It looks like the Houston Texans actually have some teams interested in the declining Matt Schaub.
Rumors have swirled that both the Oakland Raiders and Cleveland Browns have expressed interest in the veteran quarterback, and why not. Those are probably the top two places declining quarterbacks go to end their careers.
Right now, I’m not really sure who’s the favorite out of those two teams to take Schaub, who seems to throw-up interceptions just for the sake of fun the past few seasons. With the release of Brandon Weeden, who recently signed with the Cowboys, you’d think the Browns are in desperate need of a signal caller and would do anything to pick up a quarterback of Schaub’s caliber.
And say the Texans actually deal Schaub, or release him, are they really going to take quarterback with the first overall pick? Sure, it sounds like a fairy tale to take the Texas boy Johnny Manziel, but not everyone is sold that he is a franchise quarterback.
And what about Teddy Bridgewater? Judging by his pro day performance today, as reported by SI.com, it didn’t really put him ahead of the pack today, and it may have even hurt his chances slightly in the draft.
Who knows, maybe they’ll finally draft and fix up that offensive line and stick with Case Keenum.
What? He only threw six picks… in eight games.