You are not comprehending my point. (and I'm truly running out of
ways to try to explain it to you..)
I didn't say that Keenum played the national champions every week.
What I was trying to communicate to you was that when the game
was big, really mattered, or the opponent was a heavy favorite, Keenum performed in almost all instances.
This is not the case with Schaub and Yates.
I don't know if I can put it any more simply for you to understand.
Just because someone didn't play a top 5 team every week doesn't
mean they can't be a "clutch" person.
That's why I listed Flacco as an example.
If we could magically make Keenum, Yates, and Schaub all 24
year old rookies and only had their college track record to stand on
my money would be on Keenum.
Give the guy as much time in a pro-style offense as Schaub has
had and then we can evaluate whether he is a superstar or not.
Right now making absurd statements about height or arm strength,
or level of competition, blah blah blah, are baseless.
Originally Posted by JCTexan
Irrelevant? lol I never said it was relevant to how good of a QB Keenum will become. But I wasn't saying Keenum performed on the biggest stage or at the highest level either like you did. Conference USA isn't the highest level of collegiate football.