Originally Posted by htownfan32
I've seen nothing from Keenum that suggests he's any better than Yates. They are probably equivalent at best. Start one over the other, but it's crazy to think Keenum's the savior we need.
None of us have seen anything from Keenum yet.
What we have seen is Matt Schaub , we can see he's all but washed up.
We have seen Yates , what he showed us was that he was nothing more than a capable backup.
I'll take the unknown upside of Keenum while the games still matter over Yates.
If Keenum should succeed , fail or look like a backup ... at least we know what we have now with all three of them.