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jbctexansfan
09-11-2005, 04:30 PM
Let me start by saying I have never posted comments on any message board or called in to talk radio. I have been a season ticket holder since the beginning of the team. Today I finally came to the realization that Chris Palmer and David Carr aren't the answer. I have supported them whenever many fans gave up on them late last year. Is Carr a great guy? Yes.... Is he a great spokesperson for the team? Yes.... Is he a great role model? Yes.... Is he going to lead us deep into the playoffs or a Super Bowl? No... Is Palmer even an average Offensive Coordinator? No... He wasn't good at Cleveland and he isn't better for us. It's bad when I can sit on the couch and call our next 3 offensive plays from the couch. I had to laugh at times today to keep from crying.

Now many of you are going to blame the offensive line. While I agree that they are part of the problem, Carr can't find the open receivers on the rare occasions when they block for him.

I will continue to support this team because I think they will eventually get it right. The money and support from the top of the organization is there and it will eventually happen. I just hope changes are made at the end of the year.

I thought it was a great pick when they drafted Carr. I never agreed with Chris Palmer as the choice for Off. Coordinator. It's time to realize that neither are the answer.

cougarmike
09-11-2005, 04:35 PM
I stand corrected Texans with 7 wins, but still Palmer couldn't dig himself out of a 3 inch hole in the ground. I still like Carr and think he still has the talent and guts- look at the number of sacks--like you I can call better plays and I'm not a math teacher..just science :penalty: :tomato:

the wonger need food
09-11-2005, 04:36 PM
Let me start by saying I have never posted comments on any message board or called in to talk radio. I have been a season ticket holder since the beginning of the team. Today I finally came to the realization that Chris Palmer and David Carr aren't the answer. I have supported them whenever many fans gave up on them late last year. Is Carr a great guy? Yes.... Is he a great spokesperson for the team? Yes.... Is he a great role model? Yes.... Is he going to lead us deep into the playoffs or a Super Bowl? No... Is Palmer even an average Offensive Coordinator? No... He wasn't good at Cleveland and he isn't better for us. It's bad when I can sit on the couch and call our next 3 offensive plays from the couch. I had to laugh at times today to keep from crying.

Now many of you are going to blame the offensive line. While I agree that they are part of the problem, Carr can't find the open receivers on the rare occasions when they block for him.

I will continue to support this team because I think they will eventually get it right. The money and support from the top of the organization is there and it will eventually happen. I just hope changes are made at the end of the year.

I thought it was a great pick when they drafted Carr. I never agreed with Chris Palmer as the choice for Off. Coordinator. It's time to realize that neither are the answer.

Welcome to the club brotha. This team is not going anywhere with this coaching staff and/or Carr at the helm. Hopefully this is blatantly obvious after yet another gutless effort by this team.