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1 year agoTampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston and wide receiver DeSean Jackson have been working on improving the chemistry of their deep ball this offseason after head coach Dirk Koetter made it a point to highlight all the times Winston and Jackson failed to hook up on open deep throws in 2017. "Me and DeSean, we have spent a lot of time together this offseason whether it was on the phone, Facetime or even at his house," Winston said. "He will be in Tampa -- not necessarily in the building, sometimes -- so we're going to find times and slots where we can work outside of the facility to help build our connection.” D-Jax caught just five passes of 20 yards or more last year and finished the season with 50 grabs for 668 yards and only three touchdowns, some of the lowest marks of his career. In two seasons in Washington with Kirk Cousins, Jackson had 26 passes of 20-plus yards, which was third most of any player in the NFL. While Cousins targeted Jackson 48 times on deep passes, Winston targeted him just 25 times on passes of 20-plus yards. With another year to work together, expect Winston and Jackson to be more efficient in their deep hookups. While Jackson is always better in standard-scoring formats than PPR ones, he should be able to improve on his numbers from last season, making him a potential value pick in drafts.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBaller
Source: - Jenna Laine

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