I posted this months back, but he had a better win percentage
against the SEC, B12, PAC12, B10 and ranked teams
than either Matt Schaub or TJ Yates.
He was also responsible for a ton of upset victories and
comeback wins with game winning last drives.
If we could get our o-line situation worked out -- or Gary
would spread the field with 1 or 2 back sets and go hurry-up I'm
pretty sure the same thing would happen with the Texans as well.
Aside from having to run for his life on almost every play he
looks almost exactly the same as he did in college (scanning
the field, avoiding pressure, etc..)
If people believe that Matt Schaub was a franchise QB back when
he first came here, then there's no reason to believe that
Keenum can't mature into that role either -- here or with another
He is certainly off to a better start, numbers wise, and that is
with a team with key injuries to offense and defensive skills players
Originally Posted by Uncle Rico
What Keenum did in a weak conference in college is irrelevant in the NFL where every player is an all conference type of guy and where the defenses are supremely more exotic.
For the Coogs out there I'm curious to know how he did against primetime programs. Admittedly I don't follow UH at all, but my vague recollection is that he never had a signature game against a top program, I could be wrong of course so don't go building a cross just yet.