Had he performed like this last year he would have been our starting quarterback, no question about it. He’s been very good in training camp with the ball, making decisions, and creating plays. If you aren’t mobile, you better be one heck of a passer and have one great quick release. Luke McCown can throw the ball, and he can run, and he’s playing good football right now, which is a good start, going seven-for-seven.
Coach Gruden speaking about backup Luke McCown’s performance in the Bucs 13-10 win over the New England Patriots.
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