Los Angeles Rams will stay with Case Keenum as their quarterback
Lake Charles, Louisiana
November 7, 2016 6:12pm CST
Chris Wesserling reports the news on Monday the Los Angeles Rams will stay with Case Keenum as their starting quarterback until the Rams are not in contention to make the playoffs. The Rams (3-5) are still in the playoff race but since they do not have an effective running game to assist their starting quarterback Case Keenum execute the game plan to lead the team to more wins than they currently have, the chances of making the playoffs this year are almost gone, On Sunday during the Rams 13-10 loss to the Carolina Panthers at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Rams fans wanted rookie Jared Goff to replace Keenum during the game. The reason the Rams coaches do not plan to replace Keenum with Goff is that Goff is not ready to lead the team at this time. Without a running game to keep their opponents defenses away from the quarterback, Goff will not fare any better leading the team at this time to more wins than Keenum has done so far.
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