It looked like even Matt Schaub's longtime Texans teammate Andre Johnson didn't want to see him on the field after his incomplete pass sealed their eighth straight loss.
When Texans quarterback Matt Schaub replaced back-up Case Keenum late in the third quarter against the Raiders on Sunday, he was greeted with loud boos from the home fans (so loud that the offense had to use a silent snap count). After Schaub's incomplete pass to Johnson in the end zone on Houston's final offensive play, CBS cameras caught the two arguing with each other on the sideline and being separated by their teammates.
The six-time Pro Bowl wideout downplayed the heated exchanged after the game.
"You can see the frustration on his face, frustration on my face. I'm not worried about that. I think you all are making a big deal about it," Johnson said, per Tania Ganguli of ESPN.com. "We talked about it -- it's over with. I mean, me and Matt are fine. I have no problems with Matt. We played a lot of football together. Me and Matt have a good relationship."
When asked after the game if he was happy playing with the Texans, Johnson told Ganguli that "I'm under contract." He certainly didn't look happy as he headed to the locker room by himself with 58 seconds left on the clock.
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