Jameis Winston is a pretty inconsistent quarterback, but with that inconsistency come some absolutely ridiculous plays. And against the Chicago Bears, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback made what was probably the most amazing play of his career.
Jameis Winston will be talking about this one for a long, long time. https://t.co/TK8LamBlAv— Tampa Bay Buccaneers (@TBBuccaneers) November 13, 2016
That play is reminiscent of 2010 Josh Freeman or even, dare I say it, Brett Favre, to whom Winston has been repeatedly compared throughout his career.
It’s just an amazing play. Not only to evade rushers again, and again, and again, but also to not throw the ball away even when you’re about to give up a safety, and then to identify and find Mike Evans deep down the field. And then for Evans to make that catch which was, amazingly, his first of the game.
The Bucs finished that drive with a touchdown and now lead 24-10. They should win this, and get their first home win of the season, but then, this is Tampa Bay. We’ve seen them blow bigger leads in the past.