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3 teams that Jameis Winston can torch with his arm in 2022

Jameis Winston, New Orleans Saints (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)
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1. Seattle Seahawks

We’re far gone from the days of the Legion of Boom in Seattle. The Seahawks defense hasn’t been what it once was when they went to back-to-back Super Bowls in 2013 and 2014, though it was respectable in the 2021 season.

A lot has changed for them in less than a year though. They lost Bobby Wagner to the division rival Rams and didn’t do much of anything to attempt to replace him. Seattle was already bad in passing coverage last season, finishing with the second most passing yards allowed in the 2021 season and things aren’t looking like they’ll be much better for them in 2022.

Seattle’s starting secondary consists of Tre Brown, Sidney Jones IV, Justin Coleman, Jamal Adams, and Quandre Diggs. That is not an intimidating group whatsoever.

This bodes well for Winston as he and the Saints welcome the Seahawks to the Superdome in Week 5 in what should be a game where he can pad the stat sheets.

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Jameis Winston should be able to air out the pigskin against these three teams.

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