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The Bears’ first dose of 2017 preseason action—and therefore the first game of their Mike Glennon era—initially looked pretty good, in that they won their coin toss tonight against the Broncos. But things started going south, uh, pretty much immediately after:
Mike Glennon, an NFL quarterback nobody has thought about for at least two seasons, suddenly found himself in the news this week when it was reported that he was going to score a contract that would pay him in the neighborhood of $15 million per year. That hypothetical has reportedly become a reality.
It’s NFL free agency week, which means good luck to anyone trying to distinguish the smokescreens from reality and OMG WTF LOL:
Washington travelled down to Tampa Bay during a goddamn tropical storm to play their fourth and final preseason game. The storm has forced evacuations, but if there’s one thing we know about football, it’s that it never sleeps. The game was moved up a day, to avoid the worst of the storm, and yet conditions were…
After receiving the ball to start overtime, Tampa Bay could have ended the game with a touchdown drive. But Tampa tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins fumbled on the first scrimmage play of overtime, and Minnesota linebacker Anthony Barr returned the fumble for a touchdown, which ended the game and gave Minnesota the…
Here's the series of events that led to the Pittsburgh Steelers blowing a 90% chance of winning with 1:40 left on the game clock:
Remember when the dysfunctional Buccaneers were an 0-8 dumpster fire fueled by MRSA and ineptitude? Greg Schiano and his Men have somehow won three straight, with some legitimate play from both sides of the ball—especially rookie quarterback/intrepid middle schooler Mike Glennon. Which leaves us with the same question…
Just two days after Greg Schiano insisted that Josh Freeman is his starting quarterback, Adam Schefter reports that the Buccaneers will switch to Mike Glennon for this Sunday's game against the Cardinals.
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