Originally Posted by infantrycak
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.
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.
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.
That would be your assumption. It is just as reasonable to believe Kubiak honestly believes Schaub is clearly better.
Originally Posted by Lucky
Since when have the Texans capitulated to knee-jerk fans?
What's funny about Rosenfel's situation is that he would have a better chance at being traded had he sat out the camps and OTAs. Because Sage is a class act, the Texans can count on him as a valuable backup and not rocking the boat.
Gary Kubiak believes that Matt Schaub is the better QB. It's his opinion that counts and it's his job that is at stake. I doubt Kubiak is alone in the opinion in the NFL. Schaub's value was two 2nd round draft picks. And that's before he became a NFL starter. Had the Texans been offered two 2nd round draft picks for Rosenfels this offseason, some other fan board would be discussing how good Sage is/isn't.
First Infantry comes in and hits a bunch of body blows and then Lucky comes in with the uppercut and knocks out GP.
Lucky you knowTexans Mgt does this hence we drafted a RB ....... errr Nevermind we drafted the stud DE that was just a workout warrior.