Quarterback – Mike Glennon, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Glennon didn’t win the most games or throw for the most TD passes of the rookie QBs, but with 2,608 yards in 13 games, and 19 TDs to only nine picks, it was clear that he was the best rookie QB in 2013.
Over the second half of the season, Glennon was able to lead Bucs to four wins in five games, and really make his case that he can be the starter in Tampa. Under a completely new regime in 2014, Glennon will likely be in a QB battle in training camp. Nick Foles, a similar QB, made a huge leap under a new coach in his second year, maybe the same is in store for Glennon next season.
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