Not even close. Geno Smith wins that hands down. Or any Buffalo QB. Glennon has talent, but he is not developed NOR did he have enough weapons. The old OC was a clueless old fart who thought Parcells was still coaching.
Glennon is an alright qb, but I wouldn’t risk missing out on a good/great qb because he’s here.There are things he does subconsciously that, in the right context could be great, but in a situation such as coming back from a deficit, the low stats in the second half and the super cautious play rule him to ruin. Had he played better in second half of games, or had he turned the number one turnover defense to his advantage, or even simply won more games, even I would've been on the glennon bandwagon.And the big trouble with it is..glennon cannot change easy. It's what he's always done.
He started long enough to be considered a starter, and he did rather nicely considering the mudpit he was sloshing through, known as Sullivans Offense.And one wide receiver.And a hodge podge of crap on the O-line.And a third string runner.Glennon is quality. getting rid of him for anything less than a third is a poor strategic move, made mostly as a result of an Ego, methinks.
Even in February, when he was still the starter, he was not even nearly the worst starter. I would NOT trade him for a 3rd, unless we draft another QB AND until Kafka has shown he is a better QB prospect… With McCown at his age, we should have 2 good young prospects behind him on the roster going forward.