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Old 10-22-2013   #171
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Default Re: Who gets the start at QB after the bye?

When sorting all of this out, it's important to note that Keenum's impressive performance was despite:

Foster.........4 running attempts for 11 yds (2.8 yds/carry)
Tate..........15 running attempts for 50 yds (3.3 yds/carry)
Jones..........2 running attempts for 2 yds (1.0 yds/carry)

That's only 21 attempts for 63 yds for 3.0 yds/carry.

None of the RBs ran for more yds/carry than the 3.6 yds/carry that Keenum turned in on his 3 runs.
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