Jameis Winston To Miss "A Couple Of Weeks" With Injured Shoulder

New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees waves to the crowd after the game between the Detroit Lions and New Orleans Saints at the Superdome on Sunday

The third-year quarterback sat out the second half of Sunday's 30-10 loss to the New Orleans Saints after being sacked late in the second quarter and landing on the shoulder he initially hurt at Arizona on October 15.

As quarterback, Ryan Fitzpatrick gets ready to make his first start as a Buccaneer.

Winston suffered a sprained AC joint in the shoulder of his right throwing arm three weeks ago against the Arizona Cardinals.

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The injury forced him to leave the game.

Winston's production has also dropped as the injury lingered. On Sunday, Winston had passed for 67 yards in the first half before the halftime decision was made to sit him for the remainder of the game.

Winston has struggled for the 2-6 Bucs this year, passing for 1,920 yards with 10 touchdowns, six interceptions, and five fumbles.

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Winston completed 7-of-13 passes for 63 yards, no touchdowns and no interceptions. His most infamous contribution to the game was poking the helmet of Saints rookie cornerback Marshon Lattimore, setting off a skirmish - highlighted by Mike Evans' cheap-shot shove on Lattimore.

Jameis Winston warming up before Sunday's game at New Orleans. "I'm not doing a good job right now".

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