This is where the preseason acts as sort of a trap. Josh Freeman has been the man in Tampa Bay for a few years now. As the incumbent starter it's natural that he doesn't play much in the preseason, and that his backup--Mike Glennon--does. Of course the more you play the more of a chance you are going to look good.
Tampa Bay QBs Josh Freeman (left) and Mike Glennon (right)
However, since he has been at the helm the Buccaneers have been a mediocre team at best. It has to be kind of telling that the team didn't want to extend his rookie deal, but has opted to have him play out the final season first.
If they believed in him they would wrap him up.
With that in mind you have to take a look at how Glennon is doing and wonder if the team might be better off moving forward with him. Against Baltimore he wasn't great (11-23, 169 yards, 1 interception), but he sure looked better than Freeman (4-7, 34 yards).
Friday night against the Patriots he was better (12-22, 121 yards...