Quarterback Mike Glennon is learning his third offense in as many years with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. During his media availability at One Buc Place on Thursday, Glennon, who played in six games for the Bucs in place of injured starter Josh McCown last year, offered Bucs fans reason for optimism ahead of next season.
Following a disappointing 2014 season in which the Buccaneers struggled to hit their best stride on offense, Glennon is among those with confidence in the offense being implemented by new coordinator Dirk Koetter. A veteran coach in the NFL, Koetter accepted the post with the Buccaneers after three seasons in the same role with the Atlanta Falcons.
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“My third (offense) in three years and so far I’d say I think it’s the best one I’ve been part of, it fits me really well,” Glennon told the press. “We have great direction under Dirk. It’s been really nice having him; he’s got a lot of knowledge. What he’s done in this division, the past three years he’s been in Atlanta, they’ve been one of, if not the best in our division and the top of the league (on offense). He knows our division. He is a great coach. He has a great system. I’ve really enjoyed it. I’m still getting used to it out on the field, but I feel like the more I’m with him and the more he is around the offense, the better we are going to be.”