“We actually repeated again today," Phillips said. "We had to do it again twice because we needed, it wasn’t part of the schedule, but we wanted to do it again so he would get more comfortable with it. It’s something that he really did well in college. We’ve got get him on that page as far as we’re concerned.”
Besides getting his first career NFL win, Keenum wants to grow in his decision making and game management skills. Against Indianapolis in Week 9, Keenum’s first-half performance is one he hopes to build up for Sunday’s rematch against the Colts.
Keenum has thrown 9 touchdowns and 4 interceptions with a 54.3 percent completion rate this season. He threw for a career-high 350 yards and tied his season-best with a three touchdown performance. Keenum will make his eighth start on Sunday against the Colts.