Matt Schaub had a night to forget in Houston's 42-24, Week 6 loss to the Packers, completing 20-of-33 passes for 232 yards, zero touchdowns and two interceptions.
Schaub was called on to throw after Houston fell behind 14-0 in the first quarter and 28-10 early in the third, and didn't deliver, tossing two ugly picks in the fourth quarter. Schaub never looked comfortable against a Packers defense that did everything it could to stop Arian Foster and force Houston to beat it through the air. The good news is, the two picks matched Schaub's total through his first five games, while he's still sporting a tidy 8:4 TD:INT ratio and averaging 232 yards per game. Tonight is further proof that Schaub's QB1 days are long gone, however.