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Old 10-01-2013   #59
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Default Re: Where the game was lost

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Originally Posted by Nitrofish View Post
If the Texans are that predictable, they would have never been leading 20-3. Every team has tendencies, and coaches practice recognizing and defeating those tendencies. Schaub was carving that team up in the first half.
I remember after thinking, after the second field goal, if we win this game, it will be because of the defense, or it would be because of Arian. As good as Schaub played, that's what we expect from a QB with the kind of talent he had around him. Meyers did his job, OD did his job... we'd think Schaub did his job.

Right or wrong..... whatever.

On the Gary Kubiak show they asked Gary how Schaub was doing & he said fine.... he's tough, comes with the territory. Then they threw that cliche out there, "QBs get to much credit when they win & too much blame when they lose."

I was thinking, "Not in Schaub's case." He rarely get's credit for winning. The thin air got more credit for that win in Denver last year than Schaub did.
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