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Old 06-16-2008   #106
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Default Re: Sage want a chance to be a starter.

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Originally Posted by GP View Post
The Miami game was a telling game, IMO, because he looked good between the 20s but he looked unsure of what to do near the red zone.
Let's see how your memory comports with the facts:

1st possession--no passing attempts inside RZ
2nd possession--never in RZ
3rd possession--never in RZ
4th possession--never in RZ
5th possession--never in RZ
6th possession--never in RZ
7th possession--never in RZ
8th possession--2 incomplete passes from 4 (set up by 24 yard pass)
9th possession--never in RZ

So you are basing your opinion on a single possession. Gotcha.

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Andre Johnson makes ANY QB look better. Be sure to reference the bolded part in any reply, please. It's sorta' a huge component to this debate.
Well what you bolded is the point. Having AJ made Sage look better. Comparing one QB with AJ and one without is apples and oranges.

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Obviously, you think Schaub is better.
I do, but that wasn't the point hence my not saying anything one way or the other above. The point is you were neglecting to consider a key piece of information.

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Sage has every right to scratch his head. He did a good enough job last season to at least be included in the conversation of "who should the starting QB be?" Competition is good, but not for the QB job. Why?
That would be your assumption. It is just as reasonable to believe Kubiak honestly believes Schaub is clearly better.
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