Race to the bottom: Jaguars name Mike Glennon starting QB vs. Bears
The Jacksonville Jaguars are making another change to the quarterback this week when they face Chicago.
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Jaguars return to Mike Glennon against the Bears on Sunday. This is Glennon's first chance to face the team he played for in 2017.
Jacksonville hosted an open training quarterback competition this week, and Glennon beat Gardner Minshew for the starting job.
Glennon has started in three games for the Jaguars this season and is 0-3. He completed 61 percent of his passes and threw 600 meters. Glennon has three temporary touchdowns and three interceptions.
The Jets need Glennon to lead the Jaguars to their second win of the year on Sunday. The Jaguars currently hold # 1 on next year's draft, while the Jets hold # 2 overall.
If the Jaguars win or tie in either of their next two games and the Jets lose, the Jets will have number 1 overall. Both teams have quarterback needs and the likelihood that the favorite will finish first overall is Clemson's Trevor Lawrence.
This week's game against the Bears is possibly the Jaguars' best chance of winning a game with the Colts on deck for Week 17.
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