The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are up 23-0 at the end of the first half, and that’s largely due to Chicago Bears turnovers. Tarik Cohen fumbled a punt return and Mike Glennon threw two interceptions and lost a fumble on a sack to keep the Bears completely scoreless.
This was the ugliest of his plays, though. A terrible decision and an even worse throw, too far inside and with not enough zip make this an easy pick six for Robert McClain, who the Bucs picked up on the cheap in free agency.
Glennon used to make this mistake all the time when he was with the Bucs, though he rarely got punished for it. You just can’t make this throw.
The throw may be awful, but the Bucs defense is doing exactly what it did last year: force turnovers at a ridiculous rate. And it’s a beautiful thing to watch.