Originally Posted by GP
I don't see it in Case.
One thing in his favor, though: He's the 3rd man and that is ALWAYS a good position for a player of his potential to find himself in. Now stress, gets to watch and learn, is around a GOOD team in many aspects of the game.
Keenum's got a good arm, but whether or not that translates from college to the NFL is still to be seen. The potential is certainly there though, and he's on the right team to learn.