The Los Angeles Times is reporting that former Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub is asking for $4.29 million for his Houston-area home.
Schaub was traded from the Texans to the Oakland Raiders for a fourth-round draft choice this offseason.
The LA Times article writes of the home:
“The traditional-style home, built in 2000, occupies more than a half-acre in the affluent uptown Houston suburb of Tanglewood. Entering through a grand foyer with a curving spiral staircase, the three-story floor plan features beamed-ceilings, delicate molding and hardwood flooring.”
That sounds expensive, and too rich for my blood.
For his Texans career, that spanned from 2007-13, Schaub started 88 games where he passed for 23,221 yards and 124 touchdowns. Schaub had 78 interceptions, as 26 of those interceptions came the past two seasons in 26 games played.
Schaub had one playoff win in his tenure as the Texans QB. The former starting QB for the Texans has been named the starting QB of the Raiders.
Schaub has played 10 seasons in the NFL, his first three with the Atlanta Falcons, starting just two games there.
Last season, his final year with the Texans, Schaub started eight games (played in 10) where he passed for 2,310 yards, 10 touchdowns and 14 interceptions.
His best season with the Texans was 2009 where he passed for 4,770 yards on 396 competitions.