Originally Posted by Trail.Blazr
What IS the drop off between your first and 2nd QB?
As I suggested in another thread.... Injury aside, if this situation doesn't justify the need for a backup QB, what's the point of having one? I can understand the desire to push through a rough patch with a legend.. but seriously... Keeping in mind your answer about Matt's historical significance...
Are we REALLY resigned to our best option being that we HOPE Matt can push through this and come January, be hoisting the Lombardi trophy?
Apparently so. going to be a long season.
It's going to be a long season from here on out, because Tennessee may be the toughest defense we face from here out. The Chiefs have a good D, the Colts has a decent D, but at the end of the day, Tennessee may have the toughest & it's not top 10ish.
So we're not going to see Schaub face anything like what he saw the last 3 weeks..... We won't see Baltimore again until the post season & there's a chance we won't see them at all. Maybe Cincinnati.
So the Matt Schaub question is going to go unanswered the rest of the season unless he wins a Super Bowl. & like many are fearing, he's going to be our starting QB next year.