Last Sunday's game against the Eagles may have ended with yet another loss, but putting on the game film shows some encouraging signs of Mike Glennon's development - and some flashes of the potential to be a long-term starter in the right system.
Over the season, Glennon has regressed in almost every aspect of play. In Week 16, the combination of the same issues he's shown all year together with his most hesitant, indecisive performance cast real doubt over his status as a starting NFL QB.
With the team's three-game win streak, and Glennon's eight-game touchdown streak, brought to an abrupt end this past Sunday against the Panthers, we look at the game film to see how Glennon fared in his first game without throwing a touchdown pass.
Despite leading the team to their third straight win, many of the same issues remain with Mike Glennon - yet, he also flashed more promise in that game than he had before. He's unquestionably improving, but is it enough to declare him The Answer?
The Bucs may have gotten their first win of 2013 on Monday Night Football, but they did so in spite of, not because of, Mike Glennon. We show how Glennon's decision making on MNF make it hard to see him remaining the starter beyond this season.
The final part of the Week 9 pass-pro review looks at some positive plays from Sunday, culminating in possibly the best single-play performance from a Bucaneers offensive lineman this season.
In [art pme of the Week 9 pass protection review, we look at some evidence that the apparent improved play on the offensive line is a product of increased chemistry and communication by the OL - and explain why it still needs to improve further.