Tag Archives: Case Keenum

What’s Next for Brady?

The New England Patriots did not look like themselves against the Titans. One sign was the fact that they were in the Wild Card game to begin with, and then, they were knocked out immediately. This loss could be the indicator that football in New England is reaching an end …

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Kirk Cousins Looks to Remain Hot Against Old Team

Through the first four games, there wasn’t a soul that had a good thing to say about Minnesota Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins. He was averaging less than 200 yards per game passing and had just three touchdowns and two interceptions to go with it. He also fumbled six times, two …

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Bears Down Redskins on Monday Night

The Bears’ defense led the way while Mitchell Trubisky was solid throughout the night as Chicago defeated the Washington Redskins 31-15. Hot Out of the Gate Chicago would strike first on a Ha Ha Clinton-Dix interception that would be returned 37 yards for a touchdown. Clinton-Dix had a huge night …

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Monday Night Football: Redskins Host Bears in Primetime Showdown

The Washington Redskins (0-2) and the Chicago Bears (1-1) will clash on Monday Night Football to conclude Week 3 of the NFL. After dropping their first two games, both to conference opponents, the Redskins are searching for their first win tonight. For Chicago, they hope to secure back-to-back victories after …

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Case Keenum named Washington Redskins starting quarterback

The Washington Redskins quarterback battle is officially over. Washington head coach Jay Gruden named Case Keenum the starter for Week 1 against the Philadelphia Eagles. Keenum earned the starting role over veteran quarterback Colt McCoy and rookie Dwayne Haskins. Keenum’s Advantage: Experience The decision to name Keenum Washington’s starter came …

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NFL Week 3 Preview

The 2018 NFL season is about to be three weeks old and teams are already starting to separate¬†themselves. Nine teams remain undefeated, with some coming as a surprise. Denver, Kansas City and Minnesota have all yet to lose and are doing so with new faces at quarterback. The Chiefs’ offense …

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