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Old 10-04-2013   #1063
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Default Re: All Encompassing Matt Schaub Thread

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Originally Posted by 76Texan View Post
The Texans do need to do a better job on protection (and that include the TE and the backs); however, the D has generated more pressure on opposing QBs (except Rivers).

Schaub didn't lose the last game by himself, that's for sure, but he didn't do enough to win the game. He didn't pull his weight; and that's the bottom line.
As more of the O is spread out to receive (TEs, RBs), Schaub has more receiving options, but doesn't/can't take advantage of it, since he can't seem to go through all the reads fast enough for the best choice, and seems to end up going straight to his favorite single target, throwing it away or eating it. If there are TEs/RBs held back to pass block, then he has less receiving targets, and he seemingly has increased tunnel vision on who he targets anyway.
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