Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Tag: Case Keenum

John Elway’s honesty on QB saga steals the show at Media...

While a quiet confidence that oozed out of Elway on Wednesday was encouraging, his subtle honesty about Denver's QBs was the most interesting part.

Elway’s still got it: How Duke’s deals could send Broncos back...

Trading for Joe Flacco and trading away Case Keenum were two wonderful moves orchestrated by John Elway. Now, he has a chance to make a few splash signings and get the Broncos back into the playoffs immediately.

Broncos and Redskins working on a deal for Case Keenum

According to the NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Denver Broncos and Washington Redskins are working on a deal for the veteran quarterback.

Broncos trying to re-sign two linemen before free agency begins March...

Billy Turner and Jared Veldheer are coveted by the Broncos; will the team be able to re-sign them both?

Broncos are 4th in ‘dead money’ but could catapult to No....

What the Denver Broncos do with Case Keenum and Brandon Marshall will have a lot to do with how much dead money is wasted, unable to be used towards player salaries in 2019. We look at it all here.

Is Joe Flacco a better or worse deep-ball passer than Case...

The Broncos and Case Keenum left a lot to be desired on offense in 2018, including their deep-ball passing attack. Can Joe Flacco help improve the unit in that area?

Where he’s hot, and not: Joe Flacco’s best and worst areas...

Where is Joe Flacco the most effective throwing the ball, and where is he the worst? Fortunately, he's a more versatile quarterback than Case Keenum was in 2018.

Trading for Joe Flacco was smarter than signing him in free...

Trading for Flacco was smart by the Broncos, saving them cap space rather than signing him via free agency.

Is Joe Flacco an upgrade over Case Keenum? Similar stats tell...

Flacco and Keenum's numbers are so similar, it's difficult to say the veteran QB was smart to trade for.

Report: Denver Broncos trading for Joe Flacco

Flacco, 34, is a career 64 percent passer and has thrown for 38,245 yards in his 11 NFL seasons. From 2008-12, Flacco led the Ravens to the playoffs in five consecutive seasons, including a Super Bowl victory in 2012.