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Topic - Wes Bunting
"Is this a guy I'm going to trust to win football games for me in the NFL week in and week out? Absolutely not," Bunting said. "But as a No. 2 or No. 3 guy early ... When you watch around the NFL and Tyler Palko's your backup, you can't convince me that this guy doesn't have a spot in the NFL. I think he could be that No. 3 guy early, he'll develop into a No. 2. Kind of like what the Packers are trying to do with Graham Harrell. I think he can make a comfortable living in the NFL as a reserve-type quarterback."
He said that while Keenum doesn't have the size and the arm strength to make all of the throws in the NFL, he has shown some improvement this year and as he gets older will get stronger and more precise.