Originally Posted by eriadoc
So I wonder how many of our posters here are, in their heart of hearts, rooting for Keenum to fail, so they can be validated. People hate being wrong on things they are vested in. I have no idea why they're vested in Keenum's failure, but you can tell from the vitriol around here by a few that they are.
Hope he plays well, hope the Texans win, and hope he beats out the competition in camp next year. I can tell you that I'll be back on the edge of my seat this week, unlike the last seven quarters of football.
I don't think that's the case. I'll take success from a quarterback regardless of his college and name. I would love for Keenum to prove me wrong more than anything else. I still reserve the right to have my reservations, but I'm far more excited about this game now than I was before.