Re: Our New Schemes on Both Sides of the Ball Will Promote Adaptability
To be honest, I really think that the majority of Keenum's drop off came from CBs and Safeties not giving up on the play and letting receivers go (deep) after 10 or so seconds. The guy is a master at avoiding the sack, staying behind the LOS (WAY behind, in many cases), and then throwing a bomb to somebody that is no longer covered because some DB thought the play was basically over already.
I'm not saying Kubiak's spread out wide and throw it short (and soon) Offense didn't screw him up some, though. I just think it was mostly the Defenses figuring him out.
And I was definitely a supporter of Keenum until it was clearly not working anymore.
PS-if OB shocks me and says, "Keenum is our starter," I will definitely watch with interest, though.