For those Bucs fans worrying about Jameis Winston raiding area Publix supermarkets if he is in fact the Bucs No. 1 draft pick on Thursday night, have no fear. According to TMZ.com, Skipper’s Smokehouse off of Skipper Road and Nebraska Avenue has Winston’s wants covered.
Skipper’s owner, a 1968 FSU graduate, is reportedly “gonna hook him up with all the legs he can eat.”
You can checkout Skipper’s Smokehouse here, a place I highly recommend. Not just for the crab legs but the fried gator tail, oysters and a killer Key Lime pie. They also have a great outdoors music venue. Okay, that’s enough free advertising for them.
Five more days Bucs fans. Just five more days.
Mark Cook currently is the director of editorial content and Bucs beat writer and has written for PewterReport.com since 2011. Cook has followed the Buccaneers since 1977 when he first began watching football with his Dad and is fond of the 1979 Bucs team that came within 10 points of going to a Super Bowl. His favorite Bucs game is still the 1979 divisional playoff win 24-17 over the Eagles. In his spare time Cook enjoys playing guitar, fishing, surfing and family time at the beach. In addition, Cook can be found in front of a television or in Doak Campbell any time the FSU Seminoles are playing. Cook is a native of Pinecrest in Eastern Hillsborough County and has written for numerous publications including the Tampa Tribune, In the Field and Ya'll Magazine. Cook can be reached at [email protected]
Haha. Gotta love it.
Weird & funny all at the same time. The best part of this is knowing that Skippers is still around. It’s been about 17 years or so, but I liked the place.
I’d rather you report that he attended a Brooks charity event this weekend in Tampa. Is this true?
Yes it is true. Winston was there with brooks and Lovie. All the haters can just forget about mariota at this point. It’s a done deal. I know I said I wasn’t posting until after the draft but I figured I could answer you surfer without getting wrecked by mariota and his cult.
Yes he will be there. I was at the Hard Rock tonight and he was there for Brook’s charity event.
Winston is a great salesman I’ll give him that. Mariota is a lousy salesman and will be a better QB from mid-2015 and beyond. We’ll see which one the Bucs go with.
I’m planning to enjoy some crab legs on Draft night.
This reminds me of the time John McKay told a reporter he “didn’t know a football from a watermelon” The next day someone “hooked up” the old coach with a melon on the doorstep. John then said he, “didn’t know a football from a Mercedes”. No such luck getting that freebie.
In five years, when Winston has led the Buccaneers to two Super Bowls, become the first quarterback in history to start for a full season and not throw a single interception, and received a Nobel Prize in Maritime Biology for Shellfish Conservation, we will all look back at the winter of 2015 and laugh. – Mike Tanier, Bleacher Report.
seriously, what is better than a plate of food from Skippers on a Thursday night with Uncle John’s Band rocking it??????
Something the area fans in Tampa might want to consider between M.M, and Winston. Bucs icons Brooks, and Allstott stayed in Tampa after their playing days. We still enjoy their presence in the community till this day. Jameis has already bent over backwards to attend both players events, where’s Marcus? If Winston were to retire a Buc, I believe he’ll stay in Tampa after his playing days. I see Mariota sailing back to the Islands to live his quiet life, just my opinion. Winston, will you be mad if the Bucs don’t pick you? Hurt, man that’s my home town. Mariota, you don’t care where you get drafted do you? No. Guess what Marcus? Me neither.
Look Winston isn’t being altruistic with is Alstott and Brook charity thing. He’ll be looking at both of them in the next several years to support his own foundation. It doesn’t make sense for Mariota to be here – he’s not projected to be a Buccaneer. As for the story, shame on PR for preporting this crableg gimmick. This franchise is a complete joke with MRSA, HIPAA, bad coaches, chronic losing – and now crablegs.
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