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Old 10-21-2013   #79
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Default Re: Who gets the start at QB after the bye?

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Originally Posted by Goatcheese View Post
I think it depends on whether or not Schaub still has the locker room. Keenum made some exciting plays, especially the off schedule ones, but it's not like he had the offense running up and down the field. For all of his mobility, he was still sacked 5 times, fumbled twice and gave up the game winning TD.

As beautiful as Keenum's deep ball is, Schaub still gives you the best chance to win on Sunday. He's not going to chuck a pick 6 every week, despite the fan hysteria.

If Schaub doesn't start, It's either because he's lost the team or he's still injured. Keenum looks like the heir apparent at this point.
Seriously, we had no healthy running backs for Case, no running game, couldnt hardly use play action and noone to give him good protection like foster provides and ur complaining about 5 sacks ? How many times u thin Schaub would of been sacked ? God only knows....

Schaub does not give us the best chance to win. Keenum does.
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