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    • DEBUCSOWN

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      1 year 12 million

    • seekpar

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      Yawn…

    • Boid Fink

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      Lol. And he tried to fleece the Bucs for 30 million?

      And he slammed the Bucs staff on his way out and trolled the team. And he took league min.

      After never appearing in the playoffs, throwing the most interceptions out of any QB during that time, also led the league in fumbles…he had all the weapons.

      Let’s not forget his touchy ways with Uber drivers and rape allegations, stealing…and the Bucs ownership still gave him more chances.

      Jameis is a turd of a human being. He is a Saint. How ironic.

    • BucBalla85

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      1 year deal though. Will be interesting to see how he does if he wins the starting job.

    • Tampa Bay Todd

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      So Winston and Hill getting paid about the same? Honestly I think the Bucs defense will be disappointed if Winston isn’t the starter there. You know they have to be extremely eager to get a shot at causing him distress twice a year!

    • Runole

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      So much irrational hatred. To the haters hope this makes you feel better.lol

    • Boid Fink

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      So many Jameis slurpers. Hope your allegiance to one man is worth it co suffering I don’t give a flying fug about FSU. Or their fanboys who worship at the feet of a scumbag who sucks at football.

      • Runole

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        So many Jameis slurpers. Hope your allegiance to one man is worth it co suffering I don’t give a flying fug about FSU. Or their fanboys who worship at the feet of a scumbag who sucks at football.
        So much anger proving my point. For the record I was completely for Brady coming here and Winston being released. Your vulgarity doesn’t paint a good picture of your character. Your problem not mine. Should the R- word be assigned to you?

    • Boid Fink

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      I did censor myself you asshole. 😂

    • Jr.3

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      I was wishing JW the best until he signed with a division rival . I dont blame him but unfortunately I cant root for a team that could affect the Buccaneers so much.

    • BuccaNOLEer

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      I hope Jameis does well for his own sake. But I hope the Bucs kick his ass the two times they face him in 2021.

    • RayJayinTBay

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      Yet another free agency win for us!

    • Live4BUCS

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      Without Jameis – we don’t win the Superbowl. Let me explain: without Jameis we don’t draft top 15 every year and build a great core of players through the draft. Without Jameis being a #2 overall pick and being able to hang around for 5 years (Just enough for Brady to leave Pats) – we don’t get Brady either.

      I’m just saying I’m forever grateful for Jameis. He helped build a Superbowl team in Tampa.

      • Kermit56

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        I like the way you think, Live4.

      • DEBUCSOWN

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        Jameis was #1 overall.

        Mariota was #2.

    • GenoaBucs

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      The deal has a maximum value of $12.5 million but is basically $5.5 million ($4.5 million signing bonus + $1 million guaranteed base salary), up to $7 million worth in incentives and two voidable years for cap purposes. Pelissero adds, under the assumption his incentives — based on playing time, wins, playoff wins and a variety of stats — are all classified as “not likely to be earned”.

      https://www.nfl.com/news/qb-jameis-winston-re-signing-with-saints

      It’s close to Cam Newton’s new contract but Winston is 6 years younger than Cam.

    • Swash

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      You gotta presume he took significantly less to go back to New Orleans than he was offered by Chicago.

      Chicago’s cupboard is bare.. looks like Dalton will be their guy. Yikes.

    • theknees

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      Winston gets to play under SP. Pretty frightening prospect.

    • MichaelMyersIsABucsFan

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      Winston gets to play under SP. Pretty frightening prospect.

      For who? The Bucs? Nope. He just isn’t good.

    • Biggs3535

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      Winston gets to play under SP. Pretty frightening prospect.

      It was scary as hell when he was holding the clipboard for Taysom Hill.

    • kenntak

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      I liked Winston and wanted him to succeed until I saw he was not improving by the 5th year. He is the enemy now, and irrelevant to us other than having to game plan against him during the year. I don’t know why people are still infatuated with him, HE IS NOT A BUC.

    • GenoaBucs

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      The most important thing in his years as a Buc is that his contract expired in the same year the GOAT decided to get out of Boston.

    • Boid Fink

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      Lol@ Biggs.

      That was scary. Just as scary as Jameis swinging a bat in the pocket during his workout drill. Maybe he thought that was his best chance at success?

    • theknees

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      Winston gets to play under SP. Pretty frightening prospect.

      It was scary as hell when he was holding the clipboard for Taysom Hill.

      Yeah, your hatred towards the black community is well documented. You must hate living in 2021. Sad.

    • Boid Fink

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      @theknees Jameis is awful. He never did shit for Tampa Bucs, and he crapped all over the coaches and management.

      Why don’t you go join them you waffling muppet twat…

    • captain ahab

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      I agree with Runole, the hatred for Winston by some is a bit over the top. Here is a guy who gave his all on the field, owns most every passing record in franchise history, look it up. The offensive line prior to Wirfs and Gronk was piss poor terrible and began to play as a unit last year. Many of the posters threads prior to the super bowl run were centered around the poor play of the offensive line, near last in the league in rushing and the same with pass protection. On the other side of the ball the defense was just horrid.
      For certain Winston’s turnovers were his downfall, with that said he never threw more interceptions then touchdowns in any season college or pro. If you look at the history of QB’s in Tampa, most threw more int’s then TD’s which includes the great Hall of Famer Steve Young. Buccaneer great Doug Williams threw as many picks as TD’s. Winston has thrown for about 5,000 more yards then the next on the list which would be Vinnie Testaverde, he did so in fewer years under center. BTW Vinnie threw 112 interceptions to just 77 TD’s. Winston Threw for 19,737 yards here in Tampa, his QB rating trails only Brady and Jeff Garcia of QB’s who started at least a seasons worth of games.
      Obviously Brady gives the Buc’s the best chance to win, Brady would give most teams the best chance to win as he is obviously a legend on the field. While I appreciate Brady being here, I never got on board with the hate Winston clan. While I am not anointing Winston as a ring of honor candidate, I believe he deserves a bit more respect for his accomplishments.

      • Runole

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        Well stated. Too much over the top hatred by CFB in state rivals?

    • Biggs3535

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      You must hate living in 2021.

      No, I’m not a Seminole fan.

    • Boid Fink

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      Ba ha ha ha ha!

    • Boid Fink

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      Jameis made that line terrible. He couldn’t call out a defense. He held the ball too long. He missed wide open targets. He shit in the team and tried to fleece them.

      He can piss off. Line his fanboys did. I have awful memories of his turnovers costing this team important games. He was a petulant backstabbed phony, as we have seen him for his true colors.

    • m_j

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      jameis can beat anyone, but he is more likely to lose those games, so I’m fine with him being NO starter!

      when talking jameis our fans always think about playing him twice, I am thinking about overall picture, they can‘t be in front of us with jameis, no way

    • BucsSavant

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      Jamies low-IQ playing style will not mesh well with the saints offense requiring quick decisions. He should’ve signed with Pittsburgh for his mentorship. Always projected to more of a Big Ben than a brees type.

    • FireLicht2020

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      No skin in the FSU-UF rivalry.

      My undying hatred of Winston has nothing to do with his college.

      Shitty person

      Shitty QB

      That went to our rival

      I’ll be rooting extra hard against the Saint this year.

      I want Winston to fail and I don’t care what anyone thinks.

      It’s Bucs and Bucs only… he’s fucking garbage.

      • Runole

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        Tell us how you really feel? lol Hidden failures in your own life bring out such vitriol? What is ironic is those that actually know him including his teammates disagree with your hate filled diatribe.
        Do you hate him more than DT?

      • FireLicht2020

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        I’m not a millionaire but I’m plenty happy with my family and life.

        Winston is a shit person.

        Such a great teammate that he ate a W after holding a clipboard during a Saints route at home.

        Fuck him… why would I wish him well when he went to our rivals and is still the same immature punk that he was in college.

    • BucBalla85

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      Pretty easy to see who cares more about players who went to their favorite college than the Bucs. It’s fine just don’t pretend you care just as much about the bucs. Also it’s pretty easy to see why buc fans dislike Jameis. If you don’t understand the hate he gets its because you are blinded by your love for fsu players.

      • Runole

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        WRONG!

        Nope I will root for the Bucs over the Saints. Do you hate Sapp and Lynch?

    • Boid Fink

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      Yup. Last two posts are boss.

    • lazyfans

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      COVID-19 Reduced U.S. life expectancy, especially among Black and Latino populations
      The researchers project that, due to the pandemic deaths last year, life expectancy at birth for Americans will shorten by 1.13 years to 77.48 years, according to their study published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

      That is the largest single-year decline in life expectancy in at least 40 years and is the lowest life expectancy estimated since 2003. The projected pandemic-related drop in life expectancy is about 10 times as large as the declines seen in recent years.

      The declines in life expectancy are likely even starker among Black and Latino communities. For Blacks, the researchers project their life expectancy would shorten by 2.10 years to 72.78 years, and for Latinos, by 3.05 years to 78.77 years.

      Whites are also impacted, but their projected decline is much smaller — 0.68 years — to a life expectancy of 77.84 years.

      Overall, the gap in life expectancy between Blacks and whites is projected to widen by 40%, from 3.6 to more than 5 years — further evidence of the disease’s disparate impact on diverse communities.

      “Our study analyzes the effect of this exceptional number of deaths on life expectancy for the entire nation, as well as the consequences for marginalized groups,” said study author Theresa Andrasfay, a postdoctoral fellow at the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology, who earned her Ph.D. at Princeton in 2019. “The COVID-19 pandemic’s disproportionate effect on the life expectancy of Black and Latino Americans likely has to do with their greater exposure through their workplace or extended family contacts, in addition to receiving poorer health care, leading to more infections and worse outcomes.”

      COVID-19 appears to have eliminated many of the gains made in closing the Black-white life expectancy gap since 2006. Latinos, who have consistently experienced lower mortality than whites — a phenomenon known as the “Latino paradox” — would see their more than three-year survival advantage over whites reduced to less than one year.

      “The huge decline in life expectancy for Latinos is especially shocking given that Latinos have lower rates than the white and Black populations of most chronic conditions that are risk factors for COVID-19,” said study co-author Noreen Goldman, the Hughes-Rogers Professor of Demography and Public Affairs at the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs. “The generally good health of Latinos prior to the pandemic, which should have protected them from COVID-19, has laid bare the risks associated with social and economic disadvantage.”

      The study’s authors estimated life expectancy at birth and at age 65 for 2020 for the total U.S. population and by race and ethnicity. They used four scenarios of deaths — one in which the COVID-19 pandemic had not occurred and three others that include COVID-19 mortality projections by the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, an independent global health research center at the University of Washington.

      “The bigger reductions in life expectancy for the Black and Latino populations result in part from a disproportionate number of deaths at younger ages for these groups,” Goldman said. “These findings underscore the need for protective behaviors and programs to reduce potential viral exposure among younger individuals who may not perceive themselves to be at high risk.”

      Life expectancy as an indicator of population health
      Of the analyzed deaths for which race and ethnicity have been reported to the National Center for Health Statistics, 21% were Black and 22% Latino. Black and Latino Americans have experienced a disproportionate burden of coronavirus infections and deaths, reflecting persistent structural inequalities that heighten risk of exposure to and death from COVID-19.

      The researchers say life expectancy is an important indicator of a population’s health and an informative tool for examining the impact of COVID-19 on survival.

      In the decades before the COVID-19 pandemic, annual improvements in U.S. life expectancy had been small, but overall life expectancy had rarely declined. An exception was the annual reduction of 0.1 year for three consecutive years — 2015, 2016, and 2017 — which were attributed in part to increases in so-called “deaths of despair” among middle-aged whites related to drug overdoses, including opioids, as well as alcohol-related liver disease and suicide.

      The last major pandemic to significantly reduce life expectancy in a short period of time was the 1918 influenza pandemic, which research indicates reduced life expectancy by an extraordinary 7-12 years.

      As of Jan. 13, more than 10 million Americans had received their first COVID-19 vaccination dose, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. But the vaccines may not be enough to immediately reverse the impact of the disease on U.S. life expectancy.

      “While the arrival of effective vaccines is hopeful, the U.S. is currently experiencing more daily COVID-19 deaths than at any other point in the pandemic,” Andrasfay said. “Because of that, and because we expect there will be long-term health and economic effects that may result in worse mortality for many years to come, we expect there will be lingering effects on life expectancy in 2021.”

      “That said,” she added, “no cohort may ever experience a reduction in life expectancy of the magnitude attributed to COVID-19 in 2020.”

      The study authors say they are now studying occupational exposures to COVID-19 by race and ethnicity to further comprehend its disproportionate impact.

    • Jackson Lini

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      Lucky for Jameis he has skills and contacts he can fall back on if this NFL QB thing doesn’t quite work out! Publix may have an opening for an undercover security guard overseeing the crab legs display! Then again, he might become a Uber driver!

    • BucBalla85

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      WRONG!

      Nope I will root for the Bucs over the Saints. Do you hate Sapp and Lynch?

      Are you really comparing Winston to Sapp and Lynch? This is exactly what I’m talking about. Your love for Winston is elevated because of your love for fsu. No buc fan is gonna compare Winston to Sapp and Lynch but a fsu fan might compare him to them because of his elevated love for Winston because he went to fsu. Like I said its not really a big deal, just own it. It’s not a crime to be a fsu fan just be real about your homerism for fsu. Like all bootz or theknees needed to do to get people off his case was just own his love for fsu players over the bucs. Its obvious when he types and when you don’t own it just makes you look stupid. Maybe that doesn’t matter to you.

    • Boid Fink

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      Truth BucBalla. Spit it!

    • BucBalla85

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      And to be clear I’m not saying you can’t be a fan of fsu and the bucs. Just saying that your love for fsu taints your opinion on Winston as a buc fan because you are a fsu fan. For whatever reason you fsu fans have zero clue as to why he gets the negativity that he does and it’s honestly kind of baffling and impressive at the same time. Yall stick by your players no matter how bad they have been. And even though Winston is the leading passer in franchise history that doesn’t mean he was good here. I dont feel like I should be explaining this but his turnovers were a giant reason why he gets the hate he does. That should be reason enough for you guys but just because we mention that we are a hater. Its such ridiculousness and this is why your boy and fsu fans have gotten the reputation you have.

    • Charles

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      in a blind sample…winston;s stas suck.

      white purple black or red,

      dude is mentally weak.

    • FireLicht2020

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      It’ll be really easy rooting against him. The best part?

      I hope he starts over Hill… I hope he has a few good games and gets that stupid swag.

      It’ll make it that much sweeter when he chokes…

      Because we all know, Winston is fool’s gold when there is nothing to play for… and Benny fucking Hill when it matters.

      Oh yes, I’m going enjoy the salty tears of the Winston fan bois…

      And I’ll be eager to see the “bucs fans” that would rather Winston beat the Bucs

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      Tell us how you really feel? lol Hidden failures in your own life bring out such vitriol? What is ironic is those that actually know him including his teammates disagree with your hate filled diatribe.
      Do you hate him more than DT?

      So many Jameis slurpers. Hope your allegiance to one man is worth it co suffering I don’t give a flying fug about FSU. Or their fanboys who worship at the feet of a scumbag who sucks at football.
      So much anger proving my point. For the record I was completely for Brady coming here and Winston being released. Your vulgarity doesn’t paint a good picture of your character. Your problem not mine. Should the R- word be assigned to you?

      Racialists are just as guilty as racists.

      Also, I hope your financial advise is better than your football accumen.

    • Donkey_Hunter

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      Can’t wait to watch Jaboo pad our secondary’s interception total.

      Hell, LVD and White might grab a few for themselves.

    • kenntak

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      Arians did not want a QB that turned the ball over that much. It’s that simple. Maybe Winston will improve. He had his chance in Tampa, with good coaches by the way, and he blew it. I don’t wish him well as a QB now, as he is not a Buccaneer! By the way, I did go to FSU.

    • BuccaNOLEer

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      Winston tried to throw a retirement party for Drew Brees. Unfortunately, it was intercepted and returned for a touchdown.

    • seekpar

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      LOL!

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