Coach-QB Chemistry Brewing On Bucs’ SidelinesOctober 16th, 2013
One could say Mike Glennon and Greg Schiano are married. Does anyone really think the Bucs’ hierarchy would grant Schiano a chance to develop a third top QB prospect in three years?
Joe doubts it. If Glennon doesn’t prove to be a strong starter, that surely will spell doom for the New Schiano Order. Joe can’t envision a scenario in which Glennon is subpar and Schiano gets another crack at the QB apple.
So Joe and other fans are left to pull for Glennon to be a stud.
Schiano has been vocally giddy about his young QB, and on the head coach’s radio show Monday on WDAE-AM 620, Schiano had a big smile in his voice talking about how he and Glennon were having fun on the sidelines against the Eagles.
“As a coach and the quarterback, you’re having a little fun with the thing, it’s good,” Schiano said of his gameday antics with Glennon. ”And Mike’s just going to get better and better and better. And the people around him, you know. We didn’t have Mike Williams this past week. You know, it’s going to be good to get him back and get [Glennon] playing with him more. So I think as everybody becomes more comfortable with each other. You know, with the emergence of Tim Wright in the passing game, that was also very important. You know, I think Mike Glennon’s going to keep getting better and better.”
Reading that has to get the Mike Glennon Mob all jacked up. And for the record, count Joe as a new, entry-level member of the Mob.
Glennon is the No. 1 QB on the roster and he seems like he could become a productive NFL QB, a solid third-round pick. Not a special guy that’s going to win a Super Bowl, but a solid football player and a likeable kid.