7/26/2012 2:22:00 PM
Overlooked in the Stamps wild win over Saskatchewan (and it was easy to do considering the wild pace of the game), was Kevin Glenn's solid performance in his home debut.
Glenn, coming off back-to-back narrow losses on the road, was 27-for-42, four touchdowns and most importantly, no interceptions.
The game showed some of what Stamps fans can expect from Glenn during his time as starter. No, it is not expected he will be involved in a string of crazy games like that one!
What is expected, is his calm under fire. He demonstrated that during the chaos of the final few minutes.
He also distributed the ball well, finding seven different receivers. His stats from the Saskatchewan game could actually have been better, save for several drops by Stampeder receivers.
Glenn is a competent game manager. He is capable of some big games but also capable of throwing untimely interceptions. He is a timing passer, not someone who can drop back and unload 70-yard bombs.
Glenn will prove his worth over the season. He has to. The Stampeders have no other experienced option at quarterback