I mean he hasn't played a down yet, and rarely played in Atlanta. When he did, he did look pretty good, but so can a lot of relief pitchers, so to speak. Gradkowski in Tampa is a good example. When played his first game, he looked pretty good as well, then later, did not. Nobody knows for sure how he will do in his first opportunity to start. This team finally gets a new QB and everyone seems so relieved, as if he is going to automatically save the franchise. He didn't even have to win the job, he was just handed the keys to the car. I liked Schaub when he was in Atlanta because he's not Vick, he's a real QB, but this means nothing this year. He's on a different team in a different system and has not played a down here yet. Time is gonna tell what he will be able to do. If his numbers and wins don't look better than Carr's did last year, then it will be very revealing. I'm not jumping on this bandwagon till he proves it to me on the field, in a Texans uni.