The top six most productive quarterbacks in 2012 read like a who's who of future inductees to Canton.
Between them they possess 10 Super Bowl rings and seven MVP awards.
Matt Schaub is seventh.
Today's article of the day comes from Elizabeth Merrill of ESPN.com who profiles Schaub.
Schaub is so self-effacing and out of the limelight that most people don't realize that he sits right on the cusp of greatness.
The profile is a great read and nicely illustrates the difference between a very good quarterback who has won a Super Bowl and one who hasn't.
Should the Texans take home the ring in 2012, Schaub will become a household name and everyone will realize how good he's been for a long time.
Tom Gower and Mike Kurtz of the Football Outsiders discuss when to give up on a quarterback.
Kurtz examines under what circumstances a receiver can be shoved out of bounds legally.
Paul Kuharsky of ESPN.com examines injuries to Robert Mathis and Michael Roos.
Elizabeth Merrill of ESPN.com profiles J.J. Watt.
Peter Keating of ESPN.com (pay wall) says blitzing Schaub doesn't pay off.
John Parolin of ESPN.com studies the way Watt impacts the game.
John McClain of the Houston Chronicle says the Texans' play on special teams has been wanting.
Ben Savage of Colts Authority looks at the play of the defense on the All-22.
I talk to Zach Law of Zach on Sports about the Colts.
Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star says cornerbacks need short memories.
Scott Kacsmar of Colts Authority tracks the play of Andrew Luck.
Phil Richards of the Indianapolis Star tracks all the players getting healthy.
John Glennon of the Tennessean says some Titans know Luck well.
Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean looks at Mike Otto who will fill in at tackle.
Kuharsky admires Blaine Gabbert's determination, but seems to have questions about his wisdom.
Gene Frenette of the Florida Times-Union says Rashad Jennings has to show his value.