Browsing Matt Schaub

NFL Rumors – Oakland Raiders Might Start Derek Carr at Quarterback

Posted on 26 Aug, 2014, by in NFL

When the Oakland Raiders signed Matt Schaub they thought they’ve found themselves a starting quarterback, at least for the short term. However, his weak performances in preseason added to some very good ones from Derek Carr might mean that the rookie out of Fresno State will be getting the starting role eventually. More

Packers Over Raiders – The Difference in Quarterback Quality

Posted on 23 Aug, 2014, by in NFL

The Oakland Raiders seem to be in internal limbo when it comes to their quarterback position. The Green Bay Packers, winning their preseason encounter 31-21, are in the opposite situation with Aaron Rodgers, who wasn’t at his most accurate but didn’t cause any doubts as to why his team has one less position to worry about when he’s on the field. More

Raiders Over Lions – Result is the Least Important Thing

Posted on 16 Aug, 2014, by in NFL

Despite losing 27-26 to the Oakland Raiders, the Detroit Lions are probably quite pleased with what they saw early on from their starters and especially Matthew Stafford, throwing two touchdown passes before the hosts got on a roll which they rode until their narrow win. More

Vikings Over Raiders – Debuts Don’t go so Smoothly

Posted on 9 Aug, 2014, by in NFL

Fans of the Minnesota Vikings wanted to see Teddy Bridgewater make his debut in any kind of NFL game but weren’t left impressed with the rookie; a bit more with the 10-6 win over the Oakland Raiders, who have made their own changes to the quarterback position, although they didn’t get much from another newcomer, Matt Schaub. More

Matt Schaub Injury – Reactions to Houston Texans Fans Cheering

Posted on 16 Oct, 2013, by in NFL

For the second time in two seasons, the NFL media seems to be stunned that fans will turn against their own team and player, as Matt Schaub felt the hate from Houston Texans fans cheering his he was taken off the field after an injury. This resulted in a huge backlash against the fan base, with the harshest words coming from other Texans players like Arian Foster and Andre Johnson. More

Houston Texans – The Weird Matt Schaub Story

Posted on 10 Oct, 2013, by in NFL

It’s hard to say what’s the weirder story right now: Matt Schaub turning into one of the worst quarterbacks in the NFL, or the difference in versions between NFL security and the Houston city police regarding Houston Texans fans coming to his house and confronting him about his lousy play recently. More

Houston Texans – Matt Schaub Interceptions Killing Their Season

Posted on 8 Oct, 2013, by in NFL

The Houston Texans are giving up 27.8 points per game this season, or 139 through their first five games. Matt Schaub’s part in all of this? He is responsible for the four consecutive pick-six games, while other interceptions (he has turned the ball over nine times this season) have yielded 17 points for opponents. More

San Francisco 49ers – Colin Kaepernick Nothing But a Cog in the Machine

Posted on 7 Oct, 2013, by in NFL

As we go deeper into the 2013 NFL season, Colin Kaepernick looks less and less special, while the San Francisco 49ers are getting back to their dominant and their impressive ways by going back to basics: An incredibly strong and smothering defense, accompanied by the power running game that has been the biggest part of their success since Jim Harbaugh took over. More

Houston Texans – Matt Schaub Can’t Handle the Pressure

Posted on 30 Sep, 2013, by in NFL

For a usually efficient quarterback on a team that doesn’t take many risks on offense, Matt Schaub is having one horrible season so far when it comes to avoiding throwing interceptions, being solely responsible for the Houston Texans losing to the Seattle Seahawks. More

Houston Texans – DeAndre Hopkins is Just What the Doctor Ordered

Posted on 16 Sep, 2013, by in NFL

After waiting for a very long time to find a second wide receiver to compliment Andre Johnson in the passing game, the Houston Texans and Matt Schaub are thankful for rookie DeAndre Hopkins, who made himself noticeable with a touchdown in overtime to keep the team perfect this season so far. More