"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). Since its Monday morning and I'm still foggy from the weekend, let's go ahead and do that.
The multitude of passes to the wrong team, four of which have been housed, is not my primary concern with Schaub. It's the startling amount of incompletions. In his last four games, Schaub is hitting only 60.4 percent of his intended targets. Protracted to the rest of the fall, that figure would be the 33-year-old's worst completion percentage since taking over the Texans' reins in 2007. Moreover, the injuries suffered by Schaub over the years have taken their toll on his strength, evidenced in a career-low 6.44 yards per completion.
In truth, this regr...