SXM Highlights: Could Jameis Winston and the Buccaneers Dominate the Cardinals?
SXM Highlights: Could Jameis Winston and the Buccaneers Dominate the Cardinals?

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The Buccaneers have 0 wins at home this season, but have also put up some impressive performances. Which team will we see this week? Dalton Del Don joins Chris and Jeff to explore whether Jameis Winston and Tampa will fire on all cylinders against the Arizona Cardinals. 

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