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It's been a rough season for the Houston Texans so far; especially when the ball is in the hands of quarterback Matt Schaub. For four games in a row the man has had a ball intercepted and returned for a touchdown. What was supposed to be a Super Bowl season is not looking too good.
Fans need someone else. They need someone dynamic; that can make plays; who will at least try to tackle anyone who intercepts one of his balls. They need Johnny Manziel--and rapper Slim Thug wants to help bring him home to Houston.
Sometime during Sunday night's debacle Slim Thug sent out the following tweet:
We need u kid @JManziel2 u will be treated like a king here
— IG:HOGGLIFE101 (@slimthugga) October 7, 2013
Unlike wooing free agent Dwight Howard to come to the Houston, it is not the same for a college football player (stupid draft process). That didn't stop Slim Thug from campaigning for another of Texas's favorite sons to get a shot.
Case Keenum deserves Atleast a shot now this is embarrassing now he taking the energy from the whole team
— IG:HOGGLIFE101 (@slimthugga) October 7, 2013
Case didn't get his chance Sunday night. T.J. Yates did instead. He didn't do anything with the ball so you have to wonder if Schaub struggles again if Keenum will get a shot instead.
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Matt Schaub has taken a few blows lately, especially after recording his fourth straight game with a pick six during the Texans' lopsided loss to the 49ers.
Before pick No. 4 was in the record books, one Houston restaurant decided to joke about Schaub's streak by creating a "Matt Schaub Special." It included a burger with the customer's "pick" of...
According to CBS Houston, Texans fans approached quarterback Matt Schaub’s house and told him off because of how poorly he’s been playing lately.
“A fan went to his house and told him off,” said the source, adding that another person “took pictures of his family,” which were allegedly posted on Facebook. Fortunately, neither Schaub nor anyone in his family was hurt...
According to a report via Fred Davis of CBS Houston, Houston Texans starting quarterback Matt Schaub, was the victim of verbal abuse by irate fans on Tuesday evening. The Houston Police were notified by the NFL, but no arrests were made.
Schaub, who has struggled mightily with the Texans this season, throwing a pick-six in four consecutive games, was believed to have notified...
As a federal law-enforcement officer one of the worst things in the world is to see your family harassed or insulted. Matt Schaub of the Houston Texans is playing pretty bad football. But over the last couple weeks so He has been harassed, ridiculed, and attacked by the Houston Texans fan base. According to John […]
It has been a rough season for Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub. After last week's poor showing against the San Francisco 49ers he has the dubious distinction of being the only quarterback in NFL history to have an interception returned for a touchdown in four consecutive games.
Apparently some so-called fans decided they needed to tell him how unhappy they were with...
It’s one thing to burn a player’s jersey out of frustration or boo him or clamor for him to be benched. It’s entirely another to track him down at his home at berate him and invade his private life. Sadly, that’s reportedly what a few Houston Texans fans did to beleaguered quarterback Matt Schaub.A source close to law enforcement told The Fred and Ted Show late Tuesday evening...
Matt Schaub threw two interceptions to Tramaine Brock, including one returned for a touchdown for a fourth straight game, and the San Francisco 49ers led the Houston Texans 21-0 at halftime Sunday night.
Brock stepped in front of Andre Johnson to intercept Schaub's first pass and ran 18 yards untouched into the end zone before most fans had even settled into their seats on a...
According to Fred Davis of CBS Sports, Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub was harassed by upset fans at his home Tuesday evening. The Houston police were notified of the incident but as of now, no arrests have been made. Schaub has played horribly this season, throwing a pick six in each of his last four […]
Late in Sunday night’s game between the Houston Texans and the San Francisco 49ers, Texans head coach Gary Kubiak pulled the plug on quarterback Matt Schaub’s three interception performance. Although T.J. Yates saw some playing time, it wasn’t a permanent move. Still, it’s no surprise that quarterback controversy is creeping into Houston.
Following three straight losses...
Matt Schaub’s Favorite Number (Meme)
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"You're not, you're not good, Al. You stink." Serendipitously, this moment in Caddyshack was on TV immediately following Matt Schaub's historic performance last night. Is "historic" the word I'm looking for?
It's easy to pile on Schaub today after the Houston quarterback's latest football faux pas (19-for-35, 173 yards, three interceptions...
Here’s another tough blow to Matt Schaub’s already shaken confidence.
ESPN.com is reporting that Texans tight end Owen Daniels will likely to miss four to six weeks after he suffered a non-displaced fibula fracture late in Sunday night’s game against the 49ers.
Daniels is tied for the team lead in touchdowns, and probably the only person Matt Schaub can get the ball to right now.
It's as though they're becoming smarter as the season wears on. This was easily the least stupid week thus far in 2013. Thank goodness for the NFC East.
The stupidest pick six, considering the circumstances
I hate to pile on Matt Schaub, but when you've become a pick six goat this season, I don't know how you throw this pass on the very first series against...
What is it with quarterbacks in Texas? Last week Matt Schaub threw a game tying interception against Houston and subsequently crapped the bed in San Francisco on Sunday night. This week it was the NFL’s favourite whipping boy Tony Romo who, despite a career day, managed to revert to form and throw an interception that cost his team a game. A storyline that is all too familiar for...
As Week 5 in the NFL came to a close last night, it’s time to take a look at the best and worst performers from the weekend.
Tony Romo, Dallas Cowboys – 25/36, 506 yards, 5 TD, INT
Romo is catching a lot of flack this week, despite setting a single-game career high for passing yards. His interception at the 2 minute warning in the 4th quarter led to the game winning field...