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Old 12-30-2012   #75
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Default Re: Just About Ready to Close the Book on Schaub

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Originally Posted by Goatcheese View Post
Are we really having this discussion about a QB who has thrown for 4,000+ yards in 3 of the last 4 seasons and was on pace to throw for 4,000+ when he broke his foot last year?

I'm as disappointed as anyone, but come on.

We're worse than average at LG and WR2345.
We're bad at RG RT and FB.

That's half the offense and doesn't even account for the RBs playing like dog crap for big stretches.

Other than Brown, most of this team's premium contracts and draft picks have gone to acquiring defensive players and yet, year after year Schaub and Kubiak carry the offense to a high ranking.

Schaub is not a problem and certainly not the problem.
Name me a qb that has started all 16 games of a season in the last five years and did not at least get in the neighborhood of 4,000 yards. This isn't 1978. 4,000 yards is pretty much base level, average
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