Originally Posted by YeaLikeRightNow
I look at the upcoming game this way:
Yes, we're all afraid of Case becoming "Kubieized" with dull and lackluster play-calling, but the excitement I am beginning to feel at this point is the ways in which those same plays could/will break down, and it's left to Keenum to work his way out of them.
This is where the interest must be. Even in a losing effort, we shall learn of the potential Case has with this team in the future.
Even in a loss, if we learn more about his potential, and he remains our starter after the bye; isn't that somewhat like a victory in itself?
Question - Do you think this years version of Schaub is capable of "opening up the offense and making downfield throws"?