New England Patriots
Jameis Winston with Bill Belichick may seem like a ridiculous combination. But maybe this is exactly what Jameis needs. A stable organization that is going to have a solid game plan week in and week out. The Patriots are beginning to rebuild the organization on the offensive side. Obviously the Patriots will look to bring back Tom Brady but even if they do, signing a 26 year old Winston to a two-year deal and having him as an insurance policy would not be a crazy idea. The Patriots have young receivers with speed like N’Keal Harry and Jacoby Meyers that they can develop along with Winston.
This move would be completely wild if not for the stability of the Patriots defense and the mind of Bill Belichick. Jameis would have to become a different type of quarterback, limiting his turnovers would be step one but that would be the case no matter where he signs. New England has shown the ability to rehab players’ careers. If they can turn Winston into a winning quarterback it could be the greatest example of their internal strength.
Los Angeles Chargers
The Chargers had a gunslinger last year. Their problem was their gunslinger was old and past his prime. Jameis has similar turnover issues as Rivers but he does bring a bit of mobility needed to allow talented receivers like Kennan Allen, Mike Williams and Hunter Henry to get open and push downfield. Winston has never had a versatile runningback like Austin Ekeler that can be a solid check down option for Winston.
Los Angeles is looking for a splash, but seeing Tom Brady join the AFC West competing with Patrick Mahomes twice a year would not be a good move for the GOAT. Winston wouldn’t be as flashy but pairing him with those skilled players and a defens that can force tunrovers make him a great fit.
Green Bay Packers
The Packers have Aaron Rodgers. Do they really need the headache of Jameis? The answer is no but would it really be a bad idea to keep their options open as Rodgers gets closer to the tailend of his career. Roders is 36 years old and has shown injury issues over the last two seasons. Having Jameis on the bench ready to step in incase of an injury would allow the Packers to have a solid option rather than throw out guys that are nowhere near the skill level of Rodgers.
We have seen what Jameis can do with talented receivers, placing him with Davante Adams would work very well. Quietly Jameis has really found a way to help younger recievers progress so wo