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Matt Schaub has sucked lately. Over the last three games he’s thrown more touchdowns to the other team than he has to his own, and now holds the NFL record for most consecutive games with a pick-six. That’s not good. But it probably doesn’t warrant two dudes showing up to his house and harrassing his family.
Al Michaels was discussing Matt Schaub’s pick-six record and then OH LOOK HE JUST BROKE IT. Video, after the jump.
Today In Hypocrisy: Ndamukong Suh’s NFL-Approved Nuts Kick On Matt Schaub Will Cost Him $30,000 Anyway
We found out yesterday that Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh would not be suspended for kicking Matt Schaub in the groin, which by the way is a wildly inaccurate synonym for someone’s nuts. Given Suh’s history stomping people and such, no one would have been surprised had he been suspended.
Wouldn’t be a Lions Thanksgiving game without a controversy over Ndamukong Suh making untoward physical contact with an opponent, right? Apparently we are, because one year after the infamous Packer stomp, he had a… different incident with Texans quarterback Matt Schaub. Video, of course, after the jump.
NFL quarterbacks are shielded from any physical contact at all cost. The NFL wants to protect its most financially visible product, coaches want to protect the backbone of their teams and defenders don’t want to get penalized, fined or suspended. Matt Schaub has taken this to heart. More, after the jump.
Matt Schaub joined an exclusive fraternity Sunday, a group that boasts such touted names as Evander Holyfield and Vincent van Gogh. When Joe Mays of the Broncos laid down an awfully illegal head shot on Schaub, he took away a few thousand bucks from his own paycheck — and part of Schaub’s left ear. Watch after the jump.
NFL kickoff is only 13 days away, meaning you’ll soon be drafting your fantasy football team. Make no mistake: Who you pick to be on your pretend football team will be the most important set of decisions you make this year.
To help you choose wisely, we’ve decided to highlight some players that might be going a little under the radar, but who we think you can get some productive numbers out of. Here are some sleepers you might be able to snag when you sit down to draft.
One poor field level security guard added her name to the list of sideline personnel getting nailed Sunday. Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub was forced out of the pocket by Cleveland Browns defenders and had to throw the ball out of bounds, nailing said guard right in the chest.