The Buccaneers fell to 2-11 last Sunday and that record is too poor to contend for a playoff spot even in the NFC South, which leaves them with little to do over the final three weeks of the season other than start making plans for 2015. One way they could do that is by reinstalling Glennon into the lineup as the starting quarterback. Reported by Profootballtalk.com
Glennon started five games earlier this season, but HC Lovie Smith went back to Josh McCown in early November and the results haven’t improved. Taking a look at Glennon would help inform the team’s offseason decisions at quarterback and Smith won’t rule a move back to Glennon in or out at this point in time. "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. ..." Stay tuned. It sounds like a change is possible.