“It Feels Like He’s Our Teammate”

December 26th, 2019

You hear a lot about communication on defense, but you hear less about it on offense.

Mike Evans peeled back the curtain this week to let fans know how well the Bucs are getting the message behind the scenes.

Offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich having a player’s mindset and demeanor helps him communicate extremely effectively, Evans told Buccaneers Radio.

“He’s fresh out of the league so it feels like he’s our teammate. But, you know, he has that authority and we have that respect with him, that he’s still our coach,” Evans said of Leftwich. “But he’s still like a player out there. He understands us, so it’s easy for him to get the point across, like it’s real easy for him. He did a hell of a job this season. Looking forward to an explosive last game to finish off strong. And next year, hopefully we’re the best offense in the league and the best team in the league. Because that’s what we can do; we just have to carry this momentum over to next year.”

Joe liked the concept of Leftwich getting his message across because he gets the players on a deeper level.

Joe can’t help but be a little cynical and think, ‘If Leftwich communicates so well, then why can’t he get through to Jameis about cutting his interceptions to, say, 20 per season?’

Maybe next year.

55 Responses to ““It Feels Like He’s Our Teammate””

  1. SB Says:

    To me it seems like 20 int’s is the Floor for JW3.
    I can live with 20 EVERY year if we get at least 10 Ws every year

  2. Tampabuscsbro Says:

    So Joe aren’t you forgetting what Clyde Christensen said a few months back “We have tried everything” Joe it’s not like they are not trying to get him to cut down interceptions that’s just who he is at this point. the interceptions will not change.

    I hope something happens in the offseason but Winston’s INTs are on him and no one else his habit of coughing the ball up has cost us 3 games almost entirely on him as well as countless other bad spots he has put his team in.

  3. PriMech54 Says:

    Painting with a pretty large brush there, Bucsbro. I know the turnovers are taxing but it’s essentially a lie to say they are 100% on him. The problem is that Leftwhich has coached enough to reduce the ints to around 20 or less but at least 8-10 of the 28 were due to ridiculous blunder moments like OJ Howards Harlem Globetrotter impression vs the Saints. There are at least 3 this year that are on OJ alone. If anyone denies this then they are simply not being objective and have an agenda to smear their dislike of Winston on comment forums. Which is fine… just don’t lie about sh!+ and speak in generalities because it affects your credibility regardless of whether or not you’re jaded.

    And yes, your credibility DOES take a hit even if you don’t believe it.

  4. PriMech54 Says:

    Truth is, Jameis does some boneheaded stuff but he’s also experienced some of the most unlucky picks I have ever seen.

    And before the pigeons start their strut, just remember that both can be true.

  5. Mikadeemss Says:

    I just think it’s silly and short sited to say things like “It’ll NEVER get better”. I personally don’t try to predict the future, and any time someone uses ” never or always” I’m skeptical. Pure exaggeration, most of the time! If JW is here I’ll root for him to succeed, not fail. And it ain’t my money paying him. So dang it, GO BUCS!!

  6. SB Says:

    I hate ‘never’ and ‘always’ too Mikedeemss. However if he can’t change in 5 yrs as a pro then what? I mean, what more is there to learn when you have “one of the highest football IQs we have ever seen”?

  7. Destinjohnny Says:

    The reason why jameis throw picks is his accuracy.
    Not a lot to figure.
    Most throws he doesn’t put On the receiver, instead he throws to an area and the potential target has to go get it.
    Not trying to dog him but it is what it is

  8. geno711 Says:


    Exactly! He has the 2nd highest percentage of poorly thrown balls this season at over 20%.
    Unlucky is not correct. We saw two potential other picks just last game alone based upon bad throws.

    Statistics show that his receivers only dropped 3.6 percent of his passes which is the 6th lowest percentage in the league.

    That does not even get into the stat of the number of contested balls that Evans and Godwin have caught this year. Most teams do not have those superior guys.

    A dialogue that minimizes Jameis turnovers on others on the team is just silly.

    Three might be 2-4 more picks if the receiver core was more average in the dropped balls percentage.

    Early season excuses were the defense and the play calling.
    Late season excuses are Leftwich early game playing and the tight ends fault.


    I agree, if Jameis is here I will root for him. I will let the coaching staff decide that and not the experts on this site.

  9. Tye Says:

    obvious answer: Winston is uncoachable!

    positive take away: the right replacement (Carr, Dalton, Rivers, Mariota, Manning, Foles, Bridgewater, etc.) that is coachable for the ‘qb maven’ can turn respectable could make the Bucs worth attending and supporting 2020…

    imagine a whole season like the 3 games Fitz started and ignited excitement in the stadium… the right qb would draw many!

  10. Tampabuscsbro Says:

    @primech54 okay……… that’s 2 we know OJ is responsible for not sure about the third you are on about. but anyway say 8 are not on him (even then he still takes blame for most of them aside from OJ) dude is probably going to fling one or two. that’s 22 interceptions on him entirely that cannot happen whether you like it or not these turnovers are a reason why we didn’t win multiple games

    bro he did in fact piss away 3 games this year by himself. 9ers, Texans, and Panthers in London

  11. Adrnagy Says:

    Losing hurts. Our Bucs been bouncing around in all phases for awhile. If the coaches and dline , Winston come back we can turn this baby around. But licht needs to nail this offseason and draft picks.
    If leftwhich leaves we can be good. It won’t hurt. Bruce. Clyde. Harold and the goat Tom Moore will stay. lol. But if Todd leaves it will hurt.

  12. Stevebobucsfan Says:

    I have watched every Bucs game this season and my opinion is, if Jameis just stop throwing into crowds of defenders and do better with not starring down his receivers I personally think he would cut his interceptions in half which would be great I am starting to think these interceptions are mental errors in other words he’s just not thinking

  13. gotbbucs Says:

    Laying any blame for Winston’s interceptions on QB coaching at this point is a flat out scapegoat. He has had NFL level coaching for 5 years now and literally any resource he could possibly want.

    He’s a coach killer. He will forever be a joke and enigma in the record books.
    “Just wait til next year, he’ll be better next year” For everyone saying that, you do realize that next year is literally one game away from now, right? What has anyone possibly seen recently that makes them think that he will correct these issues? Coaching won’t help, it would take an exorcism of epic proportions.

  14. MTM Says:

    AIM – America’s Interception Machine needs to go before Evans decides he wants to win a championship and asks for a trade.

  15. PriMech54 Says:

    The point was that he does both boneheaded stuff AND throws picks that aren’t his fault. Its more than OJ, that was just an example. At least one or two on Mike when he stops running his route and track the ball, one on Godwin for running the wrong concept vs cover 2, at least 2 on Perriman for the same reason, Barber running an imprpper depth on a curl, etc I mean we could go down the list since that seems like what you guys wanna do but the song remains the same and that is to say if you eliminate the mistakes around him and leave all the picks that are soley on him you’ll have 15-20, which is still on the high end but not grounds for crucifying a guy. And Winston maybe “2nd in the league in bad throw percentage” but he also has more than 1000 air yards thrown than anyone else in the league. Is he some deadly accurate quarterback, nah. But that stat is skewed and tells a different story than you’re trying to sell. If I commute to work 2hours every day the chances that I get in a wreck are way higher than the next guy who drives 2 minutes. He’s also being asked to throw 40-50 times every single Sunday and ends several games every year as the leading rusher on the team along with those 40-50 attempts… You call them excuses, I call it math & probabilities.

  16. MTM Says:

    So now it’s the receivers fault that Winston throws picks🤦🏻‍♂️🤦🏻‍♂️

  17. Sleepy903 Says:

    At the end of the day I think Winstons INT’s will go down next year. You gotta think. This is the first time He has thrown over 20 INT’s in a season. I think its safe to say a lot of it has to do w/ the offensive philosophy.

    Its a change for the QB, WR and RB’s Its taken a while to get on the same page and with the film they have they can stress the importance on WR’s running good routes, JW making quicker reads and show whats been open with certain route combos. RB doing a better job in blitz pick up.

    I think if you solidfy the Oline. Bring in a top talent RB, you’ll see the run game improve. The number of passing attempts go down and the INT’s go down. The passing lanes/windows will be much larger with the threat of an actual running game.

    Its just like basketball if a team cant shoot they clog the paint. If a team can shoot you can get what you want because the lane is wide open. We cant run so they drop a lot in coverage. Teams use the LBers to follow JW eyes to play all underneath routes. If those LBers and safeties actually had to be concerned about the run some of these contested throws wouldnt be contested.

  18. PriMech54 Says:

    And Destin, you might not be aware but the majority of all NFL level throws are throwing to a spot and putting the ball within a catch radius. To suggest that other quarterbacks are have these laser precise arms leading guys all over the field and Jameis is the one throwing to a spot is just straight ignorant. He also has some absolute strikes and dimes that he delivers but I realize that it’s painful for you to admit.

  19. PriMech54 Says:

    MTM if youre talking to me then you might wanna work on your reading comprehension because thats not at all what was said

  20. SB Says:

    It was summed up to me pretty well last week when Juxtaposing JW”

    He can make throws that only the one or two Best QBs in the League can make back to back.
    Then he WILL attempt throws that only the one or two WOrst QBs in the league will attempt.
    Good with the Bad was what we Bucs fans where saddled with when he was drafted. After 5 years on ‘repeat’. What now?

  21. OneBuc55 Says:

    Sometimes I feel like Jameis is a pitcher throwing strikes…

    When he misses his spot, he gives up the hit/homerun (or in this case throws a pick/pick6)…

    I love his work ethic and his fire but these picks are a big problem; this mental “snap and clear” hack he’s been using since his time at Florida State is going terribly wrong…
    All of the picks aren’t on him but at least 2/3rds of these picks are definitely his fault…

    Imo he’s worth extending but not! Overplaying…Personally I’d like to see us beef up our Oline and bolster our running game more and keep Jameis’ passing attempts down to about 30 to 35 max…

  22. Ship Thief Says:

    Let the secondary keep developing.
    Do everything we can to keep the DLine together.
    LBs are some of the best in the league.
    Draft 2 OLinemen and a RB in the first 3 rounds.
    Transition tag JW3.
    Bring in a veteran QB to actually provide competition at the position, and a veteran Safety that Bowles hand picks to assist in backfield development.

    And when I see Vea lined up on offense, I start getting nostalgic for an actual a$$ kicking fullback…
    But it’s the end of the year so maybe it’s normal to be waxing nostalgic.
    Happy Holidays everyone and GO BUCS!

  23. Destinjohnny Says:

    Primech my bad jameis is he most accurate qb in the nfl…

  24. geno711 Says:

    PriMech54 Says:
    December 26th, 2019 at 7:51 pm

    … And Winston maybe “2nd in the league in bad throw percentage”… But that stat is skewed and tells a different story than you’re trying to sell…

    The only stat that it sells is percentage wise he has the 2nd most bad throws. It is a percentage NOT a total number of bad throws. He throws off target more often percentage wise than any quarterback but one this year. Could that be a more fair assessment of why he has a lot of interceptions? I think more than your dialogue of you choosing that 2 are on Evans, 3 are on Howard, and a partridge in a pear tree.

    How many times has Godwin bailed him out on bad throws this year?
    How many times have his receivers come down with highly contested balls?

    The receivers have gotten open this year. The receivers have caught some of the highest percentage of balls this year. They catch contested balls at a high rate.

    They are far less the cause of the interceptions than Jameis.
    I just disagree with your dialogue and that as few as 15 are on Jameis.

    Bring Jameis back because the Buc’s/Arians/Leftwich think they can change his turnover issue. If the Buc’s don’t agree, I believe in BA and Leftwich to make a good choice either in the draft or with another free agent. There are plenty of choices. Its not like 2013 when Arians got Palmer and there were no other free agents that year.

  25. Lamarcus Says:

    Mike “meaningless stats” Evans need to learn to catch the ball in key situations. He hasn’t done that yet. At least Godwin did it in a game winner and I think Mike is better than him.

    Thata either here or there. This franchise needs to sign JW. Cut half the ints and there we go were a playoff team.

    Mike is talking if JW is coming back releasing his pressure and JW can be relax and the ints will cut down. I have no issues with the ints. Only Madden mobile players care about ints. It’s a no risk it no biscuit system. So if we dont risk the turnovers we dont get it. Got it. Good.

    But these Joebucsfan stat guys for some reason believe numbers are real life. Scratching my head at the moment.

    IF YOU USE STATS YOU DONT KNOW FOOTBALL. Because who care the win the most dont believe in stats man. Its about winning

  26. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    You people, always trying to out ‘right’ one another. Did you ever consider it is a combination of things leading to the picks?

    • Poor, but improving accuracy
    • He needs to become better at reading defenses
    • Some of his picks are on others
    • Many are on him
    • He does stare down receivers

    But there are bright spots.

    • His accuracy on deep throws is immensely improved this year, so apparently you can teach accuracy…since Arians is improving him in that area

    • Winston may have more picks than he ever had before…but he has also had more big moments. That is why the national media started noticing him this year. Just like with Favre, they are starting to believe he might be worth it, even with the picks.

  27. Lamarcus Says:


    If you watch the games its nothing to sell. It is what it

    Jameis Winston sells to the public like no other player ever.

    The Bucs never had a player so polarizing. Ever. He is the most interesting players to ever be in the league in the history of NFL.

  28. Lamarcus Says:


    Your right man. Every outlet has change course and siding that JW is one of the entertaining man on the planet.

    You can put 100 men a room and you’ll have 110 different opinions about him…..and everyone of them would be right.

  29. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    Isn’t wins a stat?

  30. Richbucsfan Says:

    BL did a good job as far as he is an apprentice at this point. Regarding Winston, is he coachable? I go back and forth on this. I remember Jimbo Fisher screaming at him with limited results. I see the offensive coaches in a huddle with him with limited results. The question remains, is he coachable?

  31. Buc727 Says:

    If you would actually look at JW’s stats, before this season, he had never threw more than 18 picks in a season. He had averaged 14.5 interceptions a season. So, there is more to no risk it no biscuit than what meets the eye.

  32. Bobby Says:

    PriMech54 is absolutely right, at least 10 of those picks are not on Jameis. There’s still too many that are on him but if those can be reduced I see us being a playoff team for sure next year. Not ready to quit on Winston yet. He has heart and a will to win and the picks are the only thing standing between him being an elite QB.

  33. D1 Says:


    You make some excellent points. However, there’s points on the other side that are valid. Which is precisely what winston is, he has tremendous highs and equally tremendous lows. We tend to view him by how much importance we individually place on the highs or the lows.

    Here’s some info on the lows, I believe we all know the highs, that paint a more complete picture of the lows.

    Comp %
    (League ranking #28)

    Pressure comp %

    Clean comp %

    Accuracy rating

    Interceptable balls

    Danger throws

    QB rating

    Fumbles lost

    Money throws


    While there’s an argument to be made that a certain number of interceptions are not his fault entirely , there’s an argument to be made that the numbers wouldn’t be substantially different if the opposing team didnt drop throws , came down with the ball, or in general made plays on the ball that in most cases they do make.

    I’m not going to put much into the dropped Intercept interceptable balls or anything else that’s based on what ifs. On the other side, I don’t parse the actual interceptions for number of interceptions that a receiver caused. Why, because there’s no stat that records that information.

    I not saying it’s not relevant, rather that it doesn’t exist outside the team’s coaching staff and their own evaluation of the play. Unfortunately, fans are not privy to that information. Yes, there’s press conference information about a particular play but I see far too many fans believing that what the coaches say in public is the truth in how they see it behind closed doors.

    The stats I listed when combined clearly demonstrate that the interceptions are not as easily fixed as we believe. There’s simply too much data to ignore.
    Can they be reduced, certainly.

    At this point, Personally I don’t think it’s the best side to focus on. Production is the offset for interceptions and winston has 100% proven he’s capable of ramping up his passing yds and TD’S. A significant reduction in turnovers is a gamble. There’s no reason other than wishful thinking to believe it. Why, Winston hasn’t proven it yet. He has proven he can rack up yards and TD’S. So I would bet on improved production vs significantly reducing turnovers.

  34. geno711 Says:

    By the way, you and I may disagree on what throwing to a spot may mean. Because there are a lot of QB’s that throw to lead a guy then just throw to a spot.

    I do not perceive Tom Brady has ever been a quarterback that throws to a spot. He works meticulously on perfectly leading his receivers on 7 on 7 drills. Watch those drills just an hour before game time. He is not throwing to a spot he thinks Julian Edelman is going to be. Instead, he is trying to lead him perfectly so that Edelman can catch with outstretched arms where the corner does not have enough of an angle to even get a hand on the ball.

    I am not trying to change Winston, but Winston throws his guys open relying on their bigger catch radius. That works for him.

    Brady throws his guy open by leading him past the outstretched arms of the defender. Brady throws don’t sail. Jameis’ do sometimes. Higher percentage of badly thrown balls.

    Brees is very close to Brady.

    A quarterback can complete that pass with varying degrees of ball location, either hitting him perfectly in stride, hitting him on his frame for an easy catch, or making his receiver stop to catch an errant pass. True jump balls are completed about 20 percent of the time.

    Quarterbacks influence yards after the catch, as impressive ball placement can allow receivers to catch passes without breaking stride.

  35. Brandon Says:

    BB. You’ve always seemed intelligent so allow me to interject a few things you’ve omitted.

    Winston averages far more air yards than any other QB, except maybe one, in the league. That means he throws the ball further down the field. Long throws, tight windows, it happens. BL’s offense often features four receivers running verticals of 10 yards or more. No easy passes there.

    Also, they do very little to alleviate his opening drive jitters. instead having him firing away at the start.

    On his first and last INTs. Outs are supposed to be run at angles at less than 90 degrees. Watson and Dare ran theirs at 90 or more. Running an out at 75 degrees almost completely erases the chance of the route being undercut.

  36. Losing hope Says:

    Bcuz he’s a turn over machine and that’s what to machines do

  37. geno711 Says:

    Interceptable balls

  38. geno711 Says:

    On his last interception, there were 5 receivers. 3 receivers were running short patterns to just get a 1st own on the 3rd and 2. Houston put the corner on Dare. They had a linebacker covering OJ Howard over the middle. OJ was wide open and it was the easiest throw.

    OJ probably would not have been able to get out of bounds but it would have moved the chains. The play was available. I think other quarterbacks would have read the easier match up on OJ Howard (Brees and Brady) and moved the chains.

    Receivers were open all game long in Houston. Jameis missed them a bunch. Give Leftwich and the receivers credit. They did a good job.

  39. D1 Says:

    Another thing to consider,

    Winston vs bottom 12 defense

    Attps/281 comp/178 comp% 63.3.
    Tds/ints 16-13

    Vs average pass defense

    Attps/285 comp/169 comp% 59.3
    tds/ints 14-12

    Vs top 10 defense

    Attps/36 comp/20 comp% 55.6
    TD’s /ints 1-3


    The better the defense the worse the play.
    Lots of production vs avg and below defense.

    How does this project into a playoff caliber team?

  40. D1 Says:

    A QB that throws to a spot doesn’t need to stare down a reciever.

  41. 1sparkybuc Says:

    Give Jameis decent protection and the interceptions will go down. Give Jameis a decent ground attack, so that the whole offense is not just on him, and the interceptions will go down. He’s never going to be Aaron Rodgers accurate, and some of the interceptions will always be on him. The fact remains this offense is setting franchise season records in their first season in a new scheme with new coaches at every position. It’s a new system for all of them, not just Jameis. There will be new records for points scored and for passing yards, as well as total yards, I believe. I could be wrong about that last one. Testaverde will retain the season record for interceptions. I want to see what this offense can do in their second season with this system.

  42. David Says:

    There’s a whole lot of people really going deep into a lot of statistics. The stat that says he plays worse against better defenses… I’m pretty sure almost every quarterback in the history of the NFL, over time, plays worse against better defenses.

    Anyway, stay overkill. Football is not sabermetrics like baseball. There is an instinct. It was way more feel.
    Jameis can throw for 300 yards a game and 3 touchdowns and 1 interception every week. The only thing stopping him right now are 4-5 decisions a game. Once in a while it’s a bad throw, usually it’s a decision. There’s absolutely no reason that cannot change.
    Marino and Favre and Elway cut down on theirs.
    Stable coaching and the same OC and system year in and year out helps tremendously.
    The Buccaneers have not been stable.

    Whether he likes it or not, they need to franchise him for one year. Give him one more year with Leftwich and Arians.
    See if he can put up 30+ tds and 13 ints or less.

  43. David Says:

    Oh- and another lineman and a running game.

    Those couple of things will knock off about 6-7 ints alone.

  44. Nole4JabooANDdBucs Says:

    I agree 1Sparkybuc!

  45. bojim Says:

    Because NOBODY can get through to Jameis. And I’m a fan.

  46. geno711 Says:

    1sparkybuc Says:
    December 26th, 2019 at 10:06 pm
    Give Jameis decent protection and the interceptions will go down. Give Jameis a decent ground attack, so that the whole offense is not just on him, and the interceptions will go down.

    He had good protection all Houston game. All sacks were on him and not on the O Line in the 2nd half. The announcers were screaming for him to get rid of the ball. Silly to think that whole offense is on Jameis. The receivers have been the best part of this offense all year. NOT THE QB.

  47. geno711 Says:

    Accuracy rating

  48. Bucsfan951 Says:

    OH LAMARCUS…. smdh. Here’s one of your posts from earlier “ Damn those high expectations what were yall life goals? I hope to hear from doctors, surgeons, and presidents and business owners not the usual guy who wants to judge athletes but cant “catch” a break in the fast food.”

    News flash slick! Business is numbers. I am no doctor, surgeon or president but I am an ex business owner and let me tell you kid, ITS ALL ABOUT THE NUMBERS!!! You can’t go very far when you’re giving up the ball on average more than 2 times a game. Now, become a business owner and then come back and tell me what do you think about numbers… SMART GUY!

  49. Deez days Says:

    Yawn …. y’all blind as fans backing jameis … your words make no sense like jameis INTs lmao

  50. Stanglassman Says:

    Isn’t this the same thing Winston said that everyone found so controversial. I guess Jameis was also referring to the draft status, position and team expectations. Oh and that they are both black Qbs that seem to be held to a higher standard. I hope that last part doesn’t trigger anybody.

  51. jjbucfan Says:

    I love how you people forget we had the worst defense in the league for the first 10 games. Our defense has played better the last few weeks so the Jameis is responsible for all of our losses. That Giant game in week 3 was a season killer. We would have had so much momentum and instead when we missed the kick you could see our heads hit the floor. Oh no here we go again. Gay righted his ship. Our defense did not until week 9 or 10. Our Running Game is crap, I put it on our O-Line, Joe puts it on the running backs. Either way, it has to be fixed. RoJo has about 200 yards more if Dotson was gone. This is in penalties alone. He got 2 20+ runs called back with holding penalties and the freaking plays were run to the Left side. This is why I blame the line more than the RBs. This and the fact our RBs were constantly hit in the backfield. Joe will say they have to make the first guy miss, this is true and many times they did, only to be swallowed up by 3 more guys. Idiots can blame Jameis all they want and he does have his warts, but he will break 5000 yards this something only a handful other NFL QBs have EVER done, while throwing 30+ TDs and yes 28 Ints.+. We improve a minimum of 2 games in the first year of a new offensive and defensive system. Our ST overall still sucks but Gay will be fine. If we draft another DBack in the first round, I’ll freaking lose it. We need a RT with a first round grade. After that draft BPA, I don’t care what position it is (except TE, lol). We still need a Center to eventually replace Jensen, DEs and DT to replace Suh whether that is next year or in 2 years.

  52. D1 Says:


    “I think it’s about 50-50,” Arians said when asked how much of Winston’s mistakes are correctable versus those just being who he is. “The corrections have been made, but the results aren’t happening.”

  53. D1 Says:


    The defense has improved here’s some stats complied by a fan and posted at pp.

    –Over the past seven games the defense is putting up the following numbers (where that would rank in the NFL this year is in parentheses): 308.1 yards per game (6th), 58.9 percent completion percentage (2nd), 6.4 yards per pass (4th), 3.2 yards per carry (1st), 3.1 sacks per game (5th) and forcing 2.0 turnovers per game (4th).

    —Unfortunately, they are giving up 24.1 points per game (20th), but would only be giving up 15.9 points per game (2nd) if you removed the 58 points (8.3 per game) on 10 scoring drives that they have given up after the offense turned it over in their own territory (or threw a pick-6).

    If the defense finishes strong this weekend , then we’ve had half the season with a top 10 defense.

  54. 1sparkybuc Says:

    Somebody has to tell our kick returners to stop catching the ball inside the 5 yard line. We’re losing field position. Let the ball go. geno711, when I was a little younger than Jameis I spent several weeks with a cast up to my elbow for a fractured thumb. Jameis has no cast and only he knows what effect this has had on his ability to accurately throw a football. Only he knows the pain he has endured. Drew Brees missed several games early in the season with his thumb. Jameis missed one series. No matter what, Jameis doesn’t quit. I like that in a QB.

  55. unbelievable Says:

    PriMech54 Says:
    December 26th, 2019 at 6:17 pm
    Truth is, Jameis does some boneheaded stuff but he’s also experienced some of the most unlucky picks I have ever seen.


    Yup, a lotta truth to that. Boneheaded + unlucky is usually a losing combo though, lol.

    Also, I LOVE that quote from Evans! Get healthy young man and let’s tear it up next season!