Sapp: Job Is Too Big For Glennon

January 31st, 2014

mike glennon 1216bWarren Sapp went on a long rant to Joe about one of the changing states of the NFL this week.

In case you missed it:

“Defenses don’t win championships. The last No. 1 defense to get to the Super Bowl and win was me. That’s 11 years ago. So the thing about it is defense gives you a chance now, but offense has to win it for you,” Sapp said.

“Giants? The defense gave them a chance, Eli [Manning] won it for them. Packers? Defense gives them a chance, Aaron Rodgers won it for them, 3rd-and-10 with Troy Polamalu’s in the middle of the field spinning around. That’s how you gotta win it now. You’re not going to go out and stop people any more.

“You just can’t impose your will on defense any more. [Twenty-five years ago], when [Giants linebacker] Carl Banks used to go out on the slot, the slot disappeared. (laughs) When Wilber Marshall went out on the slot, the slot disappeared. You didn’t have a slot receiver. Wes Welker would have been tartar.

“The middle was a place you had to circumnavigate. Andre Reed used to be a master of the middle of the field because you had to circumnavigate it, you’d get knocked out going through the middle of that field.

“There’s an Autobahn built in the middle of the field now.”

After that take, Joe thought it would be an appropriate time to ask Sapp about the state of the Bucs’ quarterback position.

JoeBucsFan.com: With that much emphasis needed on offense, do you think the Bucs need to address the quarterback situation this offseason?

Warren Sapp: So you’re telling me they’re going to win with Glennon? Are you asking me if they can win with Glennon?

Joe: Yeah, that’s what I’m asking. Do you think Glennon can become the guy for the Bucs?

Sapp: No. That kid, it’s too big for him. It’s too big for him. I can see it.

Of course, opinions vary on the viability of Glennon across the NFL. However, Joe does give plenty of weight to Sapp’s. In addition to being a Hall of Famer, it’s clear Sapp watches all Bucs games, breaks down game film and keeps close tabs on the team and cares deeply about all things Bucs.

85 Responses to “Sapp: Job Is Too Big For Glennon”

  1. Chef Paul Says:

    HAHA, Hey Couch, He used your catch phrase!! You made the big time!!

  2. Otto Says:

    Sapp also said, “I know that Glennon is not the quarterback that Josh Freeman is.”

  3. BucsQcCity Says:

    Go figure.. Lets trade our next 3 1st round picks to get Manziel. Because it just makes so many sense..

    They picked Lovie partly to get some stability and some calm after the Schiano circus. No way they draft up to get a party animal. Don’t get me wrong I love Manziel and if somehow the Bucs put their hand on him then they have a playmaker but draft picks are the way to build a team. Draft picks are cheap compared to FA when filling holes. And we have many many holes to fill.

    O’m betting that if we trade up, its to get clowney

  4. Hawk Says:

    Well, there you have it! If a loud-mouth, over-bearing, narcissistic, defensive HOFer says it, then you can discount all the coaches and scouts. Surely, it’s been proven that the better the player, the better the coach/scout they made.
    Really, Joe. This was the best jab at Glennon you could come up with for today? There seems to be a lot of readers who don’t mind going over the same argument every day. I am not one of those. I have better things to do than beat a dead horse. There are other places I get Buc news that don’t try to raise peoples’ blood pressure over a player when *NONE* of them will have a say in his future.
    Toodles.

    Joe’s not raising anyone’s blood pressure. Would you rather Joe not share what Warren Sapp thinks of Mike Glennon?–Joe

  5. Architek Says:

    At this point I’m just lost…

    Glennon is not long term answer, period.

  6. BKNYfootballhead Says:

    Sapp also said Josh Freeman would be the league MVP.

  7. Dean Says:

    I agree that this whole “is Glennon the guy” is a very confusing situation. Is he better than the other 3 in our division….as Joe points out, the answer is no.
    But his rookie stats compare very favorably with Peyton, Brees, Brady, etc.
    So, could he develop? That’s where I have to put my trust in this great new regime heading the Bucs.
    They have no vested interest in Glennon, like the past HC, OC, GM. And most importantly, they want to win NOW.
    So, I say let’s give the real experts a chance to make that determination and decide whether Glennon is “the man” or whether the Bucs need to bring in either a FA or Draft for the future.
    I would like some serious competition either way, so we have some security going into 2014.

  8. Harry Says:

    Just finished reading an article regarding building the 2002 Bucs in Bucs Nation. Remember in ’99 when we held the vaunted Rams and Warner to 11 pts but still lost bc we could only score 6 pts? Or when we lost in Philly in 2000 & 2001 playoffs, again, bc we could not score? The pain of those loses bc the Bucs offenses sucked so bad when the D was so good will forever be burned in my memory; maybe we cold have two or more SB visits if we had a QB back then?

    We have NEVER had a franchise QB. When do we make the investment to get one? It doesn’t come free you know. It seems to me that so many of you want to again put off the inevitable if we ever want to return to relevance. “Lets give Glennon another chance”. “Lets get Vick”; “We can draft one in the 6th rd like Brady”.

    We have been doing this since the Bucs have been in Tampa. When do the Bucs finally stop this madness, pay the piper and get a real franchise QB?

  9. Drew Says:

    Sapp said it, so it must be right. Give it a break Joe!

  10. TAC Says:

    “win was me.”

    LOL.

    The worst mistake made was this joker being voted a 1st ballet HOF’er. Big ego, exacerbated forever with that vote.

    He was a great player, but there were times he looked like he was on ice skates depending on the RB going up the middle. Eddie George, and that oline punked Sapp, and exposed him. Among many other RB, and olines he decided to take the day off against.

    He could be right about Glennon, but you’ll never hear if he is wrong, because who is going to tell him, lol.

    I will say it 10 times now.

    “just remember most of his play on the field, he was a big part of the SB team”

  11. spanishbuc Says:

    To all the Johnny football fan club members on here, How do you suppose we get him? I hope you guys understand that he will not drop to the #7 pick. Are you willing to go all Dan Snyder for RGIII or Saints for Ricky Williams and bankrupt the Bucs? I’m just curious how you think this pipe dream will come true.

  12. TAC Says:

    “bankrupt the Bucs?”

    No, and they won’t do that.

  13. spanishbuc Says:

    @TAC
    I know they won’t because Lovie is not an idiot. A lot of f people on here, including Joe, have a school girl crush on Johnny but i haven’t heard one person say how we are supposed to get him.

  14. Jordon Says:

    With all due respect, Warren…I will let the decision on starting QB rest with coaches Smith and Tedford. A lot of us ( Sapp included) thought Josh Freeman was going to be a franchise QB, and look how wrong we were. IMO MG8 showed a lot of poise and promise as a rookie. Historically, his numbers compare very favorably to the rookie years of some QB’s named Manning, Brady, Rivers, Brees, Romo, Wilson, Ryan, Cutler and Roethlisberger. They all went on to have some pretty good careers. Why not see if MG8 can do the same.

  15. Joe Dunn Says:

    a) Lovie does not need Sapp’s help

    b) most if us dont care what #99 says, ever

    3) Hope next time Strahan sees Sapp in public he tells him
    to grow up and shut up

  16. Jonny 2.3 Says:

    @BKNY: I was anti-Freeman post 2012 season, but right from the time Freeman was a rookie even though he made many mistakes, the game never seemed bigger to him. Now don’t get me wrong, the “deer in the headlights” Freeman would often show up initially, but he often played his best football in the 4th qtr while Bucs are trailing. Glennon is opposite in that regard. I too get the same feeling about Glennon, I am suspicious about his ability to handle pressure.

  17. TAC Says:

    “A lot of f people on here, including Joe”

    Fanatical buc opinion, and speculation. We all are counting on Tedford now.

    The D should tighten up now, that last D coordinator, and his boss was the true idiots. Hindsight is 20/20.

  18. Patrick in VA Says:

    I’m a big Sapp fan and have a lot of respect for what he did for the team. His assessment of teams and the Bucs players has generally been pretty solid to date. Few misses here and there but that’s going to happen. I don’t know that the game is too big for Glennon. It may be. He may end up being a dud. I’m not saying he’s the second coming of anything. I’m saying that any rookie plugged in to a schiano system with no offensive talent, a shaky oline and a coach that says that NFL QBs don’t need coaching would look like the game was too big for them because they would literally be asked to carry the entire offense with no experience at that level to draw from and no support from coaches. I don’t know what Sapp saw on film. I could be wrong. I’m not ready to give up on the guy and I’m really not going to get behind giving up draft picks

  19. spanishbuc Says:

    Revis is the NFL Comeback Player of the Year. Can’t wait to see that healthy knee.

  20. Martinii Says:

    I don’t see selling out for Manziel. This year we need to build around Glennon. Protect him, give him a few more weapons, hold the opponent under 17 pts., and get a good back-up. I think that’s as good as it gets in 2014. Remember we have some pretty good players returning from IR and a whole new coaching staff. One more year of maturity and a few well placed free agents and draft picks and a winning season is foreseeable.

  21. joseph mamma Says:

    I really think Sapp is one of the least prepared and generally disregard any of his statements/predictions about QB’s or anything football related. I think we can safely say that we can put this right along side his “J. Freeman will be an MVP candidate prediction.”

  22. pick6 Says:

    TAC, in no universe (except one where off-the-field character\likability is a criteria and guys like lawrence taylor and randy moss also don’t belong) does Sapp not belong in the HOF.

  23. Chris Says:

    Joe all your Manziel talk , I suggest you look into Brett smith. Wyoming. More athletic Alex smith with a stronger arm. Very good value and makes plays to move the chains. Love his eye movement and ball placement. Very good mechanics. Under the radar prospect.

  24. TAC Says:

    “does Sapp not belong in the HOF.”

    I never said that, reading is fundamental.

  25. JMN Says:

    Sapp seems to be running his mouth way to much these past few days. His comments are pretty irreverent.

  26. Eric Says:

    Our 1 and two and next years 1 to trade up to number two, draft JF.

    Then unload Revis on a contender like the pats or 49ers, and jump back in the 1st round or at least the second.

    Revis doesn’t fit in the puzzle because we don’t have the QB to make a run which is the reason we got him, and we get the franchise QB and have a fighting chance. Plus Revis may never be the Revis of old – but I could see an authentic contender trading for him.

  27. d-money Says:

    “Joe’s not raising anyone’s blood pressure. Would you rather Joe not share what Warren Sapp thinks of Mike Glennon?–Joe”

    Well..yeah..sort of.

    The Glennon thing is just beating a dead horse.

    Here i’ll give you you the next earth shattering story from the super bowl and im not even there…

    “Some People Like Glennon And Some People Don’t”

    “JBF.com has confirmed that although there are many people that like Glennon as the Bucs QB next year there are also people who don’t like him. Some people went as far as to say that the Bucs should draft a QB in the first round. While others said they shouldn’t.”

    It should be noted that none of these people have any inside knowledge of the Bucs and are in no way in a position to discuss what will actually happen on draft day.

    The End. ”

    There you go. Feel free to print that and I don’t even need to get paid for it.

    That was funny. –Joe

  28. Glennon Mob Says:

    Glennon will be our starter next year. Accept it Bucs nation. The sooner you do the closer to reality you will come.

  29. biff barker Says:

    Warren’s mouth may be to big for him too.

    Meh, bring in another QB, see what Tedford has spooled up and let them both go after the big job. That’s the only way we’ll ever know.

  30. Glennon Mob Says:

    The only 2 qb’s in the draft worth the 7th pick would be Johnny Football or Bridgewater. Glennon beat out the rest in training camp.

  31. bucfanjeff Says:

    We’ll find out in May what the Bucs coaches think.

  32. Meh Says:

    I strongly agree. I’m not sure we will be in a position to upgrade QB this offseason, but its going to have to happen sooner or later. Glennon is a backup imo, he will not lead us to the promised land.

  33. pick6 Says:

    @TAC, it certainly seemed like you were implying it. your depiction of sapp as a serial loafer(“many…he decided to take the day off against”) and a guy who was notably dominated by (or refused to compete against) numerous offensive lines directly contradict some of his most notable qualifications for the HOF – a relentless DT who despised being beaten who generally overwhelmed the guy(s) across from him and forced O Lines to account for him at all times. it appears to me you are either exaggerating the player’s deficiencies (or their relevance to his overall success\legacy) or you are saying his play did not merit the honor.

  34. Bucfan#37 Says:

    Memo to Warren Sapp… Don’t bogart that joint my friend, pass it over to me.

  35. Glennon Mob Says:

    Blake Bortles or w/e the eff his name is and Derek Carr are the Blaine Gabberts and Christian Ponders of this draft class. Not worth the 7th overall pick. Not worth the 15th pick. Not worth the 30th overall pick. The only reason people are talking about them is because Mariota and Hundley stayed in school. I hope we don’t waste out # 7 pick on those scrubs. Take a line backer. If anyone looked up Lance Brigg’s and Brian Urlacher? They are like 6’4″ 260lbs. Anthony Barr and Kahlil Mack fit that mold perfectly.

  36. c-spann Says:

    I think we should, if possible, draft Aaron Murray late. I think he will drop to the fourth round where we can snag him. Let MG and him compete and see what happens from that point on.

  37. ROBERT6 Says:

    the more sapp talks the more he seems like a mindless fool. He may have been a beast, but that does not mean he’s not a fool. i.e. look at his life……he’s messed up a lot outside of foorball when it comes to common sense.

    So if a mindless fool trashes someone who is clearly intelligent I will take that as a ringing endorsement.

    MGM memeber

  38. Eric Says:

    Finally someone who agree with u but if we draft Johnny football we will still have the 4th best QB in the division who would be hurt by week 10 with all due respect to sapp whio offered him a gm position and I’m as big as a buc fan as you will find buts app need kill the shock analyst garbage man it is getting very tired!

    Dude, what “shock analyst”. These are Sapp’s words, in context. Would your rather Joe not share? –Joe

  39. buc4lyfe Says:

    After watching film no one from lovie Smith’s regime would say Glennon is the guy even going into the off-season…..no one is right all the time and to be honest Freeman has more upside lol Glennon had him beat upstairs though……Glennon has to be the guy he is, he doesn’t look like the you’re off guy that be a rock star like Johnny football, i wouldn’t mind it if he BECAME the guy but I don’t see it either…..he doesn’t look our play the part

  40. Justin Says:

    Warren Sapp. Great player. First class jerk.

    Guy has been spewing hot garbage all week. Don’t really care what his opinions are on QBs.

  41. Buc1987 Says:

    Are we debating this again? zzzzzzzzzzzzzz zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

  42. Barry Says:

    How much did you have to pay him to say that? Perhap buy into his Hip Hop Soda shop franchise? He can see that it’s too big for Glennon but he can’t see that his bills are due. Front the Brother some money Joe.

  43. Oil Derrick Brooks Says:

    It’s going to be a loooooooong offseason.

  44. Chris@Apple Roof Cleaning Says:

    I am OK with Glennon starting as our QB, and I think we will see him as our starter next year.

  45. Tgreg Says:

    Well after all the effort Joe finally got one person to bash Glennon. I think that makes it about 18-1 at this point.

    Look, Joe’s asking questions on the biggest question/x-factor facing the Bucs. Joe doesn’t pick words in these guys mouths. Joe has shared plenty of opinions in all directions on Glennon. Joe’s not watching the scorecard. –Joe

  46. Scotty in Fat Antonio Says:

    Can we not be patient and wait for New Smith Order (NSO) to evaluate our players to include our QB before we run the poor kid out of town?

  47. Couch Fan Says:

    Chef Paul Says:
    January 31st, 2014 at 9:20 am
    HAHA, Hey Couch, He used your catch phrase!! You made the big time!!

    —————————

    Hold on tight and enjoy the ride. Once the wins start coming, it’s going to be trending everywhere!!

  48. Patrick in VA Says:

    Thoughts from anyone on our TE situation? Think we’ll stick with Wright as our guy if he bulks up? maybe go to a two TE set a la the patriots?

    Or any thoughts on any other positions other than the QB. I propose at least a 2 week cooling off period for everyone on QB talk so we can all at least give it a chance for something meaningful to happen that might effect the conversation some other than people just restating what they’ve already said. We know what everyone’s talking points are. We’ve seen all the stats. We’ve seen all the comparisons. If people don’t have their position firmly established by now then it’s because they’re not paying attention to the team until the season starts.

    Let’s move it along to another debate. Who wants to talk about beer prices at the games? I know I was pretty appalled about it. Anybody got anything else?

  49. FLBoyInDallas Says:

    Don’t really care about Joe’s or Sapp’s opinion on the QB position. I do, however, care about Lovie’s, Tedford’s and Licht’s opinions. That’s all that really matters.

  50. knucknbuc Says:

    Aww look at all the mike glennon boys all butthurt Bec someone doesn’t believe mike glennon is the answer. Geez u guys get so upset when anyone says anything bad about glennon or that they don’t think he’s the answer. We lost 5 straight games with glennon as qb won 4 straight games most which he played mediocre at best in then lost the last 4 in blowout fashion where he played like crap. Want to know why he had decent stats? He didn’t throw the ball just took the sack down by 17+ almost every game. I’d rather have a qb with some balls that says f it and tries to throw it and get picks off but at least tries to make something happen.

  51. spanishbuc Says:

    @Eric
    First off the Redskins gave up 3 first rounders and a second to move from the 6th to the 2nd. So what you’re suggesting would never fly, you want to offer less and get more. Not the way the NFL works. 2nd when has selling the draft pick farm ever worked for a team that is rebuilding? hell the only time i can ever remember it working was when we got Chucky. We had the pieces in place we just needed some offense. That is a ridiculous suggestion.

  52. Orca Says:

    Sapp is a windbag. Great player, rotten human, entertaining interview. I don’t understand why anyone would put stock in a word this guy says.

  53. spanishbuc Says:

    @Patrick
    I’m with you. No more QB talk. As far as area of need, I’m all about Oline and Dline. I’m an absolute believer that football is won in the trenches. As a whole our lines played like absolute horse crap last year. Once we get those situated I think we will be a much better team. As far a TE is concerned it’s all about the kind of offense we run. I think Wright did a great job as a receiving TE. we might run a two TE system with Wright and Crabtree.

  54. Bobby M. Says:

    Let’s be frank, if Mike Glennon were black, Sapp would view his “upside” much differently. Sapp has always campaigned that way, look no further than his constant mention of Brooks and Dungy for the HOF but routinely never mentions Lynch. Sapp’s actually talked quite a bit about Lynch. Joe heard him do it several times on Tuesday before a group of reporters. Joe quoted him a big on Lynch earlier this week. –Joe

    On a side note, I’m guessing “JOE” would have found Shaun King’s “potential” to have more upside than Dilfer’s, yet one had a lengthy career with a Super Bowl ring to wear and the other didn’t last in the CFL or Arena league. Besides, didn’t we have Shaun King before switching to the original “giraffe” in Brad Johnson, who I believe also has a ring….Interesting. It’s funny how there is this fascination with the “mobile” QB but no real data that back ups that they produce consistent winning or have longevity in the league.

  55. Jordan Says:

    Sapp doesn’t know his stats. The very next year after the Bucs won the SB, the Patriots won with the #1 Defense and then the Steelers won the SB in 2009 with the #1 Defense. Contrarily, only one #1 offense has won a superbowl during that same time frame. If Seatlle wins on Sunday, that would mean four #1 defenses have won the last 11 Superbowls.

  56. johnny Says:

    Sapp also said Tannyhill would break Marino’s records this year , said years back Freeman was gonna be the League MVP , said the Steelers would not even make the Playoffs the year they lost to the Pack in the SB , etc ..This make me feel a lil better about Glennon now.

  57. FLBoyInDallas Says:

    Sapp is definitely not a barometer of accuracy. Makes me feel a little better about Glennon.

  58. thegregwitul Says:

    Look, I said it before and I’ll say it again…Mike Glennon, regardless of his potential, needs viable competition going into next season. It would be insane to have Glennon and Dan O. at the QB spot. Whatever it’s an experienced veteran or a rookie, it needs to be someone that isn’t your prototypical backup QB like Dan O. is.

    I would be fine with a veteran, I would love to see Johnny Football as a Buc as it would at least be entertaining, and I wouldn’t say no to Garoppolo. It just can’t be Glennon and no one else, not with a defense that can elevate this team to at least a playoff contender if the offense can at least be middle of the pack and not 32nd in the NFL.

  59. lightningbuc Says:

    Has Jeremy Shockey sued this fool yet for slander? I guess he figures Sapp is bankrupt so there’s nothing to collect. Sapp, albeit a great Buc, is becoming a laughingstock.

  60. IdahoBucsfan Says:

    I CAN’T wait till next year when joe eats crow Every single day to make up for his constant anti Glennon bias this off season! Tell me one other position that he has beaten to death. I want to get tired of his everyday 1-2 posts per day saying he is sorry for the offseason rants, tired of his humility…. Yea, that will be nice! Glennon brings what this team needs, and replacing Rachael with Jonny as a fantasy, will only continue to piss BUC fans off! (I notice you have stopped thinking about her since jonnyfootball came along! ;)

  61. Ramon Says:

    WOW. After asking everyone he could find….Joe finally found someone that didnt have nothing but good things to say about Glennon.

  62. andres Says:

    Ya’ll know Josh McCown is our next QB right? Right?

  63. Upgrayedd Says:

    Awesome.

    Joe, I love how you toss this bit of refreshment out there, and drive these Glennonites mad like a 1 dollar bill in the middle of the stage at a strip club.

    Sapp sees it. Kurt Warner Admits it. Yet the Glennonites stand firm and unite on JBF, defend their ‘Supreme Sack-Taking, Fetal-Position-Cowering Worst-3rd Down-passing Ginger’ to the bitter end.

    I love it!

  64. Trubucfan22 Says:

    I find it hilarious hat everyone hates freeman no what he is not a Buc. I would sign freeman back to the team in a heart beat. At least freeman had the will to win. A lazy sleepy freeman is 10x the qb that glennon is.
    Give freeman a coach who would work with him and build him up rather than try to trade him and sign other qbs to replace him. Schiano broke freeman. Just like schiano broke most of the spirits in the bucs locker room. Revis admitted that the players didn’t want to work for schiano. The fact that schiano created a hostile atmosphere for all players, and he tried trading and signing other qbs, do people really wonder why freeman had enough of that idiot?

    Freeman was far from the best qb in the league but he was the best qb we’ve ever had in Tampa. Glennon isn’t even close. Glennon is worse than dilfer was. We can do a lot better. And it won’t be difficult to find an upgrade anywhere in the draft.

  65. Trubucfan22 Says:

    And bucs fans hating on sapps career is just ridiculous.. He didn’t deserve the hall of game? Are you f ing kidding me? You kids are ignorant.

  66. Sapp, STFU Says:

    Seriously, Sapp has to go and say something I agree with?

  67. Couch Fan Says:

    Schiano broke freeman.

    ——————————-

    Freeman broke freeman by mentally weak.

  68. Upgrayedd Says:

    “Freeman broke freeman by mentally weak.”?

    So who was/were the mentally weak that broke Freeman? Ohhh. You mean Schiano. Of course, As you clearly stated above. Carry on!

  69. Couch Fan Says:

    I thought I made that clear? with the “Freeman broke Freeman”.

    I guess you are to stupid to put 2 and 2 together.

  70. Upgrayedd Says:

    “I thought I made that clear? with the “Freeman broke Freeman”.

    I guess you are to stupid to put 2 and 2 together.”

    Why so angry? Do you not think I knew where you were comin from? And why are you – and this goes for all you other bitter JBF regulars, why are you guys still so intent on putting Freeman down in order to prop up and make a case for your NFL worst rated and so less-than-mediocre QB?

  71. Couch Fan Says:

    Angry? No. No. I just call it how I see it. I dont let little people anger me. It’s rather funny how you can’t just add to debate we were having except to pick at a typo. Lmao.

    As far as putting freeman down. It’s because not only was he a loser, (which would of been fine on his own) but he gave up on the team. That should have any and all Buc Fans irate.

    That has nothing to do with Glennon. However, it is funny how you blame Schiano for all Freeman’s faults but yet you give up on Glennon after just 12 games. Who was Glennon’s coach again? Oh that’s right… the same guy.

    I see where this is going.

  72. Couch Fan Says:

    Oh and also through the 1st 3 weeks that Freeman was here before Glennon took his job, he was also the QB of the worst offense in the NFL. DOH!!

  73. Tgregs Says:

    @upgrayedd

    Where in the world you find any ranking that has Glennon last?

    That distinction goes to The Moron Freeman

  74. PRBucFan Says:

    Free Free blows and was too mentally weak for the weight of the position.

    Free Free definitely broke free free lol

  75. bucrightoff Says:

    Eric Says:
    January 31st, 2014 at 11:01 am

    Our 1 and two and next years 1 to trade up to number two, draft JF.

    Then unload Revis on a contender like the pats or 49ers, and jump back in the 1st round or at least the second.
    _______________________________________________________________

    Hmmm. Thats not gonna be good enough as a package because its lower than the Redskins were. Probably gotta add a 4th. Beyond that, trading a proven best at his position player in the NFL and then trading an obscene amount for a completely unproven player sounds like one of the worst decisions of all time. Thankfully Dominik is no longer GM so it can’t actually happen.

  76. Eric Says:

    I don’t think JF is quite as sought after as RG III.

    So, I think my plan is viable. Would look a lot better going forward than what we have now.

  77. Buc1987 Says:

    johnny Says:
    January 31st, 2014 at 1:24 pm

    “Sapp also said Tannyhill would break Marino’s records this year , said years back Freeman was gonna be the League MVP , said the Steelers would not even make the Playoffs the year they lost to the Pack in the SB , etc ..This make me feel a lil better about Glennon now.”

    Good point, nuff said.

  78. Upgrayedd Says:

    Let if flow couch man, let that pent up Freeman rage out. (I can’t believe you’re still stuck on him a month after the reg season ended. But get it out! It’s healthy!)

    And if you’d crawl out of your hole and take a look at some analytical websites, you’ll find a bit of clarity.

    a) Glennon is at the helm of the worst offense in the NFL.
    b) Glennon is ranked 37th……………37th at yards/attempts. BACKUPS are ranked above him at this!
    c) Mike Glennon at:

    1st and 8-10: QB Rating of 100.9 (not bad!)

    2nd and 6+: QB rating of 79.6 (hmm)

    3rd and 6+: QB rating of 61.1 (uhhh, what?) These are $$ downs

    Look couch man, if Joe will allow me to put the link up I will. But if those numbers alone dont convince you, or any of you other Glennonite that we need a true franchise QB, then there’s not much more I can tell ya.

    But hey buddy, have an awesome weekend! Its Friday!!

  79. Buc1987 Says:

    2nd and 6+: QB rating of 79.6 (hmm)

    3rd and 6+: QB rating of 61.1 (uhhh, what?) These are $$ downs

    Might have something to do with the play calling as well. The last guy got fired probably for meddling in the offense too much.

  80. PRBucFan Says:

    You realize Free was historically bad this season right?

    Glennon could have played better blindfolded lol

  81. Couch Fan Says:

    I got 4 months to let it all out as you say so I think I’ll let it drain a little at a time so it’ll take up most of the off season and I’ll be good by training camp.

    As far as the numbers you posted… so what?

    What rookie would not struggle giving all the crap Glennon was working through? It’s funny how you throw out stats like that and think its proof that Glennon will never be any good.

    Not everyone expects rookies to play like All Pros.

  82. Buc1987 Says:

    The End.

  83. BoJim Says:

    As Joe said in an earlier thread, Glennon comes with the right price. Lovie will go D first and Glennon will start. We’ll probably pick up a QB in the later rounds.

  84. chickster Says:

    Glennon wont be the face of any franchise sorry to tell ya but he doesn’t have the look or skill set. hey I fear for the guy if he doesn’t bulk up do you see how easily he goes down the nasty d ends throw this kid around with one hand its embarrassing and this is what some of you want for the face of your franchise wow

  85. fridgebob Says:

    I wonder what Sapp would say now about D not winning SBs…

 
 

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