DreadNaught wrote:I expect/hope his INT totals decrease. 18 it too many.
We are still an injury to either Evans or DJax from being fucked at WR like we have the past 2 season for long stretches. Hopefully we'll be able to address WR in the draft to get some talented depth for once. The WR position has been hit hard by injury the past 2 years.
I still have little confidence we've done anything to improve out terrible rushing attack this offseason. Getting Sweezy back could help if he's 100%, but that is a big "IF" imo. Doug Martin is unreliable and our run game will be dogshit if Quizz Rodgers and Charles Sims are our 1-2 RBs.
If our O-line improves, Martin is the good version of himself, and we can stay healthy at WR I think Jameis will top 4500yds and 30TDs in 2017.
But I still have questions about the talent and depth on offense.
I pretty much agree with everything Dread said. I don't have much faith in our OL, and I'll be highly upset if we go into the season with Rodgers, Sims and Barber as our RBs. Just because you finally have a franchise QB doesn't mean you have to put ALL of the weight on his shoulders...which is what they'd be doing if they don't address the OL/RB.
My biggest expectation for Jameis in 2017 is to learn to control his emotions. I love that he's emotional and he leads this team the way he does, but in all of our big games last season he came out too hyped up and missed easy throws, the Dallas game in particular. He needs to stay within himself. It's ok to be hyped up, but once you drop back you gotta be a little more level-headed than he's shown at times so far.
He's gotta cut down on interceptions. And I know it's not his game, but I'd like to see more quick throws/decisions. There were way too many times last season where he didn't hit the open receiver early and he tried going for a bigger play. He even talked about it himself, he's gotta make the easy play sometimes. Nothing drives me more nuts than going for a 30-yard pass when you have an open receiver in the flat on 3rd & 2.