Jameis Winston has all the raw talent necessary to be a capable starting NFL quarterback. 

There is one major flaw in Winston’s game, his propensity to turn the ball over. 

Interceptions are a real problem for Winston, who threw 30 picks in his final season in Tampa Bay.

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The Buccaneers, who drafted Winston No. 1 overall back in 2015, replaced the 26-year-old with Tom Brady, a quarterback known for limiting turnovers and mistakes in general.

Winston now is in search of a new home, and while the Patriots don’t appear poised to pursue the five-year pro, Mike Florio believes New England could provide a revitalization of Winston’s career.

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