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Jameis Winston throws 4 interceptions as New Orleans Saints easily beat Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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Jameis Winston throws 4 interceptions as New Orleans Saints easily beat Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Jameis Winston throws 4 interceptions as New Orleans Saints easily beat Tampa Bay Buccaneers

A battered Jameis Winston completed 30 of 51 passes for 313 yards and two TDS for the Bucs (3-7), who have lost five of six following a 2-2 start.

In addition to throwing four interceptions, Winston was sacked twice and pressured all day by a persistent pass rush that left him hobbling across the field on a sore ankle to try to make the tackle on Williams’ long interception return up the New Orleans sideline.

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