I know that headline reads sarcastically since Jameis Winston's disjointed, relatively incoherent rambling seems more characteristic of a homeless guy standing on a city block pointing his cane up at the sky and screaming about Jesus. I'm aware that it sounds like I am giving someone that has a questionable (at best) command of the English language a little too much credit. That said, I have never played a down of organized football in my life and somewhere between "your heartbeat!" and "we ain't no puppies!" I was ready to strap on the pads and step in at middle linebacker. The fact that there appears to be no logical thought process behind his all-too-jumbled message and it's still able to get a rise out of the casual observer is a testament to just how influential his confusing diatribes can be. Think about it like this, can you imagine how inspiring he would be if he were actually making rational sense?
Say what you want about Jameis Winston's vocabulary prowess, but his words - no matter how nonsensical they may be - have the desired effect. You can't argue with results, and both times this man stood in front of a bunch of guys and delivered an impassioned, un-followable monologue his team has beat the odds to reign victorious. Whether he was inserting a 'K' in the word strong or channeling his inner"Leon" to discuss getting in and out of asses, Jameis Winston knows how to take command of a room and, more importantly, motivate the people in it. That much is a fact.
P.S. Not saying I coached Florida State to victory, but I didn't not coach Florida State to victory...