Raheem Morris is keeping his options open on Tampa Bay's starting quarterback.
The first-year coach has been promising a decision before the third preseason game, but raised the possibility Sunday the competition between Byron Leftwich and Luke Mccown could be extended another week.
Neither player has established himself as the clear-cut No. 1, although Leftwich appeared to be the front-runner before McCown played well in Saturday night's 24-23 preseason victory at Jacksonville.
"We've still got to meet and evaluate," Morris said, adding that first-round draft pick Josh Freeman and second-year pro Josh Johnson also have contributed to making it tough to settle the quarterback situation before Thursday's game against Miami.