Originally Posted by Corrosion
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 ?!
No you couldn't. Kubiak knows what he has in Schaub. He will be too much of a gentlemen to put a name to it or let you know..........until he is ready to replace Schaub on the field. His choice is getting less difficult with each game.