The Tampa Tribune's Roy Cummings jumped on Sports Talk Florida 1040-AM and explained that Jameis Winston has not been the best quarterback during the Bucs' off-season practices.
This should come as no surprise to anyone. First, Jameis Winston is a rookie who is working with new receivers for the first time, while Glennon has worked with the likes of Vincent Jackson, Mike Evans, and others before. Winston will get better in these off-season practices in shirts and shorts with more experience.
This is also not the first time Glennon has "looked good" in practices that don't include pads or a pass rush. If the NFL was a 7-on-7 league, Glennon would be a star. Unfortunately for Glennon, his biggest weakness is pocket presence and being able to deliver when the pass rush is around him. Contrary to Glennon's big weakness is that one of Jameis Winston's best attributes is how well he plays with the rush around him.
During these non-contact practices, no true pass rush will be used. Thus, Glennon should easily "look better" than Winston. However, since one of the most important parts of playing quarterback is handling a pass rush, final judgement should be held until these quarterbacks play in true game-like situations. That edge easily goes to Winston.