The other option would be Case Keenum, although he’s almost certainly starting Week One and teams often give their starters the night off in the final preseason game. Goff, who feels he’s made “really good strides” this summer, would like that chance.
“It would be great,” Goff said, via the Los Angeles Times. “It’s something I’m more used to, kind of getting out there and going in right away instead of trying to warm up again on the sidelines. Whatever it is, I’ll be ready.”