Haters Delight

November 16th, 2020

“Bring it, loudmouths.”

Boy, the scripts are already written. But how will it end?

Joe fully understands that a large chunk of Bucs fans could not wait to run Mr. Entertainment, America’s Quarterback, Pro Bowler Jameis Winston, out of town.

They rented apartments in south-central Pasco County near where Jameis lived near the Hillsborough County line. They had the U-Haul trucks gassed up and ready to back up at Jameis’ house. They couldn’t wait to pop the champagne bottles upon his exit.

Well, this same crowd has ample fuel to stoke their hate even more. Because the fate of the Bucs in 2020 may rest in Jameis’ hands.

“But Joe, Jameis doesn’t play for the Bucs. He backs up Drew Brees in New Orleans.”

Joe is fully aware of this. And that’s the point.

For the time being, your new Saints starting quarterback appears to be Jameis. That’s because, per Ian Rapoport and Mike Garafolo of NFL Network, Brees is expected to miss “some time” with a rib contusion.

Brees may also have cartilage damage. Brees suffered the injury yesterday in the Saints’ win over the 49ers.

[T]he Saints are bracing for Brees to miss some time to fully heal, per sources informed of the situation.

Brees has also been dealing with an injury to his throwing shoulder that has limited his practice time in recent weeks.

The results of the MRI will tell the full story, but it appears likely the Saints could sit their veteran QB for at least a game or so to let him recover.

So New Orleans holds its collective breath waiting on Bree’s MRI. Meanwhile in Tampa, the Bucs trail the Saints by a half-game in the NFC South standings and sadly, the Saints hold the tiebreaker over the Bucs. So the Bucs, to win the division, must finish at least a full game ahead of the Saints.

And it all comes down to Jameis. Just like the good ol’ days.

Entertainment? Indeed!

(Joe is just going to guess that WTVT-TV Channel 13, the local FOX affiliate, will broadcast every Saints game the rest of the season that it is allowed to air.)

So, could Jameis stick it to the team and coach who gave up on him after a record-setting season to prevent the Bucs from winning the NFC South? Or will the haters have a jubilee and shower themselves with Big Storm Brewing Bromosa beers to celebrate a Bucs division title?

(Joe understands why Bucs fans would want to take beer showers if the Bucs win the division, but personally, Joe considers that a terrible waste of good beer.)

104 Responses to “Haters Delight”

  1. Jonathan Limpchimpi Says:

    Ever since the above goat show and locker room dance party…things have gotten a bit “unlucky” for the Saints. The 49ers muffing multiple punts and committing untimely penalties let them off the hook yesterday. Should be very interesting indeed.

  2. Chuckstutz Says:

    Saw the game yesterday when jamis came in for Brees.

    His accuracy is scary bad. He was flinging it all over missing each pass by a proverbial mile.

    I was laughing on the inside after seeing How Brady is so accurate. Night and day. We couldn’t ever win with jaboo.

  3. Tampabuscsbro Says:

    It’s not like Jameis played well yesterday. he overthrew slant boy (michael thomas) in the endzone 4 times. and threw into triple coverage once for a dropped interception.

    and for no reason started scrambling and took an untimely sack when he ran directly into his right tackle. It’s not like he was a world beater yesterday.

  4. 813bucboi Says:

    not worried about the saints…

    they’ll choke as usual…

    GO BUCS!!!!

  5. TOM Says:

    TB’s accuracy left something to be desired yesterday. Especially on long balls. Wasn’t even coming close.

  6. Tye Says:

    If you saw the second half of the saints game you saw they ran heavy… As usual Roller Coaster missed some passes and almost threw another int…
    The most interesting to me was they let hill end the last several minutes at qb… Good game plan for future game to keep Roller Coaster from throwing games away with Pick 6!

  7. geno711 Says:

    I think in the New Orleans game, I saw the good and bad of Jameis both.

    He started 6 for 6.

    Then this is the bad part we all remember too:

    1st and goal at 4 yard line.

    Took sack 1st down back to 10. Get rid of the ball dude. A second down from the 4 yard line is still a reasonably easy TD opportunity.
    Took sack 2nd down back to 15.
    (I am sure that the sacks were only the offensive lines fault – but yea Brees only had 10 sacks for the whole season).
    Short completion to 11 yard line on 3rd down. Face mask by defense on receiver. Automatic 1st down and goal, ball at 6.

    1st down run by Kamara for 1 yard
    2nd down pass over thrown to Thomas by Winston
    3rd down time out called when play clock at one – typical wasted timeout but surely it was not Jameis fault either.
    3rd down pass to Thomas over thrown.
    4th down field goal.

    Not making up. He looked bad there.

    He has some skills but when he looks bad it can be an ugly stretch but certainly lets blame the sacks on the offensive line, lets blame the time out on the coaches, lets blame the missed throws on Michael Thomas.

  8. Bucsfanman Says:

    How’s the saying go?

    “You can only control what you can control.”

    All this is is high drama, nothing else.

  9. stpetebucsfan Says:

    I remember the majestic promise of Josh Freeman. He could run over guys ala Cam until they made him stop running…he could throw the ball a mile..an arm like JW…but I remember one game watching him complete a beautiful long spiral on a long TD pass only to come back later and throw a simple swing outlet into the dirt at the feet of an open running back. Wildly inconsistent.

    Pretty much the same thing for JW. He can throw the ball through a wall…if he can hit the broad side of that wall. Still he should do very well with N.O. We saw what they did to our D…we know what Taysom Hill can do…JW is on a VERY GOOD team. Teddy B went 5-1 with this team shouldn’t we expect the same from JW.

    BTW…watching the first half yesterday I understood why BA would have felt comfortable moving from JW to Teddy. Obviously no Brady but a decent NFL QB.

  10. geno711 Says:

    The only thing better on the 1st and goal at the 4 yard line for Jameis is after 1st and 2nd down that Jameis tried to throw to a guy that ran a sloppy/soft route and it was interception returned for a touchdown.

    Some fans would have been saying the interception would not have been Jameis fault, it was the receiver not running the route correctly.

  11. SufferingSince76 Says:

    Jameis will be Jameis if he plays enough. NO won because the Niners special teams were anything but. Funny how 5 years weren’t enough to change him. Why believe he suddenly understands it because he’s been with NO 9 games and played part of one?

  12. Drunkinybor Says:

    Winston is just too clumsy. He
    reminds of a less accomplished clumsier Byron Leftwich.

  13. Buc1987 Says:

    Good he can throw pick 6’s for New Orleans just as well as he did here.

  14. HomerSimpsonRocks Says:

    Popcorn and watching errant passes!

  15. Pete Says:

    Am I the only one who saw TB12 missing open receivers yesterday?

  16. DBS Says:

    Well there is hope for us to win the division then?

  17. D-Rome Says:

    Joe fully understands that a large chunk of Bucs cans could not wait to run Mr. Entertainment, America’s Quarterback, Pro Bowler Jameis Winston, out of town.

    The media or the fans cannot run a player out of town. Jay-Miss ran himself out of town with his inconsistent play on the field along with his record setting turnovers. You probably did not watch the Saints game because you were too busy creating great content for your site (as you always do) so allow me to point out that Taysom Hill’s usage went up sharply once America’s Turnover Machine became the starter. The Saints don’t trust him to win a game for them, nor should they.

  18. Joe Says:


    Joe’s in the middle of writing a story about that. It’s coming soon.

  19. It would serve Buc fan right Says:

    I love my Bucs but boy would it be some sweet revenge for all the haters of the Saints won the SB with Jameis IN Tampa! LMAO How would that taste haters??

  20. SufferingSince76 Says:

    Yes, Brady overthrew 3 wide open receivers, but he connected on the ones that really counted.

  21. ocala Says:

    I was always a Jamies fan, but his reaction after the Saints victory over the Bucs has finally turned me against the guy.

    The small sample to me was that he looks similar to how he was with the Bucs. You can see the guy has great talent, but he is inconsistent and does not read the entire field well. If he is their starting QB over the next six games I would expect him to either go 3-3 or possibly 4-2(considering their upcoming opponents).

  22. chris L Says:

    jameis in the spotlight with the pressure on? i will take my chances. i cant even imagine that guy in the playoffs.

  23. Buc1987 Says:

    It would serve Buc fan right …..THAT’S not going to happen. Your little dream scenario. Jameis ain’t leading the Saints to the SB. In fact I think it will be the exact opposite. Watch them start to lose games and Bucs fans like yourself will still wonder why.

  24. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    This is such great news…although I wish it would have happened a week earlier.

    With Jameis starting, they are almost certain to lose a game or two…and that will give us a lead, so long as Brady stays healthy.

    It’s almost fate.

  25. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Just look at these two monikers and wonder why there may be some hate….stoked…..

    The park-violating, home-invading, NFLPA-ignoring, down-forgetting, jet ski-losing Bucs quarterback

    Mr. Entertainment, America’s Quarterback, Pro Bowler Jameis Winston

    Even giving Joe a pass on the Winston over-glorified moniker….

    It’s hard to imagine not one positive nickname for Brady….

  26. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    D-Rome Says
    “The media or the fans cannot run a player out of town.”

    Unfortunately you are wrong. The media has entirely too much power because of public perception.

  27. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:


    I really don’t see why people care about the monikers either way. I usually just skip over them.

    Just Joe’s way of being funny, and it’s become tradition after so long.

  28. Brad Says:

    I remember it like yesterday. 20 years ago when our Tampa Bay Buccaneers had aspirations of being the first team to win a Super Bowl on their own field. To the dismay, or shall I say expectance of loyal Buccaneers fans, a talented high 1st round draft pick(albeit far less talented) former Pro Bowl QB waltzed in to Raymond James and hoisted the Lombardi a year after being released by our beloved Bucs. History tends to repeat itself.

    Ps. AB has just come in and crushed the views on this web site …I mean locker room at one buc palace. Just in case some of you missed Sunday’s offensive struggle.
    Joe, I really appreciate your theater more than most do. Not to say that you’re not doing well here, but you would make one hell of a play write!!

  29. JA Says:

    What happened to Taysom Hill?
    Everyone on this site joked that Jameis was third string.
    Did Hill get injured, or did he lose out to the most infamous 5000 yard passer to ever play the game?
    I’ll give Jameis this:
    1. Great physical ability.
    2. Delusional— thinks he’s much better than he is.
    3. Can throw a frozen rope 50 yards for a TD.
    4. Can follow that frozen rope by tossing a horrible short pass for a pick six.
    5. Seems the more people hate him, the more they tune in to watch him play. Odd thing …

  30. Craig Says:

    The Jameis I saw yesterday looked just like the 30-30 guy we all hate so well. If Brees is out for a couple of games it will give the Bucs a chance to get back to the head of the class.

    It will not be a Bridgewater 5-0, it might be a 1-5, or worse. It sure would be fun to see him versus Brady in the Playoffs.

  31. BADMAN Says:


  32. Roy T. Buford Says:

    Such lies and falshoods, Joe “Mr. Entertainment, America’s Quarterback, Pro Bowler Jameis Winston, out of town.” And “They rented apartments in south-central Pasco County near where Jameis lived near the Hillsborough County line. They had the U-Haul trucks gassed up and ready to back up at Jameis’ house.”

    Jameis wasn’t worth the effort.

    If I had to choose…who I want the SAINTs fate to be in, Winston or Brees? Oh he11 yeah it’s Winston…since I’m a Bucs fan. No one should be stupid enough to think a single Saints fan is happy with this situation if Brees misses time. And Winston ain’t no Bridgewater when it comes to protecting the football.

    And this? “Because the fate of the Bucs in 2020 may rest in Jameis’ hands.”

    Uh, more BS Joe. The Bucs’ fate rest in the Bucs hands. Don’t be silly. Crap talk.

  33. D-Rome Says:

    Bonzai, I agree that the media has some power with public perception but that is irrelevant when it comes to important decisions for the franchise. Jay-Miss didn’t throw 30 INTs because of public perception. Bruce Arians doesn’t come to JBF or hang out on Twitter to read what the fans think. He didn’t care about that. All he needed to do was watch the tape. He saw for himself there was no fixing him. The only time in recent memory where public perception may have impacted a decision was when the team fired Greg Schiano. Hard to miss that billboard.

  34. ATrain Says:

    Since when does the Bench get to be interviewed!!!

    Standing there like he did something for the win

    Asked for 25 million a year

    Settled for a little over a million and the BENCH

    Go Eat the W on the BENCH. HAHAH

  35. SlyPirate Says:

    $20-30 Million per Year.

    That is what is on the line for Winston. Is he a starting QB or is he a career backup?

    If he throws +3 INTs, he’ll be out of the league on Monday.

  36. cmurda Says:

    Brady 28 for 39 341 yards 3 TD’s and 0 picks. Go ahead and type up the article about Brady being inefficient and inaccurate Joe. I can’t wait to debunk that ridiculousness. Make sure to mention the 4 drops in the game. Brady was long on 2 or 3 deep throws. That’s the extent of it.

  37. Buc4evr Says:

    Jameis looked like Jameis yesterday. Ability to get enough yards to get into the red zone but unable to score TD’s in the air. He should be fun to watch with the Saints as it appears that nothing has changed with his tendencies. This may be the only time when Winston as starting quarterback is beneficial to the Bucs.

  38. tickrdr Says:

    Posted previously, but new and updated for 2020

    tickrdr Says:
    January 10th, 2020 at 12:06 pm
    50% of Bucs’ fans say turnovers don’t matter.
    50% of Bucs’ fans think they do?
    Since 2015, the Bucs have played 80 games, 16 per year.
    They won the turnover battle some of the time and went 22 – 6.
    They tied the turnover battle some of the time and went 4 – 7.
    They lost the turnover battle the majority of the time (51%) and went 6 – 35.

    AKA as “clueless fan”
    Now, in 2020 in 10 games:
    They won the turnover battle 6 times and went 6 – 0!
    They tied the turnover battle 2 times and went 1 – 1.
    They lost the turnover battle 2 times and went 0 – 2.
    I guess I’m still clueless?? Oh, well.


  39. D-Rome Says:

    Buc4evr, I agree. 6-10, 60 something yards, 2 sacks but most importantly, as you put it, still the same guy. The Saints are worse with Winston and he’ll never take over for Drew Brees. If for some bizarre reasons he does after Brees retires it’ll be as a bridge-the-gap guy. The Saints do *not* have their future starting QB on their roster.

  40. Cobraboy Says:

    The Saints are a worse team with Winston at QB.


    Brees is a mature HoF QB. Winston is a strong-armed immature hack.

    I am sorry the Bucs cannot play a Winston-led Saints team. Maybe the playoffs?

    With Winston at QB the Saints may lose 2-3 more games because of him, and if that happens the NO fan base, used to excellence at QB, may run him out of town.

    Winston at QB is GREAT news for the Bucs Division championship prospects.

    Then again, if Brady goes down, the Bucs will suffer comparable damage.

  41. Waterboy Says:

    Ole Dirk Koetter might have something waiting for him this weekend.

  42. Cobraboy Says:

    I would call tickrdr a “clueful” fan.

    Turnovers absolutely matter. The turnover differential is the single most important stat in pro football.

    And that is why Brady is here, and the Winston Clown Show is in NO.

    Just wait until Winston throws a bunch of dumba$$ picks, holds the ball too long taking a sack, or makes dumba$$ decisions like throwing into double & triple coverage. NO fans will NOT accept that level of play after being spoiled by Brees so long.

    The same tolerance NE fans have for Newton’s act after 20 years with the GOAT.

  43. Oneilbuc Says:

    Why do yall hate Jamies so much lol lol 😅😆🤣 ??? You don’t know what’s going to happen to that Brother . Yall want him to fail so bad that yall not even paying attention to your own team problems . Like in the next 3 months we have all these players on 1 year deals . Bruce Arians is going to chose wich side of the ball is more important . Me I think it’s the defensive players that should be kept before the offensive side of the ball.

  44. Oneilbuc Says:

    And who have we beaten that was so great ?? We have a quarterback that haven’t played good against good to average defenses . I know yall make a lot of excuses for him but until we beat teams with good defenses than you can talk .

  45. View from 132 Says:

    I don’t hate Jameis, but I do hate Sean Payton, and would really love to see a horrendous Pick Six filled game make Payton lose his cool and get himself suspended.

  46. Cobraboy Says:

    LOL @ Oneilbuc.

    He is so twisted in the noggin about America’s Turnover Machine he can’t even enjoy this Buc’s season, and spends mental energy predicting Buc doom for 2021.

    Seek help, little dude…

    Pro Tip: ATM is gone from Tampa, and will never, ever return. Get used to that factoid…

  47. Soggy Says:

    Joe traitors walk the plank hows your ballance…

  48. Jim Says:

    Winston v Brady in the play-offs would be special…

  49. Roy T. Buford Says:

    Never like to see injuries, but if someone’s gotta, always better it’s the other team. Eight Saints left the game yesteday: Brees, Traquan Smith, Josh Hill, Marshon Lattimore, Malcom Brown, safety C.J Gardner-Johnson, guard Andrus Peat, and left tackle Terron Armstead. If I’m correct, five of those are starters. LT Armstead may be as big a loss as Brees and Lattimore, if they miss time.

  50. TB12 In Da Bay Says:

    Maybe jameis is the Bucs secret weapon to a home playoff game

    2-3 turnovers a game while Brees is healing up would be great. Then another franchise could feel our pain. Joe needs to watch the Aints game from this Sunday to see how bad Jameis was in limited time

  51. Clean House Says:

    5109 yds. Reigning NFL leader in total offense, passing, passing yards per game, #2 in TD’s

    Check yo sheets

    If JW ends the Bucs season, particularly in a head to head playoff loss, it would be equally as exciting to me as us winning.

    I am an unapologetic JW fan, a Seminole graduate, a Buc fan since 86.

    I don’t like coach BS’s two sided backstabbin ways- he’s such an arrogant person, he’d even throw Tom Brady under the Bus- and Arians is 1-2 in the playoffs!

    So we shall see!!! Was the grass greener? I’m loving Tom Brady, and I also love JW!!!

    Fun football year….and for all you fans who say I’m not a true Bucs fan, I’m not real interested in your opinions. I can enjoy football the way I like. It’s entertainment-

    I root for the Bucs first and foremost but also love when someone I like gets the last laugh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I think our Bucs are too talented and should win. But wouldnt it be nice if the NFL passing leader was at very least our backup? Who of you wouldn’t want that?? Blaine Gabbert——-give me a break!

  52. Clean House Says:

    Hope Evans gets his 1000 yards

  53. Clean House Says:

    Jameis hasn’t had any reps yet so watch out!!! Michael Thomas, Alvin Kamara not too shabby!!!

  54. Clean House Says:

    Great season, now I have two games per week to enjoy!!!

  55. Clean House Says:

    Could you imagine JW shocking the football world with a Super Bowl kneel down in our stadium. I’d have a perma smile for years!!
    Holding the Lombardi eating a W telling all the talking heads and haters where to stick it!

    This would be an ultimate sports moment- all on a 1 million dollar salary!!!
    Then retiring!!

    Famous Jameis

  56. Joe in Michigan Says:

    Clean House: That’s a cute little fantasy of yours. I tend to fantasize more about women, but we know Jameis is your crush.

  57. Clean House Says:

    Joe in Michigan..Funny

  58. ElioT Says:

    I wish Jameis well but this could be a good thing for the Bucs fighting for a division title.

    Gotta sweep the Falcons.

    Go Bucs!!!

  59. TB12 In Da Bay Says:

    I feel like the more I read these comments to more I realize how dumb our “fans” are. Or more importantly how dumb FSU fans pretending to be Bucs fans because, one player made their university relevant.


  60. kyle Says:

    F*&^ Winston and the sorry a@# Saints!! lol

  61. Youngbucs Says:

    Oneilbucs stfu let’s see if he can back up his talk now the field will do the talking. I’m more interested in the new excuses out y’all mouths it’s easy to eat a w when you not the 1 who earned it. I hope he start the rest of the season for the saints the field will decide!!!!!

  62. Youngbucs Says:

    Sean Peyton ain’t no dummy he was playing keep away from winston yesterday. But he got no choice now.

  63. Joe in Michigan Says:

    Clean House: Hahaha, just messing with you.

  64. Mike Johnson Says:

    I wish jameis well. You never know. That karma thing is real. Saints will be Ok with him. Like it or not, Jameis has better coaching in Saints country. I mean we did get drubbed by them saints twice this year already. I hope Jameis gives’em hell. Take this..haters.

  65. DBS Says:

    latest I just read. Brees has rib fractures and collapsed lung. Will need time to heal. Yahoo Sports.

  66. Chris Boyd Says:

    well, ndog will finally get the chance to either be right or wrong about all the stuff he’s spewed.. i for one expect basically the same thing jameis gave us.. some great plays, and some terrible decisions. he looked so nervous yeterday, like he was terrified of turning the ball over, so i wonder how his head will be

  67. geno711 Says:

    tickrdr Says:
    December 11th, 2019 at 9:22 am
    Thank God Jameis is on the same career trajectory as Brett Favre, because:
    At age 26, Brett Favre was a 1st Team All-Pro, and the league MVP.

  68. 40TDs Says:

    Wasn’t a pick 6 dropped by the 49ers DB? Yet the homers keep hoping?!?!?!


    Jameis will help us win the division!!!!

  69. SufferingSince76 Says:

    Winston plays a half due to injury and the nuthuggers come out of the woodwork again. Now we will see. If you want him to do well, especially against Tampa Bay, you are not a Bucs fan, period.

  70. geno711 Says:

    This was Oneilbuc’s post yesterday:

    Oneilbuc Says:
    November 15th, 2020 at 6:39 pm
    Jamies is 5 for 5 and the saints is about to score . Lol 😆😅🤣

  71. geno711 Says:

    This was Oneilbuc in April – follow his sage thoughts if you must:

    Oneilbucs Says:
    March 20th, 2020 at 8:48 am
    Man all this Brady stuff is going to hurt us in the next year are 2 . Why don’t yall realize this guy is 43 years old when the season starts . B.A. is destroying this team and yall still don’t see it . What makes yall think that Brady is going to come in here and ball out ?

  72. Roy T. Buford Says:

    Oneil three words on TB12: Check Yo Sheet.

  73. Rod Munch Says:

    Winston finally has a good defense and a good offensive line and is in an offense where you’re not throwing it deep every other play — gee, I wonder what the results will be…

    Anywho, I wish Winston wasn’t with the Saints since I could cheer him on. The guy was handed a terrible hand in Tampa…

    These are facts, not opinion, during his time in Tampa (2015-2019) he had…
    …the worst defense in football
    …the worst kicking game in football
    …played the hardest schedule in football

    I get if you’re rooting against him because he’s with the Saints, that’s certainly fair. But those rooting against him when he was with the Bucs, and wanting the team to fail, well you’re just a piece of garbage, a typical bandwagon fan who should stick their head in a running lawnmower.

  74. Youngbucs Says:

    Rod munch 25 of Winston ints where Less than 15yds talk some facts. Y’all make excuses just to make them.

  75. Christos Says:

    I guess this story will never end. Winston is gone. I think is time for fans and media to move on. I understand that for the media is a good story to sell but what i would like to say to fellow Bucs fans (Winston haters or supporters) is move on he is no longer on the team. I m not wishing but to nobody but honestly i not care anymore, he is not a Buc. He can do what he wants, he can even eat Ws and i not have a problem, it does not bother me.
    I used to read all the comments to see what other fans think about but i m done reading for this subject again. Are you not tired already ? No one will change his opinion, not the 5.000 yards camp not the 30 INTs camp. What is done is done just move on. I only care about the Bucs.

  76. Rod Munch Says:

    Christos – Who is to say he’s not back next year? Gabbert is a garbage QB – imagine right now if the Saints had a garbage backup like Gabbert, we’d be celebrating that the Saints losing the NFC South and probably not even making the playoffs.

    The Bucs can’t have these garbage backups – if no one gives Winston a huge contract then the Bucs should do everything possible to resign him as a backup, with the idea being he’s the QB of the future again.

    But most likely he’s going to doing well for the Saints — and then Brees retires in the offseason and Winston is putting up 40 points a game vs the Bucs for the next 15 years. That is how things work for the Bucs, always.

    Also, to be clear, I was for signing Brady – but I’m also a Winston backer. But getting the GOAT who changes the franchise, even if it’s only for a year or two, is a big enough of a deal to move on. Just there is no reason not to try to have both if you can pull it off, and Winston even said, you can’t get mad when you’re replaced by the greatest ever.

  77. tickrdr Says:


    Thanks and a big +1 for all the stuff you post.


  78. Chris K Says:

    Please release Npuppy! Please!!! Lol

  79. tickrdr Says:

    tickrdr Says:
    December 11th, 2019 at 9:22 am
    Thank you for quoting me, but not for taking me entirely out of context.
    Here is the complete post, written in response to others claiming that JW3 was on the same career path as Brett Favre.

    Thank God Jameis is on the same career trajectory as Brett Favre, because:
    At age 26, Brett Favre was a 1st Team All-Pro, and the league MVP.
    At age 27, Brett Favre was a 1st Team All-Pro, and the league MVP.
    At age 28, Brett Favre was a 1st Team All-Pro, and the league MVP.
    Those were his 4th, 5th, and 6th years starting in the NFL.
    Does that seem like Jameis Winston to you so far?

    Yeah, …………………….. me neither.


  80. BradyBucs Says:

    Jameis should have thrown a pick in his limited passing plays yesterday. He will forever be INCONSISTENT and go through struggles reading NFL Defenses and go through accuracy ups and downs.

    As an NFL starter, the guy sucks.

    Jameis starting for Brees is the BEST news we could have hoped for. Saints were most likely a LOCK to win the division. Now inconsistent Jameis gives us a chance.

  81. Allbuccedup Says:

    Jameis gives us a chance at the division the dixie chicks up next for the Saints.

  82. Mike Says:

    Brees has five cracked ribs and a collapsed lung. He’s probably out for at least a month. But, the games they have are pretty cake games.

  83. Leighroy Says:

    Jamie’s lovers be like “sure she cheated on me, was verbally abusive and stole my money, but dang was the sex great! I love her!”

  84. sincethebeginning Says:

    Jameis starting for New Orleans would be the best news that the Bucs could possibly get, in terms of their chances to really win this division. However I kind of like us as a wild-card going against the Eagles or some other schmuck from the NFC East. Well maybe not the Giants because we seem to be idiots against them.

    Somebody needs to set an over under in Vegas for how many picks James is going to throw from here to the end of the season. I’m going to pick the over no matter what the number is that they set.

    The irony though is that Sean Payton is not going to let Jameis fail. He’s going to pull Jameis before Jameis sinks his team. And say what you will about Sean Payton but that’s something that no coach in Tampa ever had the balls to do.

  85. ArmchairGM Says:

    Drew Brees is going to be out a while – 5 broken ribs and a collapsed lung. Reportedly, he broke 3 during the Bucs game. We’ll get to see if people saying Jameis needs a defense and an oline are right.

  86. Jerk04 Says:

    I find it amusing that the Winston jock sniffers are assuming he will be the starter there. Hill will be seeing a ton a snaps even if he isn’t the starter. But very good chance hill will be under center at kick off. They got money invested in him and they will want to see if he is the next in line for Brees.

    And if it is the man crush of a few fake fans on here and the one Joe that is a Winston apologist I can’t wait to watch him go down in flames. I know joe I’m susceptible to getting run off and my post not up of it calls you out at all.

  87. Tampabuscsbro Says:

    Man there are A LOT A LOT of people in here that have been dead quiet for a while or when we lose.

    I wonder why that is?

  88. DoooshLaRue Says:

    I’ve been a Bucs fan since 1976, not a bandwagon-er…..
    Not even close…..

    But I do hate what JayMiss did to my team and I hope (know) he will fail.
    He’s a mental midget with a strong arm and an inaccurate head.

    F you Winston.

  89. JayWill Says:

    Why do Bucs fan think Winston a turnover record when he didn’t. Bucs don’t know the game. Winston didnt even reach Buccaneer interception record. He was just the 1st qb to throw 30+tds with 30 interceptions. He isn’t the first to throw 3 picks in a season.

  90. Colonel Angus Says:

    Winston did set the record for pick sixes, that worth something. Gonna be fun watching him in New Orleans where he has a top notch play caller and QB to mentor him. If he turns the ball over at the same rate he did here, good luck landing a starting gig somewhere. Its all in his hands now. As a Bucs fan I hope he fails horribly, but on the personal level I hope he succeeds. I never hated Winston, he was a Bucs, I hated the turnovers and not showing up in the clutch moments. It was time for him to move on.

  91. DavidBigBucsFan99 Says:

    The one thing Jameis has there that he never had here is a top notch defense. If they’re smart they will limit the amount of passing he does. He and Hill can still be a a good combo

  92. BigMacAttack Says:

    The Saints play the Falcons twice in the next 3 weeks. Jameis should have between 7-10 interceptions as he generally does against the Falcons. Raheem knows how to defend Jameis and Koetter knows his tells. The Falcons are no pushover and shouldn’t be taken lightly by the Bucs either.

  93. Mirrormirroronthewall Says:

    Chuckstutz Says,

    Delusional? Brady has not been very accurate.

  94. Mirrormirroronthewall Says:


    Falcons will beat the Buccaneers, but they will not beat the Saints.

  95. geno711 Says:

    @tickrdr Says:
    November 16th, 2020 at 4:27 pm

    Sorry, I do stand corrected. You were correcting others about Jameis and the lack of his greatness!

  96. Buc4evr Says:

    I don’t hate Winston, but he is now the enemy. I hope the Saints lose every remaining game.

  97. tickrdr Says:

    No perspiration!


  98. adam from ny Says:

    third time is a charm…

    this team won’t beat us in the playoffs…

    and if jameis is their guy, the bucs will lace into him for his shantytown shenannies on national tv last week…

    and then his visitor’s locker room shimmies & shakeroonies…

    son must be spanked like a son…

    #FeedOnJameis #Jaws3

  99. adam from ny Says:

    a combo of immature and low iq is a dangerous thing to have in any starting quarterback in the nfl

  100. Rod Munch Says:

    Its amazing how you have all these idiots who think Winston sucks, yet they’re not celebrating the Bucs NFC South title, which is completely in the bag if Winston is as bad as they say he is.

    But the fact is you idiots know he doesn’t suck and he’s not going to lose 5-straight for the Saints.

    To be clear, I’d feel awful for Winston if he did, so if he did lose 5-straight I hope it’s all 45-42 shootouts, but if he does well and the Saints lose, that’s A-OK with me. But if the Saints lose and Winston does stink, oh well, the Bucs gain games and that is the top priority.

    But I don’t see you dopes predicting the Saints finish 8-8 or 7-9… Why is that?

  101. Oneilbuc Says:

    Youngbucs cookie You have to understand that just like Brady in a new system and plus with no reps he’s probably going to struggle at first just like Brady. And by the way Brady haven’t played well against against good to average defenses yet . I wish Jamies the best but I don’t hope the brother fail like you do . You uncle Tom’s has always been a cancel to our people . You have been trained to talk down on your own people . So don’t hate me or any other person that wishes him the best or hope he succeed in what he does . I hope all those brothers be successful at a position that they are judged harder than a white quarterback . If they are not almost perfect plan that position then they are consider a bust . So to all my black quarterbacks I wish them nothing but the best in this league . And I can care less about how any of you feel .

  102. Bush's Coke Spoon Says:

    Oneilbuc Says:
    “You uncle Tom’s has always been a cancel to our people . You have been trained to talk down on your own people… I hope all those brothers be successful at a position that they are judged harder than a white quarterback.”

    Just wow. We are now living in the 21st century, and black people are still not allowed to think for themselves. Amazingly, today’s overseers are people like Oneilbuc who see no irony in the fact that it is he who wishes to keep his own on the plantation.

    Our fathers lived through the civil rights era specifically to cleanse our nation of certain attitudes–yet people like you live to perpetuate them. You should be ashamed of yourself.

  103. firethecannons Says:

    right now glad to see sean payton with jameis oh and I am an ICU nurse–drew brees aint gonna be playing football in 3 weeks, he needs a chest tube to constant suction for a long time and in a couple maybe 3 weeks the tube gets pulled and maybe it stays sealed—hope so anyway but no doctor would put this man on the field anytime in the rest of the regular season. matter of time till he gets the dreaded chest tube

  104. Bush's Coke Spoon Says:

    firethecannons Says:
    “I am an ICU nurse–drew brees aint gonna be playing football in 3 weeks, he needs a chest tube to constant suction for a long time and in a couple maybe 3 weeks the tube gets pulled and maybe it stays sealed…”

    Is the collapsed lung caused by a puncture, or just blunt force?