Bucs Can't Stay Long in Hurry-Up Mode

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Bucs Can't Stay Long in Hurry-Up Mode
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Bringonthehurryup. No need to pause in that sentence since the no-huddle offense was created for tempo and rookie quarterback Mike Glennon operated it to perfection in the Bucs' two touchdown drives during Sunday's 33-14 loss to the 49ers. However, don't expect that two-minute thrill offense to be the norm for the Bucs and Glennon moving forward, though Tampa Bay has sunk to 32nd and last in the NFL in total offense (283.7 yards a game), passing offense (178.1 yards a game) and third down conversion percentage (32).

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