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Old 11-21-2012   #101
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Schaub does not beleive in clutch he beleives in playing COnsistent for 4 qtrs so he does not have to be clutch :P


AND HES NOT A NO HUDDLE HURRY UP Offensive yeah he can go fast sugar huddle and call plays fast but like someone says hes a rhytham passer haslong has hes clea he know were to go with the ball he can read D"s like a MOFO
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Schaub seems like he goes into elite mode when given the reigns and starts working that nohuddle. .I think they should pick up the pace more often.
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i agree with this 100% he looks like a brady, Rogers type player when operating the no huddle hurry up offense.
You guys beat me to it. I know why we haven't run 5 wide to this point but when they lined up like that I yelled at my wife to "Watch this, the offense is gonna go nuts!" Guess what. It did. Matt Schaub can run the no huddle, hurry up, 5 wide to perfection. He's done it many times. We used to see it all the time before we were a complete team. Like Kubes said after the game he'd been saying all the time "If we need Matt to load up and throw it 50 times, we can." And they did. And they won, just like Kubiak said they could.

I know they don't need to often but I sure like that no huddle, 5 wide game. It kinda gives me a chub, kinda.
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Schaub is a rhythm passer and always has been. Ive said it for years. Once hes in synch hes almost as good as anyone (minus the usual suspects ofcourse.) I actually feel like our run / pass ratio henders him as much as a solid run game helps him. He started badly last week and as the game went on and he had to pass more and more he got better. I've seen that plenty over the years. He's like a running back who gets better with more carries.

When he starts a game and hes not sharp i'd like to see him passing on the sidelines while our defense is on the field. It sometimes seems to take him longer to warm up then the time alloted.
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I agree with you for the most part. But I don't think it's about his arm not being warm enough. I think when he is throwing on consecutive plays the action down the field slows down for him. He's able to read defense faster after the snap.

Take for example:

I love playing basketball. Everytime I go to the park and join into a pickup game with people that are already playing, the first 5 minutes on the court is where I always struggle. And I'm not talking about shooting jumpshots. I'm talking about things like rebounding, pick & roll, defense. I'm always a second behind in every basketball plays. Everythings blurry. But after that 5 minute things slow down for me. Next thing I know I'm snatching rebound off the board, blocking shots, behind-the-back-pass between a defender's leg.

Okay, maybe I'm exaggerating a little on my game. But the point is Shaub vision of the game becomes more coherent and lucid when he is given a consistence chance of throwing the ball.

Every time a QB drops back to throw the ball his adrenaline is increase by 200% as oppose to handing it off - studies by ESPN's Sport & Science.

And the benefit of adrenaline in our bodies is quoted as by Men's Health Fitness:
"Adrenaline is produced by adrenal glands in our body. When released, it stimulates a wide array of bodily functions. From the heart rate to blood vessels, it effectively counters high-stress and physical situations. This enables us to process information, while utilizing actions at a rapid rate. These are referred to as adrenaline rushes, which increase physical performance in unexpected instances. The process also sends more oxygen to the lungs. This is essential when responding to emergencies and natural disasters. The body is then able to perform tasks in a timely manner."

As much as I like Foster and our running game, I think a success of a rushing game can hinder a QB like Matt Schaub who needs a consistence dose of adrenaline to perform at a high level.

We should only run to keep the defense honest and to setup play-action and not to just play the over-rated stats "time of possession game."
Isn't this sport about outscoring your opponent? If Schaub has the hot hand and our running game is anemic and we're ahead, Kubiak should give Schaub the keys to take over the game.
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I agree with you for the most part. But I don't think it's about his arm not being warm enough. I think when he is throwing on consecutive plays the action down the field slows down for him. He's able to read defense faster after the snap.

Take for example:

I love playing basketball. Everytime I go to the park and join into a pickup game with people that are already playing, the first 5 minutes on the court is where I always struggle. And I'm not talking about shooting jumpshots. I'm talking about things like rebounding, pick & roll, defense. I'm always a second behind in every basketball plays. Everythings blurry. But after that 5 minute things slow down for me. Next thing I know I'm snatching rebound off the board, blocking shots, behind-the-back-pass between a defender's leg.

Okay, maybe I'm exaggerating a little on my game. But the point is Shaub vision of the game becomes more coherent and lucid when he is given a consistence chance of throwing the ball.

Every time a QB drops back to throw the ball his adrenaline is increase by 200% as oppose to handing it off - studies by ESPN's Sport & Science.

And the benefit of adrenaline in our bodies is quoted as by Men's Health Fitness:
"Adrenaline is produced by adrenal glands in our body. When released, it stimulates a wide array of bodily functions. From the heart rate to blood vessels, it effectively counters high-stress and physical situations. This enables us to process information, while utilizing actions at a rapid rate. These are referred to as adrenaline rushes, which increase physical performance in unexpected instances. The process also sends more oxygen to the lungs. This is essential when responding to emergencies and natural disasters. The body is then able to perform tasks in a timely manner."

As much as I like Foster and our running game, I think a success of a rushing game can hinder a QB like Matt Schaub who needs a consistence dose of adrenaline to perform at a high level.

We should only run to keep the defense honest and to setup play-action and not to just play the over-rated stats "time of possession game."
Isn't this sport about outscoring your opponent? If Schaub has the hot hand and our running game is anemic and we're ahead, Kubiak should give Schaub the keys to take over the game.
Some of what im referring to is exactly what youve referenced. Its not merely the mechanics of throwing the ball down field. If he's throwing 2-3 passes every 5-6 minutes its going to take him longer to get in a "zone" if he's off that day. Whens hes not seeing coverages or slow to read the defense as the play unfolds he can compensate by improving his mechanics and accuracy on the sideline. If the qb coach is showing him defensive schemes in printed pictures thats fine...but if schaub isnt sharp passing I want to see him throwing on the sidelines between possessions.
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Well he's thrown away his mulligens in the regular season
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LOL . Hey Graham missed a FG and we came back again.
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I'm done with this thread. .... wishing for the best, but I'm done debating about this guy.
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This week Matt Schaub isn't particularly clutch. He's mostly tired.

But he still had enough clutch in him to get us in field goal range at the end.
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This week Matt Schaub isn't particularly clutch. He's mostly tired.

But he still had enough clutch in him to get us in field goal range at the end.
Guess that's the explanation for Graham too.
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Another clutch performance vs a below .500 team. Playoffs will be tough
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Another clutch performance vs a below .500 team. Playoffs will be tough
You know, there were times when we were .500 or worse & we weren't a bad team. I know you are what your record says you are, but you can have a top 5 offense & be .500 (like we were) or a top 10 defense & be .500

Young teams, like we were 2 years ago, 3 years ago. Just didn't have enough gas to finish.

They're below .500, but that's not a bad team.
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You know, there were times when we were .500 or worse & we weren't a bad team. I know you are what your record says you are, but you can have a top 5 offense & be .500 (like we were) or a top 10 defense & be .500

Young teams, like we were 2 years ago, 3 years ago. Just didn't have enough gas to finish.

They're below .500, but that's not a bad team.
No their a bad team that finds a way to lose and we have to thank them for not closing vs us despite the help by the refs. Two straight ot games with a pick by schaub means his luck is running out
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No their a bad team that finds a way to lose and we have to thank them for not closing vs us despite the help by the refs. Two straight ot games with a pick by schaub means his luck is running out
Trust me, Andrew Luck is a guy that has a lot of luck so far this season.
He could have seen 20-30 INTs by now without lotsa luck.
I watch every game he played.

Be happy!
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No their a bad team that finds a way to lose and we have to thank them for not closing vs us despite the help by the refs. Two straight ot games with a pick by schaub means his luck is running out
Who needs luck when you've got Kubiak?
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Schaub is not clutch. He just wins games.
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