The following is a 95% accurate transcript I created over the past 20 minutes after watching the NFLN show with Matt Schaub on the Texans Cam. I typed it in shorthand as it was being broadcasted, then went back and expanded on it while my memory was fresh. Most interesting thing to notice (at the very very end of this post) is Schefter came on after Schaub and ran down the whole Carr-Trent Green-Dolphins-Oakland thing. Here's the interview as best I can portray it. You can probably go to NFL.com and see it yourself if you hate reading ---------------------- Eisen: How did this deal come about? Schaub: It happened quickly, earlier this week. They talked to the Falcons and were able to work out a deal. I was excited to get to make it happen. (Mentioned the golf game with Kubiak again. Said they didn't keep score on front nine, but then kept score on back nine) Next question: Were you surprised the Texans were interested, and was there any history there to go on? Schaub: No, not really. There are other coaches I've worked with that spoke with Kubiak, people he's worked with and has crossed paths with. It was a natural fit for me. I've had 3 years in Atlanta and 3 yrs in Virginia playing in this type of system (WCO)...I am very acclimated to it, and it's just a natural fit. Next question: The Texans passed up Vince Young, do you feel more pressure now? Schaub: No I don't. No more than I have already put on myself. There's no more added burden than what I have put on myself. We're focused on winning a championship. And it's not just me... it's me, it's the team, the coaches, the whole organization is trying to make it happen. Next question: What about your time behind Michael Vick? Schaub: It was very valuable to be behind him, learning an NFL system , how it works, learning behind one of the most noticed athletes in the world. It was very valuable to see what he goes through, what I can expect when I get my opportunity. Next question: Carr was the most sacked, did it worry you when you began the process of working on this deal? Schaub: No. Coach Kubiak told me he's going to protect the QB. This team had some injuries up front last year, but looks healthy now, and there's a lot of talent up there and we're gonna make this thing work. But we're all going to be a cohesive group and get this thing done. END OF INTERVIEW. Eisen comes back later in the show, asks Schefter about David Carr's potential landing spots. This is what Schefter had to say: Schefter: (To Rich Eisen) Rich, I think David ends up on the street. The Texans have been unable to find takers. Once he's released, which most people think he will be released, the teams most interested are (in this order, by the way) Minnesota, the Dolphins, the Raiders. If the Dolphins get Trent Green, which it appears that Trent is way out in front as the guy the Dolphins are most interested in, then the Raiders might look at Culpepper because the Dolphins would then have the same situation with Culpepper as Houston has with David--They will need to find a place for Culpepper and Oakland might be looking at him. Thinking about it, the Vikes might be the most logical place for David Carr.