Vikings stick with hot hand, name Keenum as starter against Rams

Vikings stick with hot hand, name Keenum as starter against Rams

Vikings stick with hot hand, name Keenum as starter against Rams

Keenum, who's 5-2 as a starter this season and helped the Vikings start their winning streak on October 8 by relieving an injured Sam Bradford in Chicago, will keep the job while Teddy Bridgewater spends another week as his backup.

The move was expected after Keenum threw a career-high four touchdown passes in leading the Vikings to their fifth straight win, 38-30 last Sunday at Washington.

Minnesota has a long road ahead of them as their opponents for the rest of the season have a combined record of 35-29, and their next test is up against the hot L.A. Rams on Sunday, Nov. 18 at 1 p.m. Keenum has outperformed the expectations of a backup and has the Vikings sitting on top of the NFC North. Goff is at the helm of an offense on pace to lead the league in scoring after finishing dead last in points past year. The Minnesota Vikings have won five of their last six home games. The Vikings host the Rams Sunday. He did start nine games for Los Angeles past year, completing 60.9 percent of his passes with nine touchdowns and 11 interceptions. Eric Kendricks leads the Minnesota Vikings with 71 tackles, Everson Griffen has 10 sacks and Harrison Smith has three interceptions.

The Vikings signed Keenum to a one-year deal this offseason in hopes he would backup Sam Bradford.

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In the meantime, Keenum remains in charge of the offense.

Zimmer said the decision to start Keenum was "not hard".

"I can't put our team in tough spots like that", Keenum said.

If you say it's you, I call liar. "We battled through, and made the right plays when we needed to, but I've just got to be smart in those situations". "And it ain't broken, so you don't fix it".

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