Bruce Arians: Tyrion Lannister
In keeping up with Lannisters, Tyrion has been known to be exceptionally smart. He saved King’s Landing multiple times, maintained Meereen in Daenerys’ absence, but has been known to be somewhat abrasive with his words at times. Other than the height, head coach Bruce Arians fits the bill. Arians is one of the best quarterback coaches in the league, but has been known to snap on players in a sharp manner from time to time.
It even helps that while Bruce Arians is trying to reform Jamies Winston, Tyrion played a large role in helping nudge his brother Jamie in the right direction in his personal development. The hope for the Buccaneers is that with Arians’ help, Jamies can come out the other end as a successful and well-liked player.
Jameis Winston: Jamie Lannister
No one on the team is in need of redemption more than quarterback Jameis Winston is this season. The former first round pick has had a career that has been marred with controversy. His talent is undeniable, but his decision-making on and off the field has been questionable at best, much like the Kingslayer.
As the show has progressed, Jamie Lannister has gone from being an almost hated character, to one that people have begun to cheer for. His arc of redemption is one of the best storylines in the show, and this change occurred around season 5, similar to how Jameis is entering his 5th year with the team. Jameis is blessed to have two hands (unlike Jamie), and a coach and offense that fully believe in him. Get ready to watch the Bucs quarterback this year aim for a Jamie Lannister-esque evolution.