We’re not yet to the point at which the Bucs have a full-fledged quarterback controversy, but let’s be totally honest: Josh Freeman did not look good Sunday.
When he didn’t look good in the preseason, it was easy to shrug off, but this was the real deal, and it’s time to start getting concerned.
Freeman completed 15 of 31 passes for 210 yards with a touchdown and an interception in a game in which the offense never got into anything close to a rhythm in Week 1.
Undoubtedly, some fans will already be calling for rookie Mike Glennon.
Freeman could be running out of time and is also playing for a new contract. He's always been hyped but has rarely played to potential consistently. He's got plenty of talent around him, but how much patience will the coaching staff have with him is the big question. It's getting tougher to trust him, even as a QB2.