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    Jameis Winston undergoes LASIK

    Title says it all

    I do wonder if itíll help him going forward however

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    His cab got intercepted on the way to the doctor, thus it never happened.

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    i guess he doesn't want that 30/30 vision anymore

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    Ok so now he'll be able to see the DB's he's throwing to a lot more clear-er-rer!



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    This is almost too funny (given it could apply to all kinds of players, refs, etc.), but when you think about it, could alter his career in a positive way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanDB View Post
    This is almost too funny (given it could apply to all kinds of players, refs, etc.), but when you think about it, could alter his career in a positive way.
    He obviously doesn't have major viewing problems or else he would not have been able to throw for over 5000 yards last season. However, minor imperfections can have a significant impact at the highest level of a sport.

    We'll have to wait and see what happens next season.
    Last edited by GMTD; 02-14-2020 at 02:52 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GMTD View Post
    He obviously doesn't have major viewing problems or else he would not have been able to throw for over 5000 yards last season. However, minor imperfections can have a significant impact at the highest level of a sport.

    We'll have to wait and see what happens next season.
    Iím not sure how bad his vision was but when things are blurry down the field I can see (no pun intended) how the colors can blend together. I would assume it also effects his depth perception which is probably the bigger issue. At least now he should be able to read the scoreboard

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    Quote Originally Posted by beastlyskronk View Post
    I’m not sure how bad his vision was but when things are blurry down the field I can see (no pun intended) how the colors can blend together. I would assume it also effects his depth perception which is probably the bigger issue. At least now he should be able to read the scoreboard


    I like unintended puns.

    I wonder if he wore contacts? If so, he has no excuse. But, I can see contacts being uncomfortable playing a sport like football. It will be interesting to see if he improves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beastlyskronk View Post
    I’m not sure how bad his vision was but when things are blurry down the field I can see (no pun intended) how the colors can blend together. I would assume it also effects his depth perception which is probably the bigger issue. At least now he should be able to read the scoreboard
    This (ha ha) is what has been suggested...he might be colour blind. It explains throwing the ball to the other teams. So perhaps he will now throw even more accurate passes to the wrong team.

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