It's not time to stress out yet, but the man who has seemingly had a great offseason, has now dealt with one of the bad days in the NFL. Not everyday can be great, and now Jameis Winston knows that, according to Pat Yasinskas of ESPN.
As Yasinskas explains, Winston threw three interceptions in his first seven pass attempts during 11-on-11 drills. So, what'd head coach Lovie Smith have to say about it? Apparently, he wasn't too concerned.
"That's part of the process of becoming a good quarterback in the league is to go through some days like this," Bucs coach Lovie Smith told ESPN. "If our quarterbacks aren't throwing any interceptions, that's not a good thing for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. That's saying our defense is pretty bad. They should be intercepting some. We'll work with Jameis. Yesterday was a little bit better than today for him. He'll come back tomorrow."
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What can you say? No quarterback is stellar each day, and obviously as a rookie, Winston is going to go through some tough days.
No reason for the Bucs fans to sweat yet, as their young signal caller has plenty of time to right the ship before the real action begins.