Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub had his passing game curtailed just a bit by a team rushing attack of 44 carries for 185 yards. Schaub had one carry for one yard as part of that. Through the air, Schaub was an efficient 11-of-15 for 242 yards and two touchdowns. It was a near-perfect day if one looks at his 154.9 quarterback rating, which the odd-scoring leagues might also include.
Schaub hasn't been the elite fantasy quarterback some likely hoped he would be in 2011, thanks to Andre Johnson's injury and the dominance of Arian Foster and Ben Tate on the ground. But he's been good, sometimes great, and entered Week 10 with 13 passing touchdowns and two rushing touchdowns against just six interceptions. It's probably not fair to expect outings like the 416-yard explosion against the Raiders in Week 6 all that often from Schaub, but the Houston signal caller is certainly a must-start.
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