4. Case Keenum
Aside from his abysmal performance against the Chicago Bears in Week 3, Case Keenum has had a pretty solid 2019 campaign so far, going 105-of-160 for 1,136 yards, nine touchdowns, and four interceptions.
He was benched in favor of rookie quarterback Dwayne Haskins prior to Week 5’s matchup against the Giants.
After a terrible performance by Haskins in the game and the firing of Jay Gruden, Keenum was re-inserted as the starter for in Week 6 against the Dolphins, helping the Redskins get their first victory of the season.
Keenum has been a bright spot in a very dark season for the Redskins, and is far from the problem in Washington. That being said, regardless of what happens with Haskins, Keenum turns 32 in February of next year, and he’s probably not the long-term answer in Washington.
Keenum would be a good option for the Titans if they decide to draft a quarterback in next year’s draft. Even if that rookie quarterback wins the starting job, Keenum is a more-than-capable starter in this league, and if needed, can start and win games in a pinch.