You never want head coaches, in any sport, to second guess themselves.
With a great deal of conviction, Chris Jones immediately said Kevin Glenn was his starting quarterback on the heels of Saturday’s three-point win over Toronto.
Glenn was pulled in the second quarter for Brandon Bridge, who went on to throw for close to 300 yards and tossed two touchdowns passes in the victory.
Knowing the question of quarterbacks was coming from media members, Jones defended Glenn’s status by saying, “You can debate about that all you want to, but that’s the way it’s going to be.”
In defence of fans and media members, the question of who is starting quarterback is legitimate.
Bridge has a 70 per cent completion percentage and has attempted nearly 90 throws this season. What we don’t see is Glenn’s command of the huddle and the locker room, which no doubt figures in to the equation.
Through it all, two things will remain the same — Chris Jones will decide who his starting will be, and fans will continue to have an opinion on his decision.