Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Kellen Winslow had his best game of the season last week in a monster day against the Green Bay pass defense. This week, Winslow had a steady performance but was not able to replicate the kind of production delivered last week.
The Bucs tight end finished with five catches for 52 yards. He was targeted by quarterback Josh Freeman seven times, second only to leading receiver Mike Williams. It was a productive day, but hardly the 130+ yard day he enjoyed last week. Winslow and the Bucs will look to end their five game losing streak next week when they host the Carolina Panthers.