Originally Posted by waynegg
Surely you see what I'm saying. The offensive line is is adequate. Keenum will get flattened here and there. That's unavoidable with any line. He's shown he knows how to get down when he needs to.
I'm a Keenum fan, also. I just like him. Having said that, there is absolutely no way that he starts a game this season unless we suffer an injury barrage at QB like we witnessed in 2011. If that happens, expect Kubiak to go even more conservative because that means he has no good QB as a back up. The more likely bet is that Schaub gets hurt or "hurt" and Yates takes over. There is a 0% likelihood that Keenum gets a start over Yates.