Originally Posted by Lord Bills
that still doesnt excuse abandoning your entire offensive system and installing an offense the rest of your team doesnt really know.
your telling me all keenum has done to familiarize himself with this offense is just to sit in the QB meeting room is a cope out joke. I reckon these last two years keenum has run more reps in this system and it would have served the texans better if they just incorporated some plays instead of drastically abandoning your entire system that your entire offense including your young qb knows.
Learning the system for two years running it in practice > using a system nobody knows but keenum in practice for 1 week.
I think the change was to allow Case to get a better look at the pass rush coming at him as much as letting him run UofH-style plays.
And with the way the line was blocking (or more accurately WASN'T blocking) I think he did the kid a favor by having him take the snap in shotgun formation.