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With 3 interceptions Winston's QBR was 11 points higher (better) than Brissett. This shouldn't even be possible when you score 35 points but we did it.  Our completion % is horrible 

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:) That's what happens when you have a QB who throws the ball like the stuff that comes out of the south end of a northbound horse. Even his two long completions were underthrown.

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Even better stat Bucs make the 4th team to win out of 422 games when giving up 35 points and 4 turnovers.

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50 minutes ago, Shepman said:

Even better stat Bucs make the 4th team to win out of 422 games when giving up 35 points and 4 turnovers.

 

 Good God!

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