Could it be the season of the quarterback in fantasy football?
Posts Tagged ‘Matt Schaub’
Patriots QB Tom Brady is being held down by what looks like a stout Jets defense.
Matt Schaub is making up for his fantasy failures in Week 1 — he has three touchdown passes in the first half in Tennessee.
Titans RB Chris Johnson is on his way to a huge day for fantasy owners.
Posted: Sunday, September 13th, 2009 | Michael Fabiano Tags: Adrian Peterson, Andre Johnson, Brandon Marshall, Calvin Johnson, Carson Palmer, Drew Brees, Jake Delhomme, Joe Flacco, Josh McCown, Larry Johnson, Mark Sanchez, Matt Moore, Matt Ryan, Matt Schaub, Matthew Stafford, Patrick Crayton, Roddy White, Ronnie Brown, Roy Williams, Steve Slaton, Steve Smith, Tony Romo
A number of big-name players failed to meet fantasy expectations in Week 1, but don’t get too worried too soon. It’s still just one week!
Posted: Sunday, September 13th, 2009 | Michael Fabiano Tags: Bernard Berrian, Braylon Edwards, Brian Westbrook, Cadillac Williams, Chad Ochocinco, Drew Brees, Jeremy Shockey, Joseph Addai, Mark Sanchez, Matt Schaub, Michael Turner
Here are a few of the things that caught my eye in the first half of Sunday’s games.
After participating fully in practice over the last three days, Texans QB Matt Schaub is listed as probable for Sunday’s season opener against the New York Jets at Reliant Stadium.
Houston Texans starting QB Matt Schaub is all but certain to be ready to go for Week 1, but Denver Broncos QB Kyle Orton faces a much more murky scenario.
Posted: Sunday, August 23rd, 2009 | Solomon Wilcots Tags: Alex Gibbs, Andre Johnson, Connor Barwin, Drew Brees, Dunta Robinson, Houston Texans, Jabari Greer, Malcom Jenkins, Mario Williams, Matt Schaub, Mike Bell, New Orleans Saints, Rod Harper, Steve Slaton
A few observations from the game between the Saints and Texans, including how Drew Brees is a bonafide candidate for league MVP and Mario Williams is ready to launch his career to a higher level.
Michael Fabiano takes a look at some of the most surprising trends from NFL.com’s fantasy ADP (average draft position) and tells people why his experience in drafts has been somewhat different than what those numbers suggest.
The additions of free agents with NFL starting experience, Dan Orlovsky and Rex Grossman, are providing encouragement that the Texans can stay on track even if Matt Schaub doesn’t play.
Posted: Thursday, July 2nd, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Chicago Bears, Devin Hester, Fran Charles, JaMarcus Russell, Jamie Dukes, Jay Cutler, Lovie Smith, Matt Schaub, NFL Network, Orlando Pace, Rod Woodson, Total Access
A few of the topics you’ll see on Thursday’s NFL Total Access on NFL Network include Rod Woodson’s top five safeties, the top available veteran free agents, which coaches could be on the hot seat this season and the Chicago Bears at No. 14 in the “32 Teams in 32 Days” series.
Three seasons after starting the Super Bowl for the Chicago Bears, Rex Grossman looks as if he will compete for the No. 2 quarterback job in Houston.
Before Sunday’s games kick off, it’s time to empty the numbers from the notebook …
On Wednesday, Texans head coach Gary Kubiak refused to rule out QB Matt Schaub, who he said is making progress with his injured left knee, for Monday night’s matchup with the Jaguars. On Friday, Schaub was listed as questionable on the team’s injury report.