Originally Posted by Corrosion
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.
And I just don't understand what is so hard to understand about this philosophy at this point? We know what we have with Schaub and Yates. We don't know what we have in Keenum just yet. We do have potential though. Lets see what he can do in a real game. How can it be any worse than the alternatives?