With the recent news of offensive coordinator Jeff Tedford's leave of absence and the workout of QB Terrelle Pryor, it appears Bucs fans and some media have found themselves in desperation mode with the Bucs anemic offense.
Believe it or not, the debate was both different and similar on talk radio Tuesday afternoon.
On A.M. talk radio, the message was for the Bucs to bring Josh Freeman back to the organization. Yep, the same guy who mentally broke down so much that no team will even give him a tryout. Freeman was, and might still be, training with former Bucs head coach Jon Gruden, but it is pretty clear that Freeman will need a miracle to even get another shot in the NFL. Remember, former Vikings coach Leslie Frazier started Freeman last season against the Giants. Freeman has not started a game since.
On 98.7 The Fan in Tampa, Tim Tebow's name was brought up as a potential target the Bucs should bring in as a quarterback. Yep, the same Tebow who could not make it out of the preseason with the Patriots over a year ago. The same Tebow who is on the SEC Network and Good Morning America. Let's all stop with the talk that Tebow just wins games. If that were the case, Tebow wouldn't be out of the NFL right now. He's not a good quarterback and should focus fully on his TV career from now on.
If the Bucs are truly looking for the best way to address and improve their quarterback situation, they need to focus all efforts into scouting the upcoming quarterback class for the 2015 NFL Draft. They need to know everything there is to know about Oregon's Marcus Mariota, FSU's Jameis Winston, UCLA's Brett Hundley, Baylor's Bryce Petty, and any other quarterback eligible for the 2015 draft.
If you don't have a quarterback, you don't have a chance. Mike Glennon now has 13 games to prove to the Bucs that he can be a quarterback for them. If he doesn't, all eyes from Bucs fans should be on the draft and not some retreads.
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