Matt's Twitter

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  1. Texanmike02

    Texanmike02 Site Contributor

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    Per Matt's twitter

    Maybe that's why @MSchaub8 is starting and you haven't played in a meaningful game in 4 years.

    Mike
     
  2. Quick II Draw

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    You tell em, Mike!

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  3. Bulls on Parade

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    I have questions as to what the Texans will do with Matt Leinart this off-season? I'm assuming Gary Kubiak will praise him and so he may as well have job security with the team just like Jacoby Jones. He has one year left on his contract, but I'd rather see the team try and sign Vince Young to compete with T.J. Yates as the backup entering training camp. I'd rather have kept Dan Orlovsky -- that's right, I said Dan Orlovsky, as the backup quarterback last off-season instead of signing Leinart to a two-year deal. Or should I say Matty Checkdown and Mr. USC bust just like his backfield buddy Reggie Bush.
     
  4. Kthx

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    I don't like your username or the fact that you want to get Vince Young.
     
  5. Ryan

    Ryan THIS YEAR

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    I don't get it.
     
  6. hobie

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    I am with ya... It is the offseason, and he's got a bum shoulder. So he took a nap, so.
    From what Schaub said after he got hurt, he said Leinart has been a film junkie and studies his arse off and asks questions all the time, and is wanting to learn and get better.

    I guess you just don't like Leinart..he's a #2 for a reason.
     
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    It's gonna be a loooooooooooooooooooooooooong offseason.......
     
  8. Texan_Bill

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    What I get is, that because Matt L likes himself a good nap and likes to sleep, he's a terrible QB, AND because Matt S doesn't enjoy sleep he's a better QB...

    That said, I don't really see any correlation.

    Personally, I would side with Matt L. on this issue. Sleep is not over-rated. I can't get enough.
     


  9. TejasTom

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    Bundle him and Jacoby in trade him for a case of Gatorade and a couple of workout towels.
     
  10. Hardcore Texan

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    I am guessing Yates will be #2 next season. And I don't Leinart will be a Texan.
     
  11. Maddict5

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    and the pointless thread of the week award goes to.......
     
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    This is what sleep deprivation gets you. Is this really what you want?
     
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    Id think sleep is more likely underrated myself
     
  14. gary

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    It does not matter who the backup is because most of the time you lose the starter and you do not win the Super Bowl.
     
  15. ChampionTexan

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    So because neither team won the Super Bowl, you're saying there's no difference between the 2011 Houston Texans and the 2011 Chicago Bears?
     
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    If, according to some around here, the ONLY thing that equates success is winning the Super Bowl, then no, there is no difference between the 2011 Houston Texans and any other team this year not named the New York Giants. If you didn't win, you failed. Your analogy is just a comparison of differing levels of failure.
     
  17. Double Barrel

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    That, or...uhh...you know, Schaub is just a better QB. :fingergun:

    We disagree.

    Signed,

    Roger Staubach, Terry Bradshaw, Jim Plunkett, Doug Williams, Jeff Hostetler, Trent Dilfer, and Tom Brady

    How many NFL backup quarterbacks went on to win a Super Bowl?
     
  18. Honoring Earl 34

    Honoring Earl 34 Hey Koolaid

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    I bet we see VY on Jeopardy before we see him in a Texans uniform .

    OK ... I thought of VY being on the popular game show Jeopardy and I googled it . This is what I found on a Baylor MB .

     
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    he did say most of the time so his statement still probably stands up
     
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    He also said it does not matter who is the backup QB. I showed clear examples where 25% of the QBs who have won Super Bowls won their first championship games in seasons that they started on the bench.

    The list expands if you consider how many QBs who won Super Bowls were backups at some point in their careers.

    It's just a matter of perspective, I suppose. :thinking:
     

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