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imatexan
11-02-2008, 03:03 PM
Does not suck! We were just talking about how great our offense was last week. He got hurt made a bad INT, he did not look that bad at all!

TheIronDuke
11-02-2008, 03:04 PM
I agree that he doesn't suck, disagree that he didn't look bad today. That pass to Leach should've been an easy six but he shorted it horribly.

imatexan
11-02-2008, 03:06 PM
Ya because he had to throw off his back leg and was hurt..

New_Texans
11-02-2008, 03:07 PM
I agree that he doesn't suck, disagree that he didn't look bad today. That pass to Leach should've been an easy six but he shorted it horribly.

He tried to throw it but he didn't have his leg drive to get it there since his knee was messed up. He made the right decision but due to his knee he couldn't get it done, compare that to Sage's int.

UK_Texan
11-02-2008, 03:10 PM
He doesnt suck he just has trouble against the better D's of the league, and stronger opposition

TheIronDuke
11-02-2008, 03:16 PM
He tried to throw it but he didn't have his leg drive to get it there since his knee was messed up. He made the right decision but due to his knee he couldn't get it done, compare that to Sage's int.

Yeah so if you can't make the throw then don't throw it. I know he was hurt so he should've played it safe. I'm tired of our QB's attempting risky plays that end up giving the opponent the ball.

J-Russ
11-02-2008, 03:21 PM
Does not suck! We were just talking about how great our offense was last week. He got hurt made a bad INT, he did not look that bad at all!

Thats exactly the problem. We can't count on him to stay healthy like we can't count on Sage to win the game with a 17 point lead with 5 minutes left. We have no QBs, just a bunch of chumps.

I am going to really hate using another draft pick on a QB.... which will probably bust like every other QB we had.

Hagar
11-02-2008, 03:31 PM
No, he sucks. If we're measuring Schaub by what he does against the Detroit or Cincinnati, then we need to adjust our priorities. When Schaub faces a good defense like Minnesota or Tennessee, he coughs up the ball 3 times. He sucks.

And I'm off the Sage wagon as well. It looks like we have two backups for starters. One of these two will have to make a big step forward or we'll have to bring in some serious competition for them over the off season.

ATXtexanfan
11-02-2008, 03:32 PM
Ya because he had to throw off his back leg and was hurt..

that's the problem, doesn't have a strong arm, brady, peyton, brett would have made that throw

Carr Bombed
11-02-2008, 03:33 PM
Never said he "sucks" or he's "great"......he's probably somewhere inbetween, but it doesn't matter, becuase one thing I have said is..

HE CAN'T STAY HEALTHY, so it really doesn't matter what the hell he is....it's "where he is", and that's on the sideline.

Norg
11-02-2008, 03:37 PM
Matt is good yes but Can he stay upright ***NO*** Thus hes damanged goods just like Green

A damanged goods needs to be shown the back door

Carr stayed here for 5 years becasue at least he could stay healthy

if this keeps going maybe Matty will have 3 years

imatexan
11-02-2008, 03:39 PM
Matt is good yes but Can he stay upright ***NO*** Thus hes damanged goods just like Green

A damanged goods needs to be shown the back door

Carr stayed here for 5 years becasue at least he could stay healthy

if this keeps going maybe Matty will have 3 years



Here is a new brilliant idea: Give him some protection!!!!

Its his fault that he cant stay healthy because he gets sacked?
No.

Carr Bombed
11-02-2008, 03:59 PM
Here is a new brilliant idea: Give him some protection!!!!

Its his fault that he cant stay healthy because he gets sacked?
No.

Every QB in this league gets sacked so that's not really a valid argument.

Could it be just plain bad luck....yes, but Houston did give up some of the fewest sack totals last season and he was still in and out of the lineup with injuries.......when on the flip side (hate to say this) you have somebody like David Carr who got piledrived into the ground every other passing play, but he kept getting up. Carr was durable.......about the only thing he had going for him.

Norg
11-02-2008, 04:03 PM
Here is a new brilliant idea: Give him some protection!!!!

Its his fault that he cant stay healthy because he gets sacked?
No.


IMO hes got protection

Winston a pretty good vet

Brown a up and coming rookie

maybe a new center would be good i agree with u there

The1ApplePie
11-02-2008, 04:04 PM
Fragile Mattie

Can't take a hit
seems generally affraid of defenses at times
can't stay healthy

At the end of the day Matt is basically Daunte Culpepper:

A mediocre QB that looks good because he has the best WR in the NFL to throw to

imatexan
11-02-2008, 04:05 PM
Every QB gets sacked as much as Schaub

Not a chance

J-Russ
11-02-2008, 04:07 PM
IMO hes got protection

Winston a pretty good vet

Brown a up and coming rookie

maybe a new center would be good i agree with u there

Both our tackles got beat like a drum all day long. God, did you see Ray Edwards(who?) abused Winston and threw him down like a rag doll in the 1st quarter. The inside protection wasn't any better either.

The1ApplePie
11-02-2008, 04:07 PM
Every QB gets sacked as much as Schaub

Not a chance

Big Ben gets sacked alot more and he isn't begging his coach to pull him from games.

Matt has laid on the field in a heap from a nudge before

imatexan
11-02-2008, 04:09 PM
Big Ben gets sacked alot more and he isn't begging his coach to pull him from games.

Matt has laid on the field in a heap from a nudge before


You saw him begging to get out the game?

Norg
11-02-2008, 04:11 PM
Both our tackles got beat like a drum all day long. God, did you see Ray Edwards(who?) abused Winston and threw him down like a rag doll in the 1st quarter. The inside protection wasn't any better either.

thats true i think we deff need to Get a new Center and tackle

and this hurts me to say this but our TE OD needs to stop playing WR he needs to block more now and help our QB stay alive

we will just live and die on are WR is guess

heck even Leech needs to pass rush block and let slaton fend for himself LOL

Runner
11-02-2008, 04:12 PM
Both our tackles got beat like a drum all day long. God, did you see Ray Edwards(who?) abused Winston and threw him down like a rag doll in the 1st quarter. The inside protection wasn't any better either.

Give them a chance to gel. :sarcasm:

Nawzer
11-02-2008, 04:12 PM
The loss is on the offense today. Both Schaub and Rosenfels made huge mistakes at crucial points in the game. O-line was terrible and even I could've probably sacked the qb today with the way the interior was penetrating our line. Tough loss but I don't see the need for drastic changes. But I will say though again that the running plays were suspect. Why did the Texans insist on running running right up the middle of the Vikings when you know that's where their strength is??? Didn't make any sense to me.

The1ApplePie
11-02-2008, 04:12 PM
You saw him begging to get out the game?

Against Tennessee (2007, 2008)
Against the Steelers (2008)

Leahmic223
11-02-2008, 04:13 PM
Both our tackles got beat like a drum all day long. God, did you see Ray Edwards(who?) abused Winston and threw him down like a rag doll in the 1st quarter. The inside protection wasn't any better either.

I thought I was the only one...

It looked like IMO...i'm not a football genius...but IMO it looked like the Vikings got pressure with their front 4...and if you can get pressure with 4 guys...you can focus on the pass which is our strentgh and they took that away because they have a better Dline than we have a Oline.

imatexan
11-02-2008, 04:14 PM
Against Tennessee (2007, 2008)
Against the Steelers (2008)

Hmm funny, never seen that.

GP
11-02-2008, 04:14 PM
Fragile Mattie

Can't take a hit
seems generally affraid of defenses at times
can't stay healthy

At the end of the day Matt is basically Daunte Culpepper:

A mediocre QB that looks good because he has the best WR in the NFL to throw to

Quoted for truth.

It's why I have Schaub Radley as my avatar. Matt, on the sideline, looks like Boo Radley from "To Kill A Mockingbird." He looks like the sickly kid whose parents have kept inside his whole life.

Of course, Sage is...well, he's Rosencopter.

So we're pretty much screwed until we can obtain a QB who knows how to win under PRESSURE. Consistently.

I stand by my assertion that Matt Schaub is not going to hack it. He looks good against mediocre defenses, but he crumbles like gingerbread under pressure. Pure fact. And you say, "Well, so does Sage." So damn what! The propped up QB King (Matt) isn't supposed to be worse than Sage. LOL. But there he was, watching from the sideline again.

The Vikings defense didn't have as much pep in their step with Sage taking the snaps. They started covering Texans receivers more than trying to blitz Sage. The blitzing subsiding considerably, I'd say, without even looking at the actual play-by-play.

Matt has legs of sand in the pocket.

Oh, and I think I deserve a freaking apology from all the posters here who bullied me all last week for DARING to even question the 3-straight-game winning streak. Where'd we end up? Falling flat, on the road, against a beatable team.

4-straight games at home, against piss poor teams, will do wonders for your record fellas.

This offense is POTENT. It's clicking. But the setback at QB, both of 'em, is glaring. Isn't it?

Done.

imatexan
11-02-2008, 04:17 PM
Quoted for truth.

It's why I have Schaub Radley as my avatar. Matt, on the sideline, looks like Boo Radley from "To Kill A Mockingbird." He looks like the sickly kid whose parents have kept inside his whole life.

Of course, Sage is...well, he's Rosencopter.

So we're pretty much screwed until we can obtain a QB who knows how to win under PRESSURE. Consistently.

I stand by my assertion that Matt Schaub is not going to hack it. He looks good against mediocre defenses, but he crumbles like gingerbread under pressure. Pure fact. And you say, "Well, so does Sage." So damn what! The propped up QB King (Matt) isn't supposed to be worse than Sage. LOL. But there he was, watching from the sideline again.

The Vikings defense didn't have as much pep in their step with Sage taking the snaps. They started covering Texans receivers more than trying to blitz Sage. The blitzing subsiding considerably, I'd say, without even looking at the actual play-by-play.

Matt has legs of sand in the pocket.

Oh, and I think I deserve a freaking apology from all the posters here who bullied me all last week for DARING to even question the 3-straight-game winning streak. Where'd we end up? Falling flat, on the road, against a beatable team.

4-straight games at home, against piss poor teams, will do wonders for your record fellas.

This offense is POTENT. It's clicking. But the setback at QB, both of 'em, os glaring. Isn't it?

Done.



Awsome man, way to show your support!
Making fun of both our QB's in your sig. and avatar!

Mari-OWNED!
11-02-2008, 04:18 PM
We were just talking about how great our offense was last week.

We were playing an 0-7 team last week. The week before that was an 0-6 team.

Catch my drift?

GP
11-02-2008, 04:25 PM
Awsome man, way to show your support!
Making fun of both our QB's in your sig. and avatar!

Making fun of them?

How about this: I'm trying to have some freaking LEVITY considering the fact that our QB situation is absurd.

What else am I going to do? Pretend we're just a few plays away from being a legitimate NFL team? I prefer to live in reality 90% of the time, and during that 90% of the time Im going to do whatever I can to lighten the harshness of said reality.

Didn't know you were the fan police.

DerekLee1
11-02-2008, 04:31 PM
I thought I was the only one...

It looked like IMO...i'm not a football genius...but IMO it looked like the Vikings got pressure with their front 4...and if you can get pressure with 4 guys...you can focus on the pass which is our strentgh and they took that away because they have a better Dline than we have a Oline.

The Vikings have the best D-Line in the NFL, hands down. We have a rookie LT and an average RT. Of COURSE the QB's were going to get manhandled. But when it comes down to it, we were in the game right up into the last 30 seconds against a VERY good defense. Sure, the QB's made a couple of bad mistakes, but I still pin this on the defense for allowing Gus Frerotte to look like Dan Marino in his prime.

Norg
11-02-2008, 04:33 PM
so whats the verdict on next year do we give Matty another Go or do we kick him to the curve ??????

right now hes making a good case for himself to be kicked to the curve IMO

this is the mid way point of the season BTW

Killed by pitts
Killed by tenn
PLayed even with Jaxs
Didnt play wk 4
played even with Fins
beat a loser team
beat a loser team
and injured by half in Minn

thats not a very good report card IMO

Leahmic223
11-02-2008, 04:35 PM
Well we still have a lot of season left. If we go with right now...might as well keep him because we have much bigger needs than just QB. Our interior Oline isn't very good...which is why we get destroyed by 3-4 teams and teams with good DTs...and our secondary...as usual....sucks. Our front 7 has improved and our Reciving players do a great job of winning/keeping us in games. I just see much bigger needs than QB right now.

imatexan
11-02-2008, 04:37 PM
so whats the verdict on next year do we give Matty another Go or do we kick him to the curve ??????

right now hes making a good case for himself to be kicked to the curve IMO

this is the mid way point of the season BTW

Killed by pitts
Killed by tenn
PLayed even with Jaxs
Didnt play wk 4
played even with Fins
beat a loser team
beat a loser team
and injured by half in Minn

thats not a very good report card IMO


Killed By Tenn? Not at all
Even with fins? looked good got the W
Loser teams? We are also a loser team, a win is a win.

The1ApplePie
11-02-2008, 04:37 PM
Well we still have a lot of season left. If we go with right now...might as well keep him because we have much bigger needs than just QB. Our interior Oline isn't very good...which is why we get destroyed by 3-4 teams and teams with good DTs...and our secondary...as usual....sucks. Our front 7 has improved and our Reciving players do a great job of winning/keeping us in games. I just see much bigger needs than QB right now.

I think it comes down to wether Matt is worth the cap hit or not. He can be cut next year with no implications.

May want to sign a cheap game manager until the 2010 NFL draft when guys like Sanchez and Bradford will come out as seniors

Norg
11-02-2008, 04:42 PM
i dont follow the college scene what are the top 3 QB that will fit are system he in Houston

TheIronDuke
11-02-2008, 04:46 PM
i dont follow the college scene what are the top 3 QB that will fit are system he in Houston

Better question is which punter best fits into our special teams scheme methinks.

Leahmic223
11-02-2008, 04:49 PM
I think we need secondary help more than anything...I know the frustrations with the QB but I mean if we are going to keep Matt...lets at least get a defense, a good safety could really turn around our defense, look at what Reed/Polamalu/Sanders do for their teams. We may draft high enough to get one too :(

Carr Bombed
11-02-2008, 04:52 PM
thats true i think we deff need to Get a new Center and tackle

and this hurts me to say this but our TE OD needs to stop playing WR he needs to block more now and help our QB stay alive

we will just live and die on are WR is guess

heck even Leech needs to pass rush block and let slaton fend for himself LOL

There is nothing wrong with our tackles.......Brown is a rookie so he's going to get better and there is nothing wrong with Winston. Trust me the FO is definetely not looking for his replacement.....even probowl tackles struggle against some matchups sometimes, this is the NFL...you're not going to kick ass every Sunday, especially against a Dline like that.

However I do think we need a new Center.....I was never on Myers bandwagon (after I saw how easily he was moved during preseason), he's too light in the pants and gets tossed around like a doll.

If anything Houston needs a new center and RG......tackles are fine.

As far as keeping our TE in to block....he's not going to be there to pick off the fat boys coming up the middle. Owens was much more helpful and keeping our QBs safe as a emergency outlet pass option when they were under pressure.......he saved them more then a few times by getting open in the middle of the field, which is why he had a big day.

Norg
11-02-2008, 04:59 PM
Better question is which punter best fits into our special teams scheme methinks.

anybody is better then Turk IMO

Remember last year when he couldnt even fall on a ball a cost us a TD aganist The chargers man that day was a ol school Beat Down

eriadoc
11-02-2008, 05:03 PM
I am beginning to agree with Haynesworth re: Schaub. I'll give him until the end of the year to set his legacy, but if it's more of the same, I think the team has to start prepping for the future.

Norg
11-02-2008, 05:06 PM
There is nothing wrong with our tackles.......Brown is a rookie so he's going to get better and there is nothing wrong with Winston. Trust me the FO is definetely not looking for his replacement.....even probowl tackles struggle against some matchups sometimes, this is the NFL...you're not going to kick ass every Sunday, especially against a Dline like that.

However I do think we need a new Center.....I was never on Myers bandwagon (after I saw how easily he was moved during preseason), he's too light in the pants and gets tossed around like a doll.

If anything Houston needs a new center and RG......tackles are fine.

As far as keeping our TE in to block....he's not going to be there to pick off the fat boys coming up the middle. Owens was much more helpful and keeping our QBs safe as a emergency outlet pass option when they were under pressure.......he saved them more then a few times by getting open in the middle of the field, which is why he had a big day.

Yes so Myers and Winston are the week links

guess its back to Chris white has center and give the semi rookie Rashad butler a chance to take winston spot

at least we will know where he stands

Carr Bombed
11-02-2008, 05:11 PM
Yes so Myers and Winston are the week links

guess its back to Chris white has center and give the semi rookie Rashad butler a chance to take winston spot

at least we will know where he stands

Winston is NOT a weak link on the line........that's what I'm trying to say. He's our most consistent and arguably our best lineman, he just had a bad day.....it happens.

Chris Myers sucks and we could upgrade the RG position....everybody else is pretty solid.

Blake
11-02-2008, 06:59 PM
In my opinion Schaub has shown his true colors against a decent defense again. Sure he does well against the Lions and Bengals but put him up against the Vikings or Steelers and he stinks it up like today.

I dont understand how Sage gets labeled as a mental mistake QB when Schaub throws a pick and fumbles in 1/2 a game. Oh and Schaub led our team to 0 points today. Go team.

Mailman
11-02-2008, 08:10 PM
Has anyone heard anything definitive about his knee? Is he likely to play next week or will Sage pilot the chopper?

Corrosion
11-02-2008, 09:22 PM
Can we make an all encompassing Schaub thread , kinda like the all encompassing HWWNBM thread ?


Winston is NOT a weak link on the line........that's what I'm trying to say. He's our most consistent and arguably our best lineman, he just had a bad day.....it happens.

Chris Myers sucks and we could upgrade the RG position....everybody else is pretty solid.

Agree'd .... false start on a Center ?! :thinking:

He routinely gets pushed around .... he just doesnt have the size to play in the NFL.

Htownsportsfan
11-02-2008, 10:29 PM
Any word on the injury and its severity?

GP
11-02-2008, 10:51 PM
In my opinion Schaub has shown his true colors against a decent defense again. Sure he does well against the Lions and Bengals but put him up against the Vikings or Steelers and he stinks it up like today.

I dont understand how Sage gets labeled as a mental mistake QB when Schaub throws a pick and fumbles in 1/2 a game. Oh and Schaub led our team to 0 points today. Go team.

But it's Matt Schaub. Don't you get it?

(Pssst! If you DO find out, let me know. I've been dying to figure it out myself)

atxlaurie
11-02-2008, 11:44 PM
Bottom line is that Schaub is too fragile. He's basically had just a handful of good games in the last two seasons combined. The rest he's either been lousy or hurt. Poor Sage just makes too many bone-headed mistakes. We need to draft another quarterback. That's it. Period.

beerlover
11-03-2008, 12:05 AM
Schaub needs a better running game to offset the pocket pressure in passing situations, the line can only give you four seconds or so to get rid of it when the defense knows its a pass. plain & simple the Texans have not invested enough in the backfield to help the QB, doesn't matter really if its Matt, Sage or 1st rd. draft pick Kubiak & Co. know they lack a balanced attack :ski:

buddyboy
11-03-2008, 12:37 AM
In my opinion Schaub has shown his true colors against a decent defense again. Sure he does well against the Lions and Bengals but put him up against the Vikings or Steelers and he stinks it up like today.

I dont understand how Sage gets labeled as a mental mistake QB when Schaub throws a pick and fumbles in 1/2 a game. Oh and Schaub led our team to 0 points today. Go team.

Because he was injured. Make the point that he's FRAGILE, and proooobably no one will argue with you, since thus far, that's what he's been. Playing with a gimp knee was what caused the offense to stall all those times, as well as the underthrown ball and the even worse than normal mobility.

THAT'S why.

UK_Texan
11-03-2008, 02:24 AM
Is the answer a new QB in the draft then?? Or can any one forsee us trading for a decent QB elsewhere?

We have the makings of a very good team but there are to many frailities for us to go any further. A W yesterday would of been massive for us with the Jags losing and the Colts winning it would of helped us stay within contention. Especially when you consider we play the ravens, colts and the browns in our next 3 games. A W today could of drove us on to win all 3, its still within reach but Matt needs to be looked after in a similar way the Pats did to Cassel for his first few games until he started to gain confidence.

My 2 cents worth

ObsiWan
11-03-2008, 06:47 AM
Okay, while Schaub is a definite upgrade over his predecessor, he may not be the permanent answer.
The Good:
- He can go thru his progressions and usually makes his decisions quickly.
- He generally gets his throws on target so the WR can do something with them.
- He can stretch the field somewhat. But that's due more to WR playmaking than his arm strength.

The Not-So-Good:
- He tries to make throws that, frankly, he doesn't have the arm strength for.
- If the D-line gets to him early and knocks him around, he can be rattled. He's no where near as bad as his predecessor, but you can tell when he's been rattled.
- And it looks like the kid is on the fragile side.

IMHO, he'll do until someone better can be found and groomed. I think with some upgrades in the O-line, he can produce sufficient offense to get us into the playoffs.

BigBull17
11-03-2008, 07:16 AM
Here is a new brilliant idea: Give him some protection!!!!

Its his fault that he cant stay healthy because he gets sacked?
No.

Or is it his fault he got hit by an illegal hit TWICE? They should have been flagged for it.

rockabilly
11-03-2008, 10:46 AM
Some of you guys are retarded. Matt's injuries are a direct result of trying to make a play when your oline cant contain pressure. Like ive said in another thread, YOU try taking a hit to your knee twice by an NFL dlineman. When our Oline isnt letting guys through, we have seen the numbers Schaub puts up.

When Carr had time to throw, he still sucked. When Schaub has time to throw, he is remarkable. It is the Oline to blame - not Schaub.

imatexan
11-03-2008, 10:58 AM
Some of you guys are retarded. Matt's injuries are a direct result of trying to make a play when your oline cant contain pressure. Like ive said in another thread, YOU try taking a hit to your knee twice by an NFL dlineman. When our Oline isnt letting guys through, we have seen the numbers Schaub puts up.

When Carr had time to throw, he still sucked. When Schaub has time to throw, he is remarkable. It is the Oline to blame - not Schaub.



Agreed.

Specnatz
11-03-2008, 11:07 AM
We were playing an 0-7 team last week. The week before that was an 0-6 team.

Catch my drift?

You mean the team that just beat the Jags?

BigBull17
11-03-2008, 11:32 AM
You mean the team that just beat the Jags?

That and the Cowgirls made me feel a little better.

Runner
11-03-2008, 12:21 PM
You mean the team that just beat the Jags?
1-7. Whoop-dee-doo. I don't think that qualifies them as a great deal better than 0-7.

GP
11-03-2008, 12:23 PM
You mean the team that just beat the Jags?

And to that I would say, "And we lost to the JAGS?!?!?"

I mean, this could have e-a-s-i-l-y been a playoff year for us with the way the AFC teams are playing.

In the NFC, things are tougher this season. But the AFC is wide open except for two teams: Steelers and Titans. And I think the Titans are about to start a free-fall. Yeah, they beat Green Bay...by a FG. Once the bloom comes off that rose, they'll look like the Cowboys IMO.

So the Steelers are probably the only real powerhouse in the AFC right now.

This could have been a playoff year, if only as a wild card team. It still could have happened. But with how our two QBs are doing--and the defense--we can't gain ground. Unless we can schedule the Bengals every weekend.

dskillz
11-03-2008, 12:25 PM
I read this thread and wonder how many people are actually looking at games realistically and not as a Texans fan.

Schaub throws the ball up for grabs atleast 2 times a game. The Bengals game was the ONLY game he hasn't done that. I am not talking about this season, I am talking about his entire time here. He either tries too hard or just doesn't value the ball. Either way, this is who Matt Schaub is.

Everyone has the Matt vs Sage debate. I think they are very close to the same player. They both turn the ball over too much, Sage is alot more durable, but with all of his experience you would think he would not turn the ball over so much. Unless the Texans are going to become a run-heavy team with a QB that is a manager, they are going to have to do something about that position in the off-season.

Specnatz
11-03-2008, 01:32 PM
1-7. Whoop-dee-doo. I don't think that qualifies them as a great deal better than 0-7.

It does mean any team can beat any other in the NFL.

Corrosion
11-03-2008, 11:40 PM
QB's deserve their own thread we have one for HWWNBM and VY afterall , may as wel have one for Matt too .... Like him , love him , hate him , detest him he ran over your dog or ate your kid ..... post it here , save us the trouble of searching thru 86 new threads every time he breaks a nail or throws a TD.


:texflag:

GNTLEWOLF
11-04-2008, 05:39 AM
I can't really say whether or not I think Schaub is the QB that this team needs. I had decided to take a wait and see attitude with him until the end of this season before deciding if I thought he was worth what we gave for him or not. As things stand now, it looks like this will be yet another incomplete season for him since he was injured on Sunday. I am wondering if this injury will give him the old "he is really just finishing his first full year as a starter" excuse if he does not perform well when next season rolls around. I want to like Schaub, I really do, But if he is not durable enough to stay on the field, I'm not sure he deserves the "he is young and inexperienced" pass.

Lucky
11-04-2008, 06:34 AM
... post it here , save us the trouble of searching thru 86 new threads every time he breaks a nail or throws a TD.


:texflag:
I'm taking your advice, and merging this new thread into an existing Schaub thread.

Corrosion
11-04-2008, 07:24 AM
I'm taking your advice, and merging this new thread into an existing Schaub thread.

Thanks .... :cool:

SheTexan
11-04-2008, 07:35 AM
.... Like him , love him , hate him , detest him he ran over your dog or ate your kid ..... post it here


:texflag:

Right now I'm PISSED at him! lol I don't have a QB for my fantasy team!! I dumped my backup a couple weeks ago and have been going solo with Matt. NOW, it's gonna cost me MONEY to pick up another one, PLUS, I have NO friggin idea who to pick up, because there's nothing but crap QBs left to pick from.

Might pick up Sage and just keep Matt on my team, in case he comes back this year. Ticks me off!!:kingkong: Any way I look at it, my poor team in in deep doodoo!!:crutch:

BigBull17
11-04-2008, 11:24 AM
Right now I'm PISSED at him! lol I don't have a QB for my fantasy team!! I dumped my backup a couple weeks ago and have been going solo with Matt. NOW, it's gonna cost me MONEY to pick up another one, PLUS, I have NO friggin idea who to pick up, because there's nothing but crap QBs left to pick from.

Might pick up Sage and just keep Matt on my team, in case he comes back this year. Ticks me off!!:kingkong: Any way I look at it, my poor team in in deep doodoo!!:crutch:

I talked to Matt, and he is sorry for ruining your fantasy team.

GP
11-04-2008, 12:16 PM
I talked to Matt, and he is sorry for ruining your fantasy team.

LOL.

Can you talk to Kris Brown for me?

Him only getting extra points after a TD is killing me.

Place a call to Kubiak, too, and let him know we need more FG tries. That advice would have also won the Texans one of our earlier games, as well.

drewmar74
11-04-2008, 12:30 PM
LOL.

Can you talk to Kris Brown for me?

Him only getting extra points after a TD is killing me.

Place a call to Kubiak, too, and let him know we need more FG tries. That advice would have also won the Texans one of our earlier games, as well.

No kidding. And, if you could hit up ole Steve Slaton and Andre for me, I'd be much obliged. The yards are okay, but TD's would be much appreciated.