“I’ve got to sit down and look at our situation and what’s going on right now,” Kubiak said Monday. “Obviously, Matt’s our starting quarterback. Case (Keenum) play this week because Matt wasn’t healthy. Case went in and played extremely well. I’m going to sit down, we’re on a bye week, I’m going to evaluate where we’re at as a team and move forward form there. So I’m going to do that everywhere, not just at the quarterback position, I’ll do that at every place.”
Keenum passed for 271 yards and one touchdown in Sunday’s 17-16 loss to the Chiefs. He was sacked five times by Kansas City’s top-ranked defense. Chiefs linebacker Tamba Hali’s final sack on Keenum forced him to fumble in the final minutes of the fourth quarter, Houston’s only turnover of the game.
Kubiak said he was most impressed with Keenum’s ability to run the offense and call plays despite the noise at Arrowhead Stadium. With Schaub getting closer to returning, Kubiak says he has a tough decision on which quarterback will start against Indianapolis on November 3.
“That’s a difficult call, either way, from that standpoint,” Kubiak said. “I’m going to look at it. Matt is back moving around a little bit today. We’ve got a bye week here. We have a couple of days to evaluate ourselves, evaluate our football team and see where we’re at and then I will do what I think is best for the team.”