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Old 03-02-2013   #30
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Originally Posted by thunderkyss View Post
Andre Johnson out performs Roddy White year in & year out. Schaub doesn't have a problem getting the ball to a blue chip WR; no more than Matt Ryan anyway. I don't think that changes if the receiver is Miles Austin.

I'm not as confident in Schaub as Kubiak claims to be, but I do not see him as a glaring weakness. Like I said earlier, with him, were going to win the division & we're going to win a play off game. Without him, I have no idea but I think our chances are greatly reduced.

If Schaub misses a lot of time, most people here would not expect us to win the division or make the play offs & they'll be upset with Gary because he didn't provide a better back up. Some people will say they don't expect us to win the division or make the play offs with Schaub, but their expectations are different. They'll say we underachieved, meaning with Schaub this is a team that should win the division & win in the play offs.
You completely miss the whole premise of the discussion.

Stop comparing one WR to another. Don't try and figure out how Austin would fit into either roster in terms of the WRs around him. And please stop the stats war regarding Schaub and AJ.

For the last time: LOOKING at both these QBs, which guy would make Austin flourish more, would be the better QB to draw out Austin's talent and use it?

Andre is Andre. Andre had stats even with Carr or Rosenfels, etc., let's put that crack pipe down and focus on the eyeball test as it related to QB-WR trends, which QB is better for Austin?
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