Found October 07, 2013 on Fox Sports:
"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 regression was present in 2012. Schaub's totals look solid (4,008 yards, 22 touchdowns, 12 interceptions), but closer examination reveals two single-game contests were the catalyst for this line. Subtract Schaub's record-day versus Jacksonville (527 yards, five scores) and a strong display against a susceptible Denver secondary (290 yards, four touchdowns), those numbers plunge to a more modest output of 3,191 yards (227.9 yards per game), 13 scores and nine picks. Proprietors of Houston wideouts should not fret. If/when Schaub is removed from the starting role, backups T.J. Yates and Case Keenum can more than adequately fill-in under center. Although both lack powerful cannons, their accuracy will negate these woes. Perhaps more importantly, the values of Arian Foster and Ben Tate are skyrocketing, as Houston, already a ground-first offense, will amplify its reliance on this duo until its quarterback problems are resolved. As for Schaub...he was a fantasy friend in the 2009-10 seasons, but his flame has been slowly dimming for quite some time. If he endures as Houston's starter, even in deeper leagues, he's nothing more than a bye-week replacement. Of course, he does have Jacksonville twice on the upcoming slate. So he's got that going for him, which is nice. Five takeaways from Week 5: Willis McGahee is a top-20 RB At first glance, an unexceptional 2.8 yards per carry against a so-so Bills defense is not reason for rejoice. However, two positive takeaways from McGahee's Thursday night outing: 1. He handled his first workload since suiting up in brown and orange with 26 attempts (including a touchdown). 2. With Brandon Weeden back, Cleveland's hopes of soaring through the air are kaput, making McGahee the catalyst for the offense. Cleveland's stout defense and burly front line should also prove conducive to endeavors on the terrain. McGahee does not add much in the receiving arena, hurting his value in PPR leagues, but is a must-start against an exploitable Detroit rushing attack, one that's surrendering the sixth-most fantasy points to backs in 2013. No committee situation in Green Bay If there was ever a time to divide Eddie Lacy's touches, it would have been on Sunday, as Lacy was returning from a concussion. Instead, the Alabama product collected 23 carries for 99 yards against the Lions, versus just three rushing attempts by Johnathan Franklin. The Packers travel to Baltimore to face a Ravens defense holding adversaries to 3.4 yards per attempt, fifth-lowest production in the NFL, but envision Lacy to be a central component in Green Bay's game plan. Rams receiver roulette You try not to extrapolate too much from an individual contest. This view is particularly valid when the Jaguars are involved. Nevertheless, the most interesting tidbit deriving from the Jacksonville-St. Louis tilt, other than the Jags somehow scoring 20 points, was the pass distribution amongst Rams receivers. Ten players received at least one target, with Austin Pettis, Lance Kendricks, Tavon Austin and Chris Givens the focus of five or more Sam Bradford aims. Yet no receiver surpassed the 50-yard plateau or hauled in five catches. Bradford, like Drew Brees before the emergence of Jimmy Graham, has a penchant for spreading the love around in his offense. (That will be the only time you see "Bradford" and "Brees" in the same sentence.) This conception is seen in the Rams' stats through five games, with rookie Austin leading the team with 23 receptions, followed by Pettis at 22 and 20 for Jared Cook. Austin, Givens and Pettis all have varying degrees of upside, and Cook has a shot to finish as a top-10 contributor at his position. Unfortunately, on a week-to-week basis, choosing which entity will steal the spotlight, if any, is a crapshoot. Ryan Broyles does not warrant a fantasy roster spot Green Bay's porous secondary and the absence of Calvin Johnson presented a platform for Broyles to fulfill his sleeper expectations. Alas, Broyles added little of substance, snagging two balls for 22 yards. Coupled with his no-show last week, the second-year man out of Oklahoma is simply an ancillary factor in the Detroit passing game, a sentiment reflected in Broyles accounting for just five of Matthew Stafford's 125 completions. He may emerge with an occasional praiseworthy contest, but he lacks the consistency to earn the trust of fantasy owners. R.I.P. David Wilson 2013 Fantasy Campaign By God, we tried to keep our conviction in him, and it appeared that our faith was finally rewarded after Wilson found the end zone for the first time all season. Unfortunately, a neck injury shelved Wilson for the rest of the game, bequeathing a final fantasy day of five carries for 16 yards and a score. For those seeking a bright spot, Wilson appears to be relatively fine and plans to play in Week 6, and Brandon Jacobs was not strong in substitution on Sunday. Conversely, his opponent will be a Chicago Bears resistance that's allowing less than 100 rushing yards per game and has notched as many fumbles as trips to pay dirt. He still warrants a roster spot, but rewarding aspirations of a premier rotisserie back waved bye-bye to Wilson owners.

The angry fans at Matt Schaub’s house is not true, GIANT HOAX

Wow, well the good thing is that the NFL should still look into security and maybe Matt Schaub is as hated as first reported. Houston Police went to twitter today to make sure the story was cleaned up. houston police ‏@houstonpolice54m Contrary to some reports, there was not a group of “angry fans” outside the Schaub […]

Houston joint to change Matt Schaub's luck with free burgers

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...

Report: Texans fans confront Matt Schaub at his house

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...

Report: Texans QB Matt Schaub Harassed by Fans at his Home

  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...

Police Called to Deal with 'Fans' at Matt Schaub's Home

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...

Fans go to Matt Schaub’s house and take pictures of his family

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 […]

Matt Schaub Gets An Unwelcome Visitor

Schaub: Ah, nothing like a glass of warm milk before bed!Mrs. Schaub: Honey, I think I heard a noise downstairs, could you check it out?Schaub: Again? Ugh. Fine.*white picket fence gate flies open*Fan: You’ve got some nerve, you piece of sh*t.Schaub: Excuse me?Fan: YOU HEARD ME. YOU’VE GOT SOME NERVE. What you did on Sunday was an EMBARRASSMENT to good Texas football.Schaub:...

Angry Texans Fans Accosted Matt Schaub At His Home

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...

Texans to start Matt Schaub against Rams

  getty images The Houston Texans are sticking with Matt Schaub as their starting quarterback for Sunday’s game against the St. Louis Rams. “Matt gives us our best chance to win,” coach Gary Kubiak said. “It was a tough decision, real tough.” The Texans only have T.J. Yates as their backup and simply feel he does not provide the team with a chance to win. Meanwhile the...

NFL VP: Man yelled obscenities at Matt Schaub's home

NFL vice president of security Jeff Miller confirmed Wednesday to NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport that the league is aware of an incident at the home of Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub involving a fan. "This is a little unusual in that we don't normally have fans acting in this way going to a players residence that sort of thing" Miller said. "In this case...

Schaub remains Texans starting quarterback, will face Rams on Sunday

Quarterback Matt Schaub will remain in the starting lineup for Sunday’s game against St. Louis at Reliant Stadium Texans coach Gary Kubiak said today. Kubiak ended speculation that Schaub might be replaced by T.J. Yates at his postpractice news conference. Yates replaced Schaub early in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s 34-3 loss at San Francisco where the Texans fell to 2-3 with...

Texans Will Keep Matt Schaub As Their Starting QB For Week 6

Texans HC Gary Kubiak told reporters on Wednesday that after a good deal of consideration Matt Schaub will remain the team’s starting quarterback for Week 6′s game against the Rams. “Matt gives us our best chance to win,” Kubiak said,per Tania Ganguli. “It was a tough decision, real tough.“ While I’m sure that Kubiak actually gave this some thought, it isn’t as...

Gary Kubiak Names Matt Schaub Starter for Sunday

It’s not a good sign when you have to come out and name you starting QB coming into the season as the starter for a week 6 game. Gary Kubiak has named Matt Schaub the starter for this week’s game against St Louis. Considering Schaub has thrown more TDs to opponents than Tampa Bay has thrown to their own team, I’d say it was a tough decision. “Matt gives us our best chance...

Kubiak sticking with Schaub at QB

Houston coach Gary Kubiak says Matt Schaub will start on Sunday against St. Louis, but added that staying with the beleaguered quarterback was a ''tough decision.''
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