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QB WAS

College: Houston | 7 years
Height: 6'1" | Weight: 215 lbs
Birth Date: 2/17/1988
Depth Chart: QB.1
2019 Bye Week: 10

Owned: 21.5%
Started: 4.2%
Total Pts: 50.05
Avg Pts: 25.03
Rank: 6 QB

Free Agent

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Week 131.00Case Keenum 380 passing yds (19.00 pts)
Case Keenum 3 passing TDs (12.00 pts)
. . . Case Keenum 48 yd TD pass to Vernon Davis
. . . Case Keenum 69 yd TD pass to Terry McLaurin
. . . Case Keenum 4 yd TD pass to Trey Quinn
Week 219.05Case Keenum 221 passing yds (11.05 pts)
Case Keenum 2 passing TDs (8.00 pts)
. . . Case Keenum 9 yd TD pass to Paul Richardson Jr.
. . . Case Keenum 1 yd TD pass to Terry McLaurin
Week 318.5022-241yds / 1.3TDs 2-7yds / 0.1TDs projected
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Player Notes
Sep 15 8:20pm ET

Washington Redskins quarterback Case Keenum was held in check by the Dallas defense for most of Sunday's Week 2 loss, but a pair of touchdowns late in the second half saved his fantasy day. Keenum finished with 26 completions on 37 attempts for 221 yards and the two scores. He also didn't commit any turnovers, giving him a decent floor for any DFS player brave enough to roll the dice on him against the Cowboys. His Week 3 matchup figures to be his toughest yet, as the Redskins will host the Bears on Monday Night Football. Keenum's first two weeks in Washington have gone relatively well, but the Chicago defense renders him nothing more than a bench stash if you're looking to grab a QB on the waiver wire for Week 3.

From RotoBaller

Sep 12 11:00pm ET

Washington Redskins quarterback Case Keenum is coming off an impressive Week 1 outing, but a repeat against the Cowboys would be surprising. For starters, there is the obvious disadvantage of playing behind an offensive line that will be hard-pressed to stop Demarcus Lawrence on the pass rush. His receivers are also going to have to put up with an underrated Dallas secondary all day. There is the potential for game flow to work in Keenum's favor, as Washington could reasonably be expected to be playing from behind for most of this game. That said, this isn't a bye week and the Cowboys are a defense you should be avoiding in fantasy matchups where you can help it. You can find a safer QB for Week 2.

From RotoBaller

Sep 10 1:00pm ET

Redskins' QB Case Keenum scored an impressive 31.00 fantasy points in Sunday's Week 1 loss in Philadelphia. Keenum threw for 380 yards on 30-of-44 with three touchdowns.

Sep 8 9:23pm ET

Washington Redskins QB Case Keenum completed 30 of his 44 pass attempts for 380 yards and three touchdowns in a 32-27 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 1.

Fantasy Spin: Keenum will likely surrender the starting gig to rookie Dwayne Haskins at some point, but he's played well for stretches in the past and could be a useful streaming option in the meantime.

From TheHuddle

Sep 8 4:40pm ET

Washington Redskins quarterback Case Keenum had himself a day against the Philadelphia Eagles. Keenum's final line for Week 1 was 30 completions on 45 attempts, 380 yards, three touchdowns, and zero turnovers. The Redskins were supposed to roll over for the Eagles in this matchup, but Keenum would have none of it, leading the Redskins to a 20-7 halftime lead on early touchdown tosses to Vernon Davis and Terry McLaurin. Washington's defense faltered down the stretch, forcing Keenum to continue to throw and rack up more fantasy production in the second half. His day culminated in a garbage-time touchdown to Trey Quinn. Most encouraging about Keenum's performance is that he connected with eight different pass-catchers. Keenum will have another tough test in Week 2 against the Cowboys, but so far, so good for the journeyman QB.

From RotoBaller

Sep 8 4:30pm ET

Redskins' QB Case Keenum passed for 380 yards on 30-of-44 with three touchdowns in Sunday's loss in Philadelphia.

Sep 5 10:00am ET

Washington Redskins quarterback Case Keenum will make his team debut in the hostile confines of Lincoln Financial Field against the Eagles on Sunday. The Eagles were a bend-but-don't-break pass defense in 2018, allowing the third-most yards through the air (4,308) but holding their opposition to 22 passing touchdowns. Keenum and the Redskins are working with a passing game comprised almost entirely of question marks, however, and Jay Gruden loves to run the ball. There just isn't any concrete evidence to suggest Keenum is going to throw often or that his pass catchers will be reliable. Steer clear of Keenum in fantasy lineups until further notice.

From RotoBaller

Sep 4 7:50pm ET

Washington Redskins left tackle Trent Williams didn't show up to the team facility to practice with the team on Wednesday and he won't play on Sunday in Week 1 against the Eagles. Williams' contract holdout will continue at least into Week 1, but there's a chance he could rejoin the team ahead of Week 2. The 2010 first-rounder has been to seven straight Pro Bowls, so losing him could be disastrous for an already shaky offensive line in front of quarterback Case Keenum. Philly's defense could find getting to the quarterback a much easier task this Sunday, making them a no-brainer play in fantasy.

From RotoBaller

Aug 29 2:20pm ET

Washington Redskins left tackle Trent Williams told former teammate DeAngelo Hall that he plans to continue his holdout into Week 1. Despite the Redskins belief that Williams will play for them in 2019, the disgruntled tackle looks to be content missing regular season action, at least to begin the year. An already questionable offensive line in front of mediocre quarterback Case Keenum could spell a lot of problems for the team in 2019. Ereck Flowers could wind up replacing Williams as the blind-side protector, which is a huge downgrade. There's not much to like about Washington's offense from a fantasy perspective as things stand currently.

From RotoBaller

Aug 26 2:20pm ET

Washington Redskins left tackle Trent Williams (head) is unlikely to be traded, according to head coach Jay Gruden. Williams has had several surgeries to remove a non-cancerous tumor on his head, but he is healthy and available to play. Williams is embattled with the team's medical staff and appears unwilling to play for the team. He has two years and $25 million left on his contract, but this stalemate looks like it could stretch into the season. He's arguably the best left tackle in the game, and his absence would hurt the offense universally. Quarterback Case Keenum was named the starter, but he doesn't have much fantasy value with or without Williams.

From RotoBaller

Aug 25 4:00pm ET

Washington Redskins QB Case Keenum has been named the starter for Week 1, head coach Jay Gruden said Sunday, Aug. 25.

Aug 25 3:30pm ET

Washington Redskins head coach Jay Gruden named quarterback Case Keenum the starting quarterback heading into the Week 1 matchup against the Eagles. This was expected to be the case with rookie Dwayne Haskins not quite ready to start in the NFL. Keenum is league average, at best, and will be operating behind a sketchy offensive line without many established weapons in the passing game. It probably won't be too long before Haskins gets his shot in 2019. Keenum offers very little upside for fantasy owners. You can do better with your QB2.

From RotoBaller

Aug 25 2:23pm ET

Updating previous reports, Washington Redskins QB Case Keenum has been named the starter for Week 1, head coach Jay Gruden said Sunday, Aug. 25.

Fantasy Spin: Keenum's leash will be microscopic, and it's only a matter of time before he gives way to first-round QB Dwayne Haskins. The old magic 8-ball suggests Haskins will start in Week 6 at the Miami Dolphins. The Redskins open the year with Philadelphia, Dallas, Chicago, the New York Giants and New England Patriots ... Keenum realistically can go 0-5 in that stretch. At any rate, speculation aside, Keenum has no fantasy value, and Haskins doesn't, either, in 2019.

From TheHuddle

Aug 23 9:40am ET

Washington Redskins quarterback Case Keenum completed nine of 14 passes for 101 yards in Thursday night's preseason game. He also lost a fumble, but from a passing standpoint it was his best performance of the preseason. Keenum has probably shown just enough to fend off Dwayne Haskins for the Week 1 starting job. It's worth noting his most successful season as a quarterback came in 2017 with a Vikings team that ran the ball often and played exceptional defense--the same formula the Redskins are going to try to win with in 2019. Keenum likely won't be asked to do enough to vault himself into the upper echelons of fantasy scoring among QBs, but he has much higher upside than any of the Redskins' options at the position from last year. He's at least worth paying attention to early on.

From RotoBaller

Aug 19 12:30pm ET

Washington Redskins quarterback Case Keenum is probably going to be named the Week 1 starter, but he hasn't closed the door on rookie Dwayne Haskins yet. Keenum has completed just seven of 16 pass attempts this preseason, good for a 43.8% completion rate. Keenum's advantage over Haskins is that he brings experience to a team that genuinely believes it can compete for a playoff spot in 2019, but a reassuring performance from him in Week 3 of the preseason would go a long way. Haskins has seen a bulk of the work at QB through Washington's first two games, with mixed results but likely higher upside. It stands to reason that head coach Jay Gruden's decision will come down to whether or not the rookie's ceiling outweighs the veteran's higher floor. Keenum and the first-team offense should see enough work in Thursday's exhibition to allow the coaching staff to make a determination. Either way, this is not an especially fantasy-friendly quarterback situation.

From RotoBaller

Aug 18 3:43pm ET

Washington Redskins QB Case Keenum is on track to the be the Week 1 starter under center, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter Sunday, Aug. 18. Head coach Jay Gruden said Colt McCoy (leg) may not be ready to return from a broken leg until 'two or three weeks into the season.'

Fantasy Spin: Keenum has much more fantasy appeal than McCoy and boosts the potential of the rest of the Redskins' offense, as well. He'll be a low-end QB2, but he offers more hope for the likes of WRs Josh Doctson, Paul Richardson, Trey Quinn and Terry McLaurin as late-round fliers.

From TheHuddle

Aug 13 8:13pm ET

Washington Redskins QB Case Keenum is on a path to being named the Week 1 starter under center, according to Rick Snider of The Washington Post, Tuesday, Aug. 13. Colt McCoy (undisclosed) sat out Tuesday's practice due to what head coach Jay Gruden called soreness. Rookie Dwayne Haskins has still looked 'like the rookie he is,' according to Snider.

Fantasy Spin: Keenum certainly has more fantasy appeal than McCoy, but Haskins is the only one worth worrying about as a dynasty stash or late-round target in deeper keeper leagues.

From TheHuddle

Aug 11 9:43pm ET

Washington Redskins QB Dwayne Haskins is still chasing QB Colt McCoy and QB Case Keenum in the quaterback competition but still has time to catch them, head coach Jay Gruden said Sunday, Aug. 11.

Fantasy Spin: While Haskins has work to do, it sounds like Gruden is hoping the rookie can win the starting gig. Whoever ends up under center for the Redskins is only going to be a low-end QB2 candidate.

From TheHuddle

Aug 9 3:30pm ET

Washington Redskins quarterback Case Keenum completed four passes on nine attempts for 60 yards and a touchdown against the Browns on Thursday night. Most of those yards were accounted for by a 46-yard touchdown when Keenum connected with Robert Davis in the first quarter. As is typically the case with early preseason action, we didn't learn a whole lot that we didn't already know. Keenum, the likely Week 1 starter, played the first few possessions before turning the game over to rookie Dwayne Haskins, who then saw the bulk of the action under center going forward. A veteran like Keenum is primarily expected to play mistake-free football in the preseason. Though his stat line is largely unimpressive outside of the long touchdown, he didn't commit any turnovers and he didn't take any sacks. He's still probably going undrafted in a vast majority of fantasy leagues, but he didn't give his coaching staff any reason to move him down the depth chart.

From RotoBaller

Aug 4 6:23pm ET

Washington Redskins QB Colt McCoy is listed as the starter under center on the team's first depth chart. Case Keenum is slotted in as the backup and rookie Dwayne Haskins is the third-strong quarterback.

Fantasy Spin: McCoy is the least appealing name of the three for fantasy purposes. The 32-year-old has spent four years in Washington but has started just six games. He completed 63 percent of his passes with three touchdowns and three interceptions last season.

From TheHuddle

Player Transactions
  • 13-Mar-2019: WAS - Traded - for 2020 sixth-round draft pick
  • 15-Mar-2018: DEN - Signed, Unrestricted FA - Two-year contract (through 2019)
  • 14-Mar-2018: MIN - Declared Free Agent
  • 14-Mar-2018: DEN - Signed, Unrestricted FA - Two-year contract (through 2019)
  • 31-Mar-2017: MIN - Signed, Unrestricted FA - One-year contract (through 2017)
  • 09-Mar-2017: LAR - Declared Free Agent
  • 18-Apr-2016: LAR - Re-signed, Restricted FA
  • 09-Mar-2016: LAR - Restricted Free Agent
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2019 Season50.05568160151-1000
Week 1@PHI31.003044380300000
Week 2DAL19.05263722120-1000
Week 3CHI
Week 4@NYG
Week 5NWE
Week 6@MIA
Week 7SFO
Week 8@MIN
Week 9@BUF
Week 10bye
Week 11NYJ
Week 12DET
Week 13@CAR
Week 14@GNB
Week 15PHI
Week 16NYG
Week 17@DAL