Winston’s NFL image shattered by sideline spat

Jameis Winston got another red flag just previous week for National Football League personnel executives to look at after his 3rd quarter meltdown as well as a heated sideline verbal talk with Jimbo Fisher, the Florida State coach, while the Seminoles were being routed out 59-20 by Oregon in Rose Bowl arena.

On Friday, Gil Brandt, the former Dallas Cowboys personnel guru and current NFL.com senior analyst, told that he does not believe that it is good. But at times, in the heat of the battle, people get engaged in things that they do not do normally.

Jameis is a talented boy. But off the field, he has a long list of issues, and he is going to have a lot of questions to be answered. He is a person who could picked 1st or 2nd in the draft, or he could fall to who knows where.

Jameis has till 15th January, to let himself eligible for draft. But he might have introduced to his increasing reputation as famous Jameis when dogging by nineteen points to Ducks, he dropped back to pass, clambered away from the pass rush and gave a flashback to perturbed Garo Yepremian, former Miami Dolphins kicker, in Super Bowl VII as he tried to loft an poorly -advised pass when falling back Tony Washington, the Oregon defender, scooped up Winston’s gift and raced 58 yards for touchdown.

Jameis combined his gaffe when he got engaged in an emotional talk with Fisher as the match was slipping away.

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