Jameis Winston’s ‘Just Pain Everywhere’ Post-Game Comment Got Turned Into A Glorious New Meme

Jameis Winston Just Pain Everywhere Comment Turned Into Memes

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One can certainly debate whether or not Jameis Winston is a good NFL quarterback.

After all, there haven’t been any other quarterbacks who threw for over 5,100 yards in a single season (2019 with Tampa Bay) only to not only get jettisoned by his team, but to also not even earn a single start for his new team during the entire following season (2020 with New Orleans).

What can’t be debated, at least so far this year, is that Jameis Winston isn’t an interesting individual.

Winston, the youngest player to ever win the Heisman Trophy, has been entertaining NFL fans this year ever since his unconventional offseason workout went viral back in March.

Back in May, the way he descibed his new-found passion for football after signing a two-year deal with the Saints and graduating from Florida State, only served to garner him even more fans.

He’s been an inspiration, a fitspiration, invented incredible new phrases, and given us the one of funniest descriptions of the human body that we’ve ever heard.

And on Sunday, after Winston and the New Orleans Saints snuck by the Atlanta Falcons 27-26 in their season opener, Winston once again went viral, this time when was asked about going to the medical tent and the pain he experienced during the game.

“Just pain. It was pain everywhere, so we gotta keep on pushing through and being resilient,” Winston replied.

Just like that, another classic Jameis Winston meme was born

Many, MANY fantasy football players could relate to that on Sunday, as could Cowboys fans.

Many sports bettors could also relate to Jameis’ emotion on Sunday.

Mostly though, people just love Jameis Winston’s passion for literally everything.

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