Originally Posted by 76Texan
It was a great example.
As good a QB that Tom Brady is today; he had to start somewhere.
It was quite humbling a start to be exact.
If you would rather take Doug Flutie as an example, I would be fine with it, too.
Flutie was nowhere as good as Keenum in college.
There, is that OK with you as far as comparison goes?
How about Timmy Chang, U of Hawaii? The guy that held the records Case broke. 6'2" 207lbs. Also an UDFA. Came from a spread system. How'd he fair? That's a more likely comparison than Brady; drafted, from a running system, big time college.