Houston Texans: Matt Schaub Is Not the Problem

March 2, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Move over, Bud Adams and Tracy McGrady. Make room for the latest member of the “Most Reviled Athletic Figures in Houston Sports History.”
Matt Schaub has now been deemed worthless enough for membership of this ill-reputed group. 
For the Houston Texans, the 2012 schedule was supposed to be nothing short of a ride down the yellow brick road straight to the Super Bowl. By Week 14, the team had surged to 11-1 and topped the NFL rankings. 
They followed their ascendance to those lofty heights with 2-4 tailspin. Their once-promising season ended in a second ignominious defeat by the standard bearers of NFL consistency, the New England Patriots, in the AFC Divisional Round. 
No individual was blamed more than Schaub, with the two touchdowns and four interceptions that contributed to his 74.8 passer rating in those four losses, capped with the two-interception performance against the Patriots in the playoffs.
With the draft just weeks ...

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