Denver Broncos: Players to watch against Washington Redskins
Case Keenum, QB
So much of the talk this preseason and training camp has been about Chad Kelly, Paxton Lynch, and the backup quarterback competition.
The reason those guys have been getting more of the attention than Keenum is that Keenum has been very consistent (good) in practices.
He was also very good in the team’s second preseason game against Chicago despite some overthrows.
He traced that back to some errors in footwork, so it’s not much of a worry at this point.
However, Washington’s defense will provide a challenge for the new-look Denver offense and Keenum has got to be sharp.
We’ll be looking for the Broncos’ offense to show continued signs of improvement and consistency. Keenum did a good job moving this group for two straight drives after three straight three-and-outs to open up his Broncos career.
It may seem selfish, but it would be nice to see the Broncos come out on their first drive and look like an unstoppable force offensively. That’s not too much to ask for, is it?