Originally Posted by thunderkyss
When was the last time a Kubiak led offense failed to gain 50 yards in an entire half?
You engage in such unusual logic debates with people.
So your contention is that Case is the reason the team is failing
in the second half? Vs. a coaching staff not making adjustments?
Your argument is 50 yards in an entire half? Ok, I'll play.
How many points did Matt Schaub contribute to in the game?
How many points did Case Keenum contribute to in the game?
What were the margins of loss when Case was playing QB in the games
he started? What mere the margins of loss when Schaub was playing
QB in the games he started?
I'll give you the short story -- Schaub doesn't lead to TDs. I don't
give a rats ass about yards. The entire TEAM struggles in the second
half -- or was it Keenum that was trucked instead of Swearinger?
Schaub, from this point forward, will NEVER give the team the best
chance to win because the guy cannot get the ball into the endzone.
and he makes mistakes too many mistakes -- he is more of a liability
than a positive.
Case will take a bad sack when the pressure is too much for this
travesty of an o-line. Schaubs response is to give the ball to the
other team -- in many cases with a wide open lane to the endzone.
The fact that Kubiak yanked Keenum has been used as a direct
indication as to why Gary is no longer a viable option as head coach
for this organization.
I have YET to see anyone in sports media claim that inserting Schaub
was the right (or smart) thing to do.
The only logic one can put on this whole situation is that Gary was
trying to do Matt "a favor" by allowing him to "go out in style" with
a win instead of having his last NFL game be known for clutching
his injured ankle on the ground while the hometown fans booed him.
Case isn't Brady, but don't lump this steaming stink pickle of a season
on him man..