Matt Schaub’s eyes looked worn out. His face appeared gaunt. His body was slumped and the Texans’ quarterback was as exhausted as his team.
Schaub still had a few feet to walk though before he was inside the safety of the Texans’ locker room.
Slowly moving past security personnel and media members Schaub didn’t say anything out loud but mouthed three words in disbelief capturing the Texans’ largest comeback win in franchise history and an embarrassing-turned-thrilling 31-28 victory against the Chargers on Monday at Qualcomm Stadium.
“Oh my god” said Schaub who was 34-of-45 passing for 346 yards three touchdowns one interception and a 110 rating.
Schaub’s lone INT kicked off a surreal start for the Texans who fell behind 7-0 after just 15 seconds and handed San Diego its fastest-scored offensive TD in franchise history.
It took more than two quarters for the Texans to wake up. When they finally did a QB who’s regularly been picked apart by fans and critics again proved he can be...