Schaub had established himself as a No. 1 fantasy quarterback a few seasons ago, but his numbers and value have since fallen due to a change in offensive philosophies. With the emergence of
Arian Foster and an effective ground attack, Schaub has been asked to pass less and hand off more -- that's evident in his number of pass attempts, which have declined in three straight full seasons. Furthermore, the Virginia product has seen his yards and touchdown passes all decline in each of his last three full seasons. While he is capable of putting up good totals from time to time, especially when the matchup is favorable, Schaub simply can't be trusted to make a consistent statistical impact for fantasy owners. He's a fine No. 2 option and occasional starter, but that's the extent of his 2013 value heading into drafts.