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Old 10-25-2013   #294
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Default Re: Who gets the start at QB after the bye?

This is a great in-detail, honest, unbiased analysis, including multiple supporting illustrative screenshots, of the KC game and Keenum's play and Kubiak' play calling......A must read!


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Posted October 24, 2013
The All-22: Texans opened the playbook for Case Keenum before Chiefs closed it back up
Houston Texans, Kansas City Chiefs, The All-22

Kubiak may be well-served by giving Keenum another shot, whether Schaub is healthy or not. He’s shown obvious inexperience, and things will become more complicated as opposing defensive coordinators get more tape on him, but it’s pretty clear that he brings an expansiveness to an offense that has been mired in predictability for far too long.
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