Glennon Better Off ElsewhereJanuary 6th, 2017
Bucs backup quarterback Mike Glennon is a good dude. Class act.
He belongs starting on another team.
It isn’t just Joe who came up with that. It is also Adam Schein. The fantastic talking head heard on SiriusXM Radio has been a big Glennon fan for a long time. And now the time has come for Glennon to wave goodbye to the Bucs and find greener, richer pastures, writes Schein.
Is Mike Glennon a superstar in the making? No. But Mike Glennon can start for many teams in the NFL. Prior to Jameis Winston’s arrival in Tampa, Glennon flashed an intriguing skill set, posting respectable numbers over 19 games in 2013 and 2014: 4,025 passing yards with 29 touchdowns and 15 interceptions.
Glennon could represent an upgrade at the position for clubs like the Cardinals, Jaguars, Jets, Bears and Browns.
Yes, the Bucs are talking like they want to keep Glennon, but wants a shot to start and likely will get a chance — and some level of payday. Good for him.
Use that Team Glazer loot to lure a wide receiver who can help the Bucs instead of paying Glennon too much to sit the bench — a much more intelligent investment.