Glennon Ordered To Leave One Buc Palace

December 9th, 2013
schiano and glennon

“Get outta here, kid.”

Joe shared a story earlier about Mike Glennon’s perfectionist ways.

But Greg Schiano has put a stop, albeit for 24 hours, to Glennon’s savage intensity.

Today at One Buc Palace, Schiano said he has ordered Glennon to go home and do whatever it is he does that’s not football.

“The big thing that I want Mike to do right now is just take a little blow right now,” Schiano said. “He’s been grinding really, really hard. Even in the bye week, this guy didn’t take off. And, you know, I just want him to take a breath. And he’ll come back tomorrow afternoon and be ready to go.

“So I told him, ‘I don’t want to see you in the morning. Just stay outta here. I don’t care what you do. Sleep. Whatever. We’ll get cracking in the afternoon.'”

Joe wonders what Glennon will do with his time. Perhaps greet Mike Glennon Mob members at a local breakfast joint. Joe’s not quite sure.

Somehow, Joe suspects Glennon will be on his couch watching film of the Niners’ ferocious defense.

95 Responses to “Glennon Ordered To Leave One Buc Palace”

  1. Ryan Says:

    hopefully he will Figure out how to throw for more than 90 yards in a game… ITS JUST PATHETIC!

  2. Luther Says:

    Good for Glennon…He does have to take a break though. Living and breathing a thing is great up to a point.

  3. Jeagan1999 Says:

    You gotta love the kid’s work habits and desire! Somehow I don’t think that Coach Schiano ever had to say the same thing to Josh Freeman when he was our QB! I think Glennon will be a top 10 QB in the NFL in a year or two! Think about it…we get our young stud RB’s back healthy next year (Martin and James to go along with Rainey), get our TE’s back healthy (and keep developing Wright)…we just need to shore up the O-line a bit and maybe pick up a little more speed at the wideout position….I can’t help but think that Sammy Watkins would look awesome in red and pewter catching passes alongside Jackson and Williams!

  4. That Guy Says:

    The savage intensity that is a 40.4 passing rating! Way to spin it, Joes!

  5. BucsfaninChina Says:

    Schiano plays a mean PR game to keep his job.

  6. Patrick Says:

    So Glennon proved he was mortal. And everyone wants to crucify him.

  7. Rob Says:

    “hopefully he will Figure out how to throw for more than 90 yards in a game… ITS JUST PATHETIC!”

    Yeah, hopefully he’ll figure out how to do that, because he’s never done that before.

  8. blackmagic00 Says:

    Rest might actually be what he needs. Come back sharp kid.

  9. Laughing Stock II Says:

    The kid has done some good. But it’s annoying when he does not through to open receivers special for TDs.

    On the first interception thrown towards Jackson Underwood was wide open for a TD down the middle of the field. At least we won.

  10. That Guy Says:


  11. PRBucFan Says:


    Bravo, your quite good at it and rather annoying to top it off.

  12. stevek Says:

    We won by 21 points, just a bunch of sore Freemanites trying to start something out of nothing.

    MG8 is our guy, and he and Schiano will be here next year.

  13. Phillip Says:

    I can’t stop laughing at all the Glennon lovers.. Its absolutely mind boggling why we settle for avg QB play and below avg Coaching.. Where were all the Schiano lovers when we were 0-8?? Go crawl back into your holes.. We are about to play some good teams and see how well Glennon is then.. Can’t wait to hear the excuses lol.. I haven’t heard ONE excuse from the Patriots all year btw

  14. Phillip Says:

    I can’t stop laughing at all the Glennon lovers.. Its absolutely mind boggling why we settle for avg QB play and below avg Coaching.. Where were all the Schiano lovers when we were 0-8?? Go crawl back into your holes.. We are about to play some good teams and see how well Glennon is then.. Can’t wait to hear the excuses lol.. I haven’t heard ONE excuse from the Patriots all year btw.. Don’t know if this will be a double post since the website is acting up

  15. stevek Says:


    Who is a better coach or QB, for the Bucs, at this point in time?

    Schiano had to clean house.

    Glennon is developing, and bottom line, we won 4 of our last 5 games.

    In your opinion, who is better suited for our HC and QB jobs, and avaialable?

    IMO, if Schiano and Glennon aren’t the guys, then neither is Dom.

  16. Couch Fan Says:

    I wonder how long Phillip and that guy had there lines typed up and were just waiting for Glennon to have a bad game to try to blast him. Lol

    Your ignorance is comical. Yes Glennon had a bad day. No, 1 game is not indictive of what type of player he is. Lol, but hey, don’t let me stop you from spewing your hateful stupidity. Have at it!

  17. Chris Says:

    There is such a thing as overworking yourself. Everyone needs a break once in a while.

  18. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    All the calls for drafting a QB……Look at what has happened to Washington…giving up 3 1st round picks….and having to bench RG3…..
    Have some patience with Glennon. There are no sure things with the draft. Look at the team we played yesterday…Now EJ Manuel may end up being fine….but they gave up a first round pick for him.

  19. BigMacAttack Says:

    What I find funny is that not a single one of us has any say so on Glennon or Schiano staying or going. We either have to grin and bare it or find another team. i already bought next year’s tickets so I’m stuck with whatever choice the Bucs make. And right now, I’m okay with it. I have to admit that Schiano is getting better. I would have been happy if they fired him but I do think JFro did everything he could to undermine the HC and his team, glad he’s history. The Bucs may very well win a couple more games, if not all 3.

    This Draft really isn’t stacked with talent so I don’t think it matters if they pick 5 or 15 other than trade value of the pick, which Dom will likely do. I’d rather win even when their is only pride on the line. Banks is getting better each week and the whole defense is starting to gel.

  20. mvermulm Says:

    Phillip, Tom Brady is a little different story than Glennon. The guy is a rookie, and will have rookie games. At least his bad rookie games haven’t been like EJ’s and Geno’s. Everyone needs to stop acting like he’s a 3rd or 4th year guy and let him learn.

  21. Max Says:

    He forced quite a few throws to VJAX like Freeman used to do with Kellen Winslow.

    He had some big drops by his receivers though, so he didn’t play atrocious…just below average.

  22. brian Says:

    I bet he will be pacing back and forth wondering what to do with his time

  23. PRBucFan Says:

    Well said BMA

    I just don’t think some of these Freemanites can let go of the bitterness that he’s history and now resides on the pine after years of convincing themselves that he was the franchise.

  24. Phillip Says:


    Dirk Koetter(Atlanta OC) Ken Whisenhunt(SD OC 1st choice) and Ryan Mallet sat behind Brady for two years now.. Runs same type of offense as Chargers do

  25. RealityCheck Says:

    I’m so baffled by Bucs “fans” that want to [Easy with George Carlin’s seven dirty words. — Joe] on Glennon. Dude is drafted in the 3rd round, steps into an absolute cluster[Easy with George Carlin’s seven dirty words. — Joe] as a rookie, and performs well. But people want to act like drafting a first rounder is a sure fire way to get this magical elite QB that we’ve never had in the history of the franchise.

    Did anyone notice the play of the other rookie QB on the field that day? You know, the guy that took 7 sacks, threw 4 interceptions, and had zero TD passes. He completed 18 of 33 passes though for 184 yards so hoooray for stats!

    You can quote stats all you want after a loss but after a win, the “W” is all that matters. I was at the game yesterday like always, and that second half was the most boring half of football I’ve ever watched. Run, run, run, punt and hold the lead was clearly the philosophy.

    Do you all ever stop complaining?

  26. Couch Fan Says:

    Agree with everything you said BMA. I rather see us win. And off topic. 1 guy i was really impressed with this weekend that could be a beast is the CB Dennard from Michigan State. We could use another CB and that guy looks to be a fricken beast.

  27. BucsFan68 Says:

    Phillip Says:

    I can’t stop laughing at all the Glennon lovers.. Its absolutely mind boggling why we settle for avg QB play and below avg Coaching.. Where were all the Schiano lovers when we were 0-8?? Go crawl back into your holes.. We are about to play some good teams and see how well Glennon is then.. Can’t wait to hear the excuses lol.. I haven’t heard ONE excuse from the Patriots all year btw.. Don’t know if this will be a double post since the website is acting up
    Agree with the assessment, Phillip.

    Jeagan1999 says

    You gotta love the kid’s work habits and desire! Somehow I don’t think that Coach Schiano ever had to say the same thing to Josh Freeman when he was our QB!
    Freeman organized workouts when the lockout was going on in 2011.
    Freeman had his issues but the detractors tend to have selective amnesia and act as if he played bad in every single game he played when he was here in Tampa. Josh has proven he can play in this league.

  28. 1neb Says:

    Mike Glenn is a rookie …A ROOKIE! Playing with nothing but a bunch of backups . yah yah yah … So is Tom Brady but how many people will argue that he is the best qb to ever play . how about Matt Ryan is he sorry or now no good ? My point is Mike Glenn is a rookie playing pretty good without anything but vjack . and he only runs randy moss routes . so give the kid a break . take underwood out and put mike will back there . take owusa out put Watkins there . take Rainey out and put dougie back healthy and then talk about him

  29. PRBucFan Says:

    Yes he sure is lighting it up in Minnie lol

  30. Buc1987 Says:

    He has NO weapons but VJax. So I expect him to want to target Jackson more often than usual. If it doesn’t work it doesn’t work or he has a bad day, it is to be expected. Again he has no weapons, yet SOME fools want to judge him like he does or that he should just simply carry this team to victory every Sunday despite his lack of weapons. Then I could say what I just said only for some fool to come along and say it’s just an excuse. Well fools that’s not reality right now. He has NO weapons. Leave the kid alone and support your effing team.

  31. d-money Says:

    I couldn’t agree with you more. We have no say in any of these things so why not cheer for the guys that are here and want them they succeed.

    Call me crazy but actively rooting against players on your own team doesn’t make any sense to me.

  32. Buc1987 Says:

    1neb…I swear to God I did not read your post before I typed mine above. LOL, but it’s true, we are both right on the money.

  33. SteveBucsFan Says:

    Who is better in the first or second round? Maybe Derek Carr but he will be gone and only plays subpar teams.

    If we take a qb it will be in the fourth or later (no third pick).

    So we are looking at later qbs. Like borttles or garoppolo. If they are there. I think this would be a good move. It will help push glennon (he wont break like freebow) or the new qb will win out. Win, win for the bucs.

    I dont see a qb next year that will be hands down better than glennon, except Carr.

  34. Buc1987 Says:

    And another thing..for the last 2 seasons when the other F word used to drop back to pass, I held my breath. I don’t do that with Mikey for some reason. I can’t explain why, because he’s a rookie.

  35. Adam L. Says:

    “The big thing that I want Mike to do right now is just take a little blow right now,” Schiano said.


  36. Pruritus Ani Says:

    As a manager, I d rather have someone with this kind of work ethic than a lot of the folks I get today who think things are owed to them. Not saying he will make him successful as I m not sold on him. .. However, the person that puts in the most time and effort usually gets the results. That is something that comes from within and can’t be taught.

  37. Greg Says:

    @ AdamL, I seem to recall there were more than a few people writing here on JBF that thought blow may have been one of Freeman’s problems! Poor choice of words on Schiano’s part, or another of his subliminal messages? Hmmm….

  38. WalkdaPlank Says:

    I’m not a hardcore Glennon Mobster like some of you folks, nor am I a Glennon hater. I like the kid, he had one bad game and still pulled out the “W” thanks to his team. I’d rather he slip and stumble in a win against the Bills, than slip and stumble in a blowout loss to the 49ers, Rams, or Saints. Hopefully, this is a learning experience. I hate to say it, but Glennon looked like a mirror image of Josh Freeman yesterday, minus the afro. Even his first interception looked like Freeman’s throwing motion, it was scary. He’s got good stuff though, only time will tell.

  39. Adam L. Says:


    LOL… Freeman couldn’t get to the team picture because of “snow.”

    ((these write themselves, people))

  40. ClassieFreddieBlassie Says:

    Hopefully the extra time off will calm him down a bit. Not too sure what’s happening, but that lame duck he threw on the VJax touchdown coupled with the bad fumble in Carolina tells me he’s thinking too much or gripping the ball too tightly. Loosen up Kid! As for the fans over-analyzing Glennon’s stats yesterday, we were lucky to be up big going into halftime so all Glennon had to do for two quarters is hand it to the RB. Not to mention the stellar play from the defense. QB’s will not put up big numbers in that situation. Still not sold on Glennon myself, but he’s earned the chance to call himself a starting NFL QB during the offseason. Say no to Manziel!!!

  41. chickster Says:

    wow u guy are taking this hook line and sinker right up the asssss

  42. chickster Says:

    beating is coming this weekend go niners

  43. BucFan 20 Says:

    With the pressure put on Glennon, That pressure Freeman would have been on the ground 25 times. He could not avoid pressure. That’s what Defenses figured out. Remember the “Deer In The Headlights look”? The TD passes would have been in the ground or in the stands. No way does Glennon compare to Freeman.
    The great Cam Newton was shut down last night. Bad day or Good defense?- 1 TD LOST
    Brees was shut down last week.Good Bad day or Good defense?- LOST
    Glennon How manny TDs this week? But pass attempts. Shut down. Bad day or Good defense?-Won Answer They all had a Bad day and played a Good defense. ANY Given Sunday.

  44. Lev Says:

    I don’t know what everyone’s deal is but Mike Glennon has been a great for a rookie PERIOD

  45. Phillip Says:

    Everyone needs to realize that Glennon hasn’t had just one bad game.. He has had multiple bad games and has multiple issues which are still the same coming out of college.. I’m not going to list them here you all can go look it up yourself.. There is a reason he was a 3rd round pick and the whole 2013 QB class was one of the worst in recent memory.. EJ wasn’t even graded out as a 1st rounder and Bills reached for him obviously because of the leaked convo with Dom

  46. PRBucFan Says:

    Never has Glennon looked like Freeman, NEVER.

    Glennon could not look as awful as him even if he tried.

    Freeman would have lost that game yesterday even with the defense playing like they did.

  47. PRBucFan Says:

    “Go niners”

    Go find another team

  48. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    Unless Glennon plays terrible the last 3 games, I think he has earned the right to be the starter next year. The only exception I would make is that if somehow a Teddy Bridgewater is still available when we pick (which won’t happen). There are certain players you just can’t pass up on, regardless of whether or not it’s a position of need (and I’m not saying Bridgewater is going to be great, I mean if there is a QB available that our scouts deem to be great).

    I agree with many that say we really don’t have much talent left on offense. Anytime you have Tiquan Underwood as your #2 receiver, you aren’t exactly the greatest offense the NFL has ever seen. If we aren’t effective running the ball, we are typically not going anywhere offensively. That being said, the one thing that drives me crazy about Glennon is his deep ball. He never, ever, ever, overthrows the ball. It’s always underthrown, and usually at a point where the defender can make a play on it. Case in point was his INT that he threw to Jackson yesterday. Throw that ball out of bounds if you have to, but don’t throw it where the defender can make a play on it. I would have thought he would have stopped doing that by now, but it doesn’t appear to get any better.

  49. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    “I don’t know what everyone’s deal is but Mike Glennon has been a great for a rookie PERIOD”


    No, he hasn’t. He’s been good. He’s been impressive. He’s been better than expected. He has not been great. Great is what Andrew Luck was last year. Great is what Russell Wilson was last year. I would even say RG3 was great last year. Great is not 4-6, without a 300 yard game. Great is not fumbling away the ball in the red zone. Great is not throwing 2 picks in the red zone. Great is not having 2 consecutive horrible games. Again, he’s been good, but let’s not make an idiot of ourselves and start throwing around the word “great”.

  50. PRBucFan Says:

    He’s been great compared to the expectations the NFL had for him.

    And great compared to the crap that was out there before him.

    And great for a rookie 3rd rounder placed in the hell he was placed in on this team.

    Screw luck rg3 or Wilson, IN THIS CIRCUMSTANCE, he’s been great.

    So he’s made mistakes at times, doesn’t take away from all that he’s done. Wasn’t but a couple weeks ago writers were writing how he should be ROY. He’s slowed down a bit as of late sure, but he’s been great with the hand he was dealt.

  51. Hawaiian Buc Says:


    First of all, that’s not what was said. And I said he has not been great. He is not as talented as Luck, RG3, or Russell Wilson. You can put him on any of those teams and they regress considerably (well, not so much for RG3,lol). That’s not a knock on him because I completely agree he’s overall performed very well. However, when you’ve had 6 good games and 4 bad games, I’m just not going to throw around the word great. Sorry, I’m a tougher grader than that. I’ve already said I would bring him back as the starter next year, so I’m not trashing the guy. However, you have to be realistic. If you could trade him straight up right now for about 15 different QB’s, you would do it in a heartbeat. That includes all 3 QB’s in our division. If you wouldn’t, then you’re a moron. I truly believe he could be a very effective QB in this league, but there’s an extremely small chance he will ever be elite, which is ok. You don’t have to be elite to win championships.

  52. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    And unless this is the first time you’ve ever watched football, then we’ve seen this before. We’ve seen QB’s come out and be really good for their first few games, then when teams get some film on them, they start to regress. I don’t give 2 sh!ts what writers were saying a few weeks ago if he continues to play like he did the last couple weeks. I want to see him bounce back and play well. I don’t know why you wouldn’t also. I know you like the guy and want him to be great (we all do), but he’s not bigger than the team. If he’s not good enough, then I don’t want him to be our QB. Let’s see what he does these last 3 games before you start booking your trip to Canton.

  53. Cmurda Says:

    Did I witness a fantastic George Carlin “7 dirty words” reference? Outfreakingstanding. Well done Joe(s). Mad love to the late great George Carlin.

  54. Bucfan#37 Says:

    Glennon and the offense will struggle against the 49er defense no doubt. The Bucs defense must play equal to the effort produced against the Bills to realistically compete with SF. On another note, why do the NFL owners have tax exempt status?

  55. PRBucFan Says:

    Great is not elite, don’t get it confused.

    When you’ve played well enough to make the media whose doing nothing but looking for more reasons to drag you and your “Yucs” through the proverbial hell that’s been this year praise you you’ve done a hell of a job.

    Again he’s done a phenomenal job with the hand he was dealt.

    To quell the pitchforked masses of TB is no easy task.

    Regardless of whether you care or not, you don’t get ROY considerations for just doing ok.

    These last two weeks he hasn’t done exceptional but overall he has.

    Again, that is considering his hand, his circumstance, including the patchwork of an offense he is under.

    I’m not saying he has become some elite player but he has done a great job in THIS circumstance.

    By the way to be in Canton requires much more than just great 😉

  56. Hawaiian Buc Says:


    So exceptional to you is never having a 300 yard game? Exceptional to you is 4-6. Exceptional to you is putting up virtually zero points in the third quarter? Exceptional to you is being “mentioned” in ROY talk in a historically weak rookie class (not to mention the fact that he’s no longer in those conversations)? That’s not exceptional, that’s not great, that’s not elite. The curve you are grading him on is hilarious.

    Would you take him over the 3 QB’s in our division? You know damn well you wouldn’t, so just stop it. You’re so much on his jock that you can’t even fathom him not being the answer. Perhaps you forgot how good Freeman looked at times as a rookie, with arguably less weapons. He had wins against Green Bay, as well as the eventual champs on the road. Don’t annoint Glennon as anything beyond promising. If you’ve been following this team long enough, you should know better. Again, I’m not slamming the guy, but you’ve become rather enamored with him – to the point you aren’t thinking rationally.

  57. That Guy Says:

    Hoo boy, keep setting that bar low and expect the long term mediocrity that follows. Some of you are 100% on board for The Schiano Way!

  58. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    I bet PRBucFan was a huge Chris Simms, Bruce Gradkowski, Trent Dilfer, and Luke McCown fan too.

  59. PRBucFan Says:

    Again you seem to want to insinuate I’m saying that he’s some kind of hall of famer lol.

    You don’t need to have all world number to do a great job.

    If you cannot understand the concept of one taking their individual circumstance and doing an exceptional job BASED ON THAT CIRCUMSTANCE than that’s on you. We’ll agree to disagree.

    Just like we agreed to disagree on the Schiano debate 😉 on which you swore up and down he had no player support.

    P.S. That was a nice funny you made in that last post, I’m still chuckling.

  60. PRBucFan Says:

    On his jock these days is acknowledging when someone has done a good job.

    That’s funny, truth is not one of us has seen enough of Glennon to be able to say anything but that he’s earned the right to continue his audition for our starting QB job into next season.

    I my friend unlike others am not tied to any one player on our team.

    If he does enough and the FO deems him our guy great if not and he ends up having to compete great.

    None of that changes however again in this circumstance he’s done exceptional.

    Again I know you will keep going on and on regardless of whether your right or wrong on something. So I’ve said all I have to say. Spin it as you may. ‘Twas a good chat 😉

  61. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    Why don’t you go back and read my original post. Let me know what you specifically disagree with. Are you convinced without a doubt he is the answer? That’s the bottom line. I’m not – not yet.

    As for Schiano, I’ve been pleasantly surprised that he didn’t lose the locker room. Make no mistake, I am thrilled about that, regardless of whether or not Schiano comes back. I hope he does come back, but he has to earn it. In my opinion, he hasn’t yet. If he can beat SF or NO, then that would be enough for me to want him back. Isn’t that fair? I mean, I’m not satisfied beating mediocre teams, so I assume you wouldn’t be either. I don’t grade our team on a curve by basing things off of circumstances. Every team has circumstances and obstacles. We aren’t the only team with injuries. We have the talent to beat anyone in this league (especially since we have a great QB due to circumstance), so why would it be unreasonable to expect us to, you know, actually beat someone?

  62. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    Look up the word “exceptional” in the dictionary and let me know how you can associate that word with Mike Glennon. You’re being completely stupid.

  63. That Guy Says:

    I don’t get this Schiano “didn’t lose the locker room” nonsense. So the players don’t toss him under the bus when talking to the media? Would you when you’re working for a weirdo control freak who videotapes you on the sidelines? Not me. I wouldn’t want to be the guy who pushes Private Pyle over his own small minded tipping point.

  64. Buc1987 Says:

    PrBucFan won the debate when he said “agree to disagree”…game, set, match. Fun read though.

    How have you been Hawaiian boy? Haven’t seen you in a bit, I hope all is well.

  65. Hawaiian Buc Says:


    I’ve been good. I was actually in Tampa for almost 3 weeks with only my phone as internet, so I haven’t been posting much. Got to see the Dolphins and Falcons game in person. The Bucs are 3-0 while we are in Florida, and 1-9 when I’m in Hawaii. I think I know what I need to do.

  66. Buc1987 Says:

    Hawaiian Buc…well don’t leave Hawaii for shi**y Tampa. Your just going to have to come to as many home games as possible next season.

  67. bigpoppabuc Says:

    I saw it in on his face on Sunday… Kid was forcing the issue like a rookie. Aiming instead of just throwing. Bad decision making. But it’s about as bad as he’s looked so far, or since the Arizona game in the second half.

    Glennon takes it seriously… He wants to be and believes he can be the best. If he bounces back this week and plays well it’ll be a testament to the one thing Freeman ALWAYS lacked…mental toughness.

  68. WalkdaPlank Says:

    Glennon didn’t look like Freeman? Under 50% completion percentage, under 100 yards, and 2 ugly picks (especially the first one, looked like Freeman in a number 8 jersey). And the word “inconsistent” comes to mind too, he was a rollercoaster, some well thrown balls, some not so well thrown just like Freeman. As for the TD’s, the one to Tim Wright was a well thrown ball, but the one to Jackson was a toss up that has more credit going to Jackson for making a good catch. Again, he’s played well overall, but there’s no denying he had an ugly game. To be fair, Schiano didn’t give him the ball in the second half, but he never does that anyway Freeman or Glennon.

  69. PRBucFan Says:

    Glennon made mistakes but he never looked lost or scared like old Joshy Woshy.

    Similar statistically maybe at time but in terms of overall composure hell no.

    You can erase 14 points from the scoreboard and any first down with the horrible mess Free Free puts out on the field.

  70. PRBucFan Says:

    Not to mention Glennon stat like should have read 4 touchdowns to 1 interception when you account for Underwood’s drop and VJ’s inability to get his feet in.

  71. WalkdaPlank Says:

    I’m not going to sit here and defend Freeman, he’s not a Buc anymore. But you seem to have a blind hatred for him.

  72. PRBucFan Says:

    Nope no hatred

    Just disdain and disgust

  73. WalkdaPlank Says:

    You think Freeman didn’t have to deal with drops, or any other QB in the NFL? C’mon man you are sounding like a Freemanite with excuses like that, except it’s Glennon. Those excuses didn’t work for Freeman, they won’t work for Glennon.

  74. PRBucFan Says:

    Oh hush lol

    That’s a good one.

  75. WalkdaPlank Says:

    Anyway, I got no hate for Glennon. He’s proven critics wrong, and makin’ a lot of something outta nothing. I’d still like to see a 300 yard game from the guy, provided Sully and Schiano let him take the shots. W’s are all that really matter, but I think we all would like to see a good rebound from Glennon.

  76. PRBucFan Says:

    Joe pointed that out in his article yesterday too he must be a Glennonite as well.

    Lol smh.

    Well, you guys humored me a good bit tonight but its time for me to turn it in.

    Y’all have a goodnight.

  77. Ryan Says:

    I agree with hawaiian buc. I think glennon deserves another shot next year but we should definitely look for a qb in the 3rd round to compete with him. He has had a couple good games but they were against really bad teams and anytime we have played an even average team he has looked pretty bad. The detroit game the bucs only had 10 1st downs, and needed 4 turnovers to win by only 3. If the bucs D doesn’t play lights out then we have no chance. Luckily they have been playing well lately (mainly due to a weak schedule). How is never having a 300 yard game or have 90 yards in a game acceptable to anyone.?? You have let losing corrupt ur mind, don’t accept mediocre play. This team should be competing for a playoff spot but instead we are praising a win at home against a bad bills team, with the qb throwing for 90 yards and 2 picks. FIRE SCHIANO!!! THIS IS NOT ACCEPTABLE! GO GET A REAL COACH! NOT A DUDE FROM RUTGERS!

  78. Architek Says:

    If you’re going to draft or upgrade the QB position you do it early and not late.

  79. Hawaiian Buc Says:


    Absolutely, 100% agree.

  80. BigMacAttack Says:

    I don’t think the Bucs will pick top 5 and only a couple QBs may be real 1’st round talents. Johnny Football is a wildcard but the kid can play and may be the next Drew Brees. We need a TE and OT but if I’m Dominick, I want to get back to the late teens and then draft Manziel. After all, the Bucs have wasted so many picks on the last 10 years, what’s one more. Take a shot on Johnny Football, the Kid is going to be good.

  81. Bangkok Buc Says:

    Remember hearing the exact same stories about Freeman. How’d that turn out?

  82. broy34 Says:

    orrr anyone that thinks glenon is a franchise qb is crazy..move up for bridgewater

  83. lurker Says:

    what about derek carr? he might make it to top of 2nd.

  84. PRBucFan Says:

    He’ll be here next year getting his deserved extended tryout.

    Competition or not.

  85. Chris S. Says:

    Got a story about Coach Schiano. My best friend who happens to be a big Bucs fan died this weekend. He leaves a wife and eleven year old kid. A family friend works for the Bucs and told the wife he was gonna do something nice for the boy. Today Coach Schiano called the wife and kid and spoke with them for a good amount of time and offered them a tour of the facility among other things for the child. Although we all don’t agree with some of the coaching decisions and demeanor of Coach Schiano, this reassures me that he has an amazing heart and I will forever have much respect for him for his kindness. Thanks coach!

  86. Paul Says:

    I’ think he’ll be good, He’s one of the most pressured QB in PFF’s stats and he’s a rookie that knows and studies the game.

    “Glennon is used to throwing under duress as he is the third-most pressured quarterback in the league, 45% of his dropbacks were under pressure.”

  87. Paul Says:

    If Peyton Manning had to play behind our offensive line, he’d get shredded too.

  88. mvermulm Says:

    BigMac, Brees has a much better arm than Manziel, and does not take the risks (both throwing and physical risks to his body) that Manziel does. I don’t see Manziel ever being a good QB because he cannot throw an out-route, and he’s too small to take the beating his style of play brings. People who want to compare him to Wilson are out of their minds. He’s the same height, yes, but he does not have Wilson’s arm strength, field IQ, he’s much smaller, and he plays recklessly. He reminds me of a young Mike Vick with better touch and intelligence, but just as much inaccuracy.
    The injuries to Murray and Mettenberger will no doubt push them down the boards, so the Bucs should draft one of them in the mid-rounds and let them develop and compete with Glennon (unless Bortles or Carr fall to the second round, which I don’t see happening with Mariotta and Hundley staying)

  89. BuccaneerBonzai Says:

    If the Bucs have a top 3 pick they must choose a QB, but that is now very unlikely.

    I still think a QB is a good idea, but am willing to settle for a later round pick.

    I think the Bucs can get a 2nd rounder for Rainey. We have plenty of good RBs on the roster for next year. If he manages a 1,000+ yard season we might even get more. He is our best trade bait right now.

    If in the first round a QB with very high potential falls to us, we should take him even if it means making him a backup. Nothing wrong with insurance.

  90. Buc'dUP Says:

    We need a good veteran backup for Glennon, not a rookie. Also,Manziel is not a person Schiano would want on this team, trust me!.

  91. gus Says:

    At this point I’m against drafting a qb. I would much rather bring in a vet to compete with Glennon. Makes no sense drafting two quarterbacks two years in a row.

  92. A Man Says:

    Taking a QB in the draft is the 1 position in the NFL that can equate to a winning lottery ticket. You see many of the Rookie QBs that played well (“for a rookie”) from last year take a step back this year – probably due to defensive coordinators having an offseason to analyze weaknesses. I think we still draft a QB in the first round – just don’t over draft – Glennon allows us to be smart not desperate.

  93. Ten-Point Stance: Mike Freeman’s NFL Notebook Heading into Week 15 | Football Betting Says:

    […] This story (from makes me think that Tampa Bay coach Greg Schiano has a chance to keep his job. His quarterback, Mike Glennon, is a noted workaholic. Schiano loves that about Glennon, but recently he told him to leave the team facility and go home. Leave. Relax. Go to a damn movie or something. […]

  94. Codeman Says:

    Seriously folks did you expect a better outlook than last year! It’s not just the lack of experience in the QB and coaching staff, Com on Man! Get real it starts with the front office, when you sign player after player from the injured reserve and expect them to stay healthy enough to actually play football for more than three or four games your fooling yourself. We all know 16 games is a lot to ask a player to stay healthy. So to think you can field a team with 75% of your roster with injured players from other teams, get over it. It will never happen. “Simply a miss guided philosophy”.

  95. Joseph Falzone Says:

    I say good for Glennon at least he is trying so stop all this B.S. unless maybe you think you can do better. Just remember he did make it into the N.F.L. and that’s hard enough and then he is thrown into the fire because of what happened to freeman . Yes it was to early to put him in but it is what it is. So give him a brake.I’ve been watching football a long time and I can’t remember the last time someone was kicked out for working and studying to long. And yes there are alot of Q.B.’s out there who are better then him but atleast the guy is trying.