“JoeBucsFan.com- ‘When I saw [the Jameis report] I thought, ‘Man, you just can’t stay out of trouble.’ And there’s something, and I’m not a doctor, nor do I plan on being, but there’s something wrong with you,” Johnson said on KSPN-AM 710. “If this is in fact true, the fact that you keep coming up with some type of sexual behavioral problems towards women, there’s something wrong mentally. I don’t care what anyone says. There’s something wrong.’
Johnson doesn’t think Jameis will be booted by the Bucs this season but he’s absolutely convinced they will open the season 0-3 without Jameis.
Johnson said he’s concerned that Jameis must avoid any kind of trouble — or perception of trouble — immediately or his career will be over because the teams will want nothing to do with him.”
I agree with Keyshawn completely. I don’t believe that mentally Jameis is messed up, but I do think something’s wrong. I think that Jameis sees himself as some big superstar that’s entitled to anything and everything that he wants. He’s been through plenty of off the field issues. He went through a sexual assault scandal at FSU, and then he stole the crab legs. That right there just sounds like the actions from someone that says “hey, I’m Jameis Winston. Since I am Jameis Winston, I’ll do whatever the fuck I want and nothing can happen. I’m bulletproof.” Oh, and there was also that time Jameis Winston stood on the table at FSU and yelled “fuck her right in the pussy” which was probably one of the funniest things anyone could say back in the day.
The part that wasn’t funny was when he added “even if she don’t want it” after he had just gone through the sexual assault scandal just a few months before.
Now this whole Uber situation is just weird. No one knows the full details, other than he groped an Uber driver and she didn’t want it. Again, sounds like more of a “I’m Jameis Winston, I can take what I want, do what I want, and you can’t stop me.”
So like I said, I agree with Keyshawn. I think there’s an issue, but not a mental issue. I think it’s an egotistic issue. Luckily for Jameis, fixing your ego is a lot easier to do than fixing a substance abuse issue that causes some young player’s career to falter. Jameis just has to mature even more, and he needs to do it soon because the clock is running out.
Here’s one of my favorite pictures ever.