The statistical stuff is nice, but for those that are out there is Winston showing any improvement day-to-day in training camp with his passing? Is his re-worked delivery still the one he is using or has he reverted back to his old, longer throwing motion?
Fabio:The "Marine" was there in person, and he did say Winston got better deeper into the practice, showing he was not being universally critical.Maybe the early passes did flutter and maybe the interception was under thrown.Sometimes it is what it is. Cook (PR) said Winston crashed back to earth compared to the previous day and gave Winston a C for his performance.If you want to rationalize, rather than attach the "Marine," take solace in the fact that so far in Winston's life, he has shown a consistent ability to rebound from most adversities, like he is learning from his shortcomings and using them to get better.
Winston's throws on Friday were piss poor...quite a few wobbly ducks and his first pick was badly under thrown. He finished up the practice looking better.
Its going to be a long season with you...you going to be critiquing every move winston does.
Sorry dude...I call it like I see it. It is nothing personal against Winston...I just don't swing from his nuts thinking everything he does is fabulous. Early in the session his passes were piss poor...not even remotely close be being spirals...but at the end of practice, there was zip on his passes and they on target...again...nothing personal. IDGAF who the QB for the Bucs is...as long as he wins!!
Some seem to take pleasure in errors made by Winston. Perhaps if that wasn't the case their comments would be better received.
That may be true, but there are at least as many if not more people who are over sensitive to any critical remarks, even those that are fair and balanced remarks. It's a fact, Winston will make mistakes this year. Every player does, especially rookies. And it is 100% OK to talk about them. The trick is to find a balance.
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