Originally Posted by Texans_Chick
I didn't like how TJ was missing high early. He does that sometimes, and he was lucky not to be intercepted.
They both had plus/minus moments. And clearly, Kubiak is trying to sort out small sample sizes and how much is opponent competition issues.
As it is, it will be an odd test for both. The offensive line is going to have some challenges with Wade Smith out, and working Ben Jones and Quesenberry at LG. Both of those guys have been moving around some, and it is hard on them because the footwork is a bit different.
Yeah, from what I hear it seems TJ is missing high a lot in practice as well. As you said, he did get on track after that horrible start.
I thought Keenum did about as well as one could have asked, even against 3rd stringers. But at this point, of course, he's still got work to do.