What to do with Case Keenum Sunday

What to do with Case Keenum Sunday

Keenum said, "I may have a Teddy Bridgewater jersey at home". As a result, the questions regarding the starting quarterback will continue to be asked. He threw a pair of interceptions to safety D.J. Swearinger, one late in the third quarter and one on the first play of the fourth quarter. If TV isn't the best route for you, some great options for streaming are out there like NFL Sunday Ticket, or Game Pass for replays. But he also led the team in a rendition of leapfrog after the Vikings third touchdown of the day.

Among the good plays were touchdown passes in the second quarter of 3 yards to Stefon Diggs, 7 yards to Adam Thielen and 1 yard to David Morgan and a 7-yard TD toss in the third quarter to Jarius Wright for 35-17 lead. In the numbers were not good, but the defense still made play after play to help the Vikings win the game. That's what made the loss to the Vikings in which Norman said the Redskins "just didn't have it", so baffling.

"As receivers and in a passing game, you kind of look forward to those opportunities to let the ball loose and see how much you can score, and if it becomes a track meet, so be it. When it's time to make a play, he makes a play when". Hopefully he can keep that focus, intensity and aim the rest of the season.

"I was very, very jealous that I wasn't in it, " he said.

"I just felt it was a unique game in a sense that we moved the ball as we wanted to up and down the field", Cousins told 106.7 The Fan's Grant Paulsen and Danny Rouhier during his weekly segment Monday - 'Under Center, ' driven by the Lindsay Automotive Group.

Diggs had 4 receptions for 78 yards and a touchdown in the win on Sunday. Diggs said he wanted to pay homage to service members, but the Vikings were penalized 15 yards for unsportsmanlike conduct.

That starts to become a difference, because every time it's a four-point difference between being 2-for-4 or 5-for-5. After all, they had been running the ball well against Washington. Keenum's second half all but solidified that it's not "if" but "when" we will see him again. The coaching staff will definitely be talking about them this week at Winter Park.