One quarterback said hello to Tampa Bay Buccaneers, while the other said goodbye to Tampa Bay Buccaneers . When the outside world focused on Tom Brady joining the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, jameis Winston, who has worked for the Buccaneers for five years, said goodbye to the team.
On Saturday morning, Winston tweeted that he was grateful for his time with the Buccaneers and still wanted to achieve his goal of winning the Super Bowl: “it’s a good five years as a Buccaneers player. Love and respect for you. I love Tampa Bay Buccaneers and I look forward to seeing you again in February. #Super Bowl 55 × 2020 goal × forever dream “
Winston was drafted by Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2015, and then led the team through five ups and downs. In 72 games of starting for the team, Winston has 28-42 record, 121 times of reaching the array and 88 times of passing has been intercepted.
Maybe the best way to show Winston’s strength last season. He made 5109 yards in passing, set a new team history record, achieved 33 times of reaching the array and 30 times of being intercepted in the League at the same time, becoming the first player in the history of the league who made at least 30 times of reaching the array and 30 times of being intercepted in passing at the same time in a single season.
With few teams without starting quarterbacks, Winston’s future is hard to predict. But he didn’t give up his dream of winning the super bowl.