More on Schaub

I’ve been working all week on the site’s Keeper League overviews. Even if you’re not in a keeper league, they are good mini previews for the 2007 season, so make sure you check them out. Unfortunately, it’s about 150 hours of work, so I’m still only on the RBs. They’ll be up sometime next week, but I figured I’d post up my Matt Schaub writeup. I have him in the second tier of keeper QBs, right under Vince Young and around guys like Matt Leinart, Tony Romo, and even Eli Manning.

Matt Schaub (Hou, 26) – Schaub has shone in limited action in his brief this past year, including a snappy 298-yard, 3-TD game against the Patriots in 2005. Schaub is a tall QB at 6’5” and while he may not have great movement in the pocket, he can run a little and throw on the run, and he is otherwise considered a strong passer and a good leader. He can make every throw, he’s poised, and he seems to know where to go with the football. And he seems to see the field well and make […]

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