|Jan. 1, 201712:55 PM PT1:55 PM MT2:55 PM CT3:55 PM ET20:55 GMT4:55 AM 北京时间1:55 PM MST3:55 PM EST2:55 PM CT0:55 UAE (+1)15:55 ETNaN:� - Winston was 20 of 35 for 202 yards and threw one touchdown pass Sunday in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' 17-16 win over the Carolina Panthers. He threw one interception, fumbled once and was sacked three times.
Analysis: The scoring throw gave Winston the team record for touchdown passes in a season (28). He passed for 4,090 yards and threw 18 INTs to become the first player in NFL history to start his career with consecutive 4,000-yard seasons while breaking Josh Freeman's club records for passing yards and touchdowns in a season.
|Dec. 24, 20168:11 PM PT9:11 PM MT10:11 PM CT11:11 PM ET4:11 GMT12:11 AM 北京时间9:11 PM MST11:11 PM EST10:11 PM CT8:11 UAE23:11 ETNaN:� - Winston was 23 of 35 for 277 yards and threw two touchdown passes Saturday in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' 31-24 loss to the New Orleans Saints. He threw two interceptions, didn't fumble and was sacked two times. Winston added 14 rushing yards on three carries.
Analysis: He's been picked off five times in the last two games.
|Dec. 18, 20168:34 PM PT9:34 PM MT10:34 PM CT11:34 PM ET4:34 GMT12:34 AM 北京时间9:34 PM MST11:34 PM EST10:34 PM CT8:34 UAE23:34 ETNaN:� - Jameis Winston was 17 of 35 for 247 yards and threw two touchdown passes Sunday in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' 26-20 loss to the Dallas Cowboys. He threw three interceptions, fumbled once and was sacked four times. Winston added six rushing yards on one carry.
Analysis: Winston couldn't overcome his mistakes in Dallas, throwing three picks to match his total from the previous seven games. He also completed just 48.6 percent of his passes to tie his worst number of the season.
|Dec. 11, 20164:35 PM PT5:35 PM MT6:35 PM CT7:35 PM ET0:35 GMT8:35 AM 北京时间5:35 PM MST7:35 PM EST6:35 PM CT4:35 UAE (+1)19:35 ETNaN:� - Winston was 16 of 26 for 184 yards and didn't throw a touchdown pass Sunday in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' 16-11 win over the New Orleans Saints. He did not throw an interception, didn't fumble and was sacked two times. Winston added 16 rushing yards on five carries.
Analysis: This snapped Winston's eight-game streak of throwing a TD pass.
|Dec. 4, 20167:06 PM PT8:06 PM MT9:06 PM CT10:06 PM ET3:06 GMT11:06 AM 北京时间8:06 PM MST10:06 PM EST9:06 PM CT7:06 UAE (+1)22:06 ETNaN:� - Jameis Winston was 20 of 30 for 280 yards and threw one touchdown pass Sunday in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' 28-21 win over the San Diego Chargers. He threw one interception, didn't fumble and was sacked one time. Winston added one rushing yard on four carries.
Analysis: After going 5 of 9 with an interception on throws of more than 10 yards in the first half, Winston went 4 of 5 with the game-winning TD on such throws in the second half. During Tampa Bay's four-game win streak, Winston has completed 67.7 percent for 1,143 yards with six TDs and three picks. He should be able to put up big numbers next week against the Saints' suspect defense.
|Nov. 27, 20164:12 PM PT5:12 PM MT6:12 PM CT7:12 PM ET0:12 GMT8:12 AM 北京时间5:12 PM MST7:12 PM EST6:12 PM CT4:12 UAE (+1)19:12 ETNaN:� - Winston was 21 of 28 for 220 yards, threw two touchdown passes and was intercepted once Sunday in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' 14-5 win over the Seattle Seahawks.
Analysis: During Tampa Bay's 5-2 stretch, Winston has completed 63.8 percent of his passes for 1,792 yards with 14 TDs and three INTs for a passer rating of 102.7.
|Nov. 20, 20162:39 PM PT3:39 PM MT4:39 PM CT5:39 PM ET22:39 GMT6:39 AM 北京时间3:39 PM MST5:39 PM EST4:39 PM CT2:39 UAE (+1)17:39 ETNaN:� - Jameis Winston was 24 of 39 for 331 yards and threw one touchdown pass Sunday in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' 19-17 win over the Kansas City Chiefs. He did not throw an interception, fumbled once and was sacked one time. Winston added 22 rushing yards on five carries.
Analysis: Don't look now, but Winston has 12 touchdowns to two interceptions and a 102.2 QB rating over his last six games.
|Nov. 13, 20166:33 PM PT7:33 PM MT8:33 PM CT9:33 PM ET2:33 GMT10:33 AM 北京时间7:33 PM MST9:33 PM EST8:33 PM CT6:33 UAE (+1)21:33 ETNaN:� - Winston was 23 of 33 for 312 yards and threw two touchdown passes and one INT on Sunday in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' 36-10 win over the Chicago Bears.
Analysis: He has 11 TD passes and just two INTs in his last five games while completing 62.3 percent of his throws for 1,241 yards.
|Nov. 3, 20167:50 PM PT8:50 PM MT9:50 PM CT10:50 PM ET2:50 GMT10:50 AM 北京时间7:50 PM MST9:50 PM EST8:50 PM CT6:50 UAE (+1)22:50 ETNaN:� - Winston completed 23 of 37 passes for 261 yards and three touchdowns before leaving Thursday's loss to the Falcons in the fourth quarter.
Analysis: Winston did most of the damage in this contest in garbage time. He departed late in the contest with an apparent knee injury and his status is uncertain.
|Oct. 30, 20161:40 PM PT2:40 PM MT3:40 PM CT4:40 PM ET20:40 GMT4:40 AM 北京时间1:40 PM MST3:40 PM EST2:40 PM CT0:40 UAE (+1)16:40 ETNaN:� - Winston was 16 of 32 for 180 yards with two touchdowns an no interceptions in Sunday's overtime loss to Oakland.
Analysis: While counterpart Derek Carr threw for 513 yards, Winston failed to crack 200 for the second time this season despite the game lasting more than 73 minutes. Winston, however, has six TDs and only one INT over the past three games.
|Oct. 23, 20164:21 PM PT5:21 PM MT6:21 PM CT7:21 PM ET23:21 GMT7:21 AM 北京时间4:21 PM MST6:21 PM EST6:21 PM CT3:21 UAE (+1)19:21 ETNaN:� - Winston completed 21 of 30 passes for 269 yards with three touchdowns and an interception to lead the Buccaneers to a 34-17 victory over the 49ers on Sunday.
Analysis: Winston stepped up after totaling one TD pass and two picks in his previous two games. He could be poised for another big game as next week the Bucs host an Oakland team which is last in the NFL against the pass, allowing 302.1 yards per game.
|Oct. 10, 20167:53 PM PT8:53 PM MT9:53 PM CT10:53 PM ET2:53 GMT10:53 AM 北京时间7:53 PM MST9:53 PM EST9:53 PM CT6:53 UAE (+1)22:53 ET1:53 - Winston didn't have his best game Monday in a 17-14 win over Carolina, but he led the winning drive in the waning minutes and helped the Bucs end a three-game skid.
Analysis: He was 18 of 30 for 219 yards with one touchdown and didn't throw an interception for the first time in five games this season. After struggling mightily against Denver's vaunted defense a week ago, Winston came up with some huge throws Monday on the final drive. It should be noted that Winston's 30 attempts were a season low and 28 fewer than he had two weeks ago vs. the Rams.
|Oct. 2, 20167:08 PM PT8:08 PM MT9:08 PM CT10:08 PM ET2:08 GMT10:08 AM 北京时间7:08 PM MST9:08 PM EST9:08 PM CT6:08 UAE (+1)22:08 ET1:08 - Winston wasn't up to the challenge of Denver's elite defense in Week 4. The 2015 No. 1 overall pick was intercepted twice and completed just 17 of 35 passes for 179 yards in Tampa Bay's 27-7 loss, though he did rush for the Bucs' lone score.
Analysis: Turnovers continue to be an early-season issue for the former Heisman Trophy winner, who's been picked off eight times and lost two fumbles through Tampa's first four games. On the positive side, Winston is averaging 277 passing yards and accounted for nine touchdowns (8 passing, 1 rushing) and gets a suddenly shaky Carolina defense next week on Monday night.
|Sep. 25, 20167:03 PM PT8:03 PM MT9:03 PM CT10:03 PM ET2:03 GMT10:03 AM 北京时间7:03 PM MST9:03 PM EST9:03 PM CT6:03 UAE (+1)22:03 ET1:03 - Winston had a huge game numbers-wise Sunday in a 37-32 loss to the Rams but his performance will be remembered for a mistake on the final play. He never committed to running for the winning touchdown and was caught from behind by Rams defensive end Robert Quinn to end the game.
Analysis: Winston set career highs with 36 completions, 58 attempts and 405 yards while throwing three touchdowns with an interception. He was certainly much better than he was in Week 2 when he threw four picks but now Winston has the unenviable task of facing Denver's stifling defense next week.
|Sep. 18, 20168:13 PM PT9:13 PM MT10:13 PM CT11:13 PM ET3:13 GMT11:13 AM 北京时间8:13 PM MST10:13 PM EST10:13 PM CT7:13 UAE (+1)23:13 ET2:13 - Winston had a nightmare performance in Week 2, turning the ball over five times - four interceptions and one fumble - in Sunday's 40-7 loss at Arizona.
Analysis: Sunday's showing was a stark contrast from the season opener, when Winston had four TD passes and one pick and was the NFC player of the week. Against the Cardinals, he threw 51 passes, the most in his two NFL seasons, completing 27 for 243 yards.
|Sep. 11, 201612:34 PM PT1:34 PM MT2:34 PM CT3:34 PM ET19:34 GMT3:34 AM 北京时间12:34 PM MST2:34 PM EST2:34 PM CT23:34 UAE15:34 ET18:34 - Winston threw four touchdowns pass to prevail in a passing duel with Matt Ryan and Tampa Bay defeated the NFC South-rival Falcons 31-24 on Sunday.
Analysis: Winston, getting his second season off in memorable fashion, completed 23 of 33 passes for 281, leading the Bucs to four long drives after a sluggish start that included a first-quarter interception.
|Aug. 26, 20168:13 PM PT9:13 PM MT10:13 PM CT11:13 PM ET3:13 GMT11:13 AM 北京时间8:13 PM MST10:13 PM EST10:13 PM CT7:13 UAE (+1)23:13 ET2:13 - Winston threw for 259 yards and two touchdowns in one half of work Friday night for the Bucs, who achieved an objective of starting faster on offense than they did the previous two weeks.
Analysis: Granted, this was the lowly Browns he carved up in a 30-13 preseason victory.
|Career Passing Stats|
|Career Rushing/Receiving Stats|
|Pass Attempted||Completions||Total Incomplete|
|Type||Number||Pct of Incomp||Pct of Overall Attempts|
|Pass Hit at Line||14||6.3||2.5|
Pete talks with The Senator, Phil Perry about the Patriots trading for Dwayne Allen, ruling out a return to New England for Martellus Bennett. They also talk about the potential future of Patriots backup QB Jimmy Garoppolo and some of the big names in NFL free agency
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