Jameis Winston reckons he can still be a starting QB; Las Vegas Raiders, the option

There are only 32 openings available in the NFL for starting quarterback and James Winstonof the New Orleans Saints, believes that he is talented enough to be one of them.

After finishing practice on Tuesday, Saints backup quarterback testified for ESPN who is still considered a starting QB in the NFL despite the fact that he has played only 10 games in the last two seasons due to a torn ligament in 2021 and a broken back in 2022.

“The main thing is the opportunity and I’m grateful to have it, to be able to walk in this building and play the game that I love,” Winston said. “However, I know I’m still a starting quarterback in this league”.

Winston came to the NFL at the age of 21 and after eight years of experience He is still a young player in a position in which the best in history were able to play until they were 45 years old..

There are some Hall of Famers who got good at 30, I’m still young, I’m 29but now my role is to serve this team in my role and I am totally committed to doing that,” Winston explained.

In eight seasons, divided into five for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and three for the Saints, Winston has played in 86 games, 80 starts, and has amassed 21,840 yards cpm 139 touchdowns and 96 interceptions.

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Raiders, the option of Jameis Winston

The Raiders are in a quarterback quandary as Jimmy Garoppolo failed the physical with the Las Vegas team after signing a three-year, $72.75 million deal.

In addition to Jimmy G, the Raiders have Brian Hoyer, Chase Garbers and rookie Aidan O’Connell. Thus, Winston would be a good fit for the ‘Sin City’ team.

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