Schaub looked decent in week one, throwing for 220 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions. The stats tell one story, but the scoreboard another.
Schaub didn't hardly throw the ball in the second half thanks to a 34-0 halftime lead and the first interception wasn't his fault. Andre Johnson let a ball slip through his hands and into the hands of the defense; a rare siting for Texans fans.
Schaub won the game and at the end of the day that's all that matters.
That doesn't mean he won't look to bounce back with an impressive game in week two. There are few secondaries in the NFL that will struggle as much as the Dolphins this season.
As I said previous, they were completely shredded on Monday night and that shouldn't change this week.
Free safety Chris Clemons was a huge reason for Brady's success. Clemons struggled to cover anything, especially the deep ball. Frankly, he made average receivers look like future hall-of-famers.
Cornerback Vontae Davis is the best of the bunch, but he has nothing on Andre Johnson. Johnson will go to work.
The Dolphins can bring pressure with the likes of Cameron Wake and Karlos Dansby, but the Texans O-line is one of the best. Stop the pressure and the Texans will have a field day through the air.
Tom Brady had a shameful amount of time in the pocket on Monday night. Obviously Schaub isn't going to throw for 500+ yards and four touchdowns, but he will have one of this better games of the season.
Look for Schaub to throw for around 350 yards and a couple touchdowns in this one.