Jameis Winston may have thrown 30 interceptions during the 2019 season, but he did rack up 5,109 yards and 33 touchdowns. Yet, he still remains a free agent after the Tampa Bay Bucs elected to sign Tom Brady instead this offseason.
There has been little to no reports about where Winston might be taking his talents to in 2020, and although there isn’t a clear favorite, FS1 analyst Nick Wright believes the Dallas Cowboys are the “perfect landing spot” for the former Florida State star.
“There’s another team that makes sense for Jameis not only because he’d be a great backup and could maybe learn from their head coach, but also because it would be a shot at the agent of their starting quarterback,” Wright said on The Herd. “And that place is the Dallas Cowboys.”
The Cowboys have more pressing needs right now and that is locking up a long-term deal with Dak Prescott.
At 26 years old, Winston could revitalize his career in the right system. He’s just waiting on somebody to take a chance on him.