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Old 09-18-2009   #21
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Default Re: Texans' Offense and Schaub, Poor Match

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Originally Posted by gafftop View Post
I would agree with that. Ben would get the sacks but he would not be bailing all the time. He would make some plays with AJ that Schaub will not. Ben is stlill looking to make a play while Schaub is just looking to throw the ball away. Just the way it is not good , not bad, just different mindset. If Schaub played like Ben he wouldn't last very long and I think he knows that and the coaches know that and coach him accordingly.
The Sex Cannon and Orlovsky both have bought themselves time with better poise in the pocket than Schaub. With both of them having "big arms," they are more likely to make something out of nothing with just a small amount of the "good judgement" factor. Let's face it, under pressure, Schaub did not show any better judgement than Orlovosky........and maybe worse.........especially for a "seasoned veteran." JMHO
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