Well the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are off to a good start. In their game against the Houston Texans, Jameis Winston threw an interception in his first pass. What’s worse was it was a rather easy pick six as Bradley Roby ran straight into the end zone untouched.

You can see that Roby completely read the play, saw the pass heading to Justin Watson and picked it off. Roby took a big risk too because if he had missed the ball, Watson had a lot of open space to make the play. Instead, it’s a huge seven points for the visitors.

It’s definitely not over for the Buccaneers. In addition to it being way too early, the Buccaneers actually have a 4-1 record when Winston throws an opening drive interception.

That seems bizarre a team is throwing that many picks and is winning those games but whatever works I guess.

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