He has real good stats but he has had trouble finishing the game. The jury is still out, but he sure hasn't done much to put us over when we are on the fence at the end of the game and can fall either way. We still have a few games left and I for one would like him to see him win a close game when it is looking bleak like Peyton did this trip and the last time he was here. I'm not expecting him to be anywhere close to Peyton but his stats are good so he must have some talent. The intangible winning attitude is what this organization needs. My wife said on the way home from the game today that she would have liked to have seen Schaub up high-fiving the players after scoring in the first half rather than just going to sit down on the bench (she had my binoculars). We're not going to see this from the current coaching staff so it's up to the QB.