Originally Posted by infantrycak
Try re-reading the first clause of your sentence I quoted.
Treating "just as successful" = anything short of "missing the playoffs" is ridiculous.
You're wrong, plain & simple. Think about it before you speak again. You're only hurting yourself.
Originally Posted by thunderkyss
These guys would have had ample opportunity to win the starting job & we'd have probably enjoyed as much success as we have with Schaub.
As in the Texans would probably have enjoyed as much success from 2007 to 2013. In the context of the Texans, success is winning games, winning the division, getting to the play offs, & winning in the play offs.
Despite all of Schaub's yards & stats, the Texans have not been winning (until recently) & that is what everyone has been saying. So when we're talking about winning, when we're talking about play offs as "success" we could have put Mark Sanchez back there & been just as successful (maybe more) between 2007 & 2010.
& I'm using Sanchez as a QB who's in over his head, where Chad Henne & Kevin Kolb are "probably" better QBs, even though their teams have not had the "success" that teams led by Sanchez has had.