Originally Posted by b0ng
I like Keenum but there are a few posters on this board that make him out to be greatly overlooked talent when I doubt that is what is happening. He will have to be fairly spectacular (whether that's fair or not) if he's going to start over an uninjured Schaub.
I disagree. He needs to play well enough to win. If we start winning again, Keenum is not going back to the bench.