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Old 11-19-2008   #21
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Well, he sure is cheap shot prone... and seems to have a "glass jaw" so to speak.
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Jared Allen got fined again on a shot this past sunday game.
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A difference between Schaub and Carr that I see is that Schaub can actually get rid of the ball. When a QB like Schaub throws the ball, he's avoiding the sack and may even score a touchdown, but he leaves himself completely open to the hit. That's where Schaub is getting hurt, after he throws the ball.

Carr was able to stay healthy for so long because he rarely threw the ball away. That's also why he got more sacks... well, a reason anyway. Carr prepared himself for the hit by going in the fetal position or bracing himself for it. Schaub gets rid of the ball but gets walloped.
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As an athlete I was very injury prone (have two joints that act funny on cold days to prove it) so I can sympathize. Sometimes your body fails you and there is nothing you can do.

Schaub seems to lack general toughness though, injury or not. Any time he even gets touched by an opposing player he always flops on the ground and lays there for a good long while. He's litterally been nudged and done the same.

Every QB gets cheap shots put on him. That's why guys like Allen, Rodney Harrison, and Hanyesworth get paid the big bucks. A QB that will amount to anything in the NFL plays through it and gets off the turf.

I could never see Schaub playing like Anquan Boldin is this year after that horrific injury
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i think the facts dont lie since hes been here he has missed alot of games for whatever reason

i just calling it like i see it

on paper it does not look good so far
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As an athlete I was very injury prone (have two joints that act funny on cold days to prove it) so I can sympathize. Sometimes your body fails you and there is nothing you can do.

Schaub seems to lack general toughness though, injury or not. Any time he even gets touched by an opposing player he always flops on the ground and lays there for a good long while. He's litterally been nudged and done the same.

Every QB gets cheap shots put on him. That's why guys like Allen, Rodney Harrison, and Hanyesworth get paid the big bucks. A QB that will amount to anything in the NFL plays through it and gets off the turf.

I could never see Schaub playing like Anquan Boldin is this year after that horrific injury
I see where you are going with that statement however, blaming a guy for getting his MCL torn and his shoulder seperated from cheap shots is hardly an argument, since all of those other QB's that get cheap shot in the same fashion. Generally speaking guys dont play through those injuries and if they do ala Philip Rivers last season in the playoffs, they are not productive. And to add to that it's not like Schaub is sitting because of nagging injuries.

So to answer the question, no I dont think Schaub is injury prone.
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Default Re: Is Schaub injury prone?

I don't think he's injury prone. I think he's a victim of the Houston sports team's curse.

Some of y'all think the Madden cover is cursed...pffft! The Houston sports team's curse puts the Madden curse to shame. Join a Houston sports team and you're guaranteed to fail in some form.
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Default Re: Is Schaub injury prone?

I won't comment on whether or not he's injury prone, but I will say at some point, it becomes irrelevant. All that matters is how much time he spends on the field playing for his team. He can miss time legitimately, or because he's been cheap shotted, or because he has a glass jaw .... whatever. At the end of it, all that's going to matter is whether or not he was out there. At some point, the reasons and excuses no longer matter.
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Schaub reminds me of an expensive foreign car...paid alot to get it and it looks like it is better than the one you had. It handles better and you enjoy the experiance better, but it never works...it is always in the shop. So you have to spend time in a rental and miss the days when you had a reliable carr(freudian slip)... not as flashy but it could get the job done if taken care of.

Was schaub worth all that we gave up for him? Could David have done better with the weapons we have now and what if we used those pics we traded to atlanta for offensive line help.

We will never know because our expensive Qb is on the rack and our rental that we thought was a Camry turned out to be a KIA. My apologies to KIA owners your car is more reliable than Sage.
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A difference between Schaub and Carr that I see is that Schaub can actually get rid of the ball. When a QB like Schaub throws the ball, he's avoiding the sack and may even score a touchdown, but he leaves himself completely open to the hit. That's where Schaub is getting hurt, after he throws the ball.

Carr was able to stay healthy for so long because he rarely threw the ball away. That's also why he got more sacks... well, a reason anyway. Carr prepared himself for the hit by going in the fetal position or bracing himself for it. Schaub gets rid of the ball but gets walloped.
Common misconception based on the final couple years here in Houston. From '02 - '04, Carr was as tough as they came; he just never progressed to where he needed to be, and toward the end of '04 began the downhill slide.

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Could David have done better with the weapons we have now and what if we used those pics we traded to atlanta for offensive line help.
Carr was damaged goods by that point. His chance at an NFL career ended in '04.
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Default Re: Is Schaub injury prone?

I don't necessarily think that he's injury prone, just a pocket passer that's not getting very good pass protection.

This is why I'm not sold on the ZBS. Seems like it works great for a mobile QB like Elway or Vick, but a pocket passer like Schaub doesn't have much of a chance.....especially against an above average defense.
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"Is Schaub injury prone?"

Uh, yep.

But of course...it's not his fault. He receives hits that even Superman would crumble under. And that pesky oline is a problem, too. Matt Schaub just needs a 360-degree 3-yard halo for 5 seconds each pass play and he'd be fine.

When will you guys "get it?" The guy is not durable. All NFL players are going to get hurt. All NFL players are going to have to figure out a way, a way beyond the thinking of most sane people, to stay out of harm's way no matter what. You have to limit the severity of the hits to some degree. You have to be smart 100% of the time.

But you still get hurt. It's just part of the game. Do I know about? A little. I played some ball in school, but not college and not pro. Still, you only have to read the quotes of other NFl players to grasp the fact that all NFL players get dinged up and hurt. A QB in the NFL has to find a way to protect HIMSELF instead of thinking that others are there to ensure his safety.

Man, I am so ready for the Schaub days to be over.
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Injury prone is subjective.

The fact is that he has missed 1/3 or so of the games he's been a Texan. This is a pattern, but he's only been here two years. His fault or not, a third year of the same pattern would be significant to me.
Last year when the first rumblings of "fragile" were in the air I said repeatedly that one season marred by injury does not make a player injury prone or fragile. I also said that if we got a repeat of this in 2008 then it would be a fair topic of discussion. I still stand by that and I think that after two seasons with injuries it's more than fair to ask this question and I can see why some of us think the answer is "yes". I'm leaning toward agreeing and I hate to say that because I think the guy has a chance to really be an excellent QB for us in this system if we could ever get the running game on track consistently. Still, some guys just end up being hurt all the time and in every one of those guys careers there are injuries that can be pointed out as being "not this guys fault" but they happen.

I think that year 3 is it for this as well. Once is fine. Twice is suspicious. Three times is a pattern in my opinion and you go ahead and start working towards another direction following that third season. In fact I'd part ways with the Rosenchopper after this year and try to land the best veteran backup I could find because I'm expecting Schaub's 3rd year to be just like the first two.Then I'd draft a QB following that season and plan on letting Schaub walk if need be. By year 4 if he's going to stick around to try and beat this thing then he's going to do it at a discount and have to beat the other QB's on the roster out for the job.
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I know Chris Chandelier, and Matt Schaub is no Chris Chandelier.
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Last year when the first rumblings of "fragile" were in the air I said repeatedly that one season marred by injury does not make a player injury prone or fragile. I also said that if we got a repeat of this in 2008 then it would be a fair topic of discussion. I still stand by that and I think that after two seasons with injuries it's more than fair to ask this question and I can see why some of us think the answer is "yes". I'm leaning toward agreeing and I hate to say that because I think the guy has a chance to really be an excellent QB for us in this system if we could ever get the running game on track consistently. Still, some guys just end up being hurt all the time and in every one of those guys careers there are injuries that can be pointed out as being "not this guys fault" but they happen.

I think that year 3 is it for this as well. Once is fine. Twice is suspicious. Three times is a pattern in my opinion and you go ahead and start working towards another direction following that third season. In fact I'd part ways with the Rosenchopper after this year and try to land the best veteran backup I could find because I'm expecting Schaub's 3rd year to be just like the first two.Then I'd draft a QB following that season and plan on letting Schaub walk if need be. By year 4 if he's going to stick around to try and beat this thing then he's going to do it at a discount and have to beat the other QB's on the roster out for the job.
So he's on the team for two more years, with the last year being a year where he has to earn the spot (finally)?

I'd dump both QBs and move on. But that'd be admitting that it failed, and we know that you don't do that in Houston. You pray and hope. You wait. You give extra chances. It's the decent thing to do.

And at the end of the day, it's the decent teams that win championships.
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So he's on the team for two more years, with the last year being a year where he has to earn the spot (finally)?

I'd dump both QBs and move on. But that'd be admitting that it failed, and we know that you don't do that in Houston. You pray and hope. You wait. You give extra chances. It's the decent thing to do.

And at the end of the day, it's the decent teams that win championships.
I don't see why not. The guy is hurt because an asshat drove his helmet into Matt's knee. It was a cheap shot and it injured him. That cheap shot injures just about every player it happens to so how are you going to take this season and count it against him? Somebody go get Brett Favre and line up Jared Allen's helmet with Favre's knee and see what happens. I'll tell you what happens, the "Iron Man" goes down just like Schaub did.

Schaub has had a pretty good season apart from the turnovers and in fact played three outstanding games against Jacksonville, Detroit, and Cincinnati (admittedly not "the gauntlet" but still great games) and played well enough to win two others (Tennessee and Miami which we split).

I think his play has earned him a spot on this team. I just think that there is a chance that he might lose that spot if he can't stay healthy and think you prove or disprove that in 2009. Given that we're talking about two years in a row here I go into 2009 prepared for the worst but hoping for the best.

If he makes it through the 2009 season without a major injury then great. We're rolling. If he doesn't then that's when I say head in a new direction and if you're going to keep Schaub on the team at all past that point he's got to be able to win a spot on the roster all over again. I never said I didn't think he'd done enough to earn his place right now and I don't see any reason not to have him around in 2010 even if we're getting a rookie warmed up to take over.
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Dump Schaub and go get Colt McCoy. Sign a crappy fa qb too. Get rid of Sage. He will only break your heart.
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Dump Schaub and go get Colt McCoy. Sign a crappy fa qb too. Get rid of Sage. He will only break your heart.
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