Baltimore Ravens: Scouting the Enemy Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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Sep 28, 2014; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Mike Glennon (8) passes against the Pittsburgh Steelers during the second quarter at Heinz Field. The Buccaneers won 27-24. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

Quarterbacks: Mike Glennon, Josh McCown, Mike Kafka

Josh McCown started the season for the Buccaneers, but it will be Mike Glennon under center for the Bucs Sunday. Glennon has been somewhere between adequate and good as a starter to this point in his career, largely avoiding costly mistakes but not producing big plays with consistency.

The Buccaneers’ skill position players have made Glennon look better than he is, but at minimum, Glennon should avoid mistakes against the Ravens’ conservative coverages.

The best way for the Ravens to neutralize Glennon is with pressure. Despite their modest sack total, the Ravens have generated quite a bit of pressure this year, and the Bucs have not done a great job protecting their quarterbacks. Glennon is a statue in the pocket with minimal athleticism, so the Ravens should be able to terrorize him consistently.