Money Roundup: Pick Six Edition

by Michael on Oct 6, 2013 · 1 comment

In case you missed it, Houston Texans QB Matt Schaub entered the NFL record books this evening. Unfortunately for him, it was for a rather embarrassing feat.

As it turns out, no NFL quarterback had ever thrown a ‘pick six’ — i.e., an interception that was returned for a touchdown — in four consecutive games. Until tonight, that is, when Schaub threw his very first pass to the defense.

Looks like that Pick Six Burger — you know, the one where customers are invited to pick six toppings and then pay dearly for it — might need to be added to the menu in Houston-area restaurants, after all. It started out as a joke, but seems fitting.

And now… In honor of Schaub’s historical performance, I’ve picked six articles to share with you this week.

Okay, okay… We all know that touchdowns come with an extra point, so here’s one more for good measure… If banks are going to offer juice generous rates on reward checking accounts, why not park some of your cash there?

That’s it. I hope you had a great weekend.

1 thepotatohead October 14, 2013 at 4:12 pm

Gotta feel sorta bad for Schaub, although the Pick Six Burger sounds Hilarious. The fans booed him yesterday when he left with an injury, sorta unclassy in that regards. I guess they got some karma when the backup qb also threw a pick six! The texans can’t catch a break in that regard lol

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