Originally Posted by infantrycak
Which would almost be meaningful if lots of QB's were doing it or Schaub was getting an unusual number of attempts - neither of which is true.
Since 2002 7 different QB's have led the league in passing.
In 10 years 7 different guys. What did all of these QB's have in common when they did it?
A bunch of attempts. Some were much more efficient than others while doing it, but my point is that leading the yards in passing is not some kind of ultimate accomplishment in itself.
Is that what Schaub has to hang his hat on? A couple of 4,000 yard seasons when we sucked and he was throwing the ball more than everyone else?