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Pro Football Zone:
last week Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub had the screws removed from his surgically repaired foot that forced him to miss about half of the 2011 season.
The good news is that Schaub has indicated that he’ll be ready to go for training camp.
“All I know is come time for training camp, I’m going to be 100 percent ready to go, and that’s all that really matters in my mind,” he said. “Let the incisions heal up and move forward and keep going.
“I’m right on schedule. I have a lot of time left to get ready, and there’s no doubt I will be ready.”
If Schaub didn’t go down for the season, there was a good chance that the Texans might have made it to the AFC Championship or farther. In 2012, the AFC South will once again be theirs for the taking.
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The 2012 NFL schedule has been released and the Houston Texans have received 5 primetime games to show the nation that they have turned the corner. I have to admit this schedule isn’t murderer’s row but it isn’t for the squeamish. The Houston Texans schedule is as follows:
Week 1: Miami Dolphins @ Houston Texans (Texans lead series 6-0)
While it seemed that the rest of Houston sat on pins and needles in hopes of landing as many national and primetime games as possible for the Texans in 2012, I was honestly hoping for the opposite. Albeit for selfish reasons, of course. When your household is in charge of hosting a large, extended family for Thanksgiving, the last thing you want is having responsibilities to take...
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