Published: Tue, November 14, 2017
Sport | By Wilson Duncan

What to do with Case Keenum Sunday

What to do with Case Keenum Sunday

Keenum finished the contest with 27 completions for 288 yards, two touchdowns, and an interception. He only has two games with over 250 passing yards this season and he has been intercepted at least once in the Vikings' last three outings.

Washington (4-5) travels this weekend to take on the red-hot New Orleans Saints (7-2), winners of their last seven contest and occupying the number five spot in the latest rankings. - Vikings quarterback Case Keenum and running back Latavius Murray felt left out. The Vikings gave up almost double the 16.9 points they had allowed per game during the first half of the season.

"Not my best decision; you definitely won't see me doing that going forward", Diggs told KFAN after the game. The Vikings have a very physical and mobile line and it was on great display in this game.

"A win's a win, so obviously I'm very pleased with that, but we made things interesting, " Keenum said. Diggs, from a Maryland suburb of Washington, had four catches for 78 yards. Love Diggs' emotion; don't like it costing the Vikings 15 yards. That celebration came a month after tight end Kyle Rudolph scored at Chicago the Vikings played "Duck, Duck, Gray Duck". Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater said with a laugh. In the second half against Washington, Keenum made consecutive throws that illustrated why the Texans and Rams benched him. Swearinger, cornerback Josh Norman and other players lamented a lack of consistency from week to week, leading to the question of whether the Redskins can handle and sustain success.

Alexander actually had a decent return when Washington quarterback Kirk Cousins threw a ball that was batted by Vikings nose tackle Linval Joseph. The second one came on the first play of the fourth quarter and was returned 31 yards to the Minnesota 2. Then on Case Keenum's next throw early in the fourth quarter, the SC product picked off another pass. Afterward, he praised everyone from his neighbors in Liberty City, Fla., to locker room neighbor Keenum.

It wasn't awesome when Keenum fluttered a ball into the air late in the third quarter that Swearinger snagged downfield at the Washington 19.

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