"We'll go this season with T.J. starting as our two," Kubiak said. "I couldn't have made a wrong decision. They both played so well."
Kubiak said Yates "answered the bell" from the challenge by Keenum, who had a stellar spring and summer during the competition.
"It was a matter of one guy really raising his level of play in Case, and how far he's come," Kubiak said. "I think he has a very bright future."
"T.J. played as good as he's played around here," Kubiak said.
He also added that the depth chart behind starter
Offensive coordinator Rick Dennison said that "it's very rare" to have a pair of reserve quarterbacks on a team to play at such a high caliber.
"To have two guys that you feel real comfortable with, that's great for us," Dennison said.
Dennison added that Keenum's progression was a fast one, since joining the Texans as an undrafted rookie in May of 2012.