Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by Nighthawk, Dec 19, 2007.
Should we IR Schaub, or just sit him, or should we allow him to play?
Why rush him? IR him.
There's no reason to play him, if he needs surgery they need to get it over already so he can begin rehab.
If the doctors have told him that there is truly no chance for further injury, and remember it is his non-throwing shoulder, then I saw give him one more shot at it this year. He still needs all the live game time he can get if he is going to continue to improve.
I second this notion. He needs all the live game experience he can get.
Ye, let him play and get another game under his belt.
"Step aside Butch..."
That's my vote. Let's just say that I have less than 100% confidence in the Texans' medical/training staff after the Mathis deal and all the vague injuries.
How come there is no "Trade him to the Jets for McFadden" pick?
GAH! MATT SCHAUB IS OUR STARTER AND SAGE IS JUST A GOOD BACK UP!! YOU DUMB!
If he is healthy enough to play, then he should play. However, seeing as how the team doesn't like to shed too much light on injuries I'm not sure this will happen. He has to play though.
Because this is not madden.
Start Sage and Schaub off the bench if needed. I too am not very certain about medical report. If you say he is not needed, it is like giving up on last two games. You might as well rest a lot of the starters and go with younger guys if that is the view.
Maybe we should be more concerned about preserving Sage for next year.
(insert emoticon with devil horns here)
Against Indy, I think Rosenfels should start, and Schaub should be 2nd string.
If Schaub is feeling much better within the next week, he should start against Jacksonville.
Artificial surface v. grass....
Artificial start Sage. Grass start Schaub.. Indy is artificial, start Sage
This will only stir more controversy, know what I mean!
I can only add that (IMO) there are three guys who cannot be replaced on this team, and neither QB fits the bill.
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