The issues started early, with Winston throwing a pick-six on his first attempt with 14:12 left in the first quarter. He followed it up with an incomplete pass on the following possession, but Winston then threw his second interception on his third attempt of the day.
Winston was narrowly able to avoid throwing a third interception in the first quarter, but there was 14:15 left in the second quarter when the very first play of a possession saw yet another interception thrown by Jameis Winston. His numbers might sound solid, but when you factor the FOUR interceptions he threw, it gave Winston a measly QBR of 46.1.
Yet somehow, despite throwing three interceptions in the first 15:45 seconds of play, Winston managed to avoid throwing his fourth until there was 1:31 left in the fourth quarter. Winston somehow shook off his mistakes for the moment and continued to push the offense, and they were only down 23-20 in that final quarter with Winston looking to win it all for the team.
Despite these struggles, the defense managed to keep the Bucs in the game, even after being placed in compromising position after compromising position.