Matt Schaub To Lead the Houston Texans Far This Year

Shawn DhaniCorrespondent IAugust 10, 2009

HOUSTON - DECEMBER 28:  Matt Schaub #8 of the Houston Texans reacts to quiet the crowd during a touchdown drive against the Chicago Bears during the second half at the Reliant Stadium December 28, 2008 in Houston, Texas.  The Texans won 31-24.  (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

Matt Schaub, quarterback for the Houston Texans, is now healthier than ever.

Now it is his chance to drive them to the playoffs and to win the Super Bowl this year in the upcoming 2009-10 NFL football season.

According to ESPN, Schaub is leveled to become a Pro Bowl-caliber football player.

For the last two seasons, they have finished with a record of 8-8.

Now it's now Matt Schub's turn to step to the spot and drive the Texans to the Playoffs.

"You can see that Matt knows this is his team now," Texans offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan said. "He's more upbeat. He doesn't go into the tank when things don't go right. And you can tell that he knows the players around him know that he can play. He doesn't walk around like he has to prove himself now."

If Matt can stay healthy, he can do all he can to go to the playoffs and win the Super Bowl for the Texans.

And if he does, Houston will have it's first ever Super Bowl win.

Let's see what Schaub can do in the tough AFC South to lead his Texans far this year.