Will the Bucs cover my medical expenses?
I don’t know about you, but these interceptions and then the full-out assault to make up for them is killing me. My heart just can’t keep going through this roller coaster ride of Jameis own creation. In all honesty, it does make for entertaining high drama. For crying out loud though, my heart and nervous system hits the chipper almost every week end.
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The clear downside to all of this besides my co-pay at my cardiologist, is that we aren’t always going to come back and win these type games. No matter how good Winston can be, three out of five games are going to be cardiac classics.
Yes, we can win nine, ten, even eleven games in a year despite Winston’s clearly flawed style of play. Here’s the question you want to ask yourself. When we get into the playoffs, can you trust that Winston isn’t going to have one of his meltdowns that he can’t overcome?
My unbiased, well thought out reply to that question is, “not on your life.” You just can’t put a guy like that driving the bus in the NFC Championship game, or God forbid the Super Bowl.
If that day ever comes, I’m going to make sure I have a portable defibrillator close. One Buc should think about the liability issues of keeping Jameis Winston around and the affect there of, as it pertains to heart disease. “They are going to kill us all!