These thoughts are in no way meant to discredit Kevin Glenn’s CFL career.
The 38-year-old pivot has played in 268 career games.
Glenn is a future Plaza of Honour member and, in my opinion, a hall of fame quarterback.
However, Glenn’s experience will likely not be a factor in Sunday’s Eastern Semi-Final in Ottawa.
It’s the Glenn/Brandon Bridge combination that has led the Riders to this ten win season, not Glenn alone.
When assessing who has the edge in experience at quarterback, it’s a toss-up.
Yes, Glenn has had an illustrious 17-year career, but Bridge has only thrown passes in 17 regular season games in his career dating back to 2015.
Trevor Harris has thrown passes in 55 regular season games dating back to 2012.
If the Riders beat the Redblacks offensively on Sunday, it will be because of the different look that Bridge gives this Saskatchewan offense in comparison to Glenn – not because of Glenn’s experience.