Found November 15, 2011 on
The Texans' announcement that Matt Schaub is out indefinitely with a foot injury shocked many around the league, including Houston wideout Andre Johnson.

2011 NFL Power Rankings: Week 11

Notes from Shane: Just when the Texans finally begin to look like a team that can and would win their division, they get the awful news that Matt Schaub is likely to miss the rest of the season. I took that into account when ranking them. Still, they should continue to play good football despite the loss. The Lions have lost 3 of their last 4 games, and they're on the brink...

Texans QB Schaub out with foot injury

HOUSTON — Houston quarterback Matt Schaub is out indefinitely with a "significant" right foot injury and will miss the Texans' next game in two weeks.

Matt Schaub expected to miss time under center for the Houston Texans

The Houston Texans have enjoyed a historic start in the franchise history as they moved out to a 7-3 record with a complete beatdown against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers yesterday. The Texans have been able to overcome the loss of two superstar players on their roster, DE Mario Williams and WR Andre Johnson. Now, it appears that Houston might be without starting QB Matt...

Texans' Schaub to miss time with significant foot injury

Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub will miss several weeks with a significant foot injury.

Report: Matt Schaub Out for Season With Foot Injury, Matt Leinart to Take Over as Texans Quarterback

The Houston Texans are the best team in the AFC. That's at least what their record says, as Houston and Pittsburgh have the conference's best record at 7-3. However, they're about to be tested by injury. Texans coach Gary Kubiak informed reporters on Monday that quarterback Matt Schaub has suffered a "significant" foot injury. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported...

Houston, We Have A Problem

FN contributor Justin Bonnema looks at the Houston Texans' life without Matt Schaub, who could miss the rest of the season with a foot injury.

A Six-Pack of Questions: NFL Week 11

Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub (8) signals his offensive line against the Indianapolis Colts during the third quarter of their NFL football game in Indianapolis November 1, 2010. REUTERS/Brent Smith (UNITED STATES – Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL) What are some of the big questions heading into this week in the NFL? 1. Can Matt Leinart save the Texans’ season? You almost have...

Why the Texans can succeed with Matt Leinart

Just when you thought it was safe to call the Houston Texans the AFC's one-seed (which they were after they thrashed the bejeezus out of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 37-9, last Sunday), the news came down on Monday that quarterback Matt Schaub's foot injury would most likely put him on the sidelines for the rest of the season. The quarterback said on Tuesday that he was hurt...

Texans Beat Up Bucs 37-9 to Improve to 7-3

The Texans are steam rolling towards their first AFC South title, and Sunday in Tampa they once again took care of business against a team that was looking for a statement win. Matt Schaub had another solid game for the Texans, throwing for two touchdowns, Arian Foster, Ben Tate and Derrick Ward ran for scores Sunday as the AFC South-leaders forced four turnovers and sacked Josh...

Leinart gets another chance with Schaub down, out

Matt Leinart had a quick chat with Andre Johnson before leaving the Texans' locker room on Tuesday to catch a flight home to Southern California.
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