View Full Version : THe definition of insanity

Joe Texan
10-12-2005, 11:36 AM
If we continue to seek improvement with the same, Oh wait a minute we are changing our offensive line, I hope we can get out of the zone blocking as I feel our line was alot better when Carr was getting sacked 76 times. I sure hope they (the head office) realize the offensive line is only a part of the problem and pass defense is truly suspect as well. With a team with this many holes where exactly do you point the finger. I cannot for the life of me figure out why after 3 quarters of miserable play from the QB we cannot at least see our NFLE MVP take a few snaps. David Carr is probably hurt and not telling anyone so we have to suffer. I continue to stand on the side of the Texans but we need a fix, we have no focus, we have no heart, we have no wins.

10-12-2005, 02:01 PM
I don't think David is hurt other than the normal aches and pains associated with getting plastered every weekend.

I do believe his mental state is fragile right now.

I also believe that's the reason he's paid millions of dollars a year...to perform irregardless of the problems.

So he's got to perform. No matter how poorly the O line plays David is expected to make plays. I don't know if the shift of players in the O line will help but at least they are doing something.

10-12-2005, 06:04 PM
Very well put Joe Texan. At least you didn't say, "Oh, there's nothing wrong with this picture."