Originally Posted by Fiddler
& that's Schaub's biggest drawback. He's building a pretty good reputation as a winning QB. But until he wins in the play-offs, this is what we're going to get.
We shouldn't be surprised.... it's the way of the NFL.
Schaub gets overlooked quite a bit because he isn't flashy and doesn't get creative a lot. He doesn't scramble around and play "schoolyard" football like Big ben, Romo or Favre. He'd rather take the sack than the INT. He'll get his chance to shine this postseason and, hopefully, hush a lot of his critics.