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I know I usually write about Denver, but one of the matchups that intrigued me this week was Chiefs vs. Texans.I know most of us think its just another mid-season conference game, especially this year to bide time until the Broncos and Chiefs face off in five weeks for AFC supremacy.But I think this week's matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and Houston Texans could shape up to be a classic.Before I get to my predictions, let me digress a little. It is unfathomable that hometown fans would cheer for any player to get hurt, let alone the home town QB. I know Matt Schaub hasn’t exactly been lights out in 2013, but that is no reason to cheer for bodily injury to the guy.Schaub is getting paid very well to do his job, I know that “fan” is short for “fanatic,” but going to someone’s house to yell at them because you aren’t happy with thier performance is bush league.That would be like me coming to your mundane jobs and screaming at you for making a typo on that email to your boss....
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It seems like every day there’s a new development that illustrates the seemingly unending wave vitriolic persecution directed at embattled Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub. A few have been covered here at the Sportress of Blogitude, including a Houston-area restaurant’s “Pick-Six Burger” and how one Houston resident engaged in some prop comedy by having the […]The...
One Texas resident was spotted driving around with "Matt Schaub" piled into his trunk. The hatred for the Houston quarterback has gone pretty far.
Houston Texans fans are not doing anything to improve their reputation after showing little class in yesterday’s defeat to the Rams. In midst of the loss, quarterback Matt Schaub, who is now Public Enemy #1, was injured and fans cheered…Read more →
Houston Texans fans continue to harass quarterback Matt Schaub.
After burning his jersey following a tough loss to the Seattle Seahawks, and then cheering his injury this past weekend, the latest evidence of their immense hate for Schaub comes from this Texans fan and driver.
As you can see, they take their fanhood way too seriously, fashioning up a fake Schaub body to wedge...
Many of the players on the Houston Texans have spoken out in support of their quarterback and condemned the fans that cheered when he was injured Sunday. While their disapproval and pleas to keep supporting Matt Schaub will cause some fans to give the man a break others--well, others don't care what the players are saying.
Yes, that is a dummy...
After the way fans reacted when Matt Schaub was injured Sunday I'm not sure if they will look at this as good news or bad news, but it looks like there is a chance that he could play when the team travels to Kansas City next week.
So 'Yeah! He's okay!' or 'Boo! He's okay!' depending on your perspective.
The early word is that...
Houston Texans (2-4) at Kansas City Chiefs (6-0)
If Matt Schaub were starting in this one, Houston would have been my Pick of the Week. Seriously. I think they’re significantly better than their record right now. They are just getting killed in turnovers and points off of turnovers, two things that tend to be inconsistent on a week to week basis. Since 1989, 35 teams have lost...
I know he sucks, but this is pretty f'ed up..
When we last left Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub he was being helped off the field as he suffered an ankle injury as his HOME crowd cheered his misfortunes. This was only a week after a Houston restaurant named a “pick-six” burger after him. It definitely appears that the fans’ frustration with the Texans’ disappointing 2-4 record is solely being placed on the interception...
This week in SOTT Fantasy Recap we will look at all of the contributors to the week 6 matchup against the St Louis Rams. The Texans had a bad outing. Nothing went well for them as each unit of the team gave up a touchdown. Let’s look at how well they did and where they ranked amongst the rest of the NFL.
Matt Schaub – Schaub looked somewhat better as he attempted...
The Texans had Super Bowl aspirations entering the season.
Now, the year has quickly soured. They have lost four in a row and the unbeaten Kansas City Chiefs await.
Houston's biggest problem has been turnovers. The Texans have lost 12 more than their opponents, second most in the NFL.
And the status of quarterback Matt Schaub - battered by criticism - is unclear because of...
Case Keenum will get the start for the Houston Texans this week with Matt Schaub out.
Case Keenum will start the game Sunday. #Texans
— Houston Texans (@HoustonTexans) October 17, 2013
The Texans are really high on Keenum who can only be better than Schaub and T.J. Yates at this point.
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T.J. Yates and Case Keenum split time at quarterback during Texans practice Wednesday coach Gary Kubiak said. Neither player is in the lead to start Sunday at Kansas City.
“I believe in both of them. … They both understand our offense” Kubiak said.
Matt Schaub is still very sore his leg injury remains swollen and he did not practice Wednesday. Kubiak plans to meet with team...
Houston, we have...wait, no – that line can't possibly be used again, right? I won't do it, I can't do it; you all deserve better. Seriously, though, the Houston Texans are dealing with all sorts of issues at present.
The most recent of which came at the hands of the St. Louis Rams, who delivered a Texas-sized beat down in Houston on Sunday afternoon, coasting to...