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Matt Schaub is a former American football quarterback who played in the National Football League (NFL) for 14 seasons. He was drafted by the Atlanta Falcons in the third round of the 2004 NFL Draft. He played college football at Virginia. Schaub has also played for the Houston Texans, Oakland Raiders, and Baltimore Ravens. He was selected to the Pro Bowl in 2009 and was a two-time team captain for the Texans. Schaub was born on June 25, 1981, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He attended West Chester East High School in West Chester, Pennsylvania, where he was a three-sport athlete in football, basketball, and baseball. He was a two-time all-state selection in football and was named the Chester County Player of the Year as a senior. Schaub attended the University of Virginia, where he played for the Virginia Cavaliers football team from 2000 to 2003. He was a three-year starter and was named the team's Most Valuable Player in 2003. Schaub was drafted by the Atlanta Falcons in the third round of the 2004 NFL Draft. He played for the Falcons from 2004 to 2006, and was the team's starting quarterback in 2005 and 2006. In 2007, Schaub was traded to the Houston Texans, where he played from 2007 to 2013. He was selected to the Pro Bowl in 2009 and was a two-time team captain for the Texans. In 2014, Schaub signed with the Oakland Raiders, where he played for one season. He then signed with the Baltimore Ravens in 2015, where he played for two seasons. Schaub retired from the NFL in 2017. He currently works as an analyst for the NFL Network. As of 2021, Matt Schaub's net worth is estimated to be $20 million.
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Matt Schaub Height, Weight & Measurements
At 42 years old, Matt Schaub height is 1.96 m and Weight 109 kg.
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Who Is Matt Schaub's Wife?
His wife is Laurie Schaub (m. 2008)
|Wife||Laurie Schaub (m. 2008)|
Matt Schaub Net Worth
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On October 27, 2019, Schaub made his first start as a Falcon since 2005, due to Ryan being inactive with an ankle injury. Schaub finished the Week 8 contest with 460 passing yards, one touchdown, and one interception as the Falcons lost 20–27 to the Seattle Seahawks. Despite the loss, Schaub's 460 yards passing were the second most passing yards in a single game by a Falcon all-time, the most ever allowed by the Seahawks against an opposing quarterback, and his 39 pass completions set a Falcons franchise record.
On March 8, 2017, Schaub signed a two-year, $9 million contract extension with the Falcons. He did not appear in any games in the 2017 season. In the 2018 season, he remained as the Falcons' main backup quarterback. In Week 5, a 41–17 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, he was 5-of-7 for 20 yards in relief of Matt Ryan.
After the season opening 30-10 win against the Miami Dolphins, Schaub signed a four-year, $62 million extension with the Texans, keeping him under contract through 2016.
On March 8, 2016, Schaub signed a one-year contract with the Atlanta Falcons worth $2,750,000 with $500,000 guaranteed. Schaub backed up Matt Ryan in the Falcons' successful 2016 season. Schaub appeared in four games of 2016 with 16 passing yards.
On March 31, 2015, Schaub signed with the Baltimore Ravens to be the back-up quarterback. His contract was for one-year, $2 million guaranteed and a $1 million signing bonus. Schaub was named the Ravens' starting quarterback for the rest of the 2015 season after Joe Flacco suffered a season-ending injury by tearing his ACL and MCL during a Week 11 victory over the St. Louis Rams. On November 30 against the Cleveland Browns, Schaub started his first game since his tenure with Houston. He had a relatively good performance, throwing for 232 yards and two touchdowns, with ten yards rushing, despite another pick-six and a second interception with 56 seconds left in the game. The Ravens ended up winning after defensive end Brent Urban blocked Travis Coons's attempt at the game winning field goal and it was returned by safety Will Hill for a walk-off touchdown, giving Schaub his first win in over two years. Schaub threw for 308 yards and a 41-yard touchdown the following week, but also had another pair of interceptions, one of which was again returned for a touchdown, in the 15-13 loss to Miami. On December 13, after battling a chest injury, Schaub was replaced by Jimmy Clausen as the starter. Schaub finished his stint with the Ravens starting only two games with a 1–1 record, throwing 540 yards, three touchdowns, and four interceptions.
On March 21, 2014, the Oakland Raiders traded their 2014 sixth round draft pick to the Texans in exchange for Schaub. He was benched to start the season in favor of rookie quarterback Derek Carr.
On October 26, 2014, Schaub made his first pass attempt as a Raider in the regular season against the Cleveland Browns. It was a botched fake field goal that ended in an interception. Schaub was released by the team on March 16, 2015.
Against the Green Bay Packers, Schaub completed 28 of 42 pass attempts for 414 yards and 2 touchdowns, also leading the Texans down the field to set up a Kris Brown game-winning field goal. He played well down the stretch and the team finished 8–8 for the second consecutive season despite starting 0–4.
In Week 2, against the Tennessee Titans, Schaub had 357 passing yards and four touchdowns in a 34–31 victory. On October 18, against the Cincinnati Bengals, he had 392 passing yards, four touchdowns, and an interception in the 28–17 victory. During the 2009 NFL season, he led the Texans to a 9–7 record, the first winning record in team history. He led the league in passing yards (4,770), completions (396), yards per game (298), and passing attempts (583), while finishing fifth in touchdowns (29), compiling a quarterback rating of 98.6. He was selected to his first Pro Bowl as an injury replacement to Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, winning MVP honors.
In week 11 against the Jacksonville Jaguars, Schaub threw for a career-high 527 yards and a career-high 5 touchdown passes in a 43–37 overtime victory for the Texans. Schaub's 527 yards is tied with Hall of Famer and former Houston Oilers quarterback Warren Moon for the second-most passing yards in a single game in NFL history, only behind Norm Van Brocklin's 554 yards passing in 1951 against the already defunct Boston Yanks.
In week 12, during the Thanksgiving game against the Detroit Lions, Schaub was kicked in the groin by Ndamukong Suh. Schaub rallied the Texans from a 10-point deficit to win once again in overtime, 34–31. After the game, Schaub said that he wouldn't want Suh on his team, calling him "not Houston Texan-worthy."
Along with Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning, Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck, and 8 of his Texans teammates, Schaub was invited to the 2013 Pro Bowl. The Texans were tied with the San Francisco 49ers for most players invited. The AFC team, of which the Texans were a part, lost decisively by a score of 62 to 35.
During the 2013 NFL Draft, the Texans upgraded Schaub's receiving weapons with the selection of DeAndre Hopkins in the first round.
Schaub began the season on Monday Night Football against the San Diego Chargers. Down 28–7 early in the 3rd quarter, Schaub led the largest comeback in Texans' franchise history with a 31–28 victory. Schaub finished the game 34/45 for 346 passing yards, three touchdowns, and an interception.
The next week against the Tennessee Titans, Schaub again had to rally the Texans to a comeback victory. He finished the day with 298 passing yards, three touchdowns (including the game-winner to rookie DeAndre Hopkins) and two interceptions in the Texans' 30–24 overtime victory.
The next two weeks (losses to both Baltimore and Seattle) saw Schaub throw three interceptions, including two 'pick-sixes' (interceptions returned for touchdowns on the runbacks). In the following week against the San Francisco 49ers, Schaub threw three interceptions, including a pick-six on his first pass attempt of the game. With that pick-six, Schaub had thrown a pick-six in four consecutive games, an NFL record. In Week 6 against the Rams, Schaub was injured during the game, but his replacement T. J. Yates threw another pick-6 to stretch the team total to five games. Despite recovering from an injured ankle, Schaub was benched in Week 7 in favor of Case Keenum. Keenum started for the remainder of the season until he suffered a thumb injury, and Schaub became the starter in Weeks 16 and 17. For the 2013 season, Schaub played in 10 games with 2,310 passing yards, 10 touchdowns, and 14 interceptions.
Schaub entered the 2012 season in the final year of the contract he signed when he initially joined the Texans back in 2007.
In 2011, the Texans made numerous defensive improvements as Schaub led the Texans to its most successful season to date, helping guide his team part of the way to their first ever playoff appearance and clinching the first division title in Texans franchise history. Schaub started all 10 of the first regular season games, and while not on pace for one of his better seasons statistically, he helped his team reach a 7–3 record, the best start after 10 weeks in franchise history. After a week 10 game versus the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Schaub was placed on IR with a Lisfranc injury to his right foot after a quarterback sneak. Schaub was initially replaced by Matt Leinart, who would go on to get knocked out for the season as well, leading to the eventual replacement by rookie T. J. Yates. The team finished 4–4 (including their playoff games) without Schaub as the starting quarterback.
There were high hopes for the Texans with the league's passing yards leader coming back for the 2010 year, but with the development of the running game, Schaub was only 9/17 for 107 yards for a touchdown and an interception in a Week 1 victory against the Indianapolis Colts. Hopes for strong start to the season were rejuvenated when Schaub threw for 497 yards in an overtime victory over the Washington Redskins on September 19, 2010. Schaub finished the season with 4,370 passing yards, good for 4th in the league, but the team finished 6–10 and missed the playoffs.
Schaub returned as the starter for the 2008 season. He didn't perform well in the first two games, losing to the Pittsburgh Steelers and Tennessee Titans but then had a great game against the Jacksonville Jaguars despite another loss. He sat out the week 5 loss to the Indianapolis Colts. In week 6, Schaub set the Texans franchise record for passing yards with 379 in a comeback win against the Miami Dolphins in which Schaub scored the winning touchdown on a quarterback draw with 3 seconds left. Schaub helped teammate wide receiver Andre Johnson lead the league in both receptions and receiving yards through week 8 of the season, having 56 catches for 772 yards. The new quarterback-receiver tandem had their best day together through mid-season during the week 8 matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals where Schaub threw for 280 yards, completing over 85% of his passes (24 of 28), 10 of those going to Johnson for 143 yards in the 35–6 rout. Schaub's season was broken up however with a knee injury against the Minnesota Vikings, which expected to keep him out for around 4 weeks, making Sage Rosenfels the new starter.
In March 8, 2007, the Houston Texans acquired Schaub from the Falcons for second-round picks in 2007 and 2008. As part of the deal, the teams also swapped first-round picks in 2007, exchanging the Falcons' 10th pick with the Texans' 8th pick. Schaub was introduced to his new team at a press conference on March 22, 2007, and the same day, the Texans released David Carr, opening the door for Schaub to become their long-term starter.
In each of the first two games of the 2007 season, Schaub threw for over 220 yards, a 71% completion percentage, and attained a quarterback rating of over 100; both games were victories for the Texans, winning 20–3 over the Kansas City Chiefs and 34–21 over the Carolina Panthers. The second victory marked the first 2–0 start in franchise history. In week four, he started against his former team, the Atlanta Falcons, in which he completed 28 of 40 attempts, with 317 yards, 1 touchdown, and no interceptions in what would be his second loss of the 2007 season.
Though Schaub was plagued with injuries throughout the 2007 season, he and backup quarterback Sage Rosenfels improved on the team's 2006 record of 6–10, bringing the Texans to their first .500 season in franchise history with an 8–8 record in the team's short history.
In 2006, Schaub again was the holder on extra points and field goals. On the season, he finished with 208 passing yards, one touchdown, and two interceptions.
In 2005, Schaub was named the Most Valuable Player in the American Bowl preseason game in Tokyo, Japan. In front of 45,203 fans at the Tokyo Dome, Schaub completed 11 of 13 passes for 117 yards and two touchdowns in a 27–21 comeback victory over the Indianapolis Colts. During the regular season, he played quarterback in five games, starting one. His lone start came against the New England Patriots in Week 5; Schaub threw for 298 yards and three touchdowns in the 31–28 loss. Schaub was the holder on extra points and field goals.
Schaub was selected by the Atlanta Falcons in the third round of the 2004 NFL Draft as the 90th overall pick. He was the fifth of seventeen quarterbacks taken in a quarterback-rich class, including Eli Manning, Philip Rivers, and Ben Roethlisberger.
In 2004, Schaub played in six games with the Atlanta Falcons, including starting the week sixteen contest against the New Orleans Saints, replacing the injured Michael Vick.
Spinner transferred to the University of Richmond for the 2002 season, seemingly making Schaub the unquestioned starter. However, Schaub was briefly replaced by redshirt freshman Marques Hagans in the first game of the 2002 season against the Colorado State Rams. Hagans was named the starter for the next game, against the Florida State Seminoles, but was replaced by Schaub who went on to his breakout season. He finished the season with 2,976 passing yards, 28 touchdowns, and seven interceptions. Schaub was the 2002 ACC Player of the Year, 2002 ACC Offensive Player of the Year and first-team All-State Virginia Sports Information Directors Association (VaSID) as a senior. Publicized in the 2003 preseason as a Heisman Trophy candidate, Schaub suffered a shoulder injury in the first game of the season and did not return for several games; therefore his overall numbers declined in his senior season. He finished the season with 2,952 passing yards, 18 touchdowns, and 10 interceptions. He was the Most Valuable Player of the 2003 Continental Tire Bowl and was twice selected to the All-ACC Academic Football Team. His University of Virginia awards included the John Acree Memorial Trophy, given to the football player with the highest qualities of leadership and unselfish service, and the Ben Wilson Award as the team's most outstanding offensive player.
Schaub enrolled at the University of Virginia in the fall of 1999, and began his career as a member of the Virginia Cavaliers football team. He redshirted his true freshman season. In 2000, starter Dan Ellis missed some time due to an injury, but fellow redshirt freshman Bryson Spinner received the bulk of playing time in relief. After the 2000 season, coach George Welsh retired and was replaced by Al Groh. Schaub was the starter for the first game of the 2001 season at the Wisconsin Badgers. Over the 2001 season, Schaub and Spinner split quarterbacking duties nearly evenly. The two alternated in some games, while in others either Schaub or Spinner received nearly all the snaps. The two quarterback system worked relatively well with both effectively passing the ball to receiver Billy McMullen, the team's leading offensive threat. Schaub finished the season with 1,524 passing yards, 10 touchdowns, and eight interceptions.
Matthew Schaub (born June 25, 1981) is an American football quarterback for the Atlanta Falcons of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football for the Virginia Cavaliers, and was drafted by the Falcons in the third round with the 90th pick of the 2004 NFL Draft. He has also played for the Houston Texans, Oakland Raiders and Baltimore Ravens.