Mike Glennon announced on his radio show that he is being benched for Josh McCown. (Source: WDAE 620 AM on Twitter)
Fantasy Impact: This is not a surprising move as Glennon hasn't been playing great. For fantasy it's unfortunate as McCown will likely devalue Vincent Jackson and the emerging Mike Evans. Hopefully McCown was able to connect with his skill players while he was healing up.
Mike Glennon threw for 260 yards and 2 touchdowns while throwing 2 interceptions against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday.
Fantasy Impact: Glennon has the ability and receivers necessary to push the ball downfield, but we've yet to see anything close to consistent play from him in 2014. This offense is too hit and miss to rely on Glennon as anything more than an emergency start in two-quarterback leagues.
Mike Glennon passed for 171 yards and a touchdown in the Bucs week 8 loss to the Vikings.
Fantasy Impact: Nothing special to report here. Glennon had an interception on a badly thrown ball and couldn't put enough points on the board for the Bucs to win. We wouldn't be surprised if McCown gets another shot at the helm soon.
Mike Glennon threw for 314 yards, 2 TDs, and 1 interception in Sunday's game against the Ravens. The Bucs were absolutely thrashed by Baltimore and didn't even score until the Ravens had put up 38 points.
Fantasy Impact: Glennon saved his fantasy day with 2 touchdowns. The entire Tampa team laid an egg, similar to the game against the Falcons a few weeks ago. The Bucs head into their bye this week and it's unknown if Glennon will hold onto his starting QB spot when McCown is healthy.
Mike Glennon almost led the Buccaneers to a win over the New Orleans Saints on Sunday. Glennon went 19-of-32 for 249 yards and two touchdowns. He did throw an interception and was sacked for safety in the end zone.
Fantasy Impact: Glennon moved the offense in a way McCown failed to do in his first few starts. Glennon is worth an add in 12+ team leagues, especially now in the midst of bye weeks.
At halftime it looked pretty bleak for the Buccaneers, however, that all changed thanks to Mike Glennon's leadership. Glennon, led the Buccaneers back from losing 10 - 17 at halftime to win the game with a last second touchdown pass. He would finish the day with 302 yards, 2 touchdowns & an interception. (Source: ProFootballTalk)
Fantasy Impact: It will be crucial for the Buccaneers & fantasy owners that Glennon continues his success and makes the Bucs' offense competitive again. He was able to get Louis Murphy, Mike Evans & Vincent Jackson all heavily involved in the game. Next week might be another good fantasy week for the Bucs since they play the Saints & it will most likely be a pass happy game.
Mike Glennon relieved an injured Josh McCown (right thumb) in Thursday's game against the Falcons. He finished 17/24 for 121 yards and 1 TD. He also added production on the ground, running the ball 3 times for 19 yards.
Fantasy Impact: McCown has a sprained throwing thumb and has looked poor in his starts. Mike Glennon is the future of the Bucs and the future may be starting next week. Tampa does have 10 days off for McCown to heal up, but the smart money is on Glennon taking over. Glennon has shown a capability to put up nice numbers last year. He should be on the QB2 radar.
Glennon passed for 140 yards and one touchdown, while completing 11-of-19 passes in Friday's preseason contest versus the Jaguars
Fantasy Impact: Glennon looked much better than new acquisition Josh McCown, albeit with the 2nd team. He avoided pressure well, something McCown failed to do. He connected on a 6-yard touchdown to Tommy Streeter in the 4th quarter. It looks as though Glennon will be right on McCown's heels throughout the month of August as they battle for QB1 duties.