Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston facing 'at least two weeks' out

Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston facing 'at least two weeks' out

Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston facing 'at least two weeks' out

The altercation started because Jameis Winston, who had left the game due to an injury, poked Marshon Lattimore in the back of the helmet, which led to Lattimore giving Winston a bit of a push. Buccaneers head coach Dirk Koetter announced Monday that team doctors chose to sideline the quarterback for at least two weeks based on MRI results. Winston gave a freaky pregame speech, then left the game with the shoulder injury, then instigated a fight with New Orleans' Marshon Lattimore.

The 23-year-old originally injured his shoulder in Week 6 against the Arizona Cardinals, leaving the game in the second quarter while Fitzpatrick filled in for him. In the three games since, though cleared medically, he has taken further hits, aggravating the injury, initially diagnosed as a sprained AC joint.

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NEAL WITH THE STRIPS: Falcons safety Keanu Neal had a nice first quarter, forcing Stewart's two fumbles and recovering one. But Carolina scored two touchdowns in the final 2:35 of the first half to take a 14-10 lead into the locker room.

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

On Sunday, Winston completed 7-of-13 for 63 yards with no touchdowns or no interceptions.

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Winston has thrown for 1,920 yards with 10 touchdowns and six interceptions in 10 games this season.

The Bucs also plan to activate third-string quarterback Ryan Griffin, who is on injured reserve but can return.

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