All this VY jock-sniffing that I'm reading about "leadership." I, well most of us with good critical faculty anyway, remember this about 2008-2009: When things went wrong at the start of last season, Vince Young pouted during the Jacksonville game and had to be later searched for by the cops. When things went wrong in the Miami game, when Matt Schaub heard all the boos at Reliant...he only pulled up his chin strap and took the team down the field and scored the TD himself! Those are qualities I see from those images I recall. Nothing's really changed for me when we consider the dynamics. All that baloney that the MNF announcers spouted about VY "the most poised that they've ever seen"...yeah, that's because he had no pressure at 0-6, not much to lose, taking them on a nice little streak, and it doesn't hurt to have Chris Johnson to take the pressure off from actually throwing consistently. In 2006-2007, I recall it was a top Titans defense that won games, not VY per se. But there will be a time when the rest of the NFL assembles more film to, ah, re-acquaint themselves with Mr. Young and game plan those nice options, and he is expected to produce beyond a basically LOST SEASON down the road. Isn't it funny how all the VY worshipping was all but done but now revived for a few games? What if it all goes wrong once the Titans ultimately hit a skid? Will Vince hide somewhere again? Matt Schaub's got thick skin. He responds. He makes mistakes but he finds a way to respond POSITIVELY. He puts his team in a position to win or tie in close games. It's not his fault that his backs and kicker can't score at the last second. We'll see how it all works out down the road. Like Steve Young basically asserted, at some point winning "from the pocket" is ultimately where it is. We'll see how things stand once the little Tennessee carpet ride runs its course. Nope, I'll still take Matt Schaub, his overall maturity, humility and consistency to throw that ball WELL despite the pressure, no running game and depletion of a crucial TE. I'll take the Matt Schaub that communicates plays and schemes with his team, even off the field, rather than the other guy that pimps it when not on the field! (Maybe Vince Young may mature later...but...) All this about "winning." That's what VY (or Rob Bironas or a solid defense) does for a stretch in calm seas until the next storm approaches on the horizon. These types of painful close games will further help Schaub's career down the road. Heck, Schaub's already tasted winning some good close games. It's adversity where we see a young Texans team develop. And despite some setbacks, the Texans still have a top 3 QB, a top 3 WR, a top TE until injury...an improving defense...it's the first time in Texans history it's all happened. And it's getting better. Bitter waters yet before the sweet. It's not yet the Texans time but since opening day, the Texans have not yet been through a waxing like 59-0 or 40-something to 17 at Jax, unlike VY's team this year. See, all the Vince Young jock sniffers, hitherto gone for awhile, are back spouting off while times are (momentarily) good. Vince Young is quite less a leader than Matt Schaub. Hiding and pouting, having mama speak up. Come on, man.