunk to have another shot? Or a slob of a sportswriter to shove another hot dog in his grill?

Joe just thinks that is absolutely classic that a coach of a guy who has a bad habit of throwing picks says “Keep firing.”

No risk it, no biscuit!

86 Responses to “Arians’ Advice On Picks”

  1. TexBuc Says:

    “Keep firing”

  2. tmaxcon Says:

    Someone forgot to remind BA dumbarse bucfan believes interceptions trump wins

  3. Taylor Says:

    Love it

  4. Cantankerousoldguy Says:

    That’s what happened to Ron Rivera…

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

    Mr Excrement

  6. 813bucboi Says:


    Realist has to stay in the closet for another week


  7. Dapostman Says:

    The first pick is just a bad play call IMO. You start the game with a 10 yard run so why are you in the shotgun on 1st and 10? The Colts know you aint running out of that formation so they drop, deep. Just a bad play call. I would much rather see a another run or QB under center and play action after a good run. Seems like telegraphing your pitches in baseball. And please when you are in a run/pass situation and they have 6 in the box run the ball.

  8. Jean Lafitte Says:

    Or maybe he’s decided that he’s gone as far as can with Jameis, and just keeps giving him more rope. He has no real concerns about how the rest of the season unfolds but I’ll guarantee you, he will be evaluating this after the season.

  9. Sport Says:

    Appreciate that we won. But to take attitude that interceptions don’t matter is just flat out trolling.

    And your minds set that JW is the only QB that can score with our weapons and our scheme is total BS.

    In BA I Trust!

  10. JP_09 Says:

    Ryan Fitzpatrick a sub par journeyman QB who’s played on 74 NFL teams in his career played just like Jameis in a similar offense last season. Good game great numbers then crumble, so to say or think there isn’t another QB who can put up the same “good” numbers as Jameis is asinine. This offense and Cutters are made for gaudy numbers. It’s the dumb interceptions over the middle or throwing back across your body that plague Jameis. Maybe Jameis is the best option for this team because he is only 25 but if he returns next season as the starter it should be because he won a QB competition against a legitimate competitor

  11. EA Says:

    Wow, after those comments from BA….J-Dub isn’t going anywhere anytime soon, he is the future of this franchise as long as Bucco Bruce is here.

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

    Jacoby Brissett is 10’s better than Jamyth…

  13. Anonymous Says:

    “So yeah, there are folks that are hung up on the interceptions from Mr. Excitement, America’s Quarterback, Pro Bowler Jameis Winston.”

    Clearly by Moron Joe. Well, being “hung up” on what, 106 TOs with Rivers not even close at 2nd is something any smart football mind should be hung up on.

    Another dumb azz lie/line by Joe:

    “So much so these same fans would prefer a guy who can hand off and maybe throw for 120 yards a game if the guy doesn’t throw a pick, but Lord help you if you need to score points.”

    What Bucs fan thinks that? You need to stop making stuff up. Any smart fan knows you can have a guy that can throw the rock enough to get decent yards for your own team without throwing three picks and handing the other team 24 or more points…win or lose. The Bucs won today despite Winston, not because of him.

  14. TexBuc Says:


    WOW breaking news by Jean….lol

  15. Anonymous Says:

    “The first pick is just a bad play call IMO. ”

    OMG, That’s a real gem. Yeah, that’s what caused the INT. smdh

  16. Anonymous Says:

    Imagine how bad Winston would be if he didn’t have Godwin, Evans, Brate. Evans and Godwin have saved so many bad throws from Winston.

    Evans to Manziel is Evans to Winston.

  17. bojim Says:

    ‘Keep firing’. I like it. Yea. Jameis too. Suck it haters.

  18. BrianBucs Says:

    Watching Winston play QB always reminds me of that old Clint Eastwood movie called “The Good, The Bad And The Ugly”.
    Sometimes there is more Good and they win, sometimes there is more Bad and they lose. And the Ugly is always there.
    Against good teams Winston just isn’t good enough. Against bad team’s he can pull it off.
    Arians knows now that there is absolutely nothing he can do to make Winston not turn the ball over. He just wants him to keep firing hoping the Good can outdo the Bad.

  19. Adrnagy Says:

    It sounds as Bruce will ride Winston beyond this season. All qb will be taken in Maybe a lot of trades to get up in top 10-15. Maybe it’s the year the Bucs cash in on trading down for picks.

  20. tmaxcon Says:

    AlteredEgo Say: Your comment is awaiting moderation. Says: Says:
    December 8th, 2019 at 7:56 pm
    Jacoby Brissett is 10’s better than Jamyth…

    SCOREBOARD tells a different story today princess

  21. wantstastayabuc Says:

    Most interceptions and no playoffs. Next.

  22. Anglican Says:

    Take away the points the colts got with the turnovers

  23. wantstastayabuc Says:

    Oh wait, maybe if my reputation as a QB whisperer was at stake, I would say everything is fine.

    Nope, I want our team to win like the used to do.

  24. Anonymous Says:

    Bruce Arians and Jason have simply intentionally given Winston enough rope to hang himself with.

    And he’s swinging in the wind.

  25. Athlete Says:

    Hey Sport,,, When you say our weapons, did you mean everybody else except our #1 Mike Evans because it seemed that he did way better without him. Just sayin!!!

  26. tmaxcon Says:


    Nope, I want our team to win like the used to do.

    Bucs have never won consistently pal…. they were pretenders under that ignorant one dimensional clown dungy and had 1 great year under Gruden…. bucs have never been consistent winners history proves that….

  27. Tbbucs3 Says:

    Agree Joe, If you want 156 1 Td 0 int safe ball, then plug in Ryan Griffen and watch this team go 3-13.

    If you want wins with a bad defense put in America’s QB Jameis Winston. And buckle up for a wild ride. They should name the next roller coaster at Busch Gardens after Jameis.

  28. JimmyJack Says:

    Raise your hand if you thought Winston was done as the Bucs QB when Griffin came in?

    🙋Won’t lie

  29. ATrain Says:

    So you believe the Bucs can win against a New Orleans or a SF
    Throwing INT and turning the ball over 4 times


    No Way

    Can’t win turning ball over against TEAL opponents

  30. BrianBucs Says:

    Jimmy Jack

    Yep, was hoping………..

  31. Tbbucs3 Says:


    ”Imagine how bad Winston would be if he didn’t have Godwin, Evans, Brate“

    That’s probably the stupidest post I’ve seen in a long time on here.

    Any QB would look bad without good players around them. Have you seen Tom Brady play recently?

    Winston haters are losing their minds folks. When he plays well they literally fantasize about JW playing bad.

  32. Rod Munch Says:

    No risk it, no biscuit.

    The team right now, should at the very very worst be 7-6 if the kicker makes his kick against the Giants, and that would be yet another game where Winston made a late drive to win the game after a defensive collapse.

    If the Bucs are 7-6, they’re a winning team – and that’s the worst they should be right now. If you look at the Titans game where the refs f us over, if you look at the Seattle game, another game where Winston has a great 4th quarter drive late only to see the defense collapse – they are that close to 8-5 or a possible 9-4.

    Yeah, shoulda, coulda, woulda – but on the positive side we’re finally seeing some of the close games go our way. Today the defense finally made a stand when it mattered.

    For Winston, he’s basically doing what Carson Palmer did in his first season under Arians (and Palmer was 34 at the time, not 25). Palmer threw 22 INTs that year. What you hope is in year two that Winston makes that same leap that Palmer did in year 3 under Arians (year 2 Palmer was mostly hurt). But Palmer also had a top defense, while Winston has one of the worst defenses.

    I’m a huge Winston backer, but I still want to see improvements next year – which I think will happen if the defense is better and not giving up nearly 30 points a game. Also I’m hoping we get some offensive lineman this offseason, which should mean we have a running game as well. If Winston isn’t getting sacked constantly and has a running game and the defense isn’t in the 30s and the kicker isn’t missing easy FGs to win games – wow, imagine what a difference that stuff would make.

  33. Athlete Says:

    First 67 career starts:

    Peyton Manning
    17,190 yards, 117 TDs, 84 INTs, 61% completion rate, 85.4 passer rating

    Jameis Winston:
    18,399 yards, 111 TDs, 78 INTs, 61% completion rate, 86.9 passer rating

  34. DBS Says:

    And you’re just dumb enough to believe that. Sure . that’s all he said. Maybe leaving a few words out.

  35. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    I said…”If that is a non-injury benching of JW…..he’s done…..”

    As far as what Arians’ could say:

    Keep firing.

    Throw one more of those and I’m yanking you.

    Jameis, we are wearing red today.

    That pick just cost you at least $10 million.

    You stupid SOB…..are you trying to give me a heart attack!!!

    I’m looking for someone to blame for that one other than you….you got any ideas?

    And, my favorite…..You keep doing that and Joe will stop calling you “America’s Quarterback”

  36. TouchDownTampaBay Says:

    Sport – his primary weapons in the 2nd half were Perriman and Watson so gtfo of here with giving all the credit to receivers and none to Winston.

  37. gotbbucs Says:

    Reminds me of that scene from the movie “Spaceballs”.

    “Keep firing, assholes!”

    BA is Lord Helmet.

  38. TexBuc Says:


    excellent comments

  39. Sport Says:

    Touchdown TB. – I hear ya, I am more referencing his full body of work. Not just the second half today.

    Fitzmagic had this team playing hard for him.

    I’m tired of the people thinking JW is the only QB on the planet that could run the offense with these players.

    JW is who he is…

    I firmly believe our coaches, scheme and surrounding players could be just as competitive, if not more with QB who doesn’t make such boneheaded plays on the regular.

    Don’t fear the future and don’t fear change.

    In BA I Trust!

  40. JP_09 Says:

    @Rod you forgot to add what if Winston didn’t turn the ball over so much. Yes the D has been horrible at times, the kicking game suspect early and the running game minimal but you can not dismiss the fact that Winston’s turnovers have contributed to multiple losses this season too

  41. tmaxcon Says:

    Sport O

    Jameis is the future and the only true hope and savior Tampa bay has….

  42. Bucs Fan Since ‘76 Says:

    I have been following the NFL for 50 years and have been a “Bucs Fan Since ‘76”. I’m sorry, but I love this team and remain a huge Jameis fan. As I’ve gotten older my patience has grown and my perspective has changed a lot. Jameis reminds me of Brett Favre with his maddening play. Through his first five seasons as a starter, Favre threw 77 picks. For his career, he threw 20+ picks six times, and had the same or more picks than TD’s seven times.

    He was a four starter in college. Jameis played two years and won a national title at 19. He played baseball too and thus missed spring football. He became an NFL starter at 21. Favre was 23. Favre played for a Hall of Fame coach in the same system during his first five years. Jameis is on his third HC and is in the first season of his second system under a first year (full-time) OC/play caller.

    The kid is 25. He’s tough, smart, durable, and an elite thrower more often than not. If Arians believes he and his coaches can strangle the TO’s out of the young man, then the Bucs will sign him to a second contract – IMO. If the D continues to make strides then the Bucs will be in position to compete for the playoffs over the next five seasons. Jameis will only be 30 by then.

    So, let’s enjoy the next few weeks and pull for the team to win out and finish 9-7. Go Bucs!

  43. Ndog Says:

    AlteredEgo Say: Your comment is awaiting moderation. Says: Says:
    December 8th, 2019 at 7:56 pm
    Jacoby Brissett is 10’s better than Jamyth…

    See anyone who’s says the above clearly doesn’t understand football and in reality should just never comment on football.

  44. MTM Says:

    4 picks and you still win. That show how bad the Colts are not how good the Bucs are. That win is an anomaly in the NFL.

  45. ClodHopper Says:

    I was ready to toss him in the dumpster after the first half and ready to kiss him after the game.

    It’s the most extreme love/hate relationship I’ve ever had!!

  46. Jurevicius Circle Says:

    Can we talk about the 3rd INT for a moment. Am I dreaming, or did that pass get tipped by a D-lineman BEFORE it was popped into the air by the receiver? I thought I saw it wobble watching it live, and then the replay from the end zone seemed to confirm it. But the CBS announcers never addressed it and kept on talking about what a terrible pass it was.

    Just to be clear, I’m not defending the turnover or making excuses. I just want to know if I’m crazy or if anybody else saw what I saw?

  47. tmaxcon Says:

    Jurevicius Circle

    Yes it was tipped

    Any objective fan can see 75% of all jameis picks are based on piss poor oline play. He is either under immediate pressure or rolling the opposite direction of the alternating garbage tackles taking plays off.

  48. Pewter power Says:

    We’ve seen winston without the current targets except for Evans. Where were for the whole weapons for Winston offseason? He was doing the exact same thing, throwing touchdowns and a bunch of picks….I can get beyond picks but some of his throws are just flat out stupidity. That first pick there were 3 defenders right there, if not for the pick Evans would have been decapitated. Rookies come into the league with way more awareness than Winston after 5 years.

    If it comes down to keeping the d line in tact or resigning Winston I’d go with a rookie at quarterback. We already know he cant win without a defense.

  49. AMI_Chris Says:

    Jameis mis-heard. Arians said, “You’re getting fired.”

  50. TexBuc Says:

    Bucs Fan 76

    Well said!! Go Bucs

  51. Wesley Says:

    Can’t win consistently throwing INTs.

  52. ElBajito43 Says:

    Not into the One-Sided Stuff:

    Sooo I’m just gonna say this:

    Winnie-Pooh is a “Great Value” Walmart BRETT FAVRE. This guy consistently makes AMAZING throws followed by IDIOTIC throws!
    Have to admit that RG4 is never making some of these HR passes, but with a playoff team VS. JW3 his interceptions would be capitalized on more. Remember that if the colts had converted on the final pick even just a FG then it is a tie game at the least.

    This kind of “ATM WITHDRAWAL WINSTON” requires the drafting of a CHASE YOUNG TYPE GUY.


    If the defense can hold teams to an average of 17-20 points a game and allow for one TD or FG from Winston INTERCEPTIONS……?????????

    Then we can win consistently! EITHER WAY YOU MUST DRAFT A QB IN 2ND OR 3RD RD……, KEEP WINSTON AND DRAFT QB ala Hybrid type guy look at Sean payton with their super QB 3 hybrid guy and even having BRIDGEWATEREDown.



  53. Eric Says:

    Jameis has an excellent chance to lead the league in touchdown passes and yardage.


    A long term deal is well deserved. Essential for the future.

  54. Chris@Apple Roof Cleaning Tampa Says:

    Most big time Home Run hitters tend to strike out a lot, but they also score runs.
    I am with Rod Munch as far as Jameis goes.
    One way or the other, he will be back next year, and will only get better.
    A stud offensive lineman from the next draft will not only protect him better, it will also open better holes in the run game.
    We came back and beat a very good team today, who were fighting for their playoff life.
    We are a much better team, than our record indicates.

  55. ElBajito43 Says:

    No matter if you had the Dallas Cowboys OLine if you DO NOT GET AN ELITE EDGE RUSHER LIKE A REGGIE WHITE, KHALIL MACK type guy


    simple reason…… JW3 spots the other team on average 10 points a game.

    HERO HE-MAN WINSTON will not be able to always put Gun-sling his mistakes vs. elite teams BRO!!! Cmon?????

    Seriously you guyz need to be realistic and understand that IF YOU WANT JW3 and are going to live by this BLACKJACK GAMBLER

    YOU MUST HAVE ELITE TOP 10 Overall Defense

  56. tnew Says:

    The “keep firing” attitude is the only way to handle Winston. This is why I was not a Koetter fan. Personalities didn’t match. Arians and JW do. This is how he should’ve been coached his entire pro career. This is the way that he will thrive. A careful Winston is a bad Winston. The more careful he is, you still get the INTS but you don’t get the big plays. Winston would be way further along if handled like this. The only thing is how affordably Winston can be signed. Guys.. the INTS are troubling but yards and TDs are important. TDs are more important by a far cry than turnovers. I am less critical for Winston on any of the turnovers than the pass he missed to Perriman on the next to last drive. That should’ve been a TD. I will accept the INTS, if he hits on those passes as well as ones like the Perriman game winner.

  57. TexBuc Says:

    At FSU Jimbo always said “you can’t get big plays without throwing the ball downfield.”

    Koetter never wanted Winston and their relationship always reflected that fact.

  58. David Says:

    If Jameis only had about 10 interceptions on the year, they would probably be 9-4 and he’d be considered a top 5 QB. I am so back-and-forth with him.
    As for the rest of the team, it seems pretty obvious what they need to do in the draft –
    Draft multiple OL
    Draft DBs
    and always go after DL

    They need to sign Winston to one year deal –
    see what these coaches can do with another full season.
    If the turnovers aren’t cut in half (10 or less),
    do everything they can to draft Trevor Lawrence

  59. ElBajito43 Says:

    Y New WinsTON has taken until year 5 to start hitting the deep ball and most of those are the same launch angle he normally uses except a slightly higher arc that he is finally learning, however throws like the TD he missed to Perriman are 1 or 2 per week identical looks where the guy can run to daylight and requires a touch pass with higher rainbow arc but not to high. These type of passes are the equivalent of a pitcher who throws 99 mph being asked to lob a ball to the first baseman while running off the mound.

    Winston cannot make those type of throws, just cannot do maybe if he works on it for 10,000 hours this off season by year 6 or 7 I’m ok with it because nobody is gonna have all the throws unless they are named Mahomes so it’s whatever

  60. BrianBucs Says:

    What else is Arians going to say?
    He has painted himself into a corner with Winston. Now he has to live by the sword or die by it. He knows there is nothing that he can do about Winston continually turning the ball over and making bad decisions so he can only hope now that Winston throws more TD passes to the offense than he does the defense and his defense steps up to limit the damage from being given all of the short fields.
    So all Arians can tell Winston is to keep firing and let’s see which one of us leaves Tampa first.

  61. Armando Says:

    So many unemployed coaches here.

    Go BUCS!

  62. tmaxcon Says:


    I wonder how you were the sperm that won. Your birth certificate probably has an apology letter attached from the condom factory

  63. DalvinCookRules Says:

    Arians is a MASTER TROLL.

    If Jameis has a great game, he’s going to rip him, and if he’s having a crappy game he will blame everyone else.

    What is he supposed to tell Winston? You suck?? WTF is wrong with you? Are you f*kn blind??? Yeah, that’s going to work well.

    I like Arians’ psychological approach, however, he needs to fix this issue with Jameis not reading defenders dropping into coverage. This is definitely fixable to some degree, EVEN IF I AM THE QB.

  64. cmurda Says:

    tmaxcon Says:
    December 8th, 2019 at 9:10 pm
    Jurevicius Circle

    Yes it was tipped

    Any objective fan can see 75% of all jameis picks are based on piss poor oline play. He is either under immediate pressure or rolling the opposite direction of the alternating garbage tackles taking plays off.

    This is very true. If Jameis is going to be lambasted for the picks, then the O Line needs to be held accountable for all the pressures that often times lead to those picks. Jensen has been pretty solid, Cappa has shown enough to feel good about it, but Dotson is completely done and Donovan Smith is slightly above average. We need a RT desperately. I would love to see Donovan slide to the right and we draft a stud LT. The problem is two-fold. We need to be in position to get a stud LT and they are rare and Donovan has to be willing and able to play RT. I have my doubts about that.

  65. geno711 Says:

    @Athlete Says:
    December 8th, 2019 at 8:22 pm
    First 67 career starts:
    Peyton Manning
    17,190 yards, 117 TDs, 84 INTs, 61% completion rate, 85.4 passer rating
    Jameis Winston:
    18,399 yards, 111 TDs, 78 INTs, 61% completion rate, 86.9 passer rating

    You understand it is a different game now right.
    Manning was in the top 10 of passer rating in his 3rd and 4th year. Winston has had only 1 year in the top 20 of passer rating and is again this year well outside of the top 20 in passer rating.

  66. tnew Says:

    El… yeh that rainbow he dropped to Perriman in the first half didn’t happen I guess.

  67. geno711 Says:

    Jameis is below Mitch Trubinski and Joe Flacco in passer rating this year. He is much more exciting than either of those guys but the comparison to Manning and a different passing era makes no sense to me.

    The changes in the game include:
    1. Less contact/muggings of receivers.
    2. Flags for hitting the quarterback high or low.
    3. No targeting of receivers over the middle.
    4. More passing weapons.
    5. Inability to hold receivers.

    The comparisons to Farve and Manning make no sense.

    How about to Russell Wilson:
    124 starts, 28801 pass yards (Jameis wins), 222 TDs, 67 INTs, 65% completion rate, 101.5 passer rating.

    How about Kirk Cousins:
    85 starts, 23536 pass yards, 152 TDs, 69 INTs, 66% completion rate, 97 passer rating.

  68. July Joe Says:

    Jameis Winston is the basketball version of Kobe Bryant … you think his coaches ripped him for taking more tough-shots than anyone in NBA history? Nope … they said “keep firing”.

    It’s sad the fans can’t recognize greatness, simply because it doesn’t look the way they want it too look … STUPID.

    JAMEIS WILL GET PAID $$$$$$$$$$$$$

  69. SOEbuc Says:

    Small amount of good QBs going in the first round, especially if we end up with a middle or later pick. No good, young FA. I’m not sold on Teddy Bridgwater five games this year playing with one of the best teams in the NFL year after year. Jameis will be starting for someone next year, and he will be the best FA QB. Turnovers have always been Jameis’ vice, but he’s second in passing yards with the only coaching staff that has been even close to good. Second in the NFC South. Not so great this year, but finally out of the dumpster ooze of the division. Tag him and give him one last chance at the playoffs.

  70. ElBajito43 Says:

    TMaxCon I wish I could take you serious bro, but since I bench press more than you weigh and have banged more girls in 1 year than you have in your whole life I cannot actually Pat attention to any of the incoherent nonsense you spew.

    Keep going bro your losing

  71. Jameis Almighty! Says:

    Most fans are stupid. If you hate Winston you are an idiot. Rod Munch is right. He’s not an idiot like the rest of you Winston bashers

  72. D-Rome Says:

    Unreasonable Joe, are you going to follow up with BA and ask him if he said that to Jay-Miss while reminding him he also said he can only tolerate one INT a game?

    A team might win a game or two with a lot of TURNOVERS, but no team in today’s NFL makes the post-season with a QB that leads the league in TURNOVERS. He cannot be fixed. It makes no sense to me as to why you are diminishing the impact of interceptions (i.e. TURNOVER). No QB since 2015 has thrown more pick 6’s either.

  73. Anonymous Says:

    Good QBs put up the numbers needed when games count. Winning team Rod Munch if the kicker makes one kick? What about the numerous pick sixes of Winston.

    When you work overtime and give the game away in the first half by your own mistakes and wreckless sling it around in the second half, that’s desperation and luck. This looked like Fitz agaisn’t PIT last year. Only difference is Winston got help from his team.

  74. Bucsfanman Says:

    The ‘ol “Allen Iverson Effect”: Shoot it until you make it!

    That’s total BS, by the way. That game doesn’t have to be nearly as close as it was. We will not beat GOOD teams playing that way.
    Great win! I need therapy!

  75. AlteredEgo Says: Your comment is awaiting moderation. Says:

    Jamyth =’s Fools Gold

  76. tmaxcon Says:


    Thats the best reply you have little man… you need to clear your head of jameis hate to see clearly

  77. WyldKat Says:

    I now realize that keeping Jameis on the field is the ultimate risky Arians biscuit.

  78. Sharthappens Says:

    “Firings” is the key word. JW is known for getting his head CISA he’d fired.

  79. Sharthappens Says:

    ^^head coaches.

  80. Dapostman Says:

    No QB in Tampa will change the stupidity of the Buc Fanbase. Meh, it is what it is.

  81. jmarkbuc Says:


    “If Jameis is going to be lambasted for the picks, then the O Line needs to be held accountable for all the pressures that often times lead to those picks.”

    How much pressure was JW under on his first throw yesterday? Or in London? Or any of the other countless times?

    Also tired of the argument that he has to throw us back into games, when he’s the one putting us in the hole many of those times.

  82. stpetebucsfan Says:


    Here’s a $$$ making idea for you. Find a screen printer and get tshirts printed….”KEEP FIRING”

    Either you guys could do it or you could give it away as part of a marketing tie in.

    This may be the best rallying call for JW supporters ever…admit he’s going to toss the picks but just keep encouraging the passing game.

  83. Bucforlife Says:

    I get sick of some of these people on this site why would be a just give up like that not only on Jameis Winston but on the organization ba is a very very elite coach there is a reason why he’s telling Jameis to keep firing we can judge or assume all we want we really don’t know why you can speculate all you want but I believe there is a method to his Madness

  84. Owlykat Says:

    Move Cappa to RT and move D. Smith to RG where Lindy’s Draft Issue said was where D. Smith should play in the NFL (it was already obvious in college that he was not athletic enough to succeed as an OT in the NFL), and use our first pick on a LT. Then all you need is a super flexible veteran backup O Lineman who has proven able to step up and play well at any of the OL positions to give you a trusty OL backup. Take a large pass rusher in the second round, and a large DT in the third round!

  85. TexBuc Says:

    Winston will be under center next year get used to that fact.

  86. TexTrackFan Says:

    They need to shore up that O-line. Winston is the recipient of 41 sacks this season. With such a breach in pass protection, there is bound to be some arrant throws in desperation to avoid yet another sack. The number of tackles for loss on their RBs also exposes their weak O-line. Yeah, gun slinging Winston has thrown some bad passes, which are solely attributed to his bad decisions, but lets not forget about the elephant in the room/field…the O-line.