Re: Post-Preseason Wk 1; Tj or Case?
Keenum played against many tier one teams than had been mentioned here in this thread. Overall, has had done quite well, if not very well.
I've already noted that if you go back and take ALL the QBs that were drafted the last several years, when they had a common opponent with Keenum (in the same year), Keenum play was on par or better than ALL of them, bar none.
If those guys can play in the NFL, so can Case.
You can call one or two games a fluke, but not a dozen game.