Originally Posted by ObsiWan
spot on. I pointed this out a couple of years ago and got shouted down. I noticed then that wide open guys would have to wait on the ball and have to settle for long gains on what should have been TD catches.
That said, I still think his decision making (most of the time) and knowledge/understanding of this offense makes up for his average arm (again, most of the time).
Getting rid of Schaub won't cure a defense that gives up 28 pts/game. That's the issue that needs to be fixed.
saaay... Orlovsky has a strong arm, you want to start him??
if the game changes to a race out the back of the end zone sure!!!