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Cadence calls wrote:Yeah, we all think Crablegs is a huge risk for a franchise IRL.
But what about our fantasy teams?
As an Evans, Godwin owner I’m def hoping he gets a deal from TB, with Arians pushing the buttons.


Winston supported 2 top 10 WRs. I don't care about the interceptions. Bucs fans will feel differently ... but I don't care about Bucs fans either. Or the Bucs for that matter.
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39 turnovers = losing team...goodbye finger licking good winston
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grace wrote:
Cadence calls wrote:Yeah, we all think Crablegs is a huge risk for a franchise IRL.
But what about our fantasy teams?
As an Evans, Godwin owner I’m def hoping he gets a deal from TB, with Arians pushing the buttons.


Winston supported 2 top 10 WRs. I don't care about the interceptions. Bucs fans will feel differently ... but I don't care about Bucs fans either. Or the Bucs for that matter.


:lol:
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Word on the street is that he is gonzo.
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tsbgrayghost wrote:Someone brought up his eyesight. Didn't he already get lasik a couple of years ago?


its not his eyesight its his decision making that's the problem,i wonder if marcus mariota could be a cheap alternative under arians
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hawkdogger wrote:Word on the street is that he is gonzo.


not necessarily

I mean, isn't every good relationship built on the foundation of one side looking for better options any where they can, then when they can't, they reluctantly decide to get back together for another year? It's a classic love story.
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Let's implement a high risk pass friendly offense with a dumb azz QB

Sweet plan
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endzoneview wrote:
hawkdogger wrote:Word on the street is that he is gonzo.


not necessarily

I mean, isn't every good relationship built on the foundation of one side looking for better options any where they can, then when they can't, they reluctantly decide to get back together for another year? It's a classic love story.


You sound like my girlfriend.
Or my wife. Not sure which.
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hawkdogger wrote:
endzoneview wrote:
hawkdogger wrote:Word on the street is that he is gonzo.


not necessarily

I mean, isn't every good relationship built on the foundation of one side looking for better options any where they can, then when they can't, they reluctantly decide to get back together for another year? It's a classic love story.


You sound like my girlfriend.
Or my wife. Not sure which.


Sounds like you have a type.
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Tampa Bay Times' Rick Stroud reports the Buccaneers are going "all in" on Tom Brady in free agency.

"This is not hype," Stroud, a trusted Bucs insider, wrote. "It’s hope. This is fact, not fantasy. This is the plan. This is the Bucs’ play." Coach Bruce Arians and GM Jason Licht had no issues lamenting on Tampa Bay's ongoing situation under center at the Combine, making it clear 26-year-old impending free agent Jameis Winston was their backup plan to a number of vets that could potentially hit the market. Time will tell whether Brady will listen, but Stroud adds the organization "will try not to take no for an answer" as "it’s hard to imagine any team outbidding [the Glazer family]." The Chargers have also been linked to Brady since he just recently launched a Hollywood production company in Los Angeles.
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Does Jameis view himself as a backup plan though?
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Elmagister wrote:Jameis won't have a great market. What team will provide him leverage or sign him?


I don't know- honestly, this off season has so much potential for some wild moves...
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SD ?

CHI ?

Maybe as a starter, maybe not
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It would take an awful lot of pride swallowing but the best move for Winston and his career would be to sign as a backup and learn as much as possible under Brady.

Plus, Brady is no spring chicken. He may be playing sooner than he thinks if he did this.
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Will anyone ever again be cast aside after a 5000 yard season?
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I wonder if Winston is a candidate who finds a new home and finds a new coach and the right situation and he turns into Ryan Tannehill 2.0

I think teams want him but not at the price he's looking for. I don't see him staying in TB
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