Originally written on Tireball.com  |  Last updated 10/24/14
Members of the Houston Texans are not happy with fans who cheered an injury to quarterback Matt Schaub on Sunday. Cornerback Johnathan Joseph was not amused. “They gonna do that, don’t show the f*ck up” said the 29-year-old veteran following the Texans 38-13 loss to the St. Louis Rams. Johnathan Joseph on cheering Schaub injury: “They gonna do that, don’t show the f*ck up” #Texans — Paul Gallant (@PaulyGRadio) October 13, 2013   Linebacker Brian Cushing called the cheering “barbaric.” Schaub was 15-of-21 for 186 yards prior to departing. On a positive note it did prevent Schaub from throwing a pick-six, though T.J. Yates threw an interception which was returned for a touchdown soon after Schaub left.
  • If the Texan's offensive line was not so pathetic with the blocking for pass protection perhaps there would not have been an injury to begin with.
  • It is very unfortunate that many fans added insult to Matt Schaub's ankle injury. What they did is truly uncalled for, and I agree with the Texans teammates that were irate for lack of these fans' support to a hobbling Matt Schaub. It is unfair, barbaric and just plain lack of class!

    Well, they got their due when TJ Yates gave them a Pick 6 throw, first rattle out of the box! Mr. Kubiak may have to go to his third string QB who showed agility, accuracy and elusiveness in the preseason. Case Keenum has a history of winning in NCAA level, and knowing the playbook, he is more apt to deliver what the Texans need in the upcoming meeting with the undefeated KC Chiefs.

    There appears to be a quiet desperation and exasperation from the other Texan players, although, they can't express it with a finger pointed to their coach and Matt Schaub. Their loyalty endures, and it just eats them up after another LOSS. We can understand how a W would excite the whole team once again. It may not come until Nov. 17 with the Oakland Raiders and Nov. 24 with the Jacksonville Jaguars, and on Dec. 5 - Thursday night game with the Jaguars again and Tennessee Titans on Dec. 29 to cap the 2013 season.

    In between those dates, the Chiefs, Broncos, Colts, Cardinals, Patriots -- would give the Texans all their money's worth, although, the Texans may be able to pick up wins over the Colts in their Nov. 3 and Dec. 15 meetings. We can only HOPE!

    Good Luck, and Go Texans!

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