Originally Posted by Double Barrel
yep, which goes back to my original point. When you can make a reasonable argument to start TJ Yates over Matt Schaub, that says a lot about our starting QB.
As far as Vance87 thinking it's fortune telling, it's really more about the past and studying history.
And the history that really matters is in the post-season. Like Jules Winnfield said, TJ Yates and Matt Schaub are equal in that regard, both beating the Bengals and losing in the 2nd round. Both QBs are 1-1 in the playoffs.
We should hope for more from Schaub than equaling the performance of a 5th round rookie.
And? If I recall Peyton Manning did no better than Tim Tebow in this years' playoffs. Does that mean anything? No.