Case Keenum’s play justifies keeping him as Vikings’ starting QB

LANDOVER, Md. — Minnesota Vikings quarterback Case Keenum picked the perfect time to play one of his best games of the year. Teddy Bridgewater, the team’s star signal-caller, was finally back in uniform after a gruesome knee injury sidelined him for nearly 15 months. The Vikings were trying to push their current winning streak to five games, while creating more momentum in their run at the NFC North title. This could’ve been the moment when Keenum’s flaws proved fatal. Instead, he told the world that the Vikings will have a tough decision to make.

The most notable aspect of Minnesota’s 38-30 win over Washington wasn’t the fact that Bridgewater is finally ready to start playing football again after what many described as a career-threatening injury. It was that Keenum morphed into a quarterback who looked capable of leading the Vikings in a way many expected Bridgewater to do. Keenum torched the Redskins in FedEx Field for 304 yards and four touchdowns. In doing so, he became the first quarterback to surpass the 300-yard mark against Washington’s defense all season.

That kind of effort was more than enough

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