It looks like Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians isn’t done taking jabs at jameis winston just yet.

Both the Buccaneers and Winston have moved on from one another. Tampa Bay has signed Tom Brady as their franchise quarterback, while Winston continues to look for a new team in free agency. While the Buccaneers are clearly happy about signing the G.O.A.T., it appears they haven’t fully moved on from their former QB.

While on the topic of the team’s 7-9 record from last season, Arians appeared to point blame at Winston. Although he didn’t mention him by name, he did state “turnovers” were the cause for the team’s demise. Needless to say, Winston threw an NFL-leading 30 interceptions last season. That’s not even including the five additional fumbles that he lost.

Considering Brady threw just eight interceptions last season, the Buccaneers should be Super Bowl contenders this season. It’s no argument that Brady takes care of the ball better than Winston. However, it’s interesting that Arians is so blunt in his assessment of his team’s weaknesses from last season; especially when it comes to Winston.

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It’s worth mentioning that this isn’t the first time that Arians has taken a jab at his former franchise quarterback. After the Buccaneers lost their regular season finale, Arians basically said that Tampa Bay can win with any other quarterback. The veteran head coach was basically taking a swipe at Winston’s turnover problems.

“With another quarterback? Oh yeah. If we can win with this one, we can definitely win with another one, too,” Arians said, per Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times.

The quote proved to be a rather revealing one. Tampa Bay has since replaced Winston with a six-time Super Bowl champion.

If it’s any consolation for Winston, Arians has reportedly recommended him to two other NFL teams.