We could point out all the differences between last season’s Bucs and the 2020 version, but let’s face it, there’s really only one change the world cares about. Jameis Winston is out, and Tom Brady is in. With that in mind, we figured it might be an interesting exercise to chart Winston’s 2019 and Brady’s 2020 seasons weekly.One of the quietest days of the season for Winston. The Bucs jumped out to a 25-0 halftime lead against Jacksonville, with the defense adding one score, and Winston played an appropriately conservative second half. He finished 21-of-33 for 268 yards without a touchdown or an interception. This effort sort of highlighted the impact of turnovers on Tampa Bay’s season. Winston averaged 1.2 interceptions in victories in 2019, and 2.3 interceptions in losses.So the old guy can still hit the deep ball. Brady had three different completions that traveled more than 30 yards in the air and finished the game with 345 yards passing in 41 attempts. It was a far cry from the 4.5 yards per attempt he had last week against the Rams. He also did well to stand in the pocket against a pretty fierce pass rush and took eight hits. But the bottom line is he had two more interceptions and both came in Kansas City territory after driving 39 and 45 yards. He is being paid a king’s ransom to avoid exactly those types of plays. 2019 Winston: Completed 281-of-467 for 3,659 yards, with 22 touchdowns, 20 interceptions and a 5-7 record. 2020 Brady: Completed 307-of-474 for 3,300 yards, with 28 touchdowns, 11 interceptions and a 7-5 record.You would take the improved record. You would take the more sensible stats. But you would also have expected a little more from Brady at this point. He’s thrown about half as many interceptions as Winston did 12 weeks into the 2019 season, and that sounds like progress. But compared to Patrick Mahomes, Drew Brees, Aaron Rodgers, heck, even Ryan Tannehill, he’s turning the ball over too much. John Romano can be reached at email@example.com. Follow @romano_tbtimes.