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Best Houston Quarterback: Matt Schaub
Now, I know that most readers will already be questioning my rationale here by calling Matt Schaub the best QB in Houston history, but let's look at the stats.
Matt has played as the starting QB for Houston for three years (2007-10). In that time he has a 65.9% completion rating for 14,424 yards. Additionally, he has thrown 77 touchdowns and 46 interceptions. He has an overall 93.5 QB rating while averaging 267.1 yards/game.
In comparison, Warren Moon, whom most would argue is the best QB in Houston history, played nine years in Houston (1984-93).During his career as QB Warren had a 57.9% completion rating for 33,685 yards. He threw 196 touchdowns and 166 interceptions. His QB rating was an 80.4 while he averaged 238.9 yards.
Assuming that Matt Schaub maintains his current pace, he will surpass Warren Moon in passing yards and touchdowns in seven years, two less than Moon.
Honorable Mention: Warren Moon, George Blanda, Dan Pastorini