Glennon Downplays Payback Element

September 14th, 2017

“Show them, my son.”

Yes, there really is a Mike Glennon Mob.

That wasn’t a figment of Joe’s vivid imagination. Heck, in 2015, a prominent Bucs beat writer was adamant that America’s Quarterback, Jameis Winston, should have been forced to win the starting job from Glennon in a true competition.

So for those Glennon lovers, here’s a video from CSN Chicago, a quick compilation of Glennon’s recent takes to the Chicago media on facing the Bucs.

14 Responses to “Glennon Downplays Payback Element”

  1. feelthepewterpower Says:

    fired that cannon a while ago

  2. 813bucboi Says:

    CANT WAIT!!!….GO BUCS!!!

  3. BurgDweller Says:

    Glennon shouldn’t have any bad blood towards the Bucs. They probably would have made him the highest paid backup QB in the league. He got a sweet deal and is fleecing Chicago. Anybody would have jumped at that opportunity.

  4. D-Rome Says:

    I hope the Bucs are ready for the Bears. This is the kind of game that they *should* win in the same way that they should have beaten the Rams last year.

  5. orlbucfan Says:

    MGlennon is a lot better backup than the ‘new’ one-Fitzpatrick. Hope Famous stays healthy this season. Go Bucs!!

  6. Not there yet Says:

    Kind of hard to feel like you want revenge against a team that was willing to overpay to keep you. Not the bucs fault you weren’t good enough to be a starter

  7. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    I watched that game today. He actually played okay. His one long pass was perfectly thrown, but against good defense.

    He should have won that game but for the two dropped passes at the end. Like I said elsewhere, the Bears are the Bucs 2-3 years ago.

  8. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    The issue with Glennon is consistency. He looked good that game, but could look bad the next three games.

  9. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    BurgDweller Says
    “He got a sweet deal and is fleecing Chicago.”

    I actually don’t think he is fleecing them. Glennon is good IF he has a great offensive line. They have a good one that could become great. Get him some WRs that can catch the ball and he might actually take the Bears to the playoffs.

  10. Zwak Says:

    If we can’t beat the bears we have many issues?

  11. SteelStudBuc Says:

    Bucs will come out amped up. Game 1 finally

  12. Rod Munch Says:

    I like how Joe said Glennon was nothing last week – all he did was throw 2 game winning passes that were clean drops against the defending NFC champion. I’m no Glennon fan – I liked having him as a backup but that was it – but Joe’s hatred for Glennon is only matched by his hatred for Martin. I don’t know where it comes from personally, outside of this week, I hope Glennon does OK. I feel bad for the guy because he’s never had much of a shot to do anything – even now in Chicago all his WRs are hurt from a squad that had awful WRs to start with – the kid can’t catch a break. With that said Glennon reminds me of that type of player that will hang around forever, he’s got a better arm than he gets credit for and just the fact he’s big and tall and doesn’t make a ton of bad plays means he’ll have a long NFL career as a backup and an occasional starter. Wouldn’t surprise me in the least if he plays into his late 30s.

  13. First Down Tampa Bay Says:

    He should feel not hatred for the Bucs. He had ample opportunities to prove himself as our franchise QB. He simply could not do it but we were still willing to overpay him to stay. He punked Chicago so more power to him, but he has no reason to feel any hatred or spite towards us.

  14. Mike Johnson Says:

    I like Glennon. He did his time here and is getting his shot. I just think the Bucs got his number. look for a few interceptions by our defense..or Not? I hope so.
    Lord knows, Caoch Koetter knows all of his tendencies.