Jacksonville, Fla.-Mike Glennon will start with the Jacksonville Jaguars against the Chicago Bears quarterback on Sunday.
Coach Doug Marrone asked Glennon and Gardner Minshew to split the representatives of the first team throughout the week and then decided to join the eight-year The veterans worked together to break the team’s record 13 losing streak.
Glennon’s fourth start of the season will be against one of his four former teams.
Glennon completed 61% of his passes within 600 yards, three touchdowns and three interceptions in losses in Cleveland, Minnesota and Tennessee. Malone replaced Glennon in the third quarter of the Jaguars’ 31-10 loss to Tennessee, and Minhew finished the game and started losing in Baltimore last week.
Minshew completed 22 of the 29 games with a total of 229 yards and two touchdowns, losing to the Ravens 40-1
Glennon said earlier this week: “I have never participated in a week of practice games.” “This is absolutely unique, but we just need to do a good job, and that is to try to be the best, and then these The decision is left to the decision makers. This is a unique situation. This is a unique year. Many years have come this year, and I think none of us have seen it.”
Before this season, Glennon’s last departure was on September 28, 2017, when he was in Chicago. He started the first four games that season and was replaced by rookie Mitchell Trubisky. The Bears selected the Bears with the second overall pick.