John DeShazier - Senior Writer | NewOrleabsSaints
Jameis Winston has been here before.
Not as a New Orleans Saint, but in his career, yes.
He's had a standout performance (70 percent completions, five touchdowns, no interceptions, no sacks in the 38-3 victory over Green Bay to open the season) that was followed by a not-so-shiny offering (50 percent completions, no touchdowns, two interceptions, four times sacked in the 26-7 loss to Carolina on Sunday).
In Winston's worst statistical season in terms of touchdowns-to-interceptions ratio, when he had 33 touchdown passes and 30 interceptions in 2019 for Tampa Bay, he had five games with more interceptions than touchdown passes, totaling 18 interceptions and six touchdowns. Four times, he came back and threw at least as many touchdowns as interceptions the next game, totaling eight touchdowns and six interceptions.
Winston has seen plenty in a seven-year NFL career that spans 78 games and 72 starts. So the veteran quarterback has a simple solution to remedying a poor offensive showing. ...
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