In case you’re wondering … Case Keenum, not Jared Goff, is still the Rams’ QB

THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. — Yes, Los Angeles Rams coach Jeff Fisher was asked Monday about replacing Case Keenum with Jared Goff at quarterback.

Yes, Keenum remains his guy.

“I don’t want to be a broken record here,” Fisher said of Goff, “but we’re going to play him when he’s ready.”

Goff, taken No. 1 overall in the 2016 draft, was promoted from an inactive third-stringer to the Rams’ primary backup Sunday and watched from the sideline as his team snuck out a 9-3 win over the division-rival Seattle Seahawks in front of more than 91,000 fans at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. It was the first regular-season NFL game there since Christmas Eve of 1994.

Fisher called it “a great experience” for Goff.

“He loved it,” said the coach. “I talked to him this morning. I said, ‘This is going to be your home for a long time.’ He was excited about that.”

Keenum, who had struggled in Week 1, played better on Sunday, going 18 of 30 for 239 yards without committing a turnover. But the Rams remain the only NFL team that has yet to score a touchdown, and Keenum’s QBR through the first two weeks (20.7) was easily the worst among the 31 qualifying quarterbacks when Monday began.

By the end of Week 3, as many as four quarterbacks drafted after Goff will have started an NFL game. Carson Wentz of the Philadelphia Eagles (second overall) and Dak Prescott of the Dallas Cowboys (135th) have started each of the first two games. Cody Kessler (93rd) is expected to start for the Cleveland Browns next weekend, with Robert Griffin III and Josh McCown both dealing with shoulder injuries. And Jacoby Brissett (91st) could start for the New England Patriots Thursday now that their backup, Jimmy Garoppolo, has suffered a sprained AC joint.

To be fair, three of the aforementioned names will have become the main guy under center because of injuries to a starter. The other, Wentz, was named the starter after the trade of Sam Bradford and has played brilliantly, completing 61 percent of his passes for 468 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions.

Broncos extend Emmanuel Sanders’ contract through 2019

The Denver Broncos on Wednesday agreed to a three-year extension with wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders.

Terms were not disclosed, but a source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter that Sanders’ contract is worth $33 million, with $27 million fully guaranteed.

We’ve crunched the numbers using our projections of Football Outsiders’ DVOA ratings, which account for general statistical trends and specific personnel changes. The numbers here come from an updated set of projections that account for preseason injuries and suspensions. For major injuries that don’t have a definite timetable, we assumed Tony Romo would be back by Week 12 with a 50 percent chance of returning between Week 8 and Week 11, and we assumed Justin Houston would return to the Kansas City Chiefs sometime between Week 7 and Week 10.

Of course, the strongest projected schedule for 2016 is only about half as strong as the hardest schedule from 2015, because our team projections are naturally conservative. Going into a new season, no team is guaranteed to be as good as last year’s best team or as bad as last year’s worst team.

Here are all 32 teams ranked in order from the hardest projected schedule to the easiest. You can read the full file or skip directly to your team using the links below.

This is what happens when you play in a division with the two of the best teams in the NFL. In fact, Seattle and Arizona are the two best teams going into 2016, according to our projections, and the Rams are about average. It doesn’t help that the two teams the 49ers play by virtue of finishing last in 2015, Dallas and Chicago, are both expected to improve this season. At least the 49ers’ game against the Cowboys comes in Week 4, long before Tony Romo has any hope of returning.

“It’s why we drafted him where we drafted him,” he said. “It’s why we [traded for] DeMarco. DeMarco is as good as I thought he was, too. So we’re pretty fortunate. Nobody’s shown that they are not capable of being pretty darn good for us.”

The Titans don’t plan to designate anyone as the third-down back, and feel comfortable with either player being on the field when he is more likely to be asked to block or run a route.