Jameis Winston’s return off to good start

AP

Jameis Winston‘s return is off to a good start. The Buccaneers took the opening kickoff and marched right down the field against the Packers, facing only one third down on their way to a 7-0 lead.

Winston completed 4 of 5 passes for 60 yards, including a 28-yard touchdown to tight end Cameron Brate.

It was a 10-play, 75-yard scoring drive.

Winston missed the past three games with a shoulder injury. The Bucs, though, went 2-1 with Ryan Fitzpatrick at the helm.

So far, the Bucs have not missed right tackle Demar Dotson and center Ali Marpet, both of whom went on injured reserve this week.

11 responses to “Jameis Winston’s return off to good start

  1. And Huntley’s 40.3 passer rating proves he is the man. Packers gonna Win out as Aaron comes back and a bunch of teams lose out so the packer Super Bowl run is on !!!

    Just like the packer fans predicted their 20th straight preseason super bowl for this year.

  2. fans at lambeau booing like crazy at all the penalties called on them so far. guess they arent used to officials calling a game honestly at home.
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    Vikings on tv, Viking fans online talking pack. As it should be.

  3. And Huntley’s 40.3 passer rating proves he is the man. Packers gonna Win out as Aaron comes back and a bunch of teams lose out so the packer Super Bowl run is on !!!
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    If only you showed so much passion about your own team….

  4. screamingyellowzonkers says:
    December 3, 2017 at 2:12 pm

    It’s called multi tasking.

    I’m watching two games at once and monitoring the bucs game.
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    It’s just a bit odd to be keeping current tabs on a team that the Barneys always say poses no threat and nobody cares about.

  5. As the purples have told us after so many Packer OT losses, the rules are fine. Or now that the Packers benefitted, something tells me the purples will come on here and whine about the OT rules. LOLOLOL!!!!

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