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Winston goes down against the Cardinals

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By Maximillian C. Burgos | Staff Writer

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston went down against the Arizona Cardinals with an apparent shoulder injury.


Jameis Winston (Getty Images)

The Buccaneers were losing 24-0 nothing when the injury occurred, something that only seems like insult to injury. Winston was spotted on the sideline later in the game and was listed as doubtful to return, suggesting that his injury may not be too severe.

Winston has a been a solid part of the Bucs offense, starting the last two seasons and has been progressing well in his young career, but this year has been a disappointment so far.

With all of the talent around him, Winston was primed for a break out year, but he hasn’t taken off yet. He has been inconsistent week-to-week and the Buccaneers have suffered for it.

The long-time journeyman Ryan Fitzpatrick stepped in for Winston in the game and almost led the Bucs to a major comeback. Maybe going forward depending on the severity of Winston’s injury, we may see more of Fitzpatrick.


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