Tampa Bay TimesTAMPA — At least one or two times each Sunday, Jameis Winston will go off script, turning the game into a night at the Improv. He will risk a drive-killing sack or, as he did against Chicago in Week 10, a safety, breaking every rule of playing quarterback, only to complete some ridiculous pass that should have no chance of succeeding.
Tampa Bay TimesThe NFL schedule is complicated enough that in a given year, there are rare occurrences like this year's three-game homestand for the Bucs, or rarer still, Tampa Bay and the Saints playing twice in a span of three weekends.
Tampa Bay TimesFor most NFL teams, going for a two-point conversion is an odd quirk, mandated by the scoreboard late in a game and causing stress even for coaches who have had success with the occasional attempt, like the Bucs' Dirk Koetter.
Tampa Bay TimesTAMPA — Whether Doug Martin watched most of the final 20 minutes of Sunday's win at San Diego on the bench because of injury or ineffectiveness, the Bucs could be shaking up their duties at running back this week.
Tampa Bay Times"There are those with immense talent and others with great passion. And then there are those who galvanize an entire organization. @jaboowins" — Tweet from Bucs director of player development Duke Preston.
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