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Old 03-23-2014   #54
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Default Re: The Matt Schaub appreciation thread

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Originally Posted by DocBar View Post
I don't really follow this logic. Nobody could've foreseen Schaub absolutely cratering like he did. Everyone was pretty happy with how Yates and Keenum looked in the preseason, iirc.
There was a lot of concern about Schaub during last offseason. Myself included. However, 2013 was considered a poor draft class for QB. Was Geno Smith the answer? Binding Schaub to the team with that contract extension right after the foot injury was the real mistake.

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And I would be happy with that if we knew the Texans were getting the Matt Schaub from of the initial 12 games with a 94.5 QBR and not the Matt Schaub who sputtered into the playoffs with a 78.6 QBR over the last 4 games. Because the Matt Schaub that ended the season is not going to get the Texans where they want to be. No matter where you rank him.
We now know what Matt Schaub we got in 2013. Hindsight being 20/20 and all.

Matt Schaub pre-foot injury...a very solid NFL QB.
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