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Koolaid Time
10-11-2006, 10:33 PM
Don't you know he will take this game VERY personal.

The Cowboys defense now knows inside and out David Carr’s every bad habit, quirk, and idiosyncrasy.

Worse, they are now inside his head.

Palmer will make Carr's life a living ***** on Sunday, so we might as well get ready

hot pickle
10-11-2006, 10:41 PM
and kubiak will coach him to not be phased by it, david will still put up the numbers he has been the whole season

thunderkyss
10-11-2006, 10:41 PM
Don't you know he will take this game VERY personal.

The Cowboys defense now knows inside and out David Carr’s every bad habit, quirk, and idiosyncrasy.

Worse, they are now inside his head.

Palmer will make Carr's life a living ***** on Sunday, so we might as well get ready

He made David's life a living hell coaching our team...... I don't think he's capable of doing it from another team. If nothing else, it looks like he's turned all his attention to Drew.

gtexan02
10-12-2006, 12:48 AM
Just like Capers defense knew Carr's every habit inside and out? Look how that turned out for him

TheCD
10-12-2006, 01:33 AM
The Cowboys defense now knows inside and out David Carr’s every bad habit, quirk, and idiosyncrasy.

It's not Carr and the offense I'm worried about...


It's our defense against a receiver like Terry Gleen I'm dreading.

Huge
10-12-2006, 08:10 AM
and kubiak will coach him to not be phased by it, david will still put up the numbers he has been the whole season
You mean he's going to pad his stats in the 4th after falling way behind again? :D

TexanSam
10-12-2006, 03:53 PM
Just like Capers defense knew Carr's every habit inside and out? Look how that turned out for him

I was going to say the exact same thing.

Hulk75
10-12-2006, 05:02 PM
Don't you know he will take this game VERY personal.

The Cowboys defense now knows inside and out David Carr’s every bad habit, quirk, and idiosyncrasy.

Worse, they are now inside his head.

Palmer will make Carr's life a living ***** on Sunday, so we might as well get ready

Okay football guru! He knows the old David Carr that ran and did what Palmer told him to do.

He does not know the DC that is coached by one of the greatest offensive minds in the NFL, and the best QB coach in the league.

And your right Carrs life was a living hell while Palmer was here!

Bet Carr has one of his best games, IF they can keep him off the ground.

Double Barrel
10-12-2006, 05:48 PM
Don't you know he will take this game VERY personal.

The Cowboys defense now knows inside and out David Carr’s every bad habit, quirk, and idiosyncrasy.

Worse, they are now inside his head.

Palmer will make Carr's life a living ***** on Sunday, so we might as well get ready

Palmer was fired two games into a new season. He's a joke. He's had TO for four games and has done jack with him.

We can analyze Palmer's offensive tendencies much easier than he knows the 'new and improved' David Carr under Coach Kubiak. That road goes both ways.

TexanSam
10-12-2006, 08:19 PM
Palmer was fired two games into a new season. He's a joke. He's had TO for four games and has done jack with him.

We can analyze Palmer's offensive tendencies much easier than he knows the 'new and improved' David Carr under Coach Kubiak. That road goes both ways.


Is Palmer the OC at Dallas? On their website they don't have an offensive coordinator listed. They just have Palmer as the QB coach. Parcells is more of a defensive head coach so I don't think the offensive plays would come from home.

Texans_Chick
10-12-2006, 09:38 PM
Palmer was fired two games into a new season. He's a joke. He's had TO for four games and has done jack with him.

We can analyze Palmer's offensive tendencies much easier than he knows the 'new and improved' David Carr under Coach Kubiak. That road goes both ways.


Keyshawn Johnson is the happiest guy in the world.

Here's my latest post on Palmer/Bledsoe in the FanHouse:

Link (http://nfl.aolsportsblog.com/2006/10/12/unintentionally-funny-drew-bledsoe-article/)

Bledsoe is tied for second in the league in interceptions (7), and is second in turnovers (8). Charlie Frye of the Browns is first in both categories.

HEY! That looks familiar!