Houston Texans quarterback Case Keenum had 60 fantasy points in his first three starts, including a 28-point explosion in his second outing. He looked like a young quarterback with potential, and many fantasy owners jumped on him to cover in byes or for injured starters. Keenum "rewarded" those players with two abysmal games in a row, including an awful performance Sunday in the Texans' 13-6 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Keenum completed 18-of-34 passes Sunday for only 169 yards, with no scores and an interception. He had only four fantasy points, with a season-low passer rating and his first game without a score all season. There were no bright spots for Keenum or the Texans, who lost their ninth straight game after starting the season 2-0.
Fantasy impact: Fantasy owners who were still rolling with Keenum even after his short-term benching a week ago surely know better at this point; the quarterback isn't even worth owning. It wouldn't even be a shock if the Texans went back to former starter Matt Schaub going forward, as it is growing ever clearer that Keenum is at best not ready for the job, and at worst not qualified to be an NFL quarterback.