That's probably what Jameis Winston's Buccaneers teammates thought after his weird speech before Tampa's game against the Saints on Sunday. The staff is officially calling Winston questionable to return, but Dirk Koetter stated it would only be in an emergency situation. He was standing on the sideline in the third quarter when he walked up and poked New Orleans Saints defender Marshon Lattimore in the back of the head.
Evans was called for a 15-yard personal foul penalty but was not ejected from the game.
Evans was flagged for unnecessary roughness. It's very childish. I shouldn't have (done) that. Lattimore turned around and shoved Winston in the chest.
Evans finished the game with one reception for 13 yards.
Quickly, more players arrived to get into the fracas, after which Evans surprisingly wasn't ejected. "I heard a report on what happened from people that did, but I didn't really see what happened".
Lattimore, who told the The Times-Picayune that Evans' hit was "the sneakiest of sneak moves", said he could tell that Evans and the Buccaneers were frustrated at the time. As a result, the Buccaneers' season is likely lost.