Case Keenum
QB DEN (10)
3 hours ago

Keenum completed 19 of 32 pass attempts for 205 yards during Sunday's 23-22 win over the Chargers.

EDGE Analysis

Keenum averaged just 6.4 yards per attempt while posting his third-lowest yardage total of the season. He did go without turning the ball over for the second straight game, allowing the rushing attack and the defense to grind out a hard-fought away win. Keenum has come up with some big performances this season, but they have been few and far between for the most part. The Steelers could force him to throw early and often next week and he'll look to bounce back with a more productive showing.

Case Keenum
QB DEN (10)
2 weeks ago

Keenum put up 42 pass attempts, completing 26 for 290 yards and one touchdown during Sunday's 19-17 loss to Houston.

EDGE Analysis

The wily veteran was once again calm under pressure, leading the Broncos downfield on a 14-play, 53 yard drive in the final three minutes to set up Brandon McManus with a potential game-winning 51-yard attempt (ultimately, he pushed it wide right). Keenum has been highly prone to the interception in 2018, throwing 10 compared to seven all of last year, with six fumbles put on the turf this season (just one in 2017). His QBR has dipped from 74.3 in his lone season as a Viking to 43.6 in his debut campaign in Denver, working with a downgraded offensive line and a receiving corps lacking Adam Thielen and Stefon Diggs. On the bright side, Keenum has multiple touchdowns or 290-plus passing yards in four of his past five games. He and the Broncos reconvene Nov. 18 in Los Angeles, taking on a Chargers defense that has 10 interceptions through the first half of the regular season.

Case Keenum
QB DEN (10)
3 weeks ago

Keenum completed 23 of 34 passes for 262 yards, two touchdowns and an interception during Sunday's 30-23 loss in Kansas City. He added nine yards on the ground and lost a fumble.

EDGE Analysis

The Broncos were reeling late in the first half following 16 unanswered points by the Chiefs, but Keenum marched Denver 75 yards in 49 seconds, capping the drive off with a 24-yard loft to Tim Patrick. The drive represented Keenum at his best while two second-half turnovers at midfield, including an interception on an underthrown flea-flicker pass, showed him at his worst. Keenum now has 10 interceptions this season, three more than he recorded all of last season. Despite making several big plays outside the pocket, Denver continues to use him as a drop-back passer -- something both he and his offensive line seem to struggle with. With five early losses, Denver doesn't have much wiggle room and Keenum will be counted on next Sunday against a Houston defense that is among the league's best against the run but is middle-of-the-pack against the pass, with an opponent quarterback rating of 93.3.

Case Keenum
QB DEN (10)
1 month ago

Keenum completed 14 of 21 passes for 161 yards with a touchdown and an interception in the Broncos' 45-10 win over the Cardinals on Thursday. He also rushed four times for four yards.

EDGE Analysis

Keenum was spotted an early 7-0 lead courtesy of a Todd Davis pick-six, which was followed up by a 28-yard touchdown throw from Emmanuel Sanders to Courtland Sutton on a trick play later in the first quarter. A second defensive touchdown gave Keenum and the Broncos offense even more of a cushion. Once Keenum hit Sanders with a touchdown pass from 64 yards out early in the second quarter, the contest was essentially decided. The performance didn't really serve to answer some of the lingering questions about Keenum considering he had the luxury of serving as a game manager, but it was still a much-needed victory for the Broncos. He'll look to be on top of his game when Denver and the Chiefs face off in an AFC West Week 8 showdown.

Case Keenum
QB DEN (10)
1 month ago

Broncos coach Vance Joseph said Sunday after the team's 23-20 loss to the Rams that Keenum will remain Denver's starter Week 7 against the Cardinals, Nicki Jhabvala of The Athletic reports. "Case is our quarterback," Joseph said.

EDGE Analysis

After exiting late in the first half with a head injury, Keenum was cleared of a concussion and was back under center to begin the third quarter. Keenum rebounded from a rough first half to engineer three scoring drives and finish with his third 300-plus-yard passing game of the season, but his efforts weren't enough to prevent Denver from dropping its fourth straight contest. While Keenum's 7.2 yards per attempt and 63.1 percent completion rate on the campaign are acceptable marks, he's struggled to rein in the turnovers, as he's tossed at least one interception in all six of Denver's games. The fact that the Broncos are playing on Thursday night this week probably influenced Joseph's decision to stick with Keenum, but the 30-year-old may need to turn in a solid performance against Arizona to maintain the starting job over second-year signal-caller Chad Kelly, who was impressive during the preseason.

Case Keenum
QB DEN (10)
1 month ago

Keenum completed 25 of 41 pass attempts for 322 yards, two touchdowns and an interception in Sunday's 23-20 loss to the Rams. He also carried the ball once for six yards.

EDGE Analysis

Keenum had managed only a field-goal drive until 1:34 remained in the third quarter when he hit Emmanuel Sanders from 22 yards out. Having only thrown for 137 yards at the half, the 30-year-old quarterback again relied on a big deficit to rack up stats and almost made a game out of the affair. He'll try to go a third straight contest with at least 320 passing yards and two touchdowns Week 7 at Arizona.

Case Keenum
QB DEN (10)
1 month ago

Keenum completed 35 of 51 passes for 377 yards, two touchdowns and an interception during Sunday's 34-16 loss at the Jets.

EDGE Analysis

Sunday's stats are a little misleading. Following an early Jets turnover, Keenum connected with rookie Courtland Sutton for an opening touchdown in the back of the end zone. He was relatively quiet until the end of the game with the Jets up by multiple scores and playing soft coverage. Head coach Vance Joseph has bemoaned how Denver is built to run the ball and play defense in close games. Having Keenum throw the ball 51 times is not Denver's winning formula. The misfortune is likely to continue on Sunday as Joseph takes on his old mentor, Rams defensive coordinator Wade Phillips, who was also with Denver during its Super-Bowl run.

Case Keenum
QB DEN (10)
2 months ago

Keenum donned a knee brace during Thursday's practice, but was listed as a full participant on the team's injury report, Zac Stevens of BSNDenver.com. "Case came out of the [Week 3] game fairly healthy," coach Vance Joseph said of the quarterback. "He had no swelling, he has no issues. He should obviously feel better this week."

EDGE Analysis

Keenum experience some knee soreness coming out of the Week 2 win over the Raiders, resulting in him getting practice off last Wednesday before returning to the field the following two days. The fact that he logged a full session for the Broncos' first practice of the current week seemingly supports Joseph's comments about Keenum's health outlook taking a turn for the better. With any lingering soreness or swelling having subsided, Keenum should be poised to turn in a bounce-back performance Monday against an underwhelming Chiefs secondary after he was limited to a season-worst 5.6 yards per attempt in the Week 3 loss to the Ravens.

Case Keenum
QB DEN (10)
2 months ago

Keenum went for 22 of 34 for 192 passing yards and an interception during Sunday's 27-14 loss in Baltimore.

EDGE Analysis

With the Broncos knocking on the Ravens door midway through the fourth quarter, Denver's faithful could have felt another comeback for Keenum. Instead, he threw off his back foot and gave up a drive-killing interception. Keenum has made a habit of starting slow and depending on moxie to make up for it late. It was too little too late on Sunday as Baltimore's front knocked him off-kilter. He'll get an easier assignment next Monday night against a porous Kansas City defense and, with the way the Chiefs have been scoring, he'll need to rid himself of his early-game woes to keep up.

Case Keenum
QB DEN (10)
2 months ago

Keenum (knee) practiced fully Thursday, Zac Stevens of BSNDenver.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

Keenum's availability for this weekend's game against the Ravens is in no peril and he'll look to bounce back from a subpar fantasy outing in Week 2, in which he completed 19 of 35 pass attempts for 222 yards and an interception in a 20-19 win over Oakland. He'll be taking aim Sunday at a Baltimore defense that embarrassed the Bills in a 47-3 triumph in Week 1, then turned around surrendered four passing TDs to the Bengals in a 34-23 loss this past Sunday.