Is It Fair For Tampa Bay Buccaneers To Evaluate Winston On Just 2019?

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Jameis Winston

FAB 1. Is It Fair For The Bucs To Evaluate Winston On Just 2019?

We’ve seen it all from Tampa Bay quarterback Jameis Winston this year.

We’ve seen the sterling performance in a 55-40 Week 4 upset of the Rams out in Los Angeles when Winston threw for 385 yards and four touchdowns with one interception and was the NFC Offensive Player of the Week – looking like the number one overall pick from the 2015 NFL Draft.

And we’ve seen an absolute clunker from Winston in a 37-26 loss to Carolina in London two weeks later when he passed for 400 yards with a career-high five interceptions and a fumble to go along with just one touchdown – a game in which Winston has lived up to his “turnover machine” moniker.

We’ve seen Winston play really well in a loss, as he did in a Week 3 32-31 defeat to New York when he passed for 380 yards and three touchdowns and one interception as he drove the Bucs down the field for a potential game-winning field goal, only to see rookie Matt Gay miss the kick.

And we’ve seen Winston play decent in a win against Arizona last week as he threw for 358 yards and just one touchdown with two interceptions.

There are seven more games to evaluate Winston before the Bucs have to make an absolutely monumental decision about whether or not he is the quarterback of the future in Tampa Bay. Winston is in an ever-important fifth-year option that is paying him $20.922 million in 2019.


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