if your QB wins against "bad" teams, i.e. wins the games he's expected to win, isn't that a plus??
Didn't Schaub lose to an Atlanta team that we should have beaten? By the "play well against 'bad' teams" logic, Schaub didn't even accomplish that and therefore should have been benched.
After we'd opened the season with a 2-1 record and with Schaub going back to ATL for ther first time as a starter, he should have been pumped going into the ATL game. Yet he let Joey Harrington show him up.
Right now, as I've said before, Schaub was definitely two 2nd rd picks better than HWSRU, but not two picks better than Rosenfels.