Players

Matt Schaub
QB #8
Height:
6-6
Weight:
245
Age:
36
College:
Virginia
Hometown:
Pittsburgh, PA
Experience:
14

Quick Stats (2017):

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Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesPassingRushingFumbles
GGSCompAttYdsAvgTDIntSckSckYRateAttYdsAvgTDFUMLost
TOTAL 2,093 3,274 24,867 7.6 133 90 178 1,226 89.1 189 360 1.9 4 44 16
2017 ATL 0 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2016 ATL 4 0 1 3 16 5.3 0 0 0 0 52.1 2 -2 -1 0 -- --
2015 BAL 2 2 52 80 540 6.8 3 4 3 27 76 4 10 2.5 0 -- --
2014 OAK 11 0 5 10 57 5.7 0 2 3 24 27.9 -- -- -- -- 3 1
2013 HOU 10 8 219 358 2,310 6.5 10 14 21 162 73 5 24 4.8 0 2 1
2012 HOU 16 16 350 544 4,008 7.4 22 12 27 216 90.7 21 -9 -0.4 0 4 0
2011 HOU 10 10 178 292 2,479 8.5 15 6 16 98 96.8 15 9 0.6 2 3 1
2010 HOU 16 16 365 574 4,370 7.6 24 12 32 226 92 22 28 1.3 0 9 3
2009 HOU 16 16 396 583 4,770 8.2 29 15 25 149 98.6 48 57 1.2 0 3 2
2008 HOU 11 11 251 380 3,043 8 15 10 23 149 92.7 31 68 2.2 2 10 4
2007 HOU 11 11 192 289 2,241 7.8 9 9 16 126 87.2 17 52 3.1 0 7 3
2006 ATL 16 0 18 27 208 7.7 1 2 2 8 71.2 7 21 3 0 1 0
2005 ATL 16 1 33 64 495 7.7 4 0 6 27 98.1 9 76 8.4 0 1 1
2004 ATL 6 1 33 70 330 4.7 1 4 4 14 42 8 26 3.3 0 1 0
Recent Games
WKOppResultPassingRushingFumbles
CompAttPctYdsAvgTDIntSckSckYRateAttYdsAvgTDFUMLost
1 @CHI W 23-17 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2 GB W 34-23 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 @DET W 30-26 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
4 BUF L 17-23 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
6 MIA L 17-20 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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Biography

TRANSACTIONS

Originally selected by the Falcons in the third round (90th overall) of the 2004 NFL Draft.

Traded to the Houston Texans on March 21, 2007.

Placed on Injured Reserve (foot) on November 23, 2011.

Signed a four-year contract extension with the Texans on September 9, 2012.

Traded to the Oakland Raiders on March 21, 2014.

Signed with the Baltimore Ravens on March 31, 2015.

2016 (Falcons)

Saw action in four games, completing one of three passes while serving as Matt Ryan’s backup.

TRANSACTIONS

Originally selected by the Falcons in the third round (90th overall) of the 2004 NFL Draft.

Traded to the Houston Texans on March 21, 2007.

Placed on Injured Reserve (foot) on November 23, 2011.

Signed a four-year contract extension with the Texans on September 9, 2012.

Traded to the Oakland Raiders on March 21, 2014.

Signed with the Baltimore Ravens on March 31, 2015.

2016 (Falcons)

Saw action in four games, completing one of three passes while serving as Matt Ryan’s backup.

CAREER

In 13 seasons, has played in 145 games with 92 starts. Schaub has thrown for 24,867 yards with 133 touchdowns against 90 interceptions and has a career passer rating of 89.1.

Schaub is a two-time Pro Bowler (2009 and 2012) and was the Pro Bowl MVP in 2009.

He was named AFC Offensive Player of the Week (Week 11, 2012; Week 6, 2010; Week 2, 2009 and Week 14, 2008), FedEx Air NFL Player of the Week (Week 11, 2012 ; Week 2, 2010) and won the Texans Ed Block Courage Award winner in 2012.

Threw for the second-most yards in a single game in NFL history (tied with Warren Moon), producing a Texans’ franchise-record 527 yards and 5 TDs (a then-franchise record) on 43-of-55 passing (78.2%) vs. Jax. (11/18/12).

Has thrown for 4,000 yards three times (4,770 in 2009, 4,370 in 2010 and 4,008 in 2012).

Is the Texans’ franchise leader in every major passing category and owns three of the top five single-game QB ratings in team history.

Played in two games, starting both, and completed 52-of-80 passes (65 percent) for 540 yards with three touchdowns, four interceptions, and a 76.0 passer rating as a member of the Ravens in 2015.

Saw action in 11 games with the Raiders in 2014, throwing 10 passes (five completions) for 57 yards in a backup role for the Raiders after being acquired in a trade with the Texans.

In 2013, completed 219 of 358 passes (61.2 percent) for 2,310 yards and 10 TDs despite not playing in six games in his final season with the Texans .

Named to his second Pro Bowl after completing 350 of 544 passes (64.3 percent) for 4,008 yards (his third-career 4,000-yard season) and 22 TDs for a 90.7 QB rating in 2012. Led the Texans to a franchise-best 12-4 record and their second-consecutive AFC South title.

Threw for 2,479 yards and 15 TDs, completing 178 of 292 passes (61.0 percent) in 2011. Also rushed for nine yards and a career-high-tying two TDs, despite missing the final six games of the season after being placed on Injured Reserve (foot) on 11/23.

Started every game for the second-consecutive season and completed 63.6 percent of his passes (365 of 574) for 4,370 yards (fourth in the NFL), 24 TDs and 12 INTs with a 92.0 QB rating in 2010.

Named to his first-career Pro Bowl after establishing Texans’ franchise records and career highs in passing yards (4,770 - led the NFL), passing attempts (583), completions (396), TDs (29) and QB rating (98.6) in 2009.

Produced 10 games with a QB rating of at least 90 and topped 300 yards passing in nine different games, tying for the second-most in a single season in NFL history

Completed 251-of-380 passes (66.1 percent) for 3,043 yards and 15 TDs despite missing five games in 2008. Ranked second in the NFL in yards per pass attempt (8.01), fourth in passing yards per game (276.6) and completion percentage (66.1%) and eighth in QB rating (92.7).

Finished the 2007 season completing 192-of-289 (66.4 percent) passes for 2,241 yards and 9 TDs for an 87.2 QB rating in his first full season as a starter.

Was the primary backup to QB Michael Vick in 2006 and threw for 208 yards, 1 TD and 2 INTs on 18-of-27 passing on the season.

Played in 16 games with one start in 2005. Completed 33 of 64 passes for 495 yards, four TDs and 0 INTs for a 98.1 QB rating.

Saw action in six games with one start. Completed 33 of 70 passes for 330 yards, one TD and four INTs, serving as the primary backup to QB Michael Vick as a rookie in 2004.

COLLEGE

Saw action in 40 games over four seasons at Virginia and left as the Cavaliers’ all-time leader in passing yards (7,502), passing attempts (1,069), completions (716), total offensive yards (7,560), TD passes (56), 300-yard passing games (eight) and 200-yard passing games (20).

Completed 66.9% of his passes during his career, the second-best mark at the time in NCAA Division I-A history (Tim Couch - Kentucky - 67.2 percent, 1996-98).

Earned first-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference honors after completing 281-of-403 passes for 2,952 yards, 18 TDs and 10 INTs as a senior in 2003.

Named the ACC Player of the Year as a junior in 2002 after leading the conference and finishing sixth in the country in passing (2,976 yards) Also led the ACC in TD passes (28), completion percentage (68.9), completions (288), and attempts (418). Ranked second in the country in completion percentage, tied for sixth in TD passes and eighth in completions.

Completed at least 70 percent of his passes eight times, including topping 80 percent twice and posted three of the ACC’s top-seven passing performances.

Saw action in 12 games and completed 140 of 240 passes for 1,524 yards and 10 TDs as a sophomore in 2001.

Played in eight games and threw 8 passes (7 completions) for 50 yards as a true freshman..

PERSONAL

Prepped at East (West Chester, PA) HS, where he lettered in football, baseball and basketball. Completed 277-of-544 passes for 3,990 yards and 35 TDs during his career, setting school records for pass attempts, completions, yards per game and total yards for the Vikings.

Matt and his wife, Laurie have three daughters, Madison (5) and twins, Makalya and Mackenzie (4) and one son, Matthew (1).

Established the GR8 Foundation in 2011 to provide resources and support to promote lasting improvements and bring healing to children with medical needs, hope for our future generations, and happiness to the children and their families enduring medical challenges.

Participated in the Atlanta Falcons Coaches Academy in addition to various charity golf tournaments and community outreach programs in 2004.

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