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And his name is Matt Schaub. At what point do people realize that he just isn't the guy? While we're at it, same question for Kubiak.
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One nickname Schaub never needs to worry about having..... "Big Game Matt"
I know each have their warts, but I'd take Romo over Schaub.
Romo is good. It cracks me up why peope don't understand that. Now, is he Tom Brady or even Drew Brees good, no. If you put an average QB on the cowboys, you have a 5-11/6-10 team most years.
Romo is much, much better than Schaub. He can actually make plays with his feet. Schaub is merely a game manager.... Romo at least gives you a chance if ever the time calls for it.
Romo is just good enough to make you think you have a chance. Schaub is right there with him.
Schaub is a system quarterback who can make the plays right up there with the best when he's got time in the pocket. I don't think I've seen a worse qb when it comes to making plays with your feet though. He's bad. And when teams start dialing up pressure, it really gets to his head. All teams have to do is show blitz and he panics to the checkdown receiver.
Romo is so flaky and on/off. I really don't know how cowboys fans can stand him. However, his o-line sucks and he needs a good #3 receiver. As a Texans fan, with the red white and blue glasses off, I'd probably take Romo over Schaub. However, I think the best QB for the Texans offense would hands down be Brees. Would love to see a QB like that play for the Texans.
I think it's hilarious when people defend Romo, how many years in a row has he folded down the stretch? Not defending Schaub's recent poor play, but Romo isn't the guy for Dallas. Schaub probably isn't the guy for Houston either, seeing how they went through like 8 qbs last year and barely skipped a beat.
Dallas' big problem though is that Jerry Jones is Al Davis 2.0
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