With Bakari Grant dropping every second ball to him, maybe he should. LOL
In the grand scheme of things, it is not the QB who is the problem, IMHO. We have a secondary with tackling issues. We have a coaching staff that is not primetime if you look at how the big dogs organize themselves week to week. We have tall guys who run routes and are better at catching colds than passes at key times. Take Williams and Stala out of the equation -- which the Als did today -- and you have a pretty big drop off in consistency...and I include Mo Mann in that analysis.
All Glenn has done is basically keep to another 5,000-yard pace passing. Yes, he HAS to win in the playoffs this year for this team to get to the next level. However, pinning the loss on Glenn solely today is giving the defensive coordinator, secondary, and the drops of the receivers a free pass. We sucked and Glenn's less than stellar effort only got worse because this team was not prepared for the collective punch in the mouth from the Als the opening quarter.
To suggest that a NFL QB cut or Quinton Porter is going to magically change the course of things this season is not productive. Any change in course this team makes is going to have to be made starting in the offseason. It may be Bellefeuille having to hold the door open on his way out, but I digress.
Oski Wee Wee,