The Perfect Replacement

January 25th, 2020

Jameis 2.0?

It is no shock for Joe to type that quite a few Bucs fans cannot wait for Mr. Entertainment, America’s Quarterback, Pro Bowler Jameis Winston, to pack up and move.

Hell, many of these same folks were ready for Jameis to move before he moved to the area to begin with.

So if, as some believe, the Bucs are hellbent on running off the best quarterback in their franchise history (Jameis) because he is a free agent, what better quarterback to replace him with than this Jordan Love of Utah State?

Why would he be the perfect replacement? Because good guy Mike Tanier of Bleacher Report believes Love is a Jameis clone in some ways.

Per Tanier, Love is an intoxicating talent that is part Pat Mahomes and, for comedic and drama and entertainment purposes, part Bad Jameis.

Love has a long way to go before he even approaches Mahomes’ platform. But the similarities make Love the most intriguing wild card in this year’s quarterback class: a player with All-Pro tools and upside but a knack for some of the worst interception sprees this side of Jameis Winston’s blooper reel.

Later, Tanier admits Love is a “no-brainer” high pick because his high is Mahomes and his low could be the Good Jameis (you know, the 5,000 yards passing and 33 touchdowns).

If the Bucs have already decided to walk away from Jameis, why not sign new Florida resident Phillip Rivers, the original Jameis (no stranger to picks, only older and immobile) and draft this Love?

The Utah State product will not find better and more experienced QB coaches to groom him (Bucco Bruce Arians, Clyde Christensen, Tom Moore). And after, say two years with Rivers, Love will be ready to step in as the Bucs starter.

That is, if you think the 2020 version of Rivers is actually better than Jameis.

102 Responses to “The Perfect Replacement”

  1. Onetrickpony Says:

    So far they havent made a decision on JW so all of this is premature

  2. Hodad Says:

    Joe, I wanted the Bucs to draft Jameis. I wanted him to succeed. I stuck by him during Uber, and wanted the Bucs to pick up his 5th year. Joe, I’m done. Bring in a Dalton, or Rivers, draft this kid, or another, I don’t care. Just do it.

  3. Dreghost Says:

    So this guy is better than Teddy Bridgewater right now? Heck while we are at it let’s kick the tires on tayson hill as well lol

  4. Sport Says:

    I’d be all in on a plan like this. Even if we keep JW. Rounds 2-3 get Dline and Oline.

    JW is super coachable, a warrior and hard worker. It’s just that little thing called situational football, he stinks at it. Sure, there are some good plays in there, but he has 2 boneheaded plays for each good. And they are catastrophic.

    Can’t win multiple playoff games and SB with that trait. Regardless if the rest of the team is perfect.

    In BA I Trust!

  5. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Drafting Love makes sense….but, unless we save several millions on Rivers….I’d go with a cheaper FA replacement……Any FA would be a short term insertion.

  6. Pewter power Says:

    Yea fans are crazy lol let’s run off the guy that broke all of jush Freeman’s records.

  7. Chesapeake Bucco Says:

    Not happening. I would not say that BA doesn’t care about 3 years from now (as he hopes to have one of his assistants take over when he quits for good, but he wants to win now, and Rivers is over the hill, does not throw a great long ball, and does not win playoff games. It will be JX on the Transition Tag. Book it. All this clamor is wasted breath. Aint gonna be no Rivers, aint gonna be no Love. Stop it already.

  8. Dewey Selmon Says:

    Will be watching him closely today during the senior bowl. His highlights weren’t that impressive at Utah St.

  9. Chesapeake Bucco Says:

    and why would anyone want another interception machine? this time, an unproven one? No effing way, makes zero sense, Tanier.

  10. Bradinator Says:

    Not a fan of Love…for exactly the reason in the article. Turnovers. He’s also a little to jittery in the pocket. His numbers fell this past season, which could have been due to losing his top receiver. Of course that’s indicative of maybe the WRs were making him before and now the real him is showing up. He has a lot of “potential” but he isn’t the one for us.

  11. BigHog Says:

    FAMOUS is the leader we need on this team!

  12. Buczilla Says:

    Jameis is better than Rivers, but not by a huge amount. I wouldn’t be heartbroken if they dumped Jameis, signed Rivers, and drafted this Love dude, but I’d rather give Jameis one last chance.

  13. Swampbuc Says:

    None of that is happening but someone has to write something to attempt to stimulate interest. And Utah State sucks.

  14. Defense Rules Says:

    Obviously none of us know what ALTERNATIVES might be available to the Bucs as this QB situation progresses. BUT by the time the 2020 draft gets here, surely the Bucs QB situation for this year will be resolved (either Jameis or some other veteran).

    Question in my mind is ‘Would BA be willing to use a high Round pick on a project QB like Love when he’ll obviously have a number of other high-priority NEEDS?’ Little things like a OLine, DLine, RB, Safety (we have very little depth in any of those areas RIGHT NOW). I don’t think he will.

    However, if a ‘non-project’ QB was available when we pick (especially at #14 in the 1st Round), I think he MIGHT very well pull the trigger. Someone like Love; possibly Tua or Eason. But Love, even in a later round? I ‘love’ what Walter Football wrote about him: “His field vision being painfully bad. He consistently locks his eyes on his primary read and does not move them away. He stares down targets and does not look off defenders.” Does that not sound familiar?

  15. Jonzey Says:

    We need to keep Winston

  16. Defense Rules Says:

    Oohh, make that “someone like HERBERT” not Love.

  17. Joe in Michigan Says:

    May I respectfully ask why you’d replace Jameis with a QB who is known for staring down receivers and interceptions (from what I’ve read anyway)? That’d be the same as replacing Peyton Barber with a RB who’d average 3.1 yards per carry.

  18. Tbbucs3 Says:

    So what are our options at QB outside of the NFLs #1 passing leader?

    1. Free agency scraps
    2. Draft scraps

    Got it. Sounds like we need to move on.

  19. Tbbucs3 Says:

    I’d be more open to moving on from Jameis if there was a nice shinny object like Burrow or Tua waiting in the wings. But there’s not. Not even close this year.

  20. Jean Lafitte Says:

    Why? …Why would we want to jump from the frying pan into the fire? Makes no sense at all. The last thing we need is a Jameis clone. Jacob Eason is the one we should target unless of course we make a play for Joe Burrows.

  21. SteelStudBuc Says:

    @Pewter Power

    Haha yes he shattered Josh Freeman’s records. The mighty Josh Freeman.

  22. BrianBucs Says:


    Are you in total denial or have you been living under a rock?
    The MAJORITY of Bucs fans want Winston out of here. Your own poll even showed more fans want him to go than for him to stay
    Signing a veteren QB to be The bridge to your future starter would be a wise option for the Bucs.
    Kind of like when Alex Smith was the bridge for Patrick Mahomes and we all see how that has worked out

  23. TexBuc Says:

    When drafting you draft on potential ceiling of a player. I still would not give up on Winston, but I do respect BA’s decision the next QB.

  24. Tbbucs3 Says:


    “Kind of like when Alex Smith was the bridge for Patrick Mahomes and we all see how that has worked out”

    So all we have to do is draft the next Pat Mahomes? Where is the Pat Mahomes tree? We should totally get one of those.

  25. Beeej Says:

    Rivers is dink and dunk at best

  26. Tye Says:

    So basically the same mindset that thought drafting Jameis, in spite of his TO prone play, was a good idea and will likely be the same attribute that gets him sent packing, is a good reason to draft his replacement… Starting to see why the team is losers for the majority of its existence…
    No wander this team struggles to find a quality NFL caliber QB!

  27. Jean Lafitte Says:


    I don’t think (((((4615))))) total yards is dink and dunk

  28. Tbbucs3 Says:


    You guys are hilarious. So yards matter all of a sudden when it’s Phillip Rivers but not for Jameis? I see.

  29. Chesapeake Bucco Says:

    Defense Rules, answer to your question: No, BA has said as much many times.

  30. Stevebobucsfan Says:

    Hodad, I ve felt the same way but do you think it’s a bad idea that I would like to see what Jameis does with 1 more year under Arians. If so I do hope and think Arians will have someone on staff to move right in if Jameis falters

  31. Jean Lafitte Says:


    I never said yards did or didn’t matter. I just said 4615 is hardly dink and dunk

  32. Marine Buc Says:

    I’m fine bringing Winston back for a one year deal (franchise/transition tag). If Winston can lower his turnovers with similar production I would love for him to be here. I’m not sure Winston will play on a one year deal. If other teams are interested in his services it may get interesting. I am very curious to see what teams are willing to make him an offer.

  33. Pryda...Sec147 Says:

    So happy most of you aren’t the GM we keeping jameis fools

  34. Anonymous Says:

    Love, Herbert or Eason, bye Jameis.

  35. Jean Lafitte Says:

    Marine Buc

    Those 2 first round compensation picks for Jameis if someone offers him a contract are intriguing as well. That would give us some serious ammo to move up to get Burrows.

  36. Ocala Says:

    If the Bucs want a rookie QB I’d much rather the Bucs tank for Trevor Lawrence.

  37. stpetebucsfan Says:

    “this side of Jameis Winston’s blooper reel.”

    This is NOT someone here at JBF but he certainly understands the frustration.

    Our QB does get some national “run” but for what? Lots of yards…lot’s of blooper real material and worst of all…lots of losses!

    This guy clearly knows nothing about the Bucs and “blameless”…or…he would realize how many of those passes were tipped or deflected, how bad the OL is at protecting “blameless”, how many receivers ran the wrong routes…nobody seems to get! OK snark font off now.

  38. Buccernutter Says:


    It’s about half and half. certainly not the majority. Most polls I’ve seen, it’s actually like 60% either franchise or long term vs 40% let go.

  39. Tampa Bay Demon Says:

    I have to say,
    As intriguing as Jordan Love sounds…

    Doesn’t it feel like…
    If we draft this kid, we are all in for 5 more years of Pro QB vs Anti QB wars???

  40. Cobraboy Says:

    I dunno. Love seems to throw off his back foot a lot, and many passes seem to flat.

    That may work in the Mountain West, but I’m skeptical for the NFL regardless of coaching.

    I like Eason much more.

    And I’m with Hodad. I’ve supported Winston even though criticizing him. I held my nose on Uber and eating W’s. I was fine with the 5th year option, hoping BA could fix him.

    But I am exhausted with Jameis Christ.

  41. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    Dreghost Says
    “So this guy is better than Teddy Bridgewater right now?”

    You are assuming Bridgewater will even be available. He won’t be. The Saints will groom him as heir.

  42. Jean Lafitte Says:

    Even at 50/50 or 40/60 it’s a terrible testament into Jameis’s polarization of the fanbase. Clearly Tampa Bay has a QB controversy and it’s affecting attendance.

  43. Tampa Bay Demon Says:

    ^^ Jean, I can’t argue with your last point.

    Jameis has been one of the most polarizing players in the history of the NFL.

  44. Space Coast Justin Says:

    Sign Jameis.

  45. Buc1987 Says:

    Bonzai…Teddy’s going to cost some money to keep and that won’t do the Saints any good as far as getting back to the post-season and or SB before Brees is done.

    You don’t know that he’s the heir to anything….

    Well see!

  46. Tampa Bay Demon Says:

    I do know that Terry Bradshaw was pretty close to being that polarizing in his first few years as a Pittsburgh Steeler.

    Some fans thought he was awful and stupid, and that he would never win more than 3 or 4 games. They wanted him gone.

    Other fans thought he had a strong arm, great football sense & the “it” factor that could lead them to the playoffs.

    At that time, anyway, they were as divided as we are.

  47. Buc1987 Says:

    Jean Lafitte…so you’re saying if they get rid of Winston….fans will come back to Ray Jay?

    You believe that huh?

    Not wins?

    They’ve been losing long before Winston got here.

    I’m not holding my breath that they magically get better once Winston’s gone.

  48. 541BucsFan Says:

    We all love the small town hero. I don’t see franchise QB in Love. A few 8 year starters at OT and DL in R1.

  49. Bucs Guy Says:

    I saw him play 4 times including his bowl game (Mountain West alum) and I wouldn’t touch him until day 3 as a project. He will be the QB who drops in the draft. He may still be a late 1st or early 2nd pick, but no way I draft him at 14. I believe his 2019 performance is more reflective of who he is than his 2019 performance. His highest potential is backup.

    Poor decisions both on and off the field (drugs), inconsistent and uncertainty as to how much he loves the game/willing to do the work. Gets by on his athletic ability. I don’t think he’s JW 2.0; I think he’s Josh Freeman 2.0.

  50. MadMax Says:

    Ive got a new one….Anthony Gordon, Washington st. QB….Im liking this kid.

    Love, Herbert, Eason……or Gordon!

    Could probably grab Gordon with a trade back into the 2nd. Love and Herbert are gone by the time we pick at 14.

  51. Tampa Bay Demon Says:

    Bucs Guy Says:
    “I believe his 2019 performance is more reflective of who he is than his 2019 performance.”


    Wow…… your comment really does make him sound like a Jameis clone.

    LOL, just playin. — I know it was a typo.

    But you have to admit…. it’s just like Jameis!

  52. Bucs Guy Says:

    So here’s a thought. If the Bucs don’t sign JW, what would it take to trade for 35 year old, coming off an injury Alex Smith from the Redskins? He has 2 years left on his contract ($21.4M and $23.4M). The Redskins are moving on to Haskins. Maybe Washington pays part of his salary and Bucs draft a young QB. Redskins picked up Smith 2 years ago for a 3rd rd and A CB.

    Just a thought

  53. Tampa Bay Demon Says:

    ^^^ Alex Smith just isn’t a very good fit for B.A.’s offense, I don’t believe. He is too much a short range type of thrower.

  54. Jean Lafitte Says:

    Buc1987 says
    …so you’re saying if they get rid of Winston….fans will come back to Ray Jay?

    All things being equal? ..yes to answer your question. It would infuse a neglected fanbase with a new hero to root for, instead of that queasy feeling everyone gets at the game while opposing fans are going nuts everytime Jameis starts throwing out candy like he’s marching in the Gasparilla parade… Nothing worse than watching the enemy gloat on your own turf.

  55. Dan Says:

    With so many quarterbacks available it makes no sense to keep Jaymiss. He’s been awful for 5 years and the fact that he can throw tons of meaningless touchdowns in losses he causes is not a reason to make us watch his garbage anymore.

  56. Tampa Bay Demon Says:

    Jean Lafitte Says:
    “Nothing worse than watching the enemy gloat on your own turf.”


    That is nothing new for us.
    We have been dealing with that for most of 40+ years…. long before Jameis Winston.

  57. Chris Says:

    Everyone who keeps saying BA wants to win now so let’s keep jameis- who says you can win with Jameis? His turnover issues date back to Florida state and people think after 5 years in the nfl, they’ve only gotten worse.
    So what makes you think you can win with Winston? The proof isn’t in the pudding.

    Hell im not even a fan in this but it’s proven you can win with mariota lol and that’s not saying much.

    You can win with rivers , Teddy, Tom Brady if he shows the interest. Etc. dalton. You name it.

    Jameis doesn’t know how to manage a football game. With him it’s all or nothing /negative throws. There’s no dump offs or looking to a second read.

  58. MadMax Says:

    Tom Brady, TB to TB…yeah thats right!

    —-trade down our 1st…C Tyler Biadasz after a trade down to 18-22
    —-trade down our 2nd…Safety Kyle Dugger
    —-trade back into 2nd…QB Anthony Gordon
    3rd RB Zack Moss or ? at rb
    RT/LT/RG Ben Bartch 4th
    RT Robert Hunt 5th
    RB Patrick Taylor 6th

  59. Im tired and 87 is right Says:

    Do not let Jameis go. I want to see him with a real defense for an entire season. This could be our time why turn it back upside down again when we are almost there. Go Bucs! Go Jameis!

  60. Tbbucs3 Says:

    So some people would rather have a 35 year old career average game manager in Alex Smith coming off one of the most gruesome leg injuries in NFL history than Jameis Winston?

    Some of you folks are delusional, seriously.

    Some of you people act like Nathan Peterman is our quarterback and we’re in a desperate situation at QB. We’re fine at the quarterback position delusional people. This team has other issues to worry about.

  61. Chris Says:

    Why do people label QBs game managers as if it’s a bad thing? Peyton Manning said it best that every QB needs to be a good game manager.

    If Winston was good at managing the game, bucs would have been in the playoffs this year.

  62. geno711 Says:

    A lot of people on this site have a lot more knowledge about B.A. then I do.

    Examples, 1 thru 8:

    1. B.A. will not want to develop a young quarterback because of his age (sounds like it could be true but is there some strong quote for that from him).
    2. B.A. because Carson Palmers 2nd full season was the one that he did best and he cut down on turnovers that is exactly what will happen with Jameis. Other than Carson Palmer has that been the history with every other quarterback with B.A. What about the fact that Carson had all new receivers and teammates his first year at Arizona compared to Jameis who had his top two receivers and top two tight ends from the previous year.
    3. B.A has a particular passing style offense and it is exactly what we saw this past year at Tampa and that he is not going to adapt his offense. This seems absurd. The one thing we learned in the NFL is that offenses in this league are always adapting. He has superior offenses at multiple stops and I am sure there were some similarities but a lot of differences as well.
    4. For some reason, B.A. will not like Philip Rivers.
    5. For some reason, B.A. will not like Teddy Bridgewater.
    6. For some reason, B.A. will not like Ryan Tannehill.
    7. For some reason, B.A. will not like Alex Smith.
    8. For some reason, B.A. will not like Andy Dalton.

    I tend to think that the most likely thing is for Jameis to be back but all of these prognosticators apparently perfectly understand B.A. after one season and who he will like and not like.

    Just like if Jameis becomes a free agent, all it takes is one team to like him for him to get a good contract that I am sure that he wants and Jameis is on another team.

    The same holds true for all the potential free agents- it is not how you project whether they will fit behind our running game or our offensive line, how they throw the deep ball or how they manage a game.

    All B.A. has to do is project one of these other quarterbacks as being potentially more successful than Jameis Winston for him to want to move on.

  63. JP_09 Says:

    I don’t know why everyone is so worried about the QB situation. We still have no answer for the most important question this offseason. Are we getting new uniforms? Get your priorities straight people

  64. Tbbucs3 Says:


    “If Winston was good at managing the game, bucs would have been in the playoffs this year”

    So a game manager this year wouldve beat the Rams who scored 40 on us? The Seahawks who scored 40 on us? The Panthers who scored 37? The Giants who scored 32? I can keep going if you want.

    So ill change it for you…….If the Bucs defense would have gotten their crap together in the 1st half of the season, then the Bucs would have been in the playoffs this year.

  65. Jean Lafitte Says:

    geno711 says

    Just like if Jameis becomes a free agent, all it takes is one team to like him for him to get a good contract that I am sure that he wants and Jameis is on another team.
    Sweet Jesus, if only that could happen we would receive two 1st round draft picks. Those two 1st round picks added with our 1st round pick gives us a lot of ammo going into the draft. Bet Cinci would think hard about three 1st round picks in exchange for their #1 pick.

  66. Jean Lafitte Says:

    correction* you said FA I meant if they tag Jameis

  67. geno711 Says:

    Remember guys, no other quarterback could possibly intrigue Bruce Arians.

    He would not want:
    Philip Rivers
    Teddy Bridgewater
    Alex Smith
    Ryan Tannehill
    Andy Dalton
    Tom Brady

    Because there is too much wrong with our running game or our offensive line.

    He would not want:
    Justin Herbert
    Jordan Love
    Jacob Eason
    Jake Fromm
    Jalen Hurt

    Because he is too old and does not want to spend time developing a quarterback and he will refuse to adjust his scheme.

  68. Cobraboy Says:

    Tbbucs83, a “game manager” is not independent of “aggressive.”

    The difference is a reduced number dumba$$, boneheaded, game-changing plays.

  69. MadMax Says:

    @Jean, thats my only other idea….sell the farm and get Burrow. We could actually afford that. Still need a RT and a RB, but yeah, if it really is all about WIN NOW, “NO RISK-IT NO BISQUIT”

    SCREW THE 2020/2021 DRAFT! WE GOOD!! TRADE IT ALL!!!!!!

  70. Ndog Says:

    Do you guys ever wonder why the media ALWAYS focuses on the negatives with Jameis yet completely ignore anything positive? When Jameis plays a game in week 6 like Lamar Jackson did in the PLAYOFFS he would have been killed by the national media. Yet Lamar Jackson didn’t get hammered at all, in fact it was basically ignored all together. Now ask yourself if the media is trying to and in some cases accomplishing to create your opinion of certain players? The answer is of course they are and some of you are the suckers that fall for it. So freaking weak minded.

  71. SteveK Says:


    Lamar Jackson has made the playoffs twice.

    Lamar Jackson is mvp this year.

    Lamar has 35 TDs and 6 INTs

    Lamar broke Michael vick’s single season QB rushing record.

    Lamar is a beast! Makes about 1/5 or 20% of the mistakes James does.

  72. JGhoti86 Says:

    So you’re gonna get rid of Jameis, whose only issue is turnovers, for a guy who needs time to develop and had almost 20 INT’s in only 11 or 12 games?


  73. Ndog Says:

    Yep SteveK and the two times teams have made him throw what happened? Yeah that’s what I thought, again you’re proving how CLUELESS you are.

    What he faces in the playoffs Jameis has had to deal with for five full years.

  74. catcard202 Says:

    The best fit in this Draft for BA’s vertical passing attach is Justin Herbert. If he finishes off the SR Bowl Game the way he dominated SR Bowl practices in front of the entire NFL scouting community, the Bucs better be willing to part ways with a ton of 2020/2021 picks to move into #3-4 to get him. (Not Happening)

    Love on the other hand, may be there @ #14 & does have some skills that can’t be taught…He has the arm to make all the throws…But are you drafting a Mahomes-like gunslinger w/ arm talent & game play positives that vastly out weigh the negatives…Or are you drafting Jeff George??

    Sr. Bowl will give us a good look at what both QB’s futures could look like. Just doubt either ends up in a Bucs uniform in 2020.

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

    Don’t know anything about him other than draft guide bio’s…

  76. Jive Turkey Says:

    Let’s just grab Jacob Eaton and stop bullish!ting!

  77. WestChap Says:

    Senior Bowl is proving Bucs are in a “can’t lose” position… finally! Herbert and Love have impressed… as have Jones at OT and Kinlaw at DT. When you add in all the higher ranked QB/OT/DLs as well as factor in the teams looking for WR, we should definitely get one of these 4 at #14… and we have ammo in picks and players if the brain trust feels like we need to move up a little to get “The Guy” whoever he is.

    Bottom line: we can make whatever personnel decisions the team feels are best for FAs at QB, OT and DL… and then take an elite prospect at a position of need in the draft without either FA or Draft dictating a single course of action at any one position.

    I’d love to see a vet not named Jameis signed at QB alongside Gabbert, a trade involving OJ and a Day 2 pick for Trent Williams… and then see which of the 4 above are available at 14… the QBs may be the most valuable but (as we know) you just never know. If team decides to keep JW and/or we lose Suh (please no) Kinlaw looks like a nice consolation prize. Getting Williams should be VERY high priority no matter who is QB and I’d still do if it even if requires something like trading Donovan instead of OJ… but then we prioritize Jones. Lots of possibilities.

  78. T REX Says:

    When I think of the NFL passing leader I was always looked at efficiency first. I always have so this whole yardage thing is kinda odd to me. Yardage rarely equals wins in fact the opposite if you look at the stats. It seems like the Winston knob gobblers are pre-occupied with yards. Morons. Losers. I’ve never seen a bunch of psychos want a guy with 29 wins over 5 seasons so bad. I swear you’re all living in mom’s basement wearing your moth eaten, grease stained 2013 fsu title t shirts while watching a dvd of the year’s highlights. Losers. He’s your last connection to a once winning program. Let it go.

  79. Howard Cosell Says:

    Could t-maax have been any more spot on?
    Typical glaser move. All aboard the glaser retirement plan. It’s the best ion the league!
    Bring in washed up vet on the cheap. Use name recognition to fool casual fans.
    Continue to have empty stadium because no one is fooled. Care less about empty stadium and collect tv revenue. Rinse and repeat.

    Roger Goodell:
    Clearly you can see the glaser siblings taking advantage of NFL rules and tarnishing it’s product

  80. Howard Cosell Says:

    *Taking advantage of NFL profit sharing rules to be specific

  81. T REX Says:

    ndog, why do you make excuse after excuse for Jameis? You family? A friend? You a loser? Anyone with a brain KNOWS that 30 picks is garbage no matter how many yards you throw for…why stick up for a loser? You’ll never win with turnovers in today’s NFL. This isn’t the ACC where you could get away with throwing 4 picks and winning games. Wake up dude. I’m starting to feel sorry for you. You’re obviously in love or something.

  82. Howard Cosell Says:

    Scheme glaser! Not as bad as Hugh Culverhouse!

  83. Howard Cosell Says:

    That’s high praise!

  84. Ndog Says:

    WestChap Says:
    January 25th, 2020 at 2:45 pm
    Senior Bowl is proving Bucs are in a “can’t lose” position… finally! Herbert and Love have impressed

    More anti Jameis delusion, K be has literally not completely a pass yet but he has “impressed”. Dude you are making your CLUELESS breathern look even worse than normal.

  85. Ndog Says:

    Not K, Love, freaking phone.

  86. SteveK Says:


    You are clueless. Jameis is inefficient with the ball he can go. Turnover margin. More turnovers than touchdowns. Unacceptable. And before you excuse the turnovers rallied to Jameis that are clearly not his fault, I will argue they average out with dropped INTs, or INTs negated to penalty.

  87. SteveK Says:

    What’s impressive is paying a rookie salary and a veteran on a team friendly deal. Screw paying the franchise tag to turnover machine.

  88. unbelievable Says:

    What an idiotic idea.

    Mike Tannier… ah well I guess that makes sense

  89. Craig Says:

    I would prefer Fromm over Love. Love has more arm strength than Fromm, but his accuracy is nowhere close. The last two seasons Fromm has thrown twenty something touchdowns each season with only 5 interceptions per year.

    Love has 10 interceptions this year.

    Fromm is also a better game manager.

    Trade down in the first round and pick best fitting QB. Gain a second second round pick. Draft Xavier MacKinney at safety and a RT that can run block.

    Third round get an RB.

  90. Hamsadwitchtime Says:

    His low is the good Jameis.. really JOE! Good Jameis is a top 5 QB

  91. Big Stinky Says:


    Thanks for pointing out the difference in picks. The article saying he goes on INT sprees made him sound like you know who but 10 picks ain’t bad I guess. Fromm only threw 5 the last 2 years you say? Outstanding!!! Without watching either of them I would take him too based on that stat alone. Not expecting a reply. Just giving you props.

  92. Mister Negative Nancy Says:

    Jacob Eason looked very good too

  93. ATrain Says:

    Question WHY do y’all think Jamies will all of a sudden change And not throw INT

    He has been here 5 YEARS And gotten worse with INT
    IN FACT speaking of the records he set HE SET A RECORD FOR INT

    But alll of a sudden he will change????? WHy

  94. Craig Says:

    I really mentioned the interceptions because they were too similar to Jameis’ college career. Jameis threw ten in his first year and 18 his second year.

    Love might end up as a star, but it is so questionable. The NFL is an tough place to play and accuracy ir important.

  95. July Joe Says:

    Love’s high may be Mahomes, but his low is a guy like Akili Smith … the dude is RAW as can be!!!!!!!!!!!

    But, it won’t matter, even though he’s raw he’ll probably go no later than #13 to Indy and maybe even higher to the Raiders as Chucky probably can’t wait to dump Carr.

  96. onetrickpony Says:

    no thanks,no love for Love

  97. onetrickpony Says:

    I would prefer Fromm over Love

  98. ancientasbuc Says:

    I see Tony Banks. Just not good enough. 3 will be the QB and should.

  99. Jeagan1999 Says:

    QB Jacob Eason(Wash) in Rd 1.
    RB JK Dobbins(OSU) in Rd 2
    OT Trey Adams(Wash) in Rd 3.
    RB AJ Dillon(BC) in Rd 4.
    Highest rated players the rest of the way.

    Sign a vet QB for 2 years to help mentor Eason. (Bridgewater, etc.)
    Sign Jack Conklin to replace Dotson.
    Re-sign Shaq, JPP and Nassib.
    Dump Peyton Barber and Dare Ogunbowale.
    Sign Godwin to a 5 year extension.

  100. Billyjs3 Says:

    So replace jameis with someone who threw 20+ picks against the star studded hahaha schedule of utah state? No thanks

  101. Cobraboy Says:

    I could buy what Jeagan1999 is selling…

  102. Colorado Says:

    Oh yeah I really want Jordan Love, who wasn’t even first or second team all-conference in the MWC… You know, the one with no relevancy outside Boise State or Air Force (neither of who’s QB was first or second team)?

    And funnily enough, Jordan Love when faced with actual competition in top 25 teams Boise, Air Force, and LSU, he combined for 50-89, 473 yards, 2 TD’s, and 4 INT. For those who care about passer rating that’s a QBR of 59.8 (NFL), and 99.25 (NCAA).

    They lost those games by combined scores of 129-34.

    He’s feasted on the dregs of college football in the MWC- if you can’t have success there you have no business being in the NFL.