Originally Posted by GP
I am not comparing him, others are! LMAO!
When other posters toss in Brees and Manning in the same conversation, saying those two guys have bad days--to bring Schaub's bad games into the same conversation--that is not MY idea, it's theirs. Read the posts, Tex. Geez.
The guy looks LOST. And not just one shaky game. He's had one vs. Packers, one vs. Patriots, got a freebie vs. the Titans, and looked his ultimate worst vs. Vikings (in our own stadium, nonetheless).
But hey, yeah...GP is crazy. Just remember: I was the one getting flamed for my predictions about the Patriots game. I was the one getting flamed for my predictions and warnings about the Vikings game. Who among you thought we'd lose to the Vikings???? Huh? That's what I thought.
Ya' know what, everyone, go ahead. Dream yourself into believing that Matt is OK. But he's not. And frankly, he's one shell-shocked moment in the early part of the Colts game away from going full-on head case. You can see it all over the guy, if people wouldn't try so hard to believe otherwise.
He's got that whole body language look to him, it's Kris Brown syndrome...when a guy knows he's not right but he HAS to be out there.
I swear, part of me just wishes we'd go ahead and have to play in the first round and just get this **** over with. I don't know if I can stand everyone pretending they don't see anything wrong or that this is just a passing phase that will be long forgotten after we "beat" the Colts in their house (which we've never done, which will be attempted after having gotten our brains beat out by ourselves and the Vikings last Sunday). Yeah, we got those Colts and the rest of the AFC playoff teams right where we want 'em.
has become my official spokesperson in regards to Schaub's ineptness.
There's something terribly wrong with Schaub. Couldn't agree more. And if anyone believes this guy will take us to the promise land, disillusionment will surely come your way.
I'll say it again; for Schaub to be somewhat successful all facets of the offense have to run just about flawlessly. Because, and even you Schaub supporters will agree, just a hair of pressure, a smidgen, will set him on a course for sure disaster. Scramble out of the pocket, forget about it. You know this last game I watched about three sacks that I could have sworn Schaub actually fell down before the threat was an undeniable fact. Just fell, fetal position and all.
I too watched the Oilers from the early 70's until they left, and I don't want to see the same endless heart break, frustration, and anger with these Texans.