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BeerFan
02-10-2006, 04:22 PM
David Carr is as tough as nails. we know he'll get sacked, but he'll get up every time. most teams dont have that.

Kaiser Toro
02-10-2006, 04:25 PM
Can't dispute that, but then again Jimmy Super Fly Snuka was tough as nails to.

chuckm
02-10-2006, 04:28 PM
Can't dispute that, but then again Jimmy Super Fly Snuka was tough as nails to.



that guy was great but he couldn't throw the deep out ..... now Roddy Piper had a arm

Kaiser Toro
02-10-2006, 04:31 PM
that guy was great but he couldn't throw the deep out ..... now Roddy Piper had a arm

"I came here to kick *** and chew bubble gum. And I am all out of bubble gum."

Classic Rowdy Roddy Piper.

chuckm
02-10-2006, 04:33 PM
"I came here to kick *** and chew bubble gum. And I am all out of bubble gum."

Classic Rowdy Roddy Piper.


I can beat that ...


"I'm the reason Hulk Hogan lost his hair"

powerfuldragon
02-10-2006, 04:34 PM
carr gets sacked like groceries, but he still gets up for the next play. let him stay a while.

Vinny
02-10-2006, 04:37 PM
I can beat that ...


"I'm the reason Hulk Hogan lost his hair"Your name is Testosterone Cypionate?

CaptainPatriot
02-10-2006, 04:38 PM
David Carr is as tough as nails. we know he'll get sacked, but he'll get up every time. most teams dont have that.


I rather see him get rid of the football or make a hot read on a Blitz for a slant pass before the sack! Alot of guys can sit there and take a hit. But how many guys can take the hit and make a completion for a 1st down. Big Difference.

El Tejano
02-10-2006, 04:40 PM
David Carr is as tough as nails. we know he'll get sacked, but he'll get up every time. most teams dont have that.
Believe it or not but I believe that is the reason it would be fair to trade him and let him start anew somewhere else. As it is now it is a lose lose situation for this guy. If he is our starter next year he is gonna hear it after an icomplete pass or every sack. I think we say thank you to him by paying him his money and trading him to a team that is going to give him a fair shot again.

Don't get me wrong. I like Carr and wouldn't mind if he stays but I believe that if we get rid of him it will be a class move on our part too.

Dean 74
02-10-2006, 05:01 PM
how kind of you.

zeplin
02-10-2006, 05:16 PM
I rather see him get rid of the football or make a hot read on a Blitz for a slant pass before the sack! Alot of guys can sit there and take a hit. But how many guys can take the hit and make a completion for a 1st down. Big Difference.

So basically DC should hit the quick slant on virtually every plass play.

Yea! That aught to fool Em the first 300 + attempts!!

This brings us back to the obvious need for a OL that can keep the DL off him for more than 1.5 secs.then DC can make that hot read and hit the slant.LOL:homer:

Texan Asylum
02-10-2006, 06:08 PM
something we've taken for granted.

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David Carr is as tough as nails. we know he'll get sacked, but he'll get up every time. most teams dont have that.

Owner Bob McNair
David Carr is the person who can take us to the Super Bowl. Hes very resilient; hes only missed four games in four years, and hes taken more abuse than probably anybody in the history of football.

That has got to be the UNDERSTATEMENT of the year!

CaptainPatriot
02-10-2006, 06:37 PM
So basically DC should hit the quick slant on virtually every plass play.

Yea! That aught to fool Em the first 300 + attempts!!

This brings us back to the obvious need for a OL that can keep the DL off him for more than 1.5 secs.then DC can make that hot read and hit the slant.LOL:homer:

That and also to the TE. Take what the D gives you. Have a ? for you how many times did DC pass to the TE this yr? You don`t need 1.5 - 6 sec you need to see where the blitz is coming from at the snap. If you can't read the D doesn't matter how great the O-Line is .You can give DC all day long to pass if he can't do his progressions to find the open WR it won`t matter. How many times have you seen DC lock in on 1 WR. Bottom line is DC can't read Defenses. Like I said earlier in a thread time to stop giving excuses for DC with the O-Line issue. Hate to compare DC to Brady but Brady's O-Line wasn't that great either and running game was worse than Texans. The Difference is reading Defenses knowing were to throw in any giving situation.

Wordem
02-10-2006, 08:09 PM
David Carr is as tough as nails. we know he'll get sacked, but he'll get up every time. most teams dont have that.

David Carr is mediocre.

No, he stinks.