We have football on Saturday. Everyone be grateful and enjoy these pro’s thriving towards the end of the 2019-2020 NFL season. There are many levels to this professional football shit. Tampa Bay is showcasing those levels in the very best form right now. First game on the plate today is Houston and Tampa Bay. Safe to say there is much more on the line here for Houston. However, the Bucs just announced this morning that they would be retaining Jameis Winston for another season in 2020. Great news for the 25 year old quarterback who’s had his fair share of good and dreadful performances. True gunslinger, great arm, just makes awful decisions. Winston showed his thanks quickly in the first half of today’s game.
Tampa Fans Are In Their Feelings
Yes, shit has hit the fan in Tampa. However, this doesn’t mean anything to the 2019 Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Currently as this article is getting typed up, Tampa is tied with Houston. Four turnovers in the first half and Houston has managed to let Tampa stay in the game. Want to hear a name that needs to go? Bill O’Brien is the name. One of the most inconsistent, frustrating, significant game blowing coaches of all time. Would not be surprised if Tampa wins this game. In fact, it would make sense. No need to get in fisticuffs right? Well, tell these fans that. They’ve seen enough.
This Is Buccaneer Football Guys!
The Buccaneers play really well when overcoming adversity as of late. They, at the very least, put themselves back in the game. In fact, the stats are pretty fucking hilarious. This has been my favorite tweet of the day…
All tied up at half, 17-17 in Tampa Bay. Deshaun Watson currently has people all over the world punching holes in their walls. He’s been nothing short of a sad story during the second half of the season. Lastly, can someone tell Rich Eisen who the fuck plays for who please? Hold it.
Update: Jameis throws another pick for clarity with under two minutes left in the game, down by three points. Bucs lose, 23-20. I know people bringing up Brett Favre and Peyton Manning when talking about this man’s early struggles. Please don’t ever go there again, ever. Hold it.