Originally Posted by TexansSeminole
Schaub is not a bad QB. He is having a poor end of season which may cost us in the end. However, if this is the guy we are going to get in pressure situations and in big games, he literally has zero value on this team.
Remember when Donovan McNabb wasn't a bad QB..... and then he was? Remember when Daunte Culpepper wasn't a bad QB until he was? There are countless examples of this happening and no fanbase ever wants to admit it when it happens to them but I'm sorry, Matt Schaub is not a good QB. Not anymore. This guy is a turnover waiting to happen every time he tries to put the pedal down on a drive. He's a bad decision machine. A slow walking drive killer of a QB who isn't playing behind 5 dominant protectors so he's never going to have the time he needs to be what a lot of you people want to suggest he is.
Well Ok, I give up. "He's a good QB" just like Domanick Williams is a good RB in the sense that both were paid for what they'd done by an organization that can't work out when to hold em' and when to fold em' no matter who the GM is.
But enough about Matt, his "Jedi Master" Gary Kubiak is the reason the Texans are in the fix they're in at least as much as Matt if not more. Matt Schaub is a **** QB but he's doing everything he's told by a **** coach so how much culpability can he have? Do we blame David Carr or Mario Williams for being picked first overall and not living up to it or do we blame the team that picked them?
The Texans built this team on a flawed foundation. Right now they could bring a real coach in who knew how to lead a team and he could make adjustments to this roster that would bring about immediate improvements. They won't do it but they could.
We'll have to be content with Marciano's services hopefully not being retained. That might happen. Other than that though I wouldn't count on anything getting better. It's going to take another 2-14 season to flush this toilet.