Houston Texans

If I Could Ask Houston Texans QB Matt Schaub Anything?

OAKLAND, CA - DECEMBER 21:  Matt Schaub #8 of the Houston Texans celebrates after Vonta Leach scored a touchdown against the Oakland Raiders during an NFL game on December 21, 2008 at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum in Oakland, California.  (Photo by Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images)
Andrew GloverCorrespondent IMay 25, 2009

If I were to do a feature on one of the Houston Texans I would pick quarterback Matt Schaub.  Here are the questions I would ask him:

 

--When did you get started with football?

 

--What were some of the challenges when you first started playing football?

 

--Where did you play high school football?

 

--Did you start all four years in high school?

 

--What challenges did you experience going from high school to college, and college to the pros?

 

--How did you pick the number eight?

 

--Who was your favorite quarterback to watch?

 

--What was it like to learn from a coach with NFL experience in college?

 

--What was the best advice you received in playing football?

 

--Describe your experience in Atlanta and backing up Michael Vick?

 

--How did you feel when you were traded to the Texans?

 

--What did you think about the situation with the Texans?

 

--Did you talk with David Carr about playing quarterback for the Texans?

 

--What do you think about what happened in Atlanta with Michael Vick the same season?

 

--How has Gary Kubiak and his experience in working with great quarterbacks impacted your career?

 

--What’s been your biggest challenge in the pros?

 

--Where do you see yourself in five years?

 

--What are your goals for the 2009 season?

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