Originally Posted by Brisco_County
As you're probably aware, editors often change a headline to grab attention after the writer has submitted the final draft. For this article, do you think the problem is more with the headline or the content?
The headline is wildly inaccurate.
The article is a overly fawning pile of ****.
Yes, Case Keenum has improve from last year because he was horrible last year. And yes, Kubiak is pushing TJ to be better because he wants to create a sense of competition and urgency.
The article sounds like it was written by his dad or agent or something.