Arizona Cardinals Would Be Making Titanic Mistake by Drafting Mike Glennon

March 20, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In 2012, the Arizona Cardinals took the concept of poor quarterback play to dizzying depths on the way to a 5-11 record.
Now it appears that the team may be on the verge of devising a plan that could make it even worse.
Only one day after new Arizona head coach Bruce Arians told the NFL Network that free-agent signee Drew Stanton is a "very capable" NFL starter, there's yet another report that may shed light on the Cardinals plans under center in 2013.
ESPN's Chris Mortensen reported Tuesday via Rotoworld that the Cardinals are believed to be targeting North Carolina State quarterback Mike Glennon.
"I really believe the guy they're hoping to get somewhere, whether its in the second round ... is Mike Glennon," said Mort. "Their new head coach, Bruce Arians, likes big guys with big arms who can get the ball downfield."
Simply put, drafting Mike Glennon would only set back the Cardinals' search for a quarterback that much farther.
Yes, the 6'7" Glennon is...

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