Case Keenum History & Stats
Keenum attended Wylie High School in Abilene, Texas. During his high school career, Keenum made 42 starts and totaled 6,783 passing yards. He also added 48 touchdowns and added 2,000 rushing yards and 41 rushing touchdowns. Keenum, as a high school junior in 2004, led the Wylie Bulldogs to their only state victory with a 17-14 win in the Texas Class 3A Division I championship game.
During five active seasons (2007-2011) with the University of Houston Cougars, Keenum played 57 games and was 1,546-of-2,229 passing for 19,217 total yards, 155 touchdowns and 46 interceptions. He also rushed for 897 yards and 23 scores on the ground. While playing for the Cougars, Keenum was named the Conference USA Freshman of the Year (2007); Conference USA Offensive Player of the Year (2008); was a two-time Conference USA Most Valuable Player (2009 and 2011) and also in 2009 and 2011 was awarded the Sammy Baugh Trophy as the nation’s top collegiate passer. He became the NCAA's all-time leader in total passing yards, touchdowns, and completions
Case Keenum made his first career start on Oct. 20, 2013 for the Houston Texans, when Matt Schaub was sidelined due to injury. Keenum completed 15 of 25 passes for 271 yards, a touchdown and a passer rating of 110.6 in his NFL debut.
As the Los Angeles Rams quarterback, Keenum played 10 games during the 2016 season, starting nine of them, and was 196-of-322 passing for 2,201 yards, nine touchdowns and 11 interceptions. His quarterback rating in 2016 was 76.4.
Case Keenum led the Minnesota Vikings to a 13-3 record as the second-most-accurate passer in the league (67.6 percent). Of the quarterbacks starting playoff games last season, Keenum had the best regular-season Total QBR at 69.6 -- second only to the now-injured Carson Wentz's 75.7, and better than Tom Brady's 67.2. Keenum went on to lead the Vikings to the NFC Championship.
Case Keenum Career Stats
Year Team CMP% YDS TD INT Rating
2017 Vikings 67.6 3,547 22 7 98.3
2016 Rams 60.9 2,201 9 11 76.4
2015 Rams 60.8 828 4 1 87.7
2014 Texans 58.4 435 2 2 72.2
2013 Texans 54.2 1,760 9 6 78.2