Matt Schaub almost blocks Terrell Suggs

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  1. Wolf

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    thought this was funny
    http://www.houstontexans.com/news/a...ll-Suggs/4f8ebf1c-03ad-4a28-96bb-20587a1e767d
     
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    I was so, so happy to see Schaub get out of the way. Even if that was a game winning play, I would want him out of the way. We can't win the superbowl without Schaub. Smart play. And good on Suggs not to seek out contact anyway
     
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    As prime would say... Schaub made a "business decision". :)
     
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    That was hilarious........ I'm glad Matt made the decision he did. That's not a time to be a hero and prove anything to the team. You got the starting gig kid. Just do what you do best and sling that rock.
     
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    Matt's life passed before my eyes as I yelled get out of the way! Then I burst out laughing as Suggs went different direction. Sort of a weird screech, choking laugh where my heart dropped and my stomach race up my throat.
     
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    If I saw Suggs running towards me, I'd scream like a little girl and run down the opposite side of the field.. probably leaving a chocolate chip trail in my wake. :)
     
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    We were laughing our butt off in the living room. I kept rewinding the DVR to watch it again. Schaub looked real serious about blocking Suggs and then at the last second he was like "No, just kidding."
     
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    It's what you call an "Ole!" block
    :lol:
     


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    :spit: Now thats funny right there. He was even wearing red
     
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    Eh, not as impressive as the Sanchize.

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    Ha, what a little punk
     
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    When I saw Schaub square up for the block, I thought, "Is that Schaub?!" Then he danced out of it and I thought, "Yeah, definitely Schaub."

    When Andre answered Schaub about the legality of the cut block, he was probably visualizing Trent Green's attempted cut block on Travis Johnson, which could have been the last straw that ended Green's career.

    Link. Apologies for the excessive Olbermaness of this clip.
     
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    i will never get tired of this
     
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    i remember when ol peyton throw a block that was funny
     
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    I remember when Favre did. Not so funny..

    And remember when Trent Green tried to chop block Travis Johnson? Yeah, not a smart move..

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    I saw it live too. I think Schaub might have thrown a little more of a block if Arian hadn't sped off, but it was clear Arian was out sprinting Suggs.

    Smart move Schaub, thank you very much. I was relieved to see him get out of the way.
     
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    GIF worthy! Dutchrudder?!?!?
     
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    The matador block helped Foster turn the corner. Suggs hesitated when he saw 6'5 230 pound Matt Schaub drop anchor.
     
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    I can see Suggs was thinking ARE YOU SERIOUS with smile on his face. But, that play was funny. I laughed so hard.

    Go Schaub!!!
     
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