Originally Posted by Spike
I think you make a good point, but the counter argument is that the punishment that Carr took when he came back may have ruined him. We have made a long term investment in Schaub, so we need to consider the risk/reward with throwing him back out there when he has taken some shots this seasons, battled with some injuries and will be playing behind a line that is missing 3/5 of its starters and a primary back-up.
I'd like to see him get back at there simply because, at this point in his career, ever start is valuable experience.
Gotta be careful this time.
We don't want to have an all encompassing
.. Schaub thread in 2009.