Mike Tannenbaum Predicts Ex-Bucs QB Success Will Continue In New Orleans With Jameis Winston

July 9th, 2021

We all know what Tom Brady can do for the fortunes of a city’s sports teams.

And we all know the success ex-Bucs’ first-round draft pick quarterbacks have had after the Bucs use them up. And a former NFL suit expects that to continue.

Enter Mike Tannenbaum. The former Jets and Dolphins shot-caller now runs the 33rd Team and he gets paid to talk football for the four-letter.

So this morning, Tannenbaum took to Twitter and announced his 2021 breakout candidate in the NFL is former Bucs signal-caller, Mr. Entertainment, America’s Quarterback, Pro Bowler Jameis Winston.

So let’s go through the list, shall we?

Doug Williams: Former dirtbag owner refused to pay him commensurate to his resume and winning ways. He later leads Washington to a Super Bowl title while the Bucs crumble and begin a 15-year losing streak.

Steve Young: Fully uncoached by Bucs clueless coaches of the time. Traded for a second-round pick. Wins a Super Bowl in San Francisco and is inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Vinny Testaverde: Turnover-plagued in six seasons with the Bucs. Makes Pro Bowl with the Crows and Jets. Leads Jets to the 1998 AFC title game.

Trent Dilfer: Headcase who didn’t want to be in Tampa Bay and was not a team player. Brutal quarterback who, a year after not being re-signed by the Bucs, lands as a backup — to Tony Banks! — but on a team with a historic defense. Wins a Super Bowl after Brian Billick, in full panic mode with Banks’  horrible play, goes with Dilfer.

So if history holds, Jameis will be the next Vinny and lead the slimy Saints to the NFC title game.


But you know, it’s all good. The Bucs got Brady and a Super Bowl.

“Oh, bartender, Joe would like another Crown Royal Reserve on the rocks, please.”

101 Responses to “Mike Tannenbaum Predicts Ex-Bucs QB Success Will Continue In New Orleans With Jameis Winston”

  1. D-Rome Says:

    North Korea’s Quarterback, First Overall BUST of a pick Jaymiss-WinsTOn will never be more than a backup QB or bridge-the-gap QB.

    I don’t know why this BUST continues to be a topic of conversation on this site and on various Bucs related groups. His problem was not a coaching or organizational issue. The 2019 Bucs absolutely had enough pieces in place to make a deep playoff run but guess what, Jay-Miss continued to poop all over himself on the field. Ryan Fitzpatrick was better in 2018. The Bucs gave Jay-Miss all the weapons he could ever need but he simply wasn’t good enough. Jay-Miss’ career trajectory will look very similar to Ryan Fitzpatrick.

  2. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    I expect Winston to be a mixed bag….just like he was with us…..the Saints are a better team (overall) than we were when Winston was here…..

    I’d actually not be surprised if we split 1-1 vs Saints.

    I do expect him to lose some games for them….but they should have a winning record with any QB…..their team is that good.

  3. Buc92’ Says:

    I don’t see us splitting with the saints at all, they lost key players to free agency , not to mention their top pass rusher is officially declining nicely in cam Jordan.. 2-0 for sure.


  4. PassingThru Says:

    Right. This was more about Mike Tannenbaum tooting Mike Tannenbaum’s horn in order to demonstrate his brilliant decision-making skills. As I said about Famous Jameis prior to the draft, he has all the tools to be an elite QB, it comes down to his decision-making at NFL game speed, his maturity, and his dedication to the craft. Frankly that assessment hasn’t changed, despite 6 years under his belt. At this point in time he is who he is. New Orleans isn’t going to change him.

  5. Medicated Pete Says:

    I wouldn’t be surprised if Mike does nitrate poppers

  6. johnnymoon Says:

    Doug Williams won 5 regular season NFL games after he left the Bucs .Its Amazing how it is like he went on to have Steve Young type of Career . Trent Dilfer won more games after he left .

  7. Nick2 Says:

    Back in the day our coaching and talent level held back Bucs QBs who went onto greatness elsewhere. Currently we have none of those deficiencies. Our coaching is top notch and our talent level is through the roof. Jameis’s lack of ball security could not be fixed by Dirk Koetter or BA and Leftwich the latter two having give up on him. Can Sean Payton be his magic elixer? I say he will be better but still have “I can make that throw” moments that will eventually drive Payton nuts.

  8. Bruce Blahak Says:

    WinSTUNNED shall appear, again, at the most critical times in games. God bless America’s QB, Tom Brady….and gronk too.

  9. Buc1987 Says:

    I say the Bucs beat the Aint’s twice….it’s going to be a fun season!

  10. zzbuc Says:

    Jesus!!!! The argument why JW will have a good season is because Vinny did in the past????? Interesting, pretty solid…….Is this guy serious? Is this guy considered serious? Unreal….People around the league need to change, they are infecting this sport…..

  11. Alanbucsfan Says:

    Jameis can’t even talk sht on the field as good as Brady- most memorable SB moments were Brady and Mathieu going at it.

  12. geno711 Says:

    Jameis also could be as successful as Josh Freeman.

  13. D-Rome Says:

    PassingThru, your assessment is spot on in particular your last two sentences. Many fans have this weird fascination with a player’s potential. That’s fine for a player’s first year or two but by year three there needed to be a leap. There wasn’t a leap. People blamed injuries. In year four people blamed the suspension and Fitzpatrick. Then by year five they bring in the QB whisperer, the largest coaching staff in the NFL, and even Tom Moore. People blamed the “new offense”.

    This team quite literally did everything they could to put him in a position to succeed. He failed here yet people *still* buy into this idea of potential, that somehow Sean Payton can fix him. He can’t because he is who he is.

  14. Robert Says:

    all those guys had brains, or at least some common sense.

    jdub is not better than a jug machine.

  15. Bucsfan951 Says:

    Correct me if I am wrong but wasn’t that his only good season after the 97 season?

  16. BuucccNASTY Says:

    D-Rome, how many 1st over picks have we spent on QBs in the past 20 years? That’s why he is still a topic of conversation lol the jury is still technically out on him until its not brother. But I do agree with you that he’s old news, and the new news if ya heard is we CHAMPS BABY!

  17. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    So many quarterbacks skipped in that list…all of which met with failure. But as to the names on the list:

    Doug Williams was never as great as people make out. He was our first, and I do think, at the time, we could have done better with him than without him, but letting him get away was a racism-based move. Culverhouse did not feel a black man should get paid so much.

    Steve Young was a total slip…but really, how many rings did he win? And I am a firm believer that if a player is determined, he can earn the starting role. Steve Young could have done so in Tampa…but in those days Tampa was horrid. Why would he want to stay?

    Vinny Testaverde was horrible here. Absolutely horrible.

    Trent Dilfer…okay…let’s consider this one. Dilfer was good enough to win a Superbowl on a team with the right defense. At the time, we had a great defense too. I think maybe…just maybe…we could have won one with him…but that ship sailed. From what I remember, he had no touch on the football though. Every throw was a power throw.

    But let’s look at the other names:

    Steve Spurrier
    Steve DeBerg
    Shaun King
    Chris Simms
    Brian Greese (who we probably could have won a title with if Gruden had not picked apart the team)
    Jeff Garcia (who we probably could have won a title with if Gruden had not picked apart the team)
    Byron Leftwich
    Josh Freeman

    Just as many failures in that bunch.

  18. gotbbucs Says:

    Great, now list all the other ex-Buc QB’s that went on to do nothing after they left the team. It’s easy to bring a few success stories up and claim it as the norm.

    The next time Mike Tannenbaum has a smart idea as it pertains to football it will be his first. Might as well get the opinion of the homeless guy that told the Browns to draft Manziel. Just as credible.

  19. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    PassingThru Says
    As I said about Famous Jameis prior to the draft, he has all the tools to be an elite QB, it comes down to his decision-making at NFL game speed, his maturity, and his dedication to the craft. Frankly that assessment hasn’t changed, despite 6 years under his belt. At this point in time he is who he is. New Orleans isn’t going to change him.

    That’s a good assessment. I said the same thing before he was drafted. I also said that he would be a turnover machine…like that QB who we acquire the rights to from Denver but he never came out of retirement. Jake Plummer.

    Except Plummer actually managed to win some games.

    On Jameis:
    Maturity was a big issue…but with experience and time, it could improve.
    Dedication was never questionable in my book. He is wholly devoted to football.
    Decision-Making was his biggest downfall…but again, that can improve with time and experience.

    I think Jameis has a Superbowl in him…eventually. Hopefully not too soon.

  20. Bucs Bro Says:

    Too bad Jameis is a bad fit for a quick passing game. His slow delivery and bad decision making is not a fit for an offense to get the ball out fast and eliminate bad plays.

    Jameis is servicable in spurts like seen here but over a season he’s not good

  21. WillieG Says:

    We had 20+ other QBs who had moderate success or who didn’t do crap here and went on to other teams and continued their mediocre ways. I say America’s Turnover Machine will fall into that group.

  22. SlyPirate Says:


    Winston had talent around him. The other QBs, besides Dilfer, were surrounded by garbage.

  23. Bucsfanman Says:

    This is just a dumb comparison, IMO. Jameis can only dream of having the career that Vinny had. And before anyone makes fun of me, ‘check yo sheet’! All time, Vinny is like top 20 in yardage. Heck, the guy played for 20+ years!

    I can’t bring myself to root for anyone not wearing a Bucs uniform, sorry. If Jameis were to turn it around, good for him. Otherwise, I could care less.

  24. Bojim Says:

    Good luck Jameis. Just not against us.

  25. crazybucs_CL Says:

    @”Mike Tannenbaum Predicts Ex-Bucs QB Success Will Continue In New Orleans…”
    ….. “Ex-Bucs QB Success Will Continue”….. for the success to CONTINUE, must have a START, right!!!??? JW NEVER got any kind of success here. Those five years were the most disappointing block of years in Bucs recent history, combine that with three different HCs.
    A total disaster. What continuation he is talking about????

  26. ClodHopper Says:

    I could see it.

  27. Wesley Says:

    Well according to his tweet Winston still has another 6 years to go before he breaks out like Vinny did.

  28. Jaymiss Pick6 Again Says:

    Geeeez Joesph…have some respect for the dead…Culverhouse a dirtbag?

  29. SB Says:

    So JW only has 88 INTS?????
    30 of them Last Year????
    So only 58 in the first 4 years?
    Something wrong with that picture.

  30. Bruce Blahak Says:

    watch the last few games of Williams as a Buc and tell me he wasn’t something else? the contract fiasco ruined the Bucs. still the best QB Bucs ever had until the next #12 came along

  31. D-Rome Says:

    So only 58 in the first 4 years?

    Only 58 in first four years? Are you kidding me?

    It tooks Aaron Rodgers 8 seasons before he threw his 58th career INT. It took Russell Wilson 7 seasons before he throw his 58th career INT. Lamar Jackson and Patrick Mahomes will be in the league for 7+ years before they throw their 58th INT. Dak Prescott only threw 36 INTs in his first 4 years and he played more games. Deshaun Watson has thrown nowhere near 58 INTs after four seasons.

  32. Tye Says:

    LOL when people bring up Trent Dilfer….
    After the Super Bowl the Ravens cut him because they knew they won in spite of him…
    that said the odds are much greater of continued failure than to go from a multiple years of turnover to a winner!…. The Saints WILL regret that signing…
    No Longer the Bucs troubles!

  33. Pewter Power Says:

    Winston was extremely inaccurate on the easiest throws in the nfl. Short throws were pick 6’s all year. Really good deep ball thrower but when a quarterback does have offensive coaches that are the head coach, some of the best weapons in the nfl but still leads the league in interceptions and had that same issue his entire career you can’t tell me a coach can stop him from throwing I pick

    he’ll go the Fitzpatrick route simply because as soon as he has a little success it goes to his head and he gets greedy and arrogant. Picks won’t stop but saints will be good if they do but still not better than bucs

  34. Chris Boyd Says:

    when i think of jameis, i think of interceptions and the sex allegations. thats all i need to know about him. not scared of him one bit

  35. JimmyJack Says:

    The fact is that Winston is set up for success on the Saints and this is not a bad prediction.

    As a Tampa Bay fan if this bothers you then you got issues. You can argue we got those other devisions wrong(Vinny, Doug, Young, Trent) but there is no doubt we got the Jamies decision right. At the end of the day we win zero Super Bowls last year with Winston and I could care less what he does in another uniform. He wasnt going to bring us any hardware……..We could of burned through another coaching staff and started another rebuild to figure that out. Whatever the future brings be glad for the way it worked out Bucs fans. Lombardi’s are hard to come by. Just ask the Saints, ha ha ha.

    Now we look at facing Winston this season. Ummm yeah, we got Tom. I know where my moneys going.

  36. Craig Says:

    JW’s problem is in his head. He thinks he is an excellent QB, above all those things he learns from coaches.

    A year holding the clipboard for Brees will make him think he is as good as Brees was.

    I say he has another career that starts and ends with a pick-6. It will be a much shorter career than he had here.

    Hill will be the starter by mid-season, but the Bucs will still roll over them.

  37. JimmyJack Says:

    And dont forget with Winston its not just about picks. Payton has him in a new system now and it may very well proove to help him in the INT department.

    When he plays us our defense knows his deffiencies quite well. If we cant exploit his INT problem I fully expect us to force some fumbles from him. Lets not forget how big of an issue fumbalitis was for him. The Bucs defense is just the team to expose it too.

    GO BUCS!!!!

  38. SlyPirate Says:

    -Bucs defense seeking revenge on JW for worst field position
    -Bucs seeking revenge for 2 home losses last year
    -Winston seeking revenge on the team that fired him
    -Saints seeking revenge for the playoff loss

    This may be one of the greatest football games in NFCS history.

  39. BillyBucoff Says:

    Dang, Im not trying to be a turd here, but the saying is, “I COULDN’T Care Less”

    Just noticed several people saying that and it is a pet peeve of mine.
    I COULD care less is actually saying you care MORE now.

    Go Bucs

  40. DBS Says:

    He has not even won the starting job yet. And unlike the Bucs I don’t think it is going to just be handed to him. But this is just another opinion anyway. He may be sitting on the bench and only used for trick plays . Nobody knows at this point.

  41. David Says:

    It would not surprise me if he does very well
    and it would not surprise me if he leads in TOs again.

    I wish him well… As long as he loses every game to the Buccaneers and throws a couple interceptions in every game

  42. Bird Says:

    Bucs vs saints on halloween. Thats freaking awesome.

    Heck most NO fans dress for games in halloween gear regardless of time of year

    Saints will be fine. I thought falcons may be toughest but julio leaving probably gives edge back to saints for second place in division Jameis best throws are in that 15-30 yard range. Im sure sean payton knows how to get best him or their wildcat qb. Whoever starts / plays

    And dump passes to kamara could be completed by a 7 year old
    Cant wait for some football. Especially saints as the have beat our asses for years (well except nfc playoffs last year )

  43. batman Says:

    What a joke, there hasn’t been an addition to that list in over twenty years. We’ve had countless QBs come in here and do absolutely nothing afterward. Jimminy Christmas.

  44. Youngbucs Says:

    Yup career journeyman just like Vinny nothing wrong with that.

  45. JeffreyLane77 Says:

    At least Jameis has contacts now. That was so painful to watch him squint at the scoreboard. I personally think our offensive line gave up on trying to protect him. #2 receiver on any given play would take the play off. Those things happened because. Winston wouldn’t step up in the pocket. He would stare down the #1 receiver on any given play which told the defense where he wanted to go. Which meant that #1 guy would never get open. By that time he’s back pedaling and trying make a play. When he threw passes off his back foot while backpedaling was when he got those inaccurate passes or even worse the floaters. There was a lot more going on than just turnovers. The team lost confidence in him. A new team with renewed confidence could turn him around. If he gets it together he could be a very dangerous QB. He has lots of talent. I’m looking forward to those Saints games. If Tampa’s defense plays like they did in the playoffs last year. They will be fun games to watch.

  46. 813bucboi Says:

    our previous QB was a BUST!!!!

    simple as that!!!!

    GO BUCS!!!!

  47. SB~LV Says:


  48. sasquatch Says:

    Jameis isn’t gonna be eating too many W’s.

  49. 74 Bucs Fan Says:

    The eating Ws act is childish and crude – typical Jameis unfortunately. Thought he was better than that – but keeps showing his true colors. 🤡

  50. kgh4life Says:

    Jameis is what he is, and that’s a inconsistent QB: he has accuracy issues and he doesn’t “see the field” that well, especially the underneath defender. Which is why in his last year in Tampa he threw a league high 7 pick sixes. If he plays long enough like Testaverde he will have seasons where his interceptions will be low. Ultimately, like Testaverde, Winston is a turn over prone QB, he’s been in the league 5 years and he’s continue to have the same problems.

  51. Tampabuscsbro Says:


    Yes Hugh Culverhouse is a massive dirtbag. Screw respect for the dead the man was a racist cheapskate that ran the team horribly. His entire intention was to keep costs as low as he possibly could so he could make money off profit sharing that’s why the team was godawful all through the 80s and until Glazer bought it.

    Screw that man I could call him worse things then a dirtbag but this site will not let me.

  52. Hodad Says:

    Jameis who?

  53. JimmyJack Says:

    SlyPirate. If we play the Saints on Halloween theres only one question. Which type of costume will Jameis be wearing? Good, Bad or Ugly?

  54. Aceofaerospace Says:

    I’ll believe it when I see it. You can’t fix stupid and you can’t coach stubborn.

  55. Bucsfanman Says:

    BillyBuc- Duly noted!
    I couldn’t care less!

  56. Alvin Scissors Harper Says:

    Was his comment supposed to be great comedy? Jay Miss is what he is. A leopard can’t change its spots and neither can Jay Miss. He’ll make some great plays, he’ll make more boneheaded plays. He is the indomitable Jay Miss!

  57. Bush's Coke Spoon Says:

    SlyPirate Says:
    “This may be one of the greatest football games in NFCS history.”

    I’m looking forward to it almost as much as the NE game!

  58. Bush's Coke Spoon Says:

    Aceofaerospace Says:
    “I’ll believe it when I see it. You can’t fix stupid and you can’t coach stubborn.”
    Jay-miss himself said that he ignores what coaches tell him, and goes out and does does what he knows! That is the definition of stubborn!

  59. Oneilbuc Says:

    SB Payton Manning had more and that’s with a hall of fame runningback , So I guess you could have said the same thing about Payton Manning right lol 😆 ??

  60. Oneilbuc Says:

    Facts over feelings SB !!

  61. Oneilbuc Says:

    I rather talk about how can the bucs develop Kyle Trask , the only thing you get from this is a bunch of emotional hate for Jamies. And facts ain’t going to mean nothing when it comes to hate. So yall can have this conversation I spoke the truth about Payton Manning first 5 years vs Jamies first 5 years and wins and loses ain’t a quarterback stat just like the guy just posted about Dilfer winning the superbowl.

  62. Bellingham Bucs Fan Says:

    Yeah, okay, Former Jets GM. In other news, the designer of the Ford Pinto is talking up the AMC Gremlin. Can’t wait to stop hearing about Jameis.

  63. BradyBucs Says:

    Jameis won’t ever get a chance to shine for many games in a row with the Saints. The second “Bad Jameis” makes an appearance, which seems to be about every other game, Payton will pull him quickly and go with Taysom Hill.

  64. DaBux Says:

    To quote a long departed good friend of mine’s old radio show:

    “Crack don’t smoke itself”

    Enjoy it Mike T.

  65. Jerry Says:

    The Pats lost their hall of fame QB and missed the playoffs the next year.

    The Saints lost their hall of fame QB along with a bunch of other cap casualties. Even their fans are realistic that they will be lucky to get a wild card.

    Jameis will do what he did here and in college…. throw a ton of yards and turn it over a ton. He’ll shine in one game, and then the next game turn it into a horror show. That’s what he does.

  66. Buczilla Says:

    Jameis is Jeff George reincarnate and he ain’t gonna do a damn thing, but suck and throw up a Marino esque game once in awhile. He’ll have that Marino like game against us once this year and we’ll be 16-1. Payton is such an a-hole (I’d love him if he were our coach in all fairness), but he’s a good coach and will figure out a way to beat us.

  67. SB Says:

    @D Rome
    Facetiousness must not be your thing.
    58 in 4 years.
    30 in 1.

  68. SB Says:

    Obviously I was not only in No way defending JW
    I was pointing out the digression.

  69. Youngbucs Says:

    Peyton Manning Peyton Manning blah blah stfu.

  70. Anonymous Says:

    Bellingham, Wish I had my blue and white Gremlin with a 4 speed and the Levi’s seats. Fun days. Always wanted a Pinto wagon. Thanks for bringing those memories to the front.

    Our Defense and Offense needs to have this photo of Mr. Winston and the Saints TB Locker room video as a daily personal reminder why they will not allow him to EVER do that Sh!t again when we play him, and whatever team he plays for. I wish Mr. Winston well, just never against us.

    As for our former QB’s who had good careers other places. Tannenbaum needs to take his talk and walk like those former Bucs QBs did to another team to play for or report on. As a Hold Fast Lifer Bucfan I have watched, listened to, and read more bad QB play from those QB’s as Buccaneer players, than I ever care to relive. Those scars are forever Sir. Who exactly has been Mr. Tannenbaum’s great QB picks?? Have any of his QB draft choices moved on to better careers, on teams he was not in charge of in Miami, and the NY Jets…hmm? Vinny was a Jet was he there during Tannenbaum tenure? Wow Vinny’s 29,000+ yards. Hats off to you Vinny.
    Go Bucs!

  71. Youngbucs Says:

    Oneilbucs by the way you’re shooting down your own narratives. Because you say Peyton had hof running backs. Ok so why was he throwing some many picks you said running gm is the solution for that. A QB decides his decision making point blank period!!!!!!! If a run and good defense makes QBs great every team would have a hof QB. Your talk is weak and holds no weight there’s levels to playing QB !!!!!

  72. Slugglife Says:

    Dumbass got his fingers in his mouth after he slapped a bunch of men’s sweaty asses.

  73. BA4President Says:

    I have a feeling my post is too far down for anyone to read, so this may be me talking to myself, oh well….
    I wouldn’t be completely shocked if he beats us twice this season (surprised but not shocked)#, but he won’t get to the NFC Championship. To do that, you have to be consistent. He’ll get his highlight reel, but unfortunately for him his lowlight reel will get in the way.

  74. BA4President Says:

    Joe, not sure if you are open to suggestion, but I’ve got a fan request: This article reminded me of “check yo sheets”. It would be fun to have an article of the most “entertaining” quotes from the Lost Decade. “Influential” quotes maybe a little depressing, but a list of the most “entertaining” quotes would be fun to read with your analysis.

  75. DoooshLaRue Says:

    Oneil….late to the JayMiss party!
    Must have been at a BLM rally.

    JayMiss will be benched by mid season and playing baseball in 2022.
    And you know what?
    I think he makes a very good MLB pitcher.

    Throw ball to catcher.
    No second or third reads.
    He can do that.

  76. stpetebucsfan Says:

    Fameis has had a huge dose of humility to go along with his maturity. He apparently “checked his sheets” and realized he’s not all that.

    JW will have to go either like Dilfer and learn to play within himself in the system of a great HC/OC…as much as I hate to type that about Peyton gotta give the man his props.

    NO is LOADED with talent. Yes we are loaded as well but the fact that WE have a ton of talent doesn’t mean they do not. NO has a great defense and solid offense with targets and a very talented and versatile RB.

    I shall not be surprised if Fameis is successful, in fact I’ll be more surprised if he isn’t. If JW can’t win for THIS coach on a team THIS talented his career is over.

  77. stpetebucsfan Says:

    I realize that LA with Stafford is the cool pick to win the NFC…GB as always in it but I think N.O. and the Bucs are the two teams to beat.

  78. DoooshLaRue Says:

    I think N.O. Is lucky to go 9-7 this year.
    Falcons will suck again.
    Panthers May surprise a few people.

  79. Oneilbuc Says:

    Youngbucs that’s problem with all losing teams little man? Andrew Luck was supposed to be this great hall of fame quarterback , but he couldn’t because when Payton Manning team started to retire and some got traded. What was every body saying his team is bad . He had no offensive line and no running game and he threw a lot of picks and plus he was hit a lot . And not to mention the Colts defense was trash until his last season with the Colts . He stayed injured because of all of those things even your GM the media gave him a pass because of it . I know it hurt that they give one quarterback a pass and others they don’t. Just like when they sign Brady all you heard from them in 2020 before the season started was they have to give Brady a running game and work off the play action passes. They even told you that no risk it no biscuit offense is a high risk for turnovers. I know you to young but BA was the coach who helped coach Payton Manning to a 100 picks just like big Ben, Andrew Luck, Carlson Palmer. And they brought up at the beginning of the season when Brady started throwing those pick sixes . Lol 😆

  80. Youngbucs Says:

    Your excuses are endless and none of them will help winston be better. He has to do that from within. Like I always say the field will do the talking can’t wait for the season we will get our answers.

  81. Youngbucs Says:

    Hey oneilbucs guess what since 2015 the year winston was drafted. Guess which QB has the most wins without a 100yd rusher????? You already know the answer Tom f$cking Brady 🤡. Tom Brady don’t need your excuses he thrives regardless. And before you say what happened in 2019 I’ll tell u the truth not made up stuff week 17 Miami ate the pats d up you claim was so dominant cost them a bye week. Tom gave them the lead with 2-3 minutes left. Fitz magic drove 80yds on that dominant d lol. Then in the playoffs the Titans bitch slapped that pats defense pounded them.

  82. Youngbucs Says:

    Also Brady’s 2019 season is better than any Winston season with no weapons check yo sheets!

  83. Oneilbuc Says:

    Youngbucs Brady threw a pick 6 to lose the game against the Titans !! And the bucs built a all-star team for Brady because Brady new they wasn’t going to win with that roster last year. And since you are talking about 2015 go see what the bucs defense was ranked vs the bucs offense between 2015 and 2019 !! Go see wich defense gave up the most yards and the most points in the NFL I can promise you the bucs were top 5 each year besides the 2016 season and I believe they were still ranked 26th in defense. Lol 😆🤣

  84. Youngbucs Says:

    Oneibucs I knew U would say that because you’re a clown on his own 1 yds line with what 8-12 seconds no timeouts get a life.

  85. Youngbucs Says:

    So Brady’s int up against his own end zone 14 seconds left with no time outs lost the pats that gm? Your the guy the guy who says Winston ot int against the falcons didn’t lose the Bucs that gm😂. You kill your own arguments move the goal post more than most huh oneibucs. Now go ahead and deflect start talking about Peyton Manning or something 😂.

  86. gp Says:

    Really surprised this article is still producing posts!
    Seems to be mainly Young and Oneil pushing the numbers now.
    Personally, I don’t even read Oneil’s posts anymore, just scan them to see if he actually comes up with something new. 5-6 talking points recycled, restructured, and regurgitated ad nauseam.
    Can’t really blame him for trying though. It’s the same formula used by the talking heads in the major “news” networks and they’ve got a large following of “believers”!

  87. Oneilbuc Says:

    Youngbucs lol 😆😂🤣 I can tell you are a little boy !! I’m using your own narrative against you and it wasn’t 13 seconds left . Now it’s the team when the Patriots or Bucs lost !! But when the Patriots won those superbowls it was Brady when the bucs won it was all Brady lol 😆😆 that’s the same way the media your GM talks all the time lol 😆🤣!!

  88. Oneilbuc Says:

    GP you are apart of the brain washing media because you believe everything they tell you lol 😆😂🤣 !! I have fun with yall false narratives lol 😆😂 !!

  89. gp Says:

    Nope, nothing new, doesn’t even have a clue who he’s attacking or how. SMH

  90. gp Says:

    If he had taken the time to read ANY other posts he would know that few, if any posters on this site distrust the media more than I.
    Of course that would require him to step outside of his little bubble of “reality” and that might be dangerous to his psyche. If he had to change or modify his world view, he might just disappear!

  91. Youngbucs Says:

    Oneilbucs 14 seconds left from his own 1 you can’t rewrite history sorry. How are you using my narrative against me you say anything. I gave you a direct example it’s a fact you said winston did not lose that gm. You can’t debate with me i like making you look foolish. You can’t dispute what I just said so you respond with more gibberish. Winston could suck this season and you will still make excuses.

  92. Youngbucs Says:

    I’m done see you in another thread loser.

  93. Oneilbuc Says:

    GP. My world view you probably don’t want to know!! My world view is base on one person who die and was who rasid from the dead . And my world view is base on Him the one that saved me . And his name is Jesus!!! This statement probably won’t make on this site I hope it dose !!! That’s why I said stop the worshiping of Brady.

  94. Tye Says:


    I was drawn back here the same way; notice the added comments and was curious ‘why 90 comments?’

    I now wonder if there is any other BUST in NFL history still caused so much debate a full year after being released by his 1st team as the great BUST Winston…. Then again, on second glance over comments it’s only 1 person in denial with an extremely high opinion of himself over the mass….

  95. gp Says:

    As you can see by the post above yours, there’s one guy who thinks Jesus has returned and changed his name to Jameis.
    Just shows how weak he is on that subject as well.
    “Such a strange little man!”

  96. Melmcclell Says:

    I agree. I think Jameis will have a breakout season, make the Pro Bowl, Lise in the first round of the playoffs in Seattle, & have a great 10-year career in New Orleans, & break our hearts time and time again, beginning in about three years… IF, they run an offense that gets the ball out of his hands very quickl. He CAN’T Just Stand Back There All Day, & Runnin’ Around, Then Just SLINGIN’ It DEEP To WHOEVER, & WHENEVER!!!! I Wish He Could’ve Sat Behind Brady For These Few Years.

  97. Oneilbuc Says:

    GP and Ty . I can care less about Jamies as a football player . Yall act like Jamies beat yall up are something. Now you just said I treat Jamies like Jesus wich is not true . But I bet you I can go to the next site and show you how you treat Brady like a god. Lol 😆🤣 and if anyone on here doesn’t hate Jamies or if they just say I wish him nothing but the best, and just about every person on here will get mad 🤣 !!

  98. bradybucs Says:

    No player has had more excuses made for him than Jameis by his homer fans.

  99. Oneilbuc Says:

    Well keep calling facts excuses !! Keep thinking that Jamies was the problem when this team was trash!! Just like I said how come the offense was ranked top 5 in scoring between 2015 and 2019 and only had one year with a running game and the next 4 without a running game. And the defense gave up the most yards and points the pass 5 years they were ranked at the bottom of the NFL in defense but Jamies was the main problem lol 😆😂🤣 ok !!! I feel sorry for Kyle Trask he will be the next scapegoat on this site just like Jamies !! Top 5 offense with no running game and a 32 ranked defense for 5 years but Jamies was the main problem lol 😆😂🤣 !!! I’m done lol 😆🤣

  100. Jack Says:

    The fact Sean Payton turn Drew Brees who has half the skill set of Jamies into an All Time Great, after a shoulder injurie and a few less statiscal years than Winston had in Tampa Bay should worry Bucs fans. You might have gotten another wrong and this time you will see your mistakes at least twice a year. #WhoDat

  101. Oneilbuc Says:

    Melmcclell. That’s why I feel sorry for Kyle Trask because that’s what Jamies was ask to do with Dirk and BA !! And the bad part about it BA said he’s not leaving after Brady wich means it will be no running game to help Kyle Trask and Trask will be ask to hold on to the ball and chunk up the field with no interceptions. If it get pick then bad throw on him and good coaching on BA lol 😆😂 !!