John Fox made himself pretty clear talking after practice Monday, “I thought it was much better. We had the one interception—we could have had a couple more by a couple of quarterbacks. …
“Again, we’ve got room for improvement. The passing game, a lot gets looked at the quarterback, just like the whole offense, I mentioned a week ago. But all in all, we made a step forward, really, everywhere with the first offense.”
If you don’t get the “couple more interception” reference was aimed at Trubisky, you’re just choosing not to listen, and Glennon was the only quarterback to run with the first offense.
When asked to compare this quarterback competition to any he oversaw in Carolina, Fox said, “It’s just hard to compare players. I feel good about our room, as I mentioned. He (Sanchez) does have a lot of pro reps under his belt so we’ve kind of given a little bit more to Mitch, understandably. …
“I think Mike made a definite improvement over Week 1, as our whole first offense did.”
Fox has watched the tape now, is clearly saying Glennon had the better night and the next question is, yeah, but what about Mitch?
“I thought again he showed good toughness. I think he took a couple shots. They did a couple things different we hadn’t seen, as far as (our) protection.
“But I thought he showed good accuracy, probably mainly a couple decisions that he’d probably change. But I thought all in all he did well.”