Is it too much to think QB Jameis Winston could lead the league in passing? I say not at all, especially with two 4,000 plus yard seasons under his belt. Even though last season was not his best work, to say the least with Winston failing to throw for even 3,000 yards after coming off a suspension.
This is a new season, and it’s time to hit the reset button. Winston possibly has one of the best WR squads in the league, and with Chris Godwin starting across from Mike Evans the sky is the limit. The Bucs also loaded up with speed, adding WR Scotty Miller in the draft and signing Breshad Perriman with his 4.2 speed as a free agent from the Browns. The running game is also showing much improvement with second-year RB Ronald Jones II is looking to make his mark on the NFL this year.
So can Jameis Winston really lead the league in passing? I say with his arm and the receivers at his side, he certainly has a good chance.
The Buccaneers also think it’s possible Check out their Potential Buccaneer Firsts in 2019: The League Leader in Passing Yards article. It’s pretty interesting.