Stat Geeks Love Glennon

November 9th, 2013

BSPN stats guru Mike Sando talks about all kinds of numbers in this look at the Dolphins-Bucs matchup on Monday night.

Sando is confused by the Bucs’ futility when they’ve led in six games and Mike Glennon’s data looks so promising.

7 Responses to “Stat Geeks Love Glennon”

  1. JonBuc Says:

    It’s because 2nd only to the victory formation knee dive in popularity, Schiano’s 2nd half ” prevent ” offense insures defeat. I’m glad that there’s some sentiment to bring him back…I mean-what’s not to like?!

  2. Patrick in VA Says:

    I like that. It’s definitely a prevent offense. asinine play calling doesn’t show up on a stat sheet other than the win-loss column

  3. Pete 422 Says:

    #1. I’d like to see somebody create some separation down the field.
    #2. I’d like to see some nicely thrown deep balls.

  4. Jim Says:

    What are Glennon’s stats on balls thrown over 15 yards deep?

  5. P'cola Buc Says:

    Still would like to finally get the QB with the most potential with the first pick in the draft (Bridgewater. Mariota etc ). Something to cheer about each offence play. I do enjoy watching Kid Glennon far more than Josh…kids got poise and can fight for QB position next year

  6. P'cola Buc Says:

    Questioning Glennons throws over 15 yards? I remember reading here that Freeman was “killing ants” when attempting to throw for less yards!

  7. Chris Says:

    Jim as long as he’s moving the sticks it’s fine. Take a look at the wrs he’s throwing too and tell me how much separation they’re getting?