HOUSTON (AP) - Matt Schaub has had a tough week.
It has nothing to do with fans calling for the benching of the Houston quarterback and burning his jerseys. He has learned to tune out that kind of negativity.
But he's unhappy with his performance last week and can't wait to get back on the field against the 49ers on Sunday to help erase memories of that game and get the Texans back on track.
He says the most difficult part of having a bad game in the NFL is waiting an entire week to have a chance for redemption.
Coach Gary Kubiak says that Schaub is doing a lot of good things, but that it's imperative that he find a way to limit his mistakes.
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