Jameis Winston reached a milestone during his four touchdown performance in the Bucs’ 38-17 win over the Detroit Lions. Winston broke the Bucs’ franchise single season touchdown passing record when he threw his 29th touchdown of the year to Breshad Perriman. Winston added another touchdown to Perriman that increased his record to 30.

Winston also became the first NFL quarterback in history to throw for back-to-back 450 yard games.

Winston’s 30 touchdowns surpasses his own previous franchise record of 28 from 2016, which was Winston’s second NFL season. Winston ended the game completing 28 passes on 42 attempts for 458 yards with four touchdowns and one interception. The 458 passing yards was also a career high, surpassing his career high of 456 that he accomplished just one week ago. All of this was done as Winston was dealing with a thumb injury during the week.

On the season, Winston has thrown for 4,573 yards, 30 touchdowns, and 24 interceptions.  Led by Winston, the Bucs’ 416 points scored this season is the most in franchise history with two games remaining on the schedule.

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  1. So, yes he’ll be back in 2020

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  2. Boy he had a great day didn’t he? Kudos to him.

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    • Who is this really?

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  3. Maybe Jameis should keep that fractured thumb…

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  4. Winston hasn’t even hit his ceiling yet…he is very young still.

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  5. Oh where oh where is clown-ass-bob to paint a negative picture about how breaking NFL and team records is dumb. It has to be a rough day for him.

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  6. It’s hard when this team is winning and Winston is balling. What are we supposed to do without the negative comments from our resident posters? I wonder if they sleep well when Winston plays like this? I know I sure do. It’s nice to see all the positive posts for a change. It makes it easier to come the these message boards. I’m ecstatic about the improvement with this team and that’s with all the injuries mounting up. It’ll be a much needed offseason for some of these guys. Way to go Jaboo!!

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  7. Congratulations #3!

    Re-writing/righting the record book!

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  8. MizzoBucs, its been a rough 4 weeks for DumbAss. He peeked his snout out from underneath his rock only once last week.
    Other than that he has done his normal disappearing act after a Buc win.
    He’s such a jerk and a troll.

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  9. Winston is steering ship this to mediocrity. Low draft position will bring average talent, exactly what team doesnt need to get better. Will not be a playoff team with Winston. Enjoy him folks, glad you thinks he’s great, look at your record, not playoff team all five years he has played. He has not proven he can beat winning teams regularly with his turnovers, and poor decisions. He is a roller coaster ride, exhilarating when plays well, and nauseating when turns it over and makes poor decisions. Maybe all the Bucs losing seasons have made everyone excited to be 50/50 team. You dont need an exhilarating inconsistent QB, look at Brad Johnson, nothing spectacular, steady eddy, and Bucs Champs. Bet everyone now thinks he is worth 25 million/year, at the detriment to the rest of team. Lets see players we lose after signing him. JPP, Barrett, Nassib? Most TDs but most INTs and therefore NOT in the hunt… beat another sorry team, and everyones jacked, crazy… See if can beat Houston and Atlanta?! Just saying.

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    • OJ Howard wasn’t average talent when they picked him #19 overall. The first round always has talented players. The dropoff of talent in the draft is usually past the top 100 prospects, but even then you can find gems in the later rounds.

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      • I thought he went 12 overall??

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    • Lol. Yeah, let’s see if Jameis can do it without Evans, Godwin, Miller, and possibly Smith. At least if they lose to the Texans next week, you’ll be able to hang your head high and tell us all you told us so. There’s a lot more to the Int’s like having a better run game so you’re not throwing every down. Having a better oline and a defense that gels will also help. But you keep telling yourself that one mane makes a team a super bowl contender.

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    • @borkdog you mean that Atlanta team that just beat San Francisco on the west coast? Seems like that’s a pretty good team to me. They’re 4-2 in their last six with one of those losses to the Bucs.

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      • Is it just me or does it seem like Borkdog is just a slightly sober PHUC-ASS-SLOB?

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    • I like how he wants to say all we need is a Brad Johnson, forgetting Brad Johnson had a more solid Oline and one of the best Defenses in History! See, if you’re gonna try to pass off shoddy numbers, you might wanna check the math first.

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    • You also forget that teams like Detroit and Cleveland and Arizona have had top picks often and they are rarely better for it. Any Real Fan would rather see them finish strong to see who they really have going into next year and take whatever pick that gets them. We wouldn’t have an automatic turnaround if we yanked the rest of the year just for a high pick. We start to get better by winning more games and making solid picks, and there seems to be plenty of great players picked on the middle of the first round, so that statement is just dumb.

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    • Yawn

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      • ^^^^This post went in the wrong reply

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  10. Yeah suck-ass— tells us the 4 teams Bucs beat were “tanking.” Falcons beat Saints And panthers on road Then decide hey let’s tank to a Bucs at home. Lol. Then they decide hey let’s rank after we beat Niners. Guess they didn’t get the memo from dumb-ass-bob. Jags didn’t get memo about tanking either today. We have some real retards on here that can’t accept Bucs are improving and winning and have to make up dipshit reasons. Lol. You are ridiculous you morons.

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  11. The biggest shame is that Macabee isn’t here to enjoy this last four game run.

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    • I’m sure macabee is watching. Maybe he even called on a little divine intervention.

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  12. Winston has been on a roll, I would be happy to win out the season, could careless about our draft position at this point. Who would have thought we’d be a .500 team after being 3-7? Go bucs!

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  13. It’s not just about the wins. I mean… hey fricking 4 game win streak is awesome. We will certainly take them in these parts. But is the team playing better in all phases of the game. Defense…yes. Offense… yes. Special teams… yes. But there is always room for improvement. D-Line could get better penetration and thus more sacks. Oline could be better and Jameis could turn the ball over less. Special teams could use better return yardage. But that’s not the point. This team is getting better. Certainly better than the first quarter, half of season. BA and Byron r doing better in their roles preparing this team each week. Young secondary is combing around after some tuff going early on in the season. And Jameis, well he is throwing INTs in bunches but has over 30 TDs! He will probably have the first 5000 yard season in Buccaneer history! And he’s just 25! Even if ur not a Buc fan but just an NFL fan then u know u just don’t throw a 5000 yard, 30+ TDs, QB away! Look at the QB play in the NFL… times r getting lean and the old guards r showing their age. Jameis is a top 5 QB stat wise and he is getting better! 2 back to back 450+ yard games with a so called shitty O-Line! He now has some solid coaching and an explosive offense that will only get better with the establishment of a better running game! Fact! There really isn’t anyone that’s going to be available in Free Agency or at our mid round first round pick that can come in here and do any better than Jameis. Fact! Let’s cheer the Buc’s on and see if we can run the table. People and Announcers are talking about how fun it is to see Jameis and this Buccaneer Offense light up the scoreboard! When’s the last time we’ve heard that in Tampa Bay?! They r entertaining! They r scoring points! And they r fun to watch! Let’s be real here… Jameis is the Franchise QB of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and he’s not going anywhere…I’m just saying!

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  14. Jameis may turn the ball over, but he is better than any qb in the upcoming draft, any qb in free agency, and unless we give up draft picks to trade for one, jameis will either be franchiesed or signed to a long term deal. We can win with winston. He however needs a running game. We need to invest draft picks into our offense line and continue to build our defense. If we had a respectable running game Winstons turnovers would drop. At 7-7, out of playoff contention we are not only competing, but we’re getting better and winning. That says a lot about Bruce Arians and his impact on our young football team.

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  15. OK, I’m back on the Winston Train!

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  16. It also says a lot for Licht for recognizing players with potential who could be developed into stars and bringing BA to the Bucs to develop all that talent. No wonder he was a scout for the Patriots who win super bowls with low draft picks and undrafted talents who they develop into stars!

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  17. A long time ago I was critical of Licht myself but I finally figured out I was wrong and realized Licht’s tremendous talents and have tried to let other posters know. Now you are beginning to see it too.

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  18. Man is Jameis maddening. I was all out on him. And now he’s sucked me back in. And I’ve stopped and looked at a lot of stats today. I know you can’t erase games. Every game counts. But Jameis essentially had 3 horrendous games that have accounted for most of his bad stats. Wk1 vs the 49ers, vs Car, and @NO. In those 3 games he had 907 yards, a 57 comp %, 4 TD’s vs 12 int’s, and 6.4 YPA. Take away those 3 games, and he has a 63.5 comp %, 333 yds/GM, 26 TD’s vs 12 int’s and a ridiculous 8.9 YPA. Operate that to 16 games and it would come out to 5330 yards, 38 TD’s vs 17 int’s, 63.5%, and 8.9 YPA. Those are OPOY or MVP discussion type stats. Again I know you can’t erase 3 games, but the point is, he hasn’t been consistently bad. He’s just had 3 really really bad games. Which he’s prone to. Now add that on top of the fact that the rush offense is in the bottom 5 in yds/GM, and ypc. Pass defense is bottom 5 in yds/GM allowed, and TD passes allowed, and Jameis is the 3rd most sacked QB only behind K.Murray, and K.Allen. So he has no running game, no protection, and a defense that sells out to stop the run in a pass heavy league. I would draft the best OT available in the 1st round, try and trade for Melvin Gordon, and immediately, this team is a much better team next year. Because sadly enough the defense is actually starting to get better. They’re in the top half of the league in QB Rating allowed, top 5 in rush defense, top half in YPA allowed, and comp % allowed, and they’re 3rd behind only the Pats and 49ers in 3rd down % allowed. So amazingly, this defense is getting much better in the 2nd half. They’re also top half in sacks. I Think the players are starting to understand the coaching philosophies. Jameis is looking much more comfortable in this offense. If they draft the OLine in the 1st 2 rounds, and trade for Gordon, and beat it in JW head in the off-season to stop throwing the stupid pass, this team is close to making a serious playoff push. They’re not as far off as I thought. I love the coaching staff. Just keep getting better and draft Oline all day in the draft, and trade for a RB. The Cards got Drake. Bucs can get Gordon.

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