Monday, February 18, 2019

Tag: Case Keenum

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.

2019 free agency: 3 quarterbacks the Denver Broncos could pursue

The free agent market is limited this spring, but there are a variety of intriguing options for the Broncos to consider.

John Elway, Broncos got exactly what they paid for in Case...

Looking at the contract Case Keenum signed a season ago, and how his play measured up with 2019 Pro Football Focus QB Annual.

John Lynch says Rich Scangarello ‘Will do great things with that...

What will the Broncos offense look like in 2019 under Rich Scangarello? Whatever it does look like, Lynch is convinced the new offensive coordinator will do a good job with the talent in Denver.

The Broncos need more consistency from the wide receivers in 2019

According to Pro Football Focus, Denver's pass catchers led the NFL with 29 open pocket drops. 

Drew Lock shows why he should be Denver’s top target at...

Drew Lock impressed throughout the week of the Senior Bowl, and on Saturday the former Missouri quarterback appeared to be the most ready to succeed at the next level.

How can Rich Scangarello make Case Keenum better? More play-action

Case Keenum was one of the best passers in play-action in 2018, meaning the Broncos should call more of those plays in 2019.

Why Broncos won’t cut Case Keenum, but may release Emmanuel Sanders

The Broncos have decisions to make on a large number of high-profile players. But, we know with almost certainty Keenum won't be cut, while Sanders could very well be.