Although they have been eliminated from playoff contention, the Buccaneers may give QB Mike Glennon a new look at QB.
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Another change at QB could be in the works over in Tampa Bay as Buccaneers head coach Lovie Smith indicated the team could be switching over from Josh McCown and installing Mike Glennon.
Mike Glennon started five games for the Buccaneers after the team’s 56-14 loss to the Atlanta Falcons and went 1-4 as a starter. Lovie Smith went back to Josh McCown in early November but has only a 1-7 record on the season. With McCown clearly not the answer, the Buccaneers may take a new look at Glennon.
“We want to put the best product on the field, guys in the right spots, the ones that gives us the best opportunity to win,” Smith said, via the Tampa Bay Times. “That’s where we’re at. Playing a player at a position that won’t hurt our football team [or] win a football game, we’ll always look at that. I hadn’t made it that far, to even decide.”
In 2013 Glennon started 13 games for the Buccaneers under former head coach Greg Schiano. Glennon went 4-9 but had 19 TDs and only 9 INTs along with 2,608 passing yards.