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A few Houston Texans fans took their anger toward Matt Schaub way too far on Tuesday night by reportedly showing up at his house in a scary moment for the quarterback and his family.
According to Sports Radio 610 (h/t CBS Houston), two fans came to his house and “berated him for his recent poor play.”
A source told the Fred and Ted Show that a fan “went to his house and told him off,” while a separate individual is being accused of taking photos of Schaub’s family.
The report also says that the fans fled the property before Houston police got there. No injuries were reported.
Houston is currently 2-3 on the season, and the team has lost three straight games by a combined score of 87-32. Schaub is receiving a significant portion of the blame for the Texans’ struggles from fans and media. He has thrown nine interceptions and has QBR of 35.4 (out of 100) through five games.
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