Jameis Winston Touchdown 2015 Breakdown

Jameis Winston’s 28 Touchdowns in 2015

Jameis Winston passed for 4,042 yards (7.6 ypa), 22 touchdowns, and 15 interceptions in the 2015 regular season. He also ran in six more touchdowns on the ground. In this series, we will take a closer look at Jameis Winston’s touchdowns from a statistical perspective and then we’ll use All-22 film to see the general trends of how he scored. In the following article, I will take a look at his interceptions to make a similar comparison and see how he can improve in the future.

Please take a look at the other articles I have written about him during the 2015 season or on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Touchdowns by Distance

First, we will take a look at his touchdowns by distance. Note: This chart is directly created by the distance from the line of scrimmage to the endzone. For example, a screen pass at the line of scrimmage that goes for 16+ yard score will count as “Deep”. Additionally, touchdowns ran into the endzone by the quarterback were accounted for here. 

Deep (16+ yards) 7
Medium (6-15 yards) 12
Short (0-5 yards) 9


Touchdown Location

The next table breaks down more accurately where the ball was actually caught. As such, the totals may different from the table above. 

Deep Left Deep Middle Deep Right
3 1 3
Medium Left Medium Middle Medium Right
5 0 2
Short Left Short Middle Short Right
3 2 3


Touchdowns by Quarter

The following table breaks down his touchdowns by quarter. 

1st 3
2nd 10
3rd 6
4th 9
OT 0


Touchdowns by Receiver

Here are the recipients of his touchdown passes during the 2015 NFL season. 

Austin Seferian-Jenkins 4
Charles Sims 4
Cameron Brate 3
Mike Evans 3
Vincent Jackson 3
Adam Humphries 1
Donteea Dye 1
Doug Martin 1
Luke Stocker 1
Russell Shepard 1


Touchdowns by Route

The next table breaks down the touchdowns by route thrown. Similar routes were combined together based on the distance and type of pass. 

Go/Deep Fade 4
Seam 4
Out/Flat/Quick-Out 3
Slant/Quick-In 3
Drag/Drive 2
Endzone Fade 2
Screen 2
Hitch/Comeback 1
In 1


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Sam founded NFL Breakdowns after working his way through the journalist farm system and is enjoying life in the big league. Growing up outside of Washington, D.C., Sam didn’t choose the Redskins, the Redskins chose him. Out of a love for the game and an insatiable curiosity to determine why his beloved team was underperforming, Sam turned to studying film in NFL Breakdowns.