Originally Posted by Rey
All QB's don't underthrow WRs like Schaub. He underthrows more than he overthrows or puts the ball where the WR can catch it in stride. I've watched plenty of football and good QB's aren't consistently underthrowing WR's.... More excuse making...par for the course.
That first INT last game really highlights some serious issues with Schaub. He rolled out, felt absolutely NO pressure, had plenty of time, and under-threw the ball for an easy INT.
There is no excuse for a starting NFL QB to not make that throw to a receiver in stride. It should have been a huge gain, even a TD, but instead, it was a clear example that Schaub either made a horrible decision and/or cannot consistently make long throws in stride. Either way, it's a bad sign.