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Old 12-30-2012   #101
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fine i'll do it. book closed. carry on nothing to see here.
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Can't do it. Won't do it. **** them all. They get this same "Oh yeah? Well cross THIS line!" clean slate every year they do this crap and all that ever accomplishes is that every year they find some new, more painful, more ridiculous way to crush the hopes and dreams of their fans.

They're a bunch of heartless bums until they accomplish something and prove otherwise.
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It is more Kubiak's fault with his playcalling. Schaub is an average qb with minimal arm strength. Kubiak has destroyed his confidence as well by his calls in the red zone.
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Can't do it. Won't do it. **** them all. They get this same "Oh yeah? Well cross THIS line!" clean slate every year they do this crap and all that ever accomplishes is that every year they find some new, more painful, more ridiculous way to crush the hopes and dreams of their fans.

They're a bunch of heartless bums until they accomplish something and prove otherwise.
Last year being the only exception of course. That team had heart and passion. I have no idea whats up, but it's amazing watching New England and Denver play with that same heart and passion and like they are playing for something. It's so stunning to see the Texans come out flat like that with the #1 seed on the line. So weak minded.
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It is more Kubiak's fault with his playcalling. Schaub is an average qb with minimal arm strength. Kubiak has destroyed his confidence as well by his calls in the red zone.
I remember when we were money in the red zone and Foster would just glide in for a td.
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Jean has never been open on those fly routes....NEVER...dont know what you're looking at...every time they've thrown that pass, the cb has been in lock step with jean ....right in his hip pocket...
A step is open and Jean has had a step quite a few times.

You are making excuses now.

Schaub has played mediocre to really bad for a while now.
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Gotta agree with you, go back and watch the GB game, Rodgers was hitting guys that were flat out covered. I used to really like Schaub but I'm cooling on him considerably. I think he has topped at as a pretty good QB that ranks somewhere between 10-20. I'm not sure what to do about him. I know there not going to trade him, I guess the first step is to improve the OL as much as possible. BTW, I'm not putting it all on him but he has a large chunk of the blame for the recent offensive slide
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Gotta agree with you, go back and watch the GB game, Rodgers was hitting guys that were flat out covered. I used to really like Schaub but I'm cooling on him considerably. I think he has topped at as a pretty good QB that ranks somewhere between 10-20. I'm not sure what to do about him. I know there not going to trade him, I guess the first step is to improve the OL as much as possible. BTW, I'm not putting it all on him but he has a large chunk of the blame for the recent offensive slide
Schaub has always been in a middle of the pack QB. At this point we have to ask ourselves, is this our guy? Can we win with this guy?

The answer, for me, is no. No we can't win with this guy.
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Schaub has always been in a middle of the pack QB. At this point we have to ask ourselves, is this our guy? Can we win with this guy?

The answer, for me, is no. No we can't win with this guy.
We can win with him, but every god damned thing has to go right.
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We can win with him, but every god damned thing has to go right.
Right? God help you if something goes wrong. It's like the wheels to Schaub's bus are held on by dried mud and chewing gum.
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We can win with him, but every god damned thing has to go right.
Well then we can't win with him.

This is a kubiak coached team and everything going right Wont happen.
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Andre was about to be wide open for a td on that one to Daniels. Would have been in the open five yards clear of everyone. Those are the types of plays that don't get talked about that a good qb would make,

He rushed that throw. He felt the phantom pressure on that one & that ball was burning a hole in his hand.


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Sorry Mrs. Schaub, but Jean was wide ass open on that play. Those are the types of plays that real qb's make.
I may have be thinking about the wrong one, but if that's the one he overthrew Jean, I think Jean should have laid out to get that one. Not perfect ball placement, but the ball was in play & the receiver needs to make that play.

Yes, a better QB would make that throw. But nowhere near 100% of the time.
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Well then we can't win with him.

This is a kubiak coached team and everything going right Wont happen.
It went right 12 times. He has played like crap for a while now but we were still winning.

If the wheels have come off of him before we even get into his extension years. Yikes.
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Schaub has always been in a middle of the pack QB. At this point we have to ask ourselves, is this our guy? Can we win with this guy?

The answer, for me, is no. No we can't win with this guy.
But he is Kubiak's guy. That is all that matters to McNair. Sorry folks we are stuck with Kubiak and Schaub for the foreseeable future. As someone else already said, "Welcome to South Cincinatti and not quite good enough." Every season from now on will be Groundhog Day.
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Everyone else tries to upgrade when they have a placeholder like Schaub. We have become content with him being the guy.
He is the modern day equivalent of Jon Kitna, Trent Dilfer, Steve Beuerlein.
By all rights, Schaub should be a journeyman qb that goes from team to team and tries to get a shot here and there like Rex Grossman, nothing more and nothing less.
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But he is Kubiak's guy. That is all that matters to McNair. Sorry folks we are stuck with Kubiak and Schaub for the foreseeable future. As someone else already said, "Welcome to South Cincinatti and not quite good enough." Every season from now on will be Groundhog Day.
Goddamn, I just wrote the same thing in a different thread....good but never good enough. What a sad prospect for this team. Sticking with Kubes and Schaub for years...with no true excellence in sight during their reign.
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A step is open and Jean has had a step quite a few times.

You are making excuses now.

Schaub has played mediocre to really bad for a while now.
yup, how many times did we see kareem blanket lance moore and brees put a pass right behind kareems noggin into moores chest.. schaub cant throw guys open and cant beat tight coverage.. dbs eyes light up at those putrid throws like sluggers eyes light up when theyre sitting on curveball and get a big fat hanger in their wheel house..
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It went right 12 times. He has played like crap for a while now but we were still winning.

If the wheels have come off of him before we even get into his extension years. Yikes.
Detroit won a lot if games with kitna at qb too.
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