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Old 10-22-2013   #41
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Big deal; I wanted the Texans to take both Wilson and Keenum so that one can be the insurance policy for the other in case of injury.
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Big deal; I wanted the Texans to take both Wilson and Keenum so that one can be the insurance policy for the other in case of injury.
Well, don't hold out on us. Lay it out. I just wanted to prove that Schaub could have been easily replaced instead of re-signing him. I was right on the money.
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Well, don't hold out on us. Lay it out. I just wanted to prove that Schaub could have been easily replaced instead of re-signing him. I was right on the money.
It doesn't matter. We didn't marry ourselves to Schaub with some ridiculous contract. We paid him a starters wage, not an elite wage. We can cut him at the end of the season with little repercussion.

It was a, "You have two seasons to win a Super Bowl" contract. Nothing more, nothing less.

& this is the second year.
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He has an aurora. Open and shut case!
No wonder people like Keenum. Everyone likes pretty lights.

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It doesn't matter. We didn't marry ourselves to Schaub with some ridiculous contract. We paid him a starters wage, not an elite wage. We can cut him at the end of the season with little repercussion.

It was a, "You have two seasons to win a Super Bowl" contract. Nothing more, nothing less.

& this is the second year.
What a HUGE mistake it was giving Schaub the deal before seeing how he would play an entire season coming from the Linsfranc injury. Now Ed Reed.. Rick set us back with those two moves. Fire-able offenses. But that's a whole other thread.


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"Look at me, look at me I was right and you were wrong, nanny nanny boo boo"

We need a cookie emoticon for everyone who needs to feel vindicated and craves the attention, geez.
Nostradamus ain't got sh*t on me!

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Lets be honest, this kid did damned good, the tejans have their new QB.

Yep, he did well. Especially without running backs...
That about sums it up for me.
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Must be all them Coogs fans posing as Chief fans.

Seriously, those were high praises.
I must admit, I was surprised.
Darn it; I wonder what it would have been like if the Texans pulled that game off.
You think they would go ballistic over there at Chiefs planet?
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No wonder people like Keenum. Everyone likes pretty lights.
It doesn't hurt that he can actually hit a WR in stride or over the top in the end zone.
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It doesn't hurt that he can actually hit a WR in stride or over the top in the end zone.
yeah, but can Keenum throw a 7 yard pass on a 3rd & 10? That is a crucial play for QBs in Kubiak's scheme.
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yeah, but can Keenum throw a 7 yard pass on a 3rd & 10? That is a crucial play for QBs in Kubiak's scheme.


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What a HUGE mistake it was giving Schaub the deal before seeing how he would play an entire season coming from the Linsfranc injury. Now Ed Reed.. Rick set us back with those two moves. Fire-able offenses. But that's a whole other thread.
By signing Schaub, you open the door for Keenum. If the Texans went out to get another QB they most likely would have drafted another QB who would have also been ahead of Keenum on the depth chart.

Schaub won 12 games last year & we won a play-off game. Worth the money to me.

That contract said, "I can get Case ready for 2014 if Schaub doesn't win a Super Bowl before that."

There's no way Tj would have been our starter had we not signed Schaub. There's no way Keenum would have been our starter, or our #2 if we had not signed Schaub.

If we signed a Veteran, then drafted a 1st day QB, that's position 1 & 2 right there. Maybe Keenum beats Tj for the scout team job, but I doubt it.
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By signing Schaub, you open the door for Keenum. If the Texans went out to get another QB they most likely would have drafted another QB who would have also been ahead of Keenum on the depth chart.

Schaub won 12 games last year & we won a play-off game. Worth the money to me.

That contract said, "I can get Case ready for 2014 if Schaub doesn't win a Super Bowl before that."

There's no way Tj would have been our starter had we not signed Schaub. There's no way Keenum would have been our starter, or our #2 if we had not signed Schaub.

If we signed a Veteran, then drafted a 1st day QB, that's position 1 & 2 right there. Maybe Keenum beats Tj for the scout team job, but I doubt it.
On the other hand, my humble strategy was to take two among Wilson, Cousins, and Keenum (preferrably Keenum and Wilson).
Wilson played in both the pro and WCO; Cousins played in a hybrid version if the two systems. But I like Keenum's moxy.

Let them two duke it out with Schaub and Yates.
I don't dislike Yates, but I have always thought that Wilson and Keenum are better.

We might be able to strike a more team-friendly deal with Schaub.
I would trade Yates in that off-season.

It didn't matter to me whether Wilson or Keenum becomes the eventual starter; I'm no UH homer. I let it be known that I would be in euphoria if the Texans take them two.
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What a HUGE mistake it was giving Schaub the deal before seeing how he would play an entire season coming from the Linsfranc injury. Now Ed Reed.. Rick set us back with those two moves. Fire-able offenses. But that's a whole other thread.
It was a huge mistake. Considering they chose Schaub over Manning.

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By signing Schaub, you open the door for Keenum. If the Texans went out to get another QB they most likely would have drafted another QB who would have also been ahead of Keenum on the depth chart.

Schaub won 12 games last year & we won a play-off game. Worth the money to me.

That contract said, "I can get Case ready for 2014 if Schaub doesn't win a Super Bowl before that."

There's no way Tj would have been our starter had we not signed Schaub. There's no way Keenum would have been our starter, or our #2 if we had not signed Schaub.

If we signed a Veteran, then drafted a 1st day QB, that's position 1 & 2 right there. Maybe Keenum beats Tj for the scout team job, but I doubt it.
You are just looking at it from your perspective. If we didnt resign matt schaub maybe we go after Peyton and make the necessary roster moves to do so. Maybe we draft a qb like Russell Wilson instead of wasting another year hoping schaub can lead us.

Seeing as how Keenum basically won or at the very least had a draw vs Yates this preseason, maybe Keenum starts the season instead of schaub and we find our new future qb and instead we use that money we used on schaub on other parts of the team.

Based on Keenum's play in the chiefs and preseason, he would have played either way. To say signing schaub opened the door for keenum is a stretch.

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On the other hand, my humble strategy was to take two among Wilson, Cousins, and Keenum (preferrably Keenum and Wilson).
Wilson played in both the pro and WCO; Cousins played in a hybrid version if the two systems. But I like Keenum's moxy.

Let them two duke it out with Schaub and Yates.
I don't dislike Yates, but I have always thought that Wilson and Keenum are better.

We might be able to strike a more team-friendly deal with Schaub.
I would trade Yates in that off-season.

It didn't matter to me whether Wilson or Keenum becomes the eventual starter; I'm no UH homer. I let it be known that I would be in euphoria if the Texans take them two.
absolutely agree. but then again, Wilson would have outplayed schaub or yates and still be relegated to #3 qb.
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Duane brown still wants Schaub. He made that clear.

Dre didn't say who he wanted, but I think he wants keenum. After the game, the way he sounded and the way he talked about him. And he even re-iterated: "like I said, it's just something about him"

That's pretty strong coming from Dre.
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Duane brown still wants Schaub. He made that clear.

Dre didn't say who he wanted, but I think he wants keenum. After the game, the way he sounded and the way he talked about him. And he even re-iterated: "like I said, it's just something about him"

That's pretty strong coming from Dre.
Dre is done with schaub. You can figure that out just reading between the lines on what Dre is saying. You can see it when stephen a smith was clowning schaub in front of dre's face when dre did a segment on first take.

Dre is done with schaub and so are a lot of players who just dont want to admit it publicly. If fans who dont really have any real stake in the team is fed up with schaub, what do you think about players who put their lives on the line, who put in the work relentlessly, who actually have real stakes on the line?

They maybe towing the company line but you can bet more than a few feel the same way about schaub.
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Duane brown still wants Schaub. He made that clear.

Dre didn't say who he wanted, but I think he wants keenum. After the game, the way he sounded and the way he talked about him. And he even re-iterated: "like I said, it's just something about him"

That's pretty strong coming from Dre.
When/where did Brown make it clear he wants Schaub?
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