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Old 10-05-2013   #1078
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Default Re: All Encompassing Matt Schaub Thread

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Originally Posted by mussop View Post
Yes Schaub is not the answer. I think everyone finally agrees with that. Well anyone with any sense. Still won't matter. Put whoever you want in. In the long run this system is going to hold back whoever is in there. When you are coached to be as conservative possible and your coach doesn't allow you to make play's or make adjustments to counter the defense eventually were going to end up right back here where we are with Schaub.


No matter whos in there Teams will just continue to give us the underneath stuff allowing us to rack up yards and on 2nd and 3rd and long apply pressure and key in on the check-down. Our only chance for success with this offense is if we have a very mobile QB that can create plays on his own when things breakdown.
You make a lot of assumptions here .... Assuming that Kubiak is holding back Schaub (or another QB) when it really could be the other way around , and when you consider Schaub's inadequacies - arm strength , lack of mobility and recent poor decision making .... can you blame the coach for a conservative plan when all signs point to the QB not being capable of more ?!
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