"We drafted a pretty good player," Olson said this week, via the San Francisco Chronicle. "He is very intelligent, and he may not need to redshirt. We like his comfort level. Right away, you can see that this is not too big for him."
"When we got Matt Schaub, we needed to do that," Olson said. "We didn't know who would fall to us in the draft. It was a good decision, a decision we had to make."
A year after Oakland handed over $6.5 million in guarantees for a grand total of two Matt Flynn starts, they are in danger of getting less bang for their buck out of Schaub.
What exactly is the plan here?