Rookie quarterback Jameis Winston is an emotional, passionate athlete and Bucs offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter wouldn’t have it any other way.“I think passion is great,” Tampa Bay’s first-year coordinator said Wednesday. “I think passion by any player is fantastic. Whatever emotion – and passion being one of those – that a player has on display, as long as it’s not affecting his play or the play of the other players, I think is great. And one thing about Jameis is I don’t think he’s ever fake-emotional. I think whatever you see from Jameis, from what I’ve seen, has always been real.”https://www.pewterreport.com/articles/winston-must-learn-to-control-on-field-emotions-koetter-says/
I dont know. He’s in a lot of cross hairs out there and seems to have handled himself pretty well. Better than a lot of veterans have handled themselves in similar or worse situations than Donald. He gets a passing grade this season for how he handled the responsibilities both on an off the field this season. Impressive.
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