Former FSU standout QB Jameis Winston may not get a starting job in the NFL in 2020. Here are three reasons why he should be a starter.
Jameis Winston will always hold a special place in the heart of FSU football fans. His two seasons in the garnet and gold made for two of the most riveting seasons in Tallahassee.
Winston went 26-1 as a starter and helped the Noles win its third national title and back-to-back ACC Conference championships.
A Heisman Trophy winner and the highest NFL Draft pick FSU football has ever produced. So yes, I’d be a bit biased in my feelings toward Jameis Winston as a player, but I’m not blinded by sheer homerism.
I understand Winston has some baggage with him that people still like to hold over his head from his time in Tallahassee.
There has been at least one instance of him using questionable judgment off the field during his time in Tampa Bay.
However, all in all, Winston is a guy that genuinely likes helping people and has done a ton of charity work for people in the Tampa Bay area.
His time in Tampa Bay is over, and I’m still not sure people realize how much he lifted that organization that continued to fail him during his five-year tenure.
It looks as though he’ll have trouble finding a starting job in the NFL next season which I find hilarious and sad at the same time. There are no legitimate reasons why he can’t start for at least five NFL teams next season in my estimate.
Here are three reasons why Winston should be a starter in 2020.