Andy Reid has an excellent eye for evaluating talent at the quarterback position. On Wednesday, he identified another who just happens to be on the Broncos.
The Denver Broncos finally got to see what they had in Chad Kelly in his first preseason game as a pro against the Minnesota Vikings. We analyze his performance and try to answer the ultimate question of if he's ready to be the backup behind Case Keenum.
We grade every starter plus the most notable backups in the Denver Broncos 42-28 loss to the Minnesota Vikings in their preseason opener in the Mile High City.
The Broncos first preseason game had it all, from nightmares to pleasant dreams about better days to come.
When it comes to the most important position battle entering camp, forget about the starting positions up for grabs such as right guard, running back and tight end, it’s all about the backup.
If it wasn’t already clear back in April and May, it’s certainly crystal clear now by nearly the entire organizations own admission: Case Keenum’s running the show.
While the country debates which Case Keenum the Broncos will get in 2018, the organization itself is asking a different question about their new signal caller.
Outsiders continue to question if the Broncos ponied up $18 million per year for a one-hit wonder. Inside the organization, Keenum’s anything but a one-hit wonder.
Case Keenum’s well aware the Broncos could draft his replacement less than two months after he joined the team. Oddly enough, that wouldn’t bother him one bit.
Case Keenum had a phenomenal season last year, but John Elway and Vance Joseph kept pointing to something else about their new quarterback as to why they brought him to Denver.
There have been two drastically different Case Keenum’s in the NFL. The Broncos placed a sizable bet on one of them.