Bucs turn back to Winston after Fitzpatrick's 3 INTs vs. Giants
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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers' quarterback carousel continues to turn.

Jameis Winston was given another opportunity behind center after veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick threw three interceptions in three quarters of action on Sunday.

The Buccaneers were trailing the New York Giants 24-7 when Fitzpatrick was pulled. His contributions to the Giants included a 15-yard pick-6 by linebacker Alec Ogletree.

Fitzpatrick was the team's starter to open the season as Winston served a three-game suspension, and he led the Bucs to two wins right out of the gates. He threw four interceptions in his next two games and was replaced as the starter by Winston in Week 6.

Winston threw eight picks in three games and was benched for Fitzpatrick in Week 8. The turnovers have continued for the 14-year veteran, though, as he has thrown seven interceptions since returning to the starting role.

The Buccaneers entered Week 11 ranked first in total offense and leading the league in interceptions. Their total now sits at 22, and counting.

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