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Rick and Tom podcast: How should Jameis Winston's performance be measured?

Jameis Winston is now in his third year and has 41 NFL starts, so what is fair criticism for a QB who is 17-24 with 50 turnovers? In their latest podcast, Rick Stroud and Tom Jones discuss this as Winston is playing well but still prone to the big mistake.

The guys also discuss players giving back to the community, Rob Gronkowski's dirty hit and Herm Edwards being introduced as Arizona State's new head coach. Plus, Tom has an interesting trip to the bathroom in Appleton, Wis. Listen below:

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Rick and Tom podcast: How should Jameis Winston's performance be measured? 12/05/17 [Last modified: Tuesday, December 5, 2017 10:42am]
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