Re: OK, I'm starting to panic
He's never been consistently accurate. My loathe for him is far deeper than this season. He's an almost good quarterback who relies on his team to produce his stats and who settles for field goals after being first and goal on the 5 or less.
With a QB who covers Schaub's shortcomings you get:
Additional yards after the completion
Higher TD conversion in the red zone
A QB who has their own feet to make a play
A hurry up that can actually hurry up
A defense that gets regular periods of rest, which takes care of pass coverage. When was the last time you did sprints for 35 minutes solid without losing a step?
A special teams that is similarly rested. Sprinting the length of the field every 3 minutes in full pads seems to take it out of most people.
And wherever they send Schaub, let Bullock carry his bags.