Jameis Winston

JameisWinston

  • HT/WT
    6' 4", 231 lbs
  • Birthdate
    1/6/1994 (28)
  • College
  • Draft Info
    2015: Rd 1, Pk 1 (TB)
  • Status
    Active

Previous Game

Saints
1-2
14
Panthers
1-2
22
SplitsCMPATTCMP%YDSAVGTDINTLNGRTG
This Game254161.03538.6124976.6
vs NFC7311563.58587.5455179.5
Sept7311563.58587.5455179.5
vs CAR254161.03538.6124976.6
Away487564.06228.3324992.2

2022 Passing

Stats
Regular Season
Projected
Career
CMPATTCMP%YDSAVGTDINTLNGRTG
7311563.58587.5455179.5
41465263.54,8627.523285179.5
1738283561.321,8407.7139967287.5

Recent Games

DateOPPResultCMPATTYDSCMP%AVGTDINTLNGSACKRTGQBR
Sun 9/25@CAR
L
22-14
254135361.08.61249176.658.1
Sun 9/18vsTB
L
20-10
254023662.55.91351655.812.5
Sun 9/11@ATL
W
27-26
233426967.77.920404111.044.3
Latest News

Fantasy Football

Position Rank
17
% Rostered
28.6
% Change 7 Days
7.7

News: 2 days agoWinston (back/ankle) completed 25 of 41 passes for 353 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions in Sunday's 22-14 loss to Carolina. He added five rushing yards on two attempts.

Spin: Winston has looked hindered by his injuries over the past two games, as he failed to lead the Saints to any points in the first half before accumulating plenty of second-half yardage as New Orleans went pass-heavy while playing catch-up. Winston's four-yard touchdown pass to Marquez Callaway with 2:22 remaining made it a one-possession game, but his fifth interception in the last two games dashed any hopes of a New Orleans comeback. He'll bring an uninspiring 4:5 TD:INT across the pond for the Saints' Week 4 game against the Vikings in London.

ESPN Fantasy Projection: Winston re-signed with the Saints and will return as the team's starting QB. His fantasy production was extremely inconsistent last season, as he posted a pair of top-five outings, but was 16th or worse during his other four full games prior to tearing his ACL in Week 8. Winston did play pretty well prior to the injury (fifth-best QBR) and he'll have a better group of targets with Michael Thomas, Jarvis Landry and rookie Chris Olave now in the fold. Winston's last full season (2019) resulted in a fifth-place fantasy finish and while he's unlikely to match that same volume, his aggressive nature (top six in average depth of throw in all six seasons) offers some hope for fantasy-relevance. He's best viewed as a late-round flier.