Originally Posted by Rey
I won't argue with your opinion.
But I do believe that if Keenum wins the back up QB position there will be even more pressure on Schaub to perform and a good chunk of the fan base will become even less patient with Schaub because it'd mean Keenum would be next in line.
I think it's going to be an interesting dynamic throughout camp to see if Keenum is really given an opprotunity to overtake Yates. And if so, whether or not Yates can hold him off.
There will be pressure on Schaub to perform because he's an NFL QB. It doesn't matter who his backup is.