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That's what we feel we need to do this week to give ourselves the best chance," Koetter said, adding Monday's decision to turn to the 35-year-old Fitzpatrick is "just for right now."Winston, who entered the NFL as the No. 1 overall pick in the 2015 draft, has 11 turnovers — 10 interceptions and one fumble — in 3陆 games since returning from serving a suspension for violating the league's personal conduct policy.Fitzpatrick led three fourth-quarter scoring drives to erase an 18-point deficit at Cincinnati, but left Andy Dalton a little more than a minute to lead the Bengals down the field for a game-winning field goal as time expired."I don't like switching quarterbacks. That's not in my makeup," Koetter said, noting the way Fitzpatrick played Sunday, as well as while Winston was serving his three-game suspension, made the call easier.With help from a talented group of playmakers including receivers Mike Evans, DeSean Jackson, Chris Godwin and Adam Humphries, as well as tight ends O.J. Howard and Cameron Brate, Fitzpatrick became the first player in NFL history to throw for more than 400 yards in three consecutive games while helping the Bucs go 2-1 while Winston was suspended.The 14th-year pro also started Week 4's 48-10 loss at Chicago, but played poorly and was replaced by Winston with the Bucs trailing by 35 points at the half."He's done a really good job of putting the ball in the right spot, and we do have explosive players," Koetter said of Fitzpatrick's success. "He has said himself that in all his time playing he's never been on a team that has this many guys who can make plays for him."Although the Bucs continue to lead the NFL in passing offense and total offense, Winston's grip on the starting job gradually slipped away while turning the ball over seven times against Cleveland and Cincinnati the past two weeks."Both guys have had their moments when they've been extremely sharp," Koetter said. "But this really is just about we have to do a better job of protecting the football."Winston described being benched as "humbling.""It's not about me [url=http://www.buccaneerscheapshops.com/cheap-authentic-chandler-catanzaro-jersey]Buccaneers Chandler Catanzaro Jersey[/url] , though. It's my fault we were in that situation," Winston added after Sunday's game. "He had to make the decision. Fitz came in and played his tail off. Our offense responded, and we came back and had a chance to win."Koetter declined to discuss specifics about how he broke the news to Winston that Fitzpatrick will start against the Panthers (5-2).And with the 2013 Heisman Trophy winner's salary due to increase to $20.9 million if he remains with the Bucs next season, there's lots of speculation about whether Winston has started his last game for Tampa Bay (3-4)."Jameis is a pro. He will continue to work on his craft. That's all he can do," Koetter said."Very rarely is switching quarterbacks forever. ... Jameis will get another chance at some point," the coach added, "and when he does he just needs to do a better job of taking care of the football."In 49 games, Winston has thrown 54 interceptions and lost 17 fumbles. He's 19-29 as a starter, 1-2 this season.The fourth-year pro said after Sunday's game that he was not fearful of losing the starter's job."I fear nothing but God. I know that I have to fix this problem, and I will fix it," Winston said. "It doesn't come with being scared. You have to look at yourself in the mirror, take a long hard look at yourself, and persevere."Preseason - Jags at Bucs: Film Review Thoughts As has been the case all preseason, rookie running back Ronald Jones III struggled to make anything happen. But as I’ve also said all preseason, bad box score games for a running doesn’t necessarily mean a bad performance. Take the following play for example:This is just a few plays into the game. Jones does a great job here avoiding not one but two tacklers behind the line of scrimmage, which was at the 46. In fact, he even gets a couple yards out of it. So it’ll go in the box score as one rush for two yards, but that’s not really what happened, since at the time of his initial juke he was evading a defender three yards in the backfield. Tampa Bay didn’t really go out of their way to get Jones touches in open space this preseason, so it’s hard to fault him. The truth is the Bucs don’t have much depth on the offensive line, and it showed right from the opening snap in this game. I thought overall Jones displayed good patience [url=http://www.buccaneerscheapshops.com/cheap-authentic-mike-evans-jersey]Cheap Mike Evans Jersey[/url] , agility, and decision-making as a runner.Some other guys seemed to flash on the defensive line, like Jerel Worthy, who made the initial 53 man roster, and end Patrick O’Connor and defensive tackle Adam Reth. O’Connor and Reth got cut though. 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I again liked offensive co-ordinator Todd Monken’s play-calling in this game. It fit Griffin’s strengths pretty well as he didn’t really ask Griffin to do a lot of things he couldn’t do. Look, it’s the preseason. Defenses play vanilla, and there’s lots of starters out all over the place. What happens in the preseason doesn’t always carry over to the regular season, and that goes for the good and the bad. But in my opinion, at this point after seeing four games, I’ll be pretty disappointed if Monken doesn’t retain play-calling duties. I think he did a much better job of managing the down and distance, made better use of the middle of the field, called plays to his players’ strengths, and did better in the redzone and on first downs. Perhaps anecdotally, we saw shot plays sprinkled in instead of being a staple, which I think is important for the efficiency of this offense and could lead to a lot more scoring opportunities. Even if Monken retains play-calling, we don’t know what if any input Koetter can or will have, or if he’ll over-ride Monken in critical situations. My bottom line is if Koetter retains it, or we see a different pattern of play-calling in the regular season, something closer to what Koetter typically calls, I would adjust the Bucs’ win total down a win or two. If Monken retains, I would personally up my expectation a win or two. But that’s just me.I was also shocked to see Keith Tandy get released. I think he’s good enough to start somewhere, so I really have no idea what the Bucs were doing.