Chris Godwin doesn’t seem to understand why Devin White had to blast Jameis Winston after the win over the New Orleans, and in a video trending on Twitter, he questioned him on why he lambasted Jameis.
According to TPS;
The Buccaneers beat the Saints 20-10 Sunday thanks in large part to second-half struggles on the part of Winston. Tampa Bay Buccaneers linebacker Devin White had a pretty brutal take on his former teammate Jameis Winston following Sunday’s win.
The New Orleans Saints quarterback threw three interceptions in the fourth quarter, including a pick-six.
White delivered a harsh postgame assessment of the quarterback.
“When Jameis left our team, everybody knows what he did that last year. We feel like we had a great defense then, and he threw 30 picks, and we just knew he would give us the ball,” White said.
While on the plane, Leonard Fournette was on Instagram live when Chris Godwin came over and questioned White about his words.
“Why did you say that about Jamies?… In the interview.”
Winston did throw 30 interceptions during the 2019 season. That offseason, the Buccaneers replaced him with Tom Brady, and went on to win the Super Bowl.
It was particularly cruel of White because he was the one that ended Jameis’ season last year when he was playing well.
The diagnosis confirms the initial tests that Winston tore his ACL after being dragged to the ground by linebacker Devin White early in the second quarter. It was an ugly play where the QB’s left knee bent inward on the illegal horse-collar tackle.
After the game, Payton noted Winston suffered a “significant” injury, and the QB was on crutches after the 36-27 victory.
It’s brutal news for Winston, who was attempting to revive his career under Payton’s tutelage. After sitting behind Drew Brees last season, Winston earned the starting gig for the 5-2 Saints. Authoring an up-and-down campaign, the QB did a better job of negating the big negative plays than during his years in Tampa. Winston finishes his season having completed 95-of-161 attempts for 1,170 yards and 14 TDs to three INTs.
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