Mike Glennon And The Jets

January 17th, 2015
Trade bait?

Trade bait?

If one is to believe the hyper talk radio heads in Gotham, Jets quarterback Geno Smith makes turnover-prone Josh McCown look like Drew Brees. Smith is more often than not bad, but not McCown bad.

So Jets fandom can’t wait to throw Smith into the Hudson River.

Problem is, the Jets won’t have a prayer to get Jameis Winston and the sky-is-falling Jets crowd is convinced Marcus Mariota won’t be available to them with the No. 6 pick.

Now with Capt. Lou Albano in Buffalo and the Jets under a new general manager and head coach, “The Pope,” sleeping Mike Francesa of WFAN-AM 660 in New York, believes he has the answer for the Jets at quarterback in 2015.

And that answer would be Bucs quarterback of the future Mike Glennon.

No, Bucs fans, this does not mean the Jets are going to trade up with Tampa Bay. If the Jets were going to do that, they wouldn’t need or want Glennon.

This would be smart on several levels. The Bucs would likely keep Josh McCown as a potentially perfect bridge for Winston. And Glennon can get out of the shadow of being chained to the bench here in Tampa, and legitimately compete for a starting gig.

65 Responses to “Mike Glennon And The Jets”

  1. MG Says:

    The cannon will win a superbowl in NY

  2. thunderchunkyPA Says:

    The Jest…oops Jets trade for #8, give us your 3rd rounder, and I am good. Bucs use that for a G or WR/kick returner and call it a day

  3. Mort Says:

    Nobody is giving up a first round pick for glennon. At all.

    And I like Mike Glennon.

  4. Barry Says:

    Thumbs up to MG8.

  5. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    The Jets won’t be the only team offering a trade for Glennon…..you can add the possibility of the Cardinals, Rams, Bills, Texans and perhaps even the Broncos.

    Those that say he’s only worth a late round pick are wrong….other teams value Glennon’s talent & potential much more than we do….and its all about supply and demand and this year….there is a lot of demand with little supply.

    Glennon has starting experience….is young….and two years left on an inexpensive contract. What other available QB provides that?

    We will get a 3rd….perhaps even a 2nd rd pick or we should keep him.

  6. StPeteBucsFan Says:

    Clearly Glennon has value. McCown was brought here for his veteran leadership, and his ability to protect the ball and make smart decisions.

    He was excellent in the first role. He totally CHOKED in the second.
    I like McCown as a person and all around great guy with cojones of steel. The guy left body parts out on the field for us this season. He took a merciless beating and never once complained or threw his OL under the bus.

    But he CHOKED repeatedly and often and as much as I hate the C word for an athlete there is no other way to describe it.!

    Glennon is better than McCown!!! We can have our cake and eat it too. McCown is a multimillionaire with his head on straight. Greed will not be a factor. Make McCown the QB coach under Koetter. He can be an inactive player coach with a dramatically reduced salary. He would still practice enough to give us the value of depth. Bye bye Kafka.

    We start Glennon next year, Koetter can squeeze out enough offense for ten wins in this crappiest of divisions with the weak schedule thanks to our suckitude this year. At the end of the year we have the wonderful San Diego problem. TWO NFL starting QB’s. MG8 and our Heisman. THEN MG8 would have some freaking serious value.

    The ONLY way I trade MG8 is if somebody will drop from the middle of the first, high enough for one of the three franchise LT’s (LT’s are hard to find right behind QB’s and DL’s) available in this draft for MG8 and our 34th pick in the 2nd. That’s only a drop of about 15 spots. Glennon is worth 15 spots in the draft not including the top ten. If he’s not, he’s worth more to us!!!

  7. Warrenfb12 Says:

    2nd rounder.

    This kid is going to come back to bite us. He should be allowed to compete for our starting qb job.

  8. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    @ St. Pete

    The Cardiinals have the 24th pick…it is possible they would take our 34th and Glennon…..but I see us getting a 3rd and using it to move up into the first round or simply sitting at 34….taking the BPA and then using the extra pick for a player….

  9. Harry Says:

    I would be THRILLED to get as high as a 3rd rd pick for MG8. Sorry, but IMO, no way do we get higher than that. McCown, or someone like him for less money, teaches/mentors the rookie FRANCHISE QB how to be a pro. Then we get another mid rd pick for the Oline.

    Yeah, that is perfect!

  10. biff barker Says:

    “This would be smart on several levels. The Bucs would likely keep Josh McCown as a potentially perfect bridge for Winston.”
    So dog McCown all season long and now he’s a perfect bridge?
    Winston homerism!

  11. ddneast Says:

    LOL. I always thought you were delusional StPeteBucsFan, now, with your little fantasyland scenario, you have confirmed my beliefs.
    I like Glennon and hope nothing but the best for him, but just imagining things in your mind doesn’t make it so.

  12. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    The option of recieving an extra pick for Glennon then using it to move up is more viable than a trade/move-up scenario….because that opens it up to more teams……IE……the Patriots, Seahawks, Packers, Colts don’t need a QB….but they may want another pick…..

  13. StPeteBucsFan Says:


    That’s certainly a valid strategy. Whatever we do, I agree with you that Glennon has far more value than most Bucs fans see. Other teams do not have our prejudices. Even those who like him call him the Giraffe. LOL

    Poor Glennon has the misfortune of arriving at a horrible time with an unpopular Coach/GM combo. He still suffers from THEIR baggage.

    We spent a 3 on him and he’s PROVEN he’s worth a 3. 3rd round picks at QB are crapshoots with folks hoping to at least get lucky with a servicable backup.
    With Glennon who is clearly at minimum a servicable backup that luck is now eliminated.

    There are some in the league who believe Glennon has even more upside. I believe we truly do not know. The kid has been in MRSA…Tedford heart ailments and one of the worst OL’s in the league. IMHO we really do not know how good Glennon can become.

    I like your idea about how to use his value in rebuilding. My only problem with the strategy is we’re condemned to playing McCown!!! Unless we plan on throwing the Heisman into the fray from day one. If we are planning that then forget a DL high in the draft, we MUST have a stud LT to protect our shiny new investment if we plan on playing him.

  14. Brandon Says:

    Yes, he can make ANY throw. He can checkdown to the left AND he he can checkdown to the right.

    In no other world other than Bizarro World, where Mark Dominik is the GM for all 32 teams, is Mike Glennon worth anything more than a 3rd round pick.

  15. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    I find it interesting that Geno Smith was selected in the second round above Glennon….as was EJ Manuel……Glennon is a better QB than both of them yet fans say he’s only worth a late round pick…..
    I think Glennon has his shortcomings….but look what has happened to our 1st round pick pro bowl Doug Martin behind that same line….

  16. OB Says:

    If the Bucs do anything but start Glennon while training the new guy, we are doomed next year and all the years after. They can keep McCown for his leadership and training the new guy but he must sit on the bench unless Glennon is injured. If McCown’s ego is such that he can’t handle this, cut him and get a different back up.

    If Koetter and company don’t do this, nothing will make sense but it will be an indication of what is to come.

  17. Architek Says:

    This should not be made complicated – trade Glennon for a 3rd or 4th round pick and the deal is done.

    I am not a Glennon believer but he’s better and better prepared to play than any 3rd or 4th round Qb in the draft.

    Problem is he has a limited upside and a ceiling. He needs a team to carry him and not he lead a team to wins.

  18. bucrightoff Says:

    You know I’m actually cool with McCown as a bridge. It means another 4-12 season, Lovie getting fired and another top 5 pick. So then we have our QB, get a top notch OLineman next year, and a new offensive minded head coach to maximize the drafted QB. We can only hope it works out like that.

  19. bucrightoff Says:

    Architek Says:
    January 17th, 2015 at 10:17 am
    Problem is he has a limited upside and a ceiling. He needs a team to carry him and not he lead a team to wins.

    You realize that’s every QB in the league not named Aaron Rodgers and Andrew Luck right? Is that what people are seriously expecting if they draft Mariota or Winston? That they can build a mediocre team and that the QB will take them to the elite? Again, Aaron Rodgers, Andrew Luck. That is the list of guys who can do it. Every other QB in this league needs a good team around him, shocking I know.

  20. Brian Dorry Says:

    “He can make any throw”

    In what world is this true!? He can make any throw intentionally out of bounds on 3rd and long in a crucial situation…that’s about it. Having the arm strength to potentially “make any throw” doesn’t make you starting NFL material.

  21. Eric Says:

    Geno Smith and Marcus Mariota are the same player.

    Both ran spread offenses out of the shotgun. Both had astounding stats. Geno is struggling mightily to learn the pro game.

    Now they are in a position of trading for a guy like Glennon.

    Let’s avoid this same mistake here.

  22. DB55 Says:

    If JBF was around back in the day fans would be like. Steve young/doug Williams/Vinny T suck, I’d take a 6th rnd pick for him. There’s no way he’s worth anymore than a 3rd.

    I’ve never seen a team turn on a good young rookie qb like you guys have w glennon as if all he does is throw Ints. You actually prefer to start the int machine and then you bitch about being the laughingstock of the league.

    I don’t get you folks. Glennon is a 3rd pick who has played better than any 1st rnd qb in the last 2-3 years.

  23. ToesOnTheLine! Says:

    It really must rankle the Glennon haters on this site to read articles where people actually think Glennon can be a quality starting NFL QB. The “Melman isn’t worth a 7th rounder” crowd will probably either dissapear or change screen names if Glennon lands on a good team and goes to the playoffs while the Buc’s Heisman winning QB tosses 10 TD’s and 20 INT’s. But hey if he’s drafted #1 he must be a franchise QB, right?

  24. Pickgrin Says:

    “.. he can make any throw…”

    Not really. Glennon has some good attributes but accuracy on medium and especially long range passes is not one of them. I can’t seem to get the picture out of my head of Mike Evans breaking free and getting 2-3 steps behind the defender on a deep route – only to have to stop and come back 10 years to try and make a play on a badly underthrown Mike Glennon pass. It happened a # of times this year and you could see ME13 getting more and more pissed with each game during his 5 game starting stint this year that Glennon was incapable of putting a long ball over the top with any accuracy…

    I never saw much validity to the “Cannon” nickname. Glennon’s arm strength is definitely suspect – and his accuracy on passes beyond the 15-20 yard range is not very good at all. That shortcoming along with Glennon’s obvious inability to make any type of play with his feet is what keeps him from being a legit NFL starter IMO.

    That said – MG8 is fairly accurate in the 0-15 yard range and his TD to INT ratio suggests that he usually makes good decisions and is fairly good at protecting the ball. So he does have some value as a solid back up and belongs in this league which cannot be said for a # of QBs that come out and in some cases get drafted higher than Glennon did.

    Just my opinion so don’t hate for calling it like I see it MGM.

  25. DB55 Says:

    Exactly. It amazes me to no end. FOOLS I tell you the whole lot of them.

  26. DB55 Says:

    STFU HE’S a fKCN ROOKIE GOTDAMNIT. The 12 year vet who started the season can’t throw short long medium. That MF sucks the biggest balls on planet earth. You guys are going to raise my BP today.

  27. Eric Says:

    I just hope other teams interest in MG doesn’t fool the Bucs brass into not taking a QB, like it did last year.

    Learn from your mistakes L&l.

    I assume Lovie yanking him for MCCown is the definitive statement on what his opinion was of MG.

    Sure hope that is the case.

  28. poorglennon Says:

    Mariota vs Winston….doesn’t matter. The real question is? Will they go back to old unys?

  29. Mr. Patrick Says:

    Mike Glennon will be the starting QB for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2015. Book It

  30. tickrdr Says:

    How to get a franchise QB
    LT Costanzo 1st round in 2011
    LG Mewhart 2nd round in 2014
    C Harrison UDFA in 2014
    RG Thornton 3rd round in 2013
    RT Cherilus 1st round in 2008
    The shortest is 6’3″.
    The lightest is 308 lbs.
    Draft Andrew Luck with the 1st pick overall.

    It is probably true that Andrew Luck can carry his team, but it seems to me he does have a pretty good supporting cast. Note too that all have less than six years of “wear” on them. Just when have the Bucs had so much draft talent invested in their offensive line?


  31. StPeteBucsFan Says:

    @Pickgrin Brandon and others.

    We all have our opinions. Let’s compare them against what the experts in the NFL thought of Glennon’s strength’s and weaknesses when he came out. Can we agree he hasn’t gotten weaker since then? Anyway here is what the league thought of Glennon and I suspect some feel even better seeing him not panic in a horrid situation.

    STRENGTHS Progress as a passer began to show in the final three games of the year, connecting on 65 percent of his throws for 274 yards a game, 11 touchdowns and just two picks in wins over Clemson, Maryland and Louisville in the Belk Bowl. Uses his height to see receivers running open in the short and medium ranges, making accurate throws to lead them into open areas after the catch. His long legs don’t prevent him from running a pro-style attack, as he seems able to work from under center and run bootlegs. Arm strength is certainly sufficient to distribute the ball all over the field, and he can place it between defenders over the middle when his target sits down in zones.
    WEAKNESSES His average foot quickness will cause him issues trying to avoid defenders in a collapsing pocket. Tends to retreat instead of stepping up to deliver in the face of pressure — though his arm gives him a chance to get the ball out of bounds or find an open target while still backpedalling. And while he has the arm and tight spiral to threaten defenses with the deep ball, his inconsistent accuracy and reading of coverages keep him from being efficient in the vertical game.


    And before the thoughtless posters who can do nothing but hurl ad hom come on here to rip me for that opinion. It’s not MINE. I’m simply sharing what the NFL thinks of Glennon’s strengths and weaknesses.

  32. Pickgrin Says:

    “His average foot quickness…”

    that’s an extremely generous description of Glennon’s complete lack of mobility.

    I don’t see a whole lot of validity in going back to his College scouting report to describe Glennon’s talents at this point. He’s now a 3rd year pro with 18 starts under his belt.

  33. bucrightoff Says:

    The Colts are one of the worst running teams in the league, their offensive line is considered below average, their defense not great. Their offensive weapons are decent but not great by any stretch.

    Luck is carrying that team. Without Luck they are 4-12. Likewise without Rodgers the Packers are the Jets. Those guys are able to take mediocre teams to the top (Manning used to be able to do it as well). Every other QB needs a good to great team around them to be successful. NFL is a team game no matter how much the narrative is trying to change it to an NBA style star system.

  34. Luther Says:

    If we get more than a 6th rounder for Glennon, we should be put in handcuffs. Facts are that he is better than any rookie 3rd rounder but that’s not how trades work. Get what you can for him and use it for ammunition to move back into to the 1st round to get another impact player. I’m sure that is what the Bucs brain-trust is thinking at this moment.

  35. CalBucsFan Says:

    I say draft Winston and begin the season with Glennon as the starter while Winston pushes to be first, competition is a good thing. Besides, the lease can be short since they can both ball in the same type of system. Then, make McCown retire and let him become the QB coach for both.

    Who knows, maybe the Bucs could actually end up with TWO franchise QBs for a change rather than none and then ransom one off for a King’s ransom type of pirate booty in 2 to 3 years!

  36. Eric Says:

    I got an idea.

    Get a great QB AND build a great team around him.

  37. Rob Says:

    McCown is only a great bridge for a rookie, Mariota say, if he’s mentoring from the bench, if not the team will be 0 and Whatever before they get across that bridge.

  38. Maze Says:

    Maybe Bucs get lucky enough to fetch a 5th for Glennon. Maybe

  39. BuccaneerBonzai Says:

    Joe never said anything about them trading a first rounder for him. But we might be able to milk a 2nd, or more likely a 3rd or 4th.

    Anf that would bring us to 12 picks this year. Lots of trading material.

  40. Hawk Says:

    @ Pickgrin

    Per Advanced Football Analytics, Mike Glennon has the HIGHEST percentage of completed passes OVER 15yds, of ALL QBs. The next best QB is almost three percentage points behind. People need to do just a small amount of research before repeating something just because they like how it sounds.
    BTW, if you factor in the lack of a running game, bad pocket protection, and ‘dropped’ balls, this stat might be a lot higher.
    It’s OK if you don’t like him, just don’t make up stuff that isn’t true. ALL QBs miss deep throws, the facts show that Glennon just doesn’t miss as many as the rest.
    Glennon certainly isn’t good at everything. Find something at which he truly sucks, and hate on that. I certainly won’t argue if it’s true.

  41. Senor Mofo Says:

    @Pickgrin said:

    Glennon’s arm strength is definitely suspect – and his accuracy on passes beyond the 15-20 yard range is not very good at all.



    In Glennon’s rookie season, he ranked 9th overall in the NFL in completion percentage for balls thrown 20 or more yards down field. He ranked first overall in TD-to-int ratio for passes thrown 20 or more yards.

  42. BoJim Says:

    I agree with StPeteBucsFan. Get a QB but let Glennon start. Put Mcown on the bench or make him QB coach or something but please don’t start McCown again!!

  43. Senor Mofo Says:

    Glennon has much better throwing mechanics than Jameis Winston, and is much more careful with the football.

    However, it is clear that Glennon is not our guy.

    That means that we will draft Marcus Mariota. All of you fools who think we will draft Winston are delusional.

  44. Aubpierce Says:

    The Bucs have to replace ten starters to have a winning record. How are they going to do that without trading the first pick. Please don’t say free agency,what a joke that was last year.

  45. ddneast Says:

    Keep in mind that I like Glennon and think he may one day work his way into being a starter on a team that can surround him with talent. But if he can make every throw, why didn’t he connect with Mile Evans on those two long balls against the Browns when he actually had time to throw the ball.

  46. Connor Says:

    It’s funny how all you geniuses just expected Glennon to play like a pro bowler in his first two seasons with no supporting cast around him. Not fair to judge him with this dysfunctional team around him.

  47. lion Says:

    The fact is Jameis Winston is the one QB in recent history that doesn’t need a bridge. He has all the tools, mental capacity, and leadership to come in a be a day 1 starter. That being said, Josh McCown would be the perfect backup/mentor/coach for Jameis Winston for sure.

  48. lion Says:

    I still believe that Glennon can be a playoffs caliber starting QB in the NFL; however, I still think being in the position we are we must grab a QB with the top pick. Glennon can be a solid starter in the NFL, but Jameis Winston has the potential to be an elite, top tier QB in the NFL.

  49. lurker Says:

    “Glennon is a 3rd pick who has played better than any 1st rnd qb in the last 2-3 years.”

    wow! the bullspit is flowing today!

    glennon sucks. just because a jet’s fan wants glennon doesn’t make him good. grass ain’t always greener.

  50. StPeteBucsFan Says:

    The Colts defense was ranked 11th for 2014 and they are playing their best ball right now. They have peaked at the right time, but they were never below average which would have been 16th or lower.

  51. StPeteBucsFan Says:


    Could you ever make a point with some facts or statistics. You’ll forgive us I hope if we do not simply judge him a blog post that says he sucks with no stats or comparison.

    I think he’s pretty ugly. But he still gets hot chicks. Because I think he’s ugly doesn’t make it so.

  52. lurker Says:

    so glennon is good because a jet’s fan wants him?

    where are the facts posted anywhere in this thread?

    and stats are weak and too easily manipulated.

  53. lurker Says:

    people say glennon’s value is a 2, a 3 , even a 1. those aren’t facts. so please…

  54. AK Says:

    It feels like people who DON’T like Glennon almost prefer he get released/traded for a low round pick so they can puff their chests out, more likely he fetches a 4th so if the Jets offer that, that is a good deal esp. since it’s a high 4th (too bad they ended up with ours last yr but anyway). I’ve always maintained MG isn’t anything special but he’s better than many of his detractors say. As for Mike Francesa….did he fall asleep again? I need to prank call him again.

  55. bee Says:


    Um, what makes you think they need to replace 10 starters in one offseason? Make no mistake about it, it will take at least 2 years minimum for this team to get quality starters and quality depth…..

  56. FuNkYxMuNkEy Says:

    If we could get atleast a 3rd rounder for Glennon then I would do it. I would not take anything less or it wouldn’t be worth it. An extra 3rd would either give us a chance at a really good player. Or would be great trade bait to either get back into the end of the 1st round or get an extra 2nd rounder. And its a top ten pick in the 3rd so it would have good value. Get it done L&L…

  57. Connor Says:

    Release McCown and let Glennon start until the rookie QB we draft is ready.

    He’s at least as good as McCown and $4 million cheaper.

  58. Pickgrin Says:

    Hawk Says:
    January 17th, 2015 at 12:49 pm
    @ Pickgrin

    Per Advanced Football Analytics, Mike Glennon has the HIGHEST percentage of completed passes OVER 15yds, of ALL QBs. The next best QB is almost three percentage points behind. People need to do just a small amount of research before repeating something just because they like how it sounds.

    Admittedly I was going by my memories of numerous long passes off target and didn’t try to look anything up.
    That said – your attempt at “researching” is a big fat FAIL.

    That statistic off AFA you are quoting for “Deep%” is for % of ATTEMPTS beyond 15 yards – NOT completions.

    Surprisingly – in his 5 1/2 games played in 2014 – Glennon had the highest % of attempts beyond 15 yards of any QB at 33%. Last year it was 20.7% of the time that he threw beyond 15 yards. Again – that is for ATTEMPTS – NOT COMPLETIONS. It doesn’t say what the completion % is on those attempts – but I bet you the completion % is lowish compared to other QBs.

    In looking at at all the #s given on that site though – the bottom line is that Glennon is not a good QB – statistically at least. He was the 32nd best QB overall this year and was the 33rd best QB last year. So there ya go. Nice try. Thanks for playing….

  59. Mr. T Says:

    I think Koetters opinion will have a large part in determining whether MG8 stays with the team or not. If he thinks he can develop Glennon quickly to be the starter or a very good backup for us, if we draft a QB, then he stays here. It will be interesting to hear what Koetter has to say about Glennon in a couple of months after he has a chance to watch tape and talk to him. That will give us a better clue as to his future here.

  60. Hawk Says:

    @ Pickgrin

    You are right. My bad. Sometimes, reading comprehension gets fuzzy when sleep deprivation gets a foothold. And since we still do not know what his ‘completion’ percentage is (passes over 15yds), I certainly will no longer argue for/against. Our opinions of Glennon are different. I allow my rose-colored glasses to paint an optimistic future, while your black spray-painted safety glasses see doom.
    Sports, politics, and religion. Sometimes being on the same ‘side’ is just as dangerous as being foes.

  61. Pickgrin Says:

    LOL Hawk. “your black spray-painted safety glasses see doom.” Not really. i’m not anti Glennon. But I see him for what he is unlike so many of these MGMers on here living in fantasy land regarding this young man.

    Is he the best QB on our roster currently – yes – but obviously that isn’t saying much. I’ve watched Glennon closely in the the 18 games he has started. And while I acknowledge the defense by the MGM that it was his 1st 2 years – without the benefit of 1st team reps in training camp both years and with one of the worst OLines in the league – I just don’t believe he has a high ceiling. He has some good attributes like I said earlier. But I seriously doubt he will ever be much more than a capable back up (which he is right now) or perhaps a lower tier starter if he can continue to improve. And there’s nothing wrong with that. He was a 3rd round pick instead of a 1st rounder – for a reason. He has some holes in his game – and some of his issues (mobility in particular) can never improve. If he can have a job in the NFL as a backup QB for a # of years which I think is likely because he is very smart and a hard worker – then he will have done quite well for himself.

    Assuming we draft a QB – Unless we pick up a better veteran QB to serve as the bridge, I think riding with Glennon until the rookie is ready is the way to go considering Glennon is a very inexpensive Quarterback for 2 more years.

  62. Hawk Says:

    And it is ‘possible’ that Glennon isn’t ” the best QB on our roster currently”. We have seen almost nothing of Kafka.
    Normally, I’d say that we have to trust the judgement of the coaches, as to the value of players, but with some of the decisions coming out of One Buc Place…

  63. Fort Myers Dave Says:

    If the Bucs had won a couple of those “winnable” games early in the season: say the Rams and then the Vikes it is likely they would not have tanked the second half of the Saints game at RJS and would have finished 5-11 and us Buc fans would be having the same argument that the Jet fans are currently having as the Bucs would be picking 7th instead of 1st and would be gripping as its likely neither qb would drop to them so I guess we ought to thank the masterful offensive gameplan of ex OC Arroyo, the special teams blocking schemes of Coach Kevin O’Dea, and the clock management skills of Lovie Smith that turned this franchise’s bad 4 or 5 win season into a horrific worst in the NFL. At least the Bucs will be able to get their man, the Jets are in no man’s land and would need to package up quite a few picks to move up in this upcoming draft. Glennon to the Jets? You know what; if they offer a second day draft pick you have to take it and might even have to consider the Jets early 4th rounder as well depending on what the Bucs will drafted by the 3rd day of the draft…..

  64. Pickgrin Says:

    Glennon would be way better off if he gets to go to a good team as the designated back up. He will likely get a chance at some point to play due to injury and then he will look pretty good with a good surrounding cast. Just ask Trent Dilfer and Brad Johnson what landing in the right place at the right time can do to boost a mediocre QBs play…

  65. lurker Says:

    brad johnson was not a mediocre qb! glennon will never be close to brad johnson. smh