I believe Glenn would have been the teams starter long ago if it were not for a rookie head coach's strategic mistakes. Firstly, he decided that a rookie QB is going to be the teams starting QB in training this season or until "hell freezes over." Secondly, but Worse, when he publically announced his intentions with the QB's he left no doors unlocked to let himself out should a change in his strategy be necessary. He was adament that this was the way it was going to be, like it or not. However, it became quite evident a few games into the season that this strategy was failing and seriously affecting the whole team and it's fan support negatively. The players have now lost their intensity and, the fans on the fence have seen enough to stay away from the park. A window of opportunity to revive interest from the nearly dead opened a crack for Marcel when the Cats won on Labour Day. He should have started Glenn the following game and had they won in Toronto a transition of strategy (which IMO, is needed) could have gracefully begun. But either his stubbornness or ego got in the way. So where are they now? I'll tell you where they were yesterday. The player were on the field in Ivor Wynne working heartlessly (can you say revolt?) to earn their paycheque, (Read between the lines of Bruce's comments) and the smartest fans who expect a professional show for their money, not a QB in training, were at home. This season had potential for the Cats far beyond where they are now. And before it comes completely unwound, Marcel needs to quickly find some way to suck it up and replace his failed experiment and show faith in a proven QB, before this team totally quits on him. His job and the financial health of this franchise depend on it!
No one action has had more effect on this teams lack of greater success than the refusal to attempt to fit Kevin Glenn in as our starting QB.