Still think Schaub is "afraid of the Titans" defensive line?

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  1. DiehardChris

    DiehardChris You betcha!

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    Yeah, he was terrified.

    Running for yardage and not sliding... standing in the pocket and keeping his poise... almost 300 yards passing...

    Oh... and glad to see the Titan's "revenge" on Slaton for getting 100+ on them worked out.

    Slaton: 24 carries, 100 yards.

    Fat Albert and all the Titan players who talked shit all week - tell me how my ass tastes?

    HUGE win. SUCK IT BUD ADAMS! SUCK IT!!!
     
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    Very poetic! Rep your way. And yeah suck it hard Bud Adams, the entire state of Tennessee, and every single Tack fan out there!!!! Suck it really hard!!!
     
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    Question Schaub's durability now? Let's hear it???? Man he stood tall and played tough.
     
  4. Hardcore Texan

    Hardcore Texan Magnet Man

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    Ha! I agree, great feeling right now.

    For all the people that say Schaub is soft, they need to have their head examined. The dude is a gamer, he proved it last week by leading the team down the field and again today. Now, people may very well be able to argue he is injury prone but I don't see how anyone could call him soft. I hope he continues to stay healthy, he is shaping up into a very nice QB.
     
  5. DexmanC

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    I especially loved how EVERY time the Titans defense stacked the box,
    Schaub would go deep to Dre. It kept the Titans on their heels the
    whole game.
     
  6. DexmanC

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    It's a different game if Fisher would have had the guts to put Vince
    in the game on 3rd and 1.
     
  7. Jackie Chiles

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    Schaub was outstanding today, he and Andre were just awesome. Hopefully the O-line gels big time before next season starts cause I hate, I absolutely hate watching him get hit so much. Love how he bounced up after every hit today though.
     
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    Yeah, cuz he'd throw a pick and we'd win by more. :fans:
     
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  9. Hardcore Texan

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    I wouldn't be shocked if that blow to the head didn't result in a mild concussion, that was a hell of a hit he took.
     
  10. HJam72

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    That hit was hard, but I think he took it in the chin. His jaw may hurt all week, but I doubt he lost too many brain cells.
     
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    It looked like right around the left ear to me, it looked like you could see the helmet bending/absorbing the impact.
     
  12. Brando

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    Rep!:goodpost:

    To answer your question Chris, I don't think Schaub is scared of anybody.:texflag:
     
  13. HoustonFrog

    HoustonFrog Dallas Frog

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    Schaub has won big games. Schaub has been cool while bringing us back in tough games. He has done alot to prove himself. People saw this long ago and had to fight the constant backup lovers. He still needs to stay upright and knock back the turnovers but overall he is a tough guy who can lead a team and be a top QB
     
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    :goodpost: Absolutely. I mentioned it on another thread... I love the win, but what bothers me is both their lines are better than ours. We need to get stronger up front.
     
  15. DiehardChris

    DiehardChris You betcha!

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    No doubt. As sweet as that win was, it was cringe-inducing every time Schaub didn't get rid of the ball immediately... because man oh man were they ever bringing it.

    We just have to hope our players get better, because at this point with our O as good as it is - I don't see us upgrading the offensive line much. Certainly not significantly.
     
  16. Norg

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    yea hes still afriad i think he did like 2 check downs and about 3 throw aways
     
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    The throw aways were to prevent sacks. Would you rather him take an 8 yard loss? Maybe get planted by Al on his shoulder again?
     
  18. CloakNNNdagger

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    I'm agreeing with you on this one, esp., since we probably don't have a chance in H*ll of getting the TOP PASSER-RATED (127.1) QB in the NFL. He has a 100% completion rate (1 for 1) for 5 yds, 1 TD and 0 INTs..........His name?.......................David Carr.........:tomato::tomato::tomato:
     
  19. DiehardChris

    DiehardChris You betcha!

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    Norg's just kidding.

    Uh... right?
     

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