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The Bucs season ended in a way that highlighted one of the biggest topics for the team this season, a Jameis Winston interception thrown on the first pass. This time, it didn’t happen in regulation, but in overtime, Winston’s first pass was intercepted and taken back to the house as the Bucs lost 28-22. Now that the Bucs have finished the season at 7-9, the number one question is can this team win with Winston?

Decision day is coming for the Bucs as they decide what they want to do with Winston. The general consensus is from the PR staff is that Winston will be back next season, but in what capacity? The Bucs have only used the franchise tag four teams in their team history since the tag was created. Will they use it again, or can they convince Winston to sign a two to three year shorter deal? In this same game, Winston became the eighth quarterback to throw for 5,000 yards and also became the first to join the 30-30 club of 30 touchdowns and 30 interceptions. There’s no easy answer to this.

Outside of all the questions around Winston, we also break down the rough game Matt Gay had, where he missed three kicks. If Gay makes one of them, the Bucs win this game and we’re not talking about Winston’s turnovers issues.

Shaq Barrett also broke a franchise record and Jason Pierre-Paul had another big game. The PR staff stresses how important it is that they both return next season as this defense grows together and improves on how well they’ve played in the second half of the season. Stay tuned for another wild episode of the Pewter Nation Podcast.

6 COMMENTS

  1. IF..they decide to absolutely keep Jameis. I would franchise him for 1 yr. I don’t quite know what will be there by the time we pick in the 1st or 2nd. Problem is, we got a couple of other pressing needs also. But I get this sinking feeling..we have seen the best of Jameis. And probably not..his worst. I hope I am wrong if he stays. Arians got this belief he can help him. I don’t know. But one thing I am certain of…We are gonna need even a better Defense if Jameis hangs around. Because we just don’t know which bullet is going to shoot out of his gun. Jameis is great for a stretch. He’s proved that. But like venomous snake, he will turn south on you. and when he does, it hurts the team badly. That loss today though gotta go to the missed 3 easy field goals.

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  2. The ball was barely tipped and Jones was standing there waiting for it. Quit making excuses for Mr. Turnover.

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  3. I don’t know about Marcus Mariota being able to throw for 5000 yards with the Bucs, but Case Keenum amongst others could probably throw for 5000 yards with Mike Evans, Godwin, and Brate.

    Then, the Bucs finally find a running game, and Winston can’t convert on third and short.

    I can imagine Teddy Bridgewater, and Sam Bradford can both win a superbowl with the weapons on this team.

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    • I mean Teddy Bridgewater, Sam Bradford, amongst others can come in here, throw for four hundred yards, Td’s, and not throw all these ints

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    • LOL

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  4. Another consideration is how giving JW $27M in 2020 affects bringing back the majority of the FA’s on D considering their improvement the last half of this season. Personally believe solidifying D trumps bringing back JW.

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