With a Buccaneers injury report that already looks like a M*A*S*H unit, the list grew by one more on Thursday night, as quarterback Josh McCown was knocked out of the game in the second quarter.
McCown hit his throwing hand on the helmet of an Atlanta defender and was taken to the locker room for examination. When McCown emerged from the locker room his hand was heavily bandaged. Backup Mike Glennon took over for McCown bt fared no better.
It was already a forgettable night for McCown prior to the injury, as the veteran was just 5-of-12 for 58 yards and an interception that was returned for a touchdown by the Falcons.
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winless for winston
What can you say, WE SUCK!! SUCK for Winston and Lovie should due all the sucking!
Its Yucc time again.
Forget about not attending the game or not even watching it on TV, when you don’t want to read about the Bucs, that spells trouble. The Glazers did everything on the cheap after the Super Bowl win in 2002. If they don’t care about the team, it’s not fair to blame the fans for not caring either. I gotta believe the Bucs could have used Joseph and Zuttah at guard this year and they would have been better than what the Bucs currently have at guard.
While I wish no injury on any player I’m hoping this thumb injury keeps McClown out for a couple of weeks so Lovie will have to start Glennon. By the time he’s healthy there will be no point in starting him again as this season is lost and we need to see if Glennon can progress into a viable starting QB for us.
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