'We're going to go 6-10 or 7-9 whatever, it is just because we want to be safe?'" Gannon said. "He's going to put his best guy who gives him the best chance to win. The best guy right now is Case Keenum. It may not be the sexiest thing, but believe me, their problems are a lot more extensive than the quarterback position."
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