He is absolutely at a run rate for a nice 16 game season of close to 4000 yards and 25 or so TDs. The throw he made to Underwood was impressive, showing he can make some plays. He is a smart kid and he is improving as that game manager, less athletic Alex Smith type. Minus the wins. However, the bar isn't Bruce G in terms of rookie performance, The NFL has really changed and the young back up QB is now expected to bring some thunder to the field. Like the Houston QB, Foles last year as a rookie.. It's more the exception that the back up, rookie or otherwise, plays poorly. Glennon isn't the teams biggest problem, but he isn't the source of a bright future, either.
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