Looking at his flaws
I think it is completely fair to say that if Jameis Winston was able to significantly cut down on his interception totals he would have a completely different conversation, after all it’s the only thing that has prevented him from being an undisputed force, kept him from already having a long term 30 million a year (I’m assuming on the worth of the contract) deal already done and on the books. Not even a season with the whisperer has helped bring down the total as he set a record on that front as well.
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A good majority of those that want Winston gone are very pragmatic about it all; when they judge Jameis, they shoot straight past the records and big stats, and zero straight in on the flaw. For them, his continued habit of throwing multiple interceptions in games makes him untrustable, a liability, a loss waiting to happen. When and if the Bucs make the playoffs again, this side doesn’t want Winston behind center with his never know what you are going to get style of play.
You really can’t blame either side for their beliefs, at least you can see both sides and their reasons for believing the way they do. Winston offers two sides, two players, two faces when it comes to his career in Tampa. The side that sees all that he can do, and believes in that, and the side that says he can’t be trusted to perform consistently.