QB - FA
This Week Outlook
Miami signed veteran QB Mike Glennon to its practice squad.
This comes with Tua Tagovailoa sidelined and potentially Teddy Bridgewater as well dealing with a dislocated finger. Skylar Thompson would be in line to start for the Dolphins with Glennon backing him up.
Mike Glennon needs surgery on his wrist and will miss the final game of the season.
It's unclear when Glennon sustained the injury, but he was miserable from the outset against the Bears. The injury is to Glennon's non-throwing wrist, so he should have no limitations next season. Whether he remains in the NFL as a backup, however, is an open question.
Giants quarterback Mike Glennon completed 13 of his 24 pass attempts for 99 yards and three interceptions before being replaced by Jake Fromm late in Sunday's loss to the Cowboys.
Starting quarterback Daniel Jones has been ruled out for the remainder of the season, but Glennon may have lost the starting job to Fromm thanks to Sunday's performance.
Mike Glennon is expected to start for the Giants on Sunday against the Cowboys, but Jake Fromm could see action in the game, according to Jeremy Fowler.
Glennon accounted for three touchdowns last week against the Chargers, but there's no chance of him being the long-term option for the Giants should the team decide to move on from Daniel Jones. Fromm likely won't factor into the mix either, but it at least makes sense for the team to evaluate him in a game scenario. Unless you're in a league that awards points for poor fantasy play, there's no reason to consider either Fromm or Glennon this week.
Giants quarterback Mike Glennon completed 17 of his 36 pass attempts for 191 yards, two touchdowns, and one interception in Sunday's loss to the Chargers. He also rushed for seven yards and another touchdown.
The final line ended up being solid for fantasy managers (23 points in many formats), but Glennon completed less than 50% of his passes and averaged just 5.3 yards per attempt on Sunday. We don't yet know when Daniel Jones may be able to return, and Glennon may very well get the start once again next week against the Cowboys at home.