No room for error in big games
The Buccaneers don’t have blown chances to afford; as with their only Super Bowl win, you have to make the chances you have come up aces. Could this be the turnaround point where Jameis parts ways with his multiple interception games?
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I wish that I could confirm for everyone that this is the case. My heart says yes, this is a lasting change in his play, but my head says not a chance; he will never be free of the demons that cause him to implode. No matter how good he can be, he also can be just that bad. Feeling this way like I do will always open me up for criticism from fellow fans.
Like Kermit has always maintained, “It’s not easy being green.” Green being the color of my doubt. I will still hold my breath every time Jameis cocks back to sling one downfield. That is not my fault, it is a learned habit from watching Jameis Winston play football for our beloved Buccaneers.
Lately the doubt has been replaced by overwhelming joy watching him march the team down the field. But like an old football injury when the weather turns cold, the pain will be felt again at some point. I don’t like feeling this way, but it is inevitably going to return. It’s as much a part of me as my eye color, any guess as to that color? Yes, you got it, “It’s Not Easy Being Green.”