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TexansFan4EvR
03-23-2007, 07:42 AM
First off I just wanna say Thank You to DC for leading this team for ther first 5 years even after everything he went through. I will always keep my #8 jersey autographed by him ( even though its not worth much ).

My Favorite DC moment no doubt is when he leaped into the endzone on the goaline against the Jaguars our second season. Man I had chills when we went for it with no time left. Thank You David!:fans:

Goldeagle
03-23-2007, 08:08 AM
ANytime we beat the Jags

Beating the Cowboys

Coming off the bench with a hurt arm and leading the team to a win by running for a 30 yard scramble and not sliding (remember the Texans brought in Lance Berkman to teach him how to slide). Michael Vick was not starting for the Falcons due to an injury but he came off the bench and did nothing. ESPN showed Vick come off the bench and that was it.

HoustonTalk
03-23-2007, 08:19 AM
I'd defintly have to say when he was on the bench with that soldier injury and Tony Banks led us to victory!!!!

joedinkle
03-23-2007, 08:20 AM
Leaping over the Giants this season into the endzone

Malloy
03-23-2007, 08:21 AM
To keep up with the anti-Carr posts, my favorite Carr moment is yet to come, that's when I see a thread here that confirms his trade with some other team.

Sorry David, you've let me down too many times, time to move on, bye bye.

ericdoesntcare
03-23-2007, 08:23 AM
When he leaves for good... that's going to be my favorite moment.

Texan_Bill
03-23-2007, 08:24 AM
Favorite moment?
His first completion ever... A 19 yard TD pass to Billy Miller on about the 4th play in Texans history - September 8, 2002 against the Cowgurls!

4Texans
03-23-2007, 08:56 AM
Texans first game........... 19 to 10!:victory: :wild:

keyfro
03-23-2007, 09:01 AM
there's been a couple that i've really enjoyed...the first game stands out the most with the billy miller TD throw

his dive over jacksonville to end the game

the miami game his second season he played a very good game

and when he juked out the new orleans defender to run into the endzone...that was just funny

Silver Oak
03-23-2007, 09:04 AM
I forget who we were playing, but it was a long pass down the left sideline to Andre Johnson. A great pass and a great leaping catch by Johnson. At the time I thought that would be repeated many more times...

Good luck David. I know the majority of fans here in Houston appreciate your toughness these first years of the franchise even if the vocal minority drowns that out at times.

HuttoKarl
03-23-2007, 09:07 AM
That HEB commercial where he carries loose groceries in because he doesn't like sacks.

TEXANS84
03-23-2007, 09:10 AM
Coming off the bench against the Falcons. Their backup quarterback started that game, and Tony Banks started our game.
Tony Broke his hand just before halftime, and they came out with Vick starting the second half.

David then came in to people cheering despite being hurt on the shoulder injury. 1st snap he took off running 25 yards down the field. Got hurt on the play, but played like a man.

Texan_Bill
03-23-2007, 09:23 AM
I forget who we were playing, but it was a long pass down the left sideline to Andre Johnson. A great pass and a great leaping catch by Johnson. At the time I thought that would be repeated many more times...

Good luck David. I know the majority of fans here in Houston appreciate your toughness these first years of the franchise even if the vocal minority drowns that out at times.

"Vocal minority"???? How about "obnoxious few"....

:stirpot:

c5demon
03-23-2007, 10:49 AM
Him packing his crap out of H-town for GOOD !!!!

Second Honeymoon
03-23-2007, 10:53 AM
my favorite moment of DC will be the first time i see him playing for someone else. he's a bum and a crappy QB. he is now gonna be someone elses problem.

STEEL BLUE TEXANS
03-23-2007, 10:53 AM
In our first game against the Cowboys where he threw a perfect laser to Jermaine Lewis (went right through his hands though) about 50 yards down the middle of the field. I thought that was just a small preview of things to come.

Porky
03-23-2007, 11:00 AM
My favorite Carr moment so far happened yesterday when the team admitted they were wrong, and I, and a whole bunch of other fans were right. That will soon be superseded by my all-time favorite Carr moment. That's the one where I see him on a plane moving on to ruin someone else's franchise. :dance2:

The Pencil Neck
03-23-2007, 11:13 AM
The juke against the Saints defender was great.

Texan_Bill
03-23-2007, 11:15 AM
Some people don't know or are too ignorant to the take the high road - even if the low road is a dead-end cliff....

HOU-TEX
03-23-2007, 11:15 AM
When he was benched in the Tenn game this year. It was a sign of great things to come.:drool:

Errant Hothy
03-23-2007, 11:18 AM
After the Dallas game the expression on his face the way he responded to the fans, after that I thought we had something (may have been the Carr's highpoint for me).

Breakin' the ankles of the Saints DB...too funny.

The run against the Falcons.

Almost nay time he tucked it and ran. His seeming refuseal to slide sometimes made me happy. Whatever you say about Carr, he ain't a pansy.

santo
03-23-2007, 11:19 AM
When he did the play action agianst Miami this past season.

Cool to see him go untouched for a change as he scored the touchdown.


The dive into the endzone in the Giants game.



Also, the way he played in the 2 games against Jacksonville.

eriadoc
03-23-2007, 11:33 AM
Some people just have no class.

My favorite moments -

2002 - DC's pass to Billy Miller to score vs. the Cowboys. Also his laser pass to Jermaine Lewis down the middle of the field that was dropped. Those two passes showed me he had what it took to be the QB of our team (at that time). He displayed arm strength, accuracy, and willingness to go for the big play.

2003 - DC came into the game vs. the Falcons with a bad wing and scrambled for a first down and willed our team to victory. He displayed toughness and leadership.

2004 - the game vs. the Vikings; he kept slinging it, refusing to let the team die. Unfortunately, the defense didn't hold. He and AJ never gave up though.

2004 - going on the road vs. Chicago, he played a heck of a game in single-digit temps. He showed the ability to go on the road and play in a hostile environment and pull out a win.

2005 - the games vs. the Cardinals and the Rams, where he called his own plays for a half and the team responded well, scored points, and then the OC screwed up and took control back. He showed the ability to command a huddle and the smarts to call his own plays in the NFL.

2006 - the opening drive vs. the Eagles, he led the offense in a near flawless drive, showed he could potentially be a good QB in Kubiak's system. Also, the game vs. Jacksonville.

Also, the game vs. Jacksonville where he dived over for the winning score a few years ago.

Basically, Carr had some stellar moments in this city and showed some qualities you'd like to see in an NFL QB. Unfortunately, he never put it together for any significant length of time and his shortcomings (pocket presence and awareness, for one) just overtook his ability to be productive. Thinking back to the early games in 2002 and 2003, we all saw the flaws in his mechanics, but there are other QBs that have flaws in their mechanics. All QBs have problems with their game, but the overall package outweighs the negatives. The optimism of those early flashes from Carr never got fulfilled.

Good luck to him in the future; better luck to Schaub :)

ensign_lee
03-23-2007, 12:25 PM
Definitely the dive over the Jags for 'the win'. :dance2:

WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOH! :yahoo:

TopTexanFan16
03-23-2007, 12:33 PM
Wow cant believe how classless some are on this message board.

My Fav. DC moment was this year in the second jags games. played one hell of a game and the one play that gave me chills was on 3rd and 10 and it was a designed QB run to the left. DC broke two tackles the trucked another defender for the first down.

GOOD LUCK DC WHERE EVER YOU GO I'LL ALWAYS BE A FAN.....but not when you play the texans.

TexanSam
03-23-2007, 12:38 PM
When he scored the game winning TD against the Jags at the end of the game.

19-10
03-23-2007, 12:52 PM
Wow this thread really did dredge up the trash. Not that it takes much prodding on this board.

I just love the Man Love for the new guy who is totally unproven. He better be damn good and quick or he'll be thrown under the buss too. Funny how 23 gets a free pass for his slightly above average play and big mouth. Incredible.



Anyway my favorite moment for DC was the dive in the Giants game.

The guy is tough as nails and does play with heart. He is not the most talented QB in the league but I doubt any others could have handled what he did with such class. Good luck elsewhere Carr.

Vinny
03-23-2007, 12:53 PM
Wow this thread really did dredge up the trash. Not that it takes much prodding on this board.

I just love the Man Love for the new guy who is totally unproven. He better be damn good and quick or he'll be thrown under the buss too. Funny how 23 gets a free pass for his slightly above average play and big mouth. Incredible..

Your post strikes me as...ironic. You lambaste people for not taking the high road and you don't follow your own advice.

STEEL BLUE TEXANS
03-23-2007, 12:59 PM
Your post strikes me as...ironic. You lambaste people for not taking the high road and you don't follow your own advice.



:howdy:

Specnatz
03-23-2007, 01:00 PM
I figured there would be some trashing here, got to love how people can't just say thanks for your time here sorry it did not work out. No instead some act like they are glad he failed. well because he failed so did the franchise for 5 years, so that really makes you a Texans fan and wanting the best for the team.

NOT!!



My favorite moment, was the very first FREAKING snap, because that ment Football was back in Houston.

Second Honeymoon
03-23-2007, 01:07 PM
Wow cant believe how classless some are on this message board.

My Fav. DC moment was this year in the second jags games. played one hell of a game and the one play that gave me chills was on 3rd and 10 and it was a designed QB run to the left. DC broke two tackles the trucked another defender for the first down.

GOOD LUCK DC WHERE EVER YOU GO I'LL ALWAYS BE A FAN.....but not when you play the texans.


classless? dude, your a fan of Carr. your a fan of a player for the sole reason that he played on your hometown team. the guy sucked...i was never a fan and never will be...but that is because I know a good QB when I see it and Carr was and always will be garbage.....

whatever you bunch of carebears....go back to your prayer circle and your shrine of david

Second Honeymoon
03-23-2007, 01:26 PM
I figured there would be some trashing here, got to love how people can't just say thanks for your time here sorry it did not work out. No instead some act like they are glad he failed. well because he failed so did the franchise for 5 years, so that really makes you a Texans fan and wanting the best for the team.

NOT!!



My favorite moment, was the very first FREAKING snap, because that ment Football was back in Houston.

believe me, i aint happy he failed. i am happy he is gone though. good riddance..guy was a loser and a clock puncher....no heart and no competitive spirit

jdog
03-23-2007, 01:37 PM
My favorite moment was the pass David threw to Andre which set up Kris' kick for the win over Peyton Manning and the Colts. It was the only game I've seen in person, and it was a great feeling to see him rise to the challenge on a key play.

Malloy
03-23-2007, 01:48 PM
Wow cant believe how classless some are on this message board.


Excuse me, I did not know that I had to omit my actual point of view in fear of offending someone that does not agree with me. These are Texans message boards, and for better or worse, you need to realize that that includes different points of views, often different from yours. If you do not realize this (that goes for real life too), expect plenty of dissapointments in the future.

powerfuldragon
03-23-2007, 01:48 PM
Coming off the bench against the Falcons. Their backup quarterback started that game, and Tony Banks started our game.
Tony Broke his hand just before halftime, and they came out with Vick starting the second half.

David then came in to people cheering despite being hurt on the shoulder injury. 1st snap he took off running 25 yards down the field. Got hurt on the play, but played like a man.
oh man, i remember thinking probowl when i saw that.

Honoring Earl 34
03-23-2007, 01:50 PM
oh man, i remember thinking probowl when i saw that.

Yep ... as a fullback .

Malloy
03-23-2007, 01:52 PM
I figured there would be some trashing here, got to love how people can't just say thanks for your time here sorry it did not work out. No instead some act like they are glad he failed. well because he failed so did the franchise for 5 years, so that really makes you a Texans fan and wanting the best for the team.


Why would I thank Carr when I cannot find much to thank him for?
Act like one is glad he failed, what kind of rubbish is that? I'm glad to see him gone because I believe he is a major factor in the team failing, and since I hate seeing the team fail... you do the math...

TopTexanFan16
03-23-2007, 02:05 PM
Excuse me, I did not know that I had to omit my actual point of view in fear of offending someone that does not agree with me. These are Texans message boards, and for better or worse, you need to realize that that includes different points of views, often different from yours. If you do not realize this (that goes for real life too), expect plenty of dissapointments in the future.

No excuse me ,if what you are saying is true then i am entitled to my view point and my view point is that it is classless to say such harsh things about a QB that played for us for 5 years. I mean what do you expect....the guy was drafted and told he was the starter and for 5 years he played to the best of his abilities and i refuse to burden him with what he has no control over. I whole heartedly agree that everyone has diffrent points of view other than my own but when i feel like a poster is being unfair i will call him/her out. Its been done so many times on this message board i'd like to know out of all the posts that said how classless some were being you chose mine no comment towards....i find it very demening when posters and yes i am talking about you tell me how dissapointed i will be in the future because i wont get my way and he doesnt agree with me, excuse me i am not illiterate and def. not in kindergarten. I hope some do realize that sometimes it is better to just respect a person for who they are and not for what they did. and that may not be what this thread is about, it is about your fav. DC moment and other posters feel like the title said BASH CARR HERE. so excuse me by all means for having my own view point/opinion toward other posters.

Second Honeymoon
03-23-2007, 02:14 PM
my favorite moment of Carr was McNair throwing him under the bus at the press conference.

Silver Oak
03-23-2007, 02:25 PM
Excuse me, I did not know that I had to omit my actual point of view in fear of offending someone that does not agree with me. These are Texans message boards, and for better or worse, you need to realize that that includes different points of views, often different from yours. If you do not realize this (that goes for real life too), expect plenty of dissapointments in the future.

Pronouncing your point of view is one thing, but surely your mother told you somewhere in your childhood, that if you have nothing good to say, then it is sometimes best to say nothing at all.

Vinny
03-23-2007, 02:26 PM
Pronouncing your point of view is one thing, but surely your mother told you somewhere in your childhood, that if you have nothing good to say, then it is sometimes best to say nothing at all.Your Mother never posted on message boards I take it.

HOU-TEX
03-23-2007, 02:27 PM
No excuse me ,if what you are saying is true then i am entitled to my view point and my view point is that it is classless to say such harsh things about a QB that played for us for 5 years. I mean what do you expect....the guy was drafted and told he was the starter and for 5 years he played to the best of his abilities and i refuse to burden him with what he has no control over. I whole heartedly agree that everyone has diffrent points of view other than my own but when i feel like a poster is being unfair i will call him/her out. Its been done so many times on this message board i'd like to know out of all the posts that said how classless some were being you chose mine no comment towards....i find it very demening when posters and yes i am talking about you tell me how dissapointed i will be in the future because i wont get my way and he doesnt agree with me, excuse me i am not illiterate and def. not in kindergarten. I hope some do realize that sometimes it is better to just respect a person for who they are and not for what they did. and that may not be what this thread is about, it is about your fav. DC moment and other posters feel like the title said BASH CARR HERE. so excuse me by all means for having my own view point/opinion toward other posters.

Are you skipping school today? Ahhmm, I'm telling:this:

Malloy
03-23-2007, 02:31 PM
Pronouncing your point of view is one thing, but surely your mother told you somewhere in your childhood, that if you have nothing good to say, then it is sometimes best to say nothing at all.

So critizism is never ok? The topic of the thread were 'your favorite moment of DC', I expressed just that, my best moment. You may not like it, whatever, at least I kept my arguments on a professional level instead of attacking the 'person Carr'. If the topic had been about the 'person Carr' I would likely have omitted posting.

Again, this is a message board, expect to meet other points of views. And responding by turning into the morality-police with arguments such as 'classless' is just that, a lack of class.

Bullpen Drew
03-23-2007, 02:34 PM
ummm thinking...........

The Pencil Neck
03-23-2007, 02:34 PM
Your Mother never posted on message boards I take it.

Your mother IS a message board.

Oh...

Moderator...

WAIT...

AAAAAaaaaaahhhhhh.....

Banned.

Second Honeymoon
03-23-2007, 02:36 PM
Your mother IS a message board.

Oh...

Moderator...

WAIT...

AAAAAaaaaaahhhhhh.....

Banned.

haha

Porky
03-23-2007, 02:50 PM
Okay, ya'll have convinced me to be nice to the Golden Boy. My favorite lil Davey moment was the first TD pass he ever made. A beautiful strike to Billy Miller. That night was pure magic, and I was convinced we had our franchise QB to rally around and build a team around.

Unfortentely, the very fist game of his career was the highlight of his five years here, and it was all downhill from there. Good bye Golden Boy who lives inside the critism bubble. May you make someone else's team as bad as you did ours. :redtowel:

texan's blue
03-23-2007, 02:54 PM
Okay, ya'll have convinced me to be nice to the Golden Boy. My favorite lil Davey moment was the first TD pass he ever made. A beautiful strike to Billy Miller. That night was pure magic, and I was convinced we had our franchise QB to rally around and build a teal around.

Unfortentely, the very fist game of his career was the highlight of his five years here, and it was all downhill from there. Good bye Golden Boy who lives inside the critism bubble. May you make someone else's team as bad as you did ours. :redtowel:

:toast2: Good one Porky... you just had to... at least you didn't JUST bash...

Malloy
03-23-2007, 02:55 PM
Okay, ya'll have convinced me to be nice to the Golden Boy.

I know you Pork, I'm not falling for that one! :)

Maddict5
03-23-2007, 03:05 PM
I'd defintly have to say when he was on the bench with that soldier injury and Tony Banks led us to victory!!!!

To keep up with the anti-Carr posts, my favorite Carr moment is yet to come, that's when I see a thread here that confirms his trade with some other team.

Sorry David, you've let me down too many times, time to move on, bye bye.

When he leaves for good... that's going to be my favorite moment.

Him packing his crap out of H-town for GOOD !!!!

My favorite Carr moment so far happened yesterday when the team admitted they were wrong, and I, and a whole bunch of other fans were right. That will soon be superseded by my all-time favorite Carr moment. That's the one where I see him on a plane moving on to ruin someone else's franchise. :dance2:

When he was benched in the Tenn game this year. It was a sign of great things to come.:drool:

really lame guys...hes on his way out..no excuses for being petty and childish now..id like to say im surprised
personally my favourite DC moment was this years game v the eagles..
first drive: marched us down the field and connected with mouldsy for a nice td and gave us all hope that he was becoming the qb we wanted him to be

TopTexanFan16
03-23-2007, 03:07 PM
Are you skipping school today? Ahhmm, I'm telling:this:

hahaha nah i get out at 12:06 everyday....mmmhhh love being a senior.

awtysst
03-23-2007, 03:14 PM
I will go with the big leap he made to put the ball over the goal line as time expired in the Jags game.

run-david-run
03-23-2007, 03:17 PM
Okay, ya'll have convinced me to be nice to the Golden Boy. My favorite lil Davey moment was the first TD pass he ever made. A beautiful strike to Billy Miller. That night was pure magic, and I was convinced we had our franchise QB to rally around and build a teal around.

Unfortentely, the very fist game of his career was the highlight of his five years here, and it was all downhill from there. Good bye Golden Boy who lives inside the critism bubble. May you make someone else's team as bad as you did ours. :redtowel:

Lol. Its funny, Carr takes more abuse then any player, by a longshot, on this team.

Anyway, in keeping with what the thread is acctually about, Ill go with the first drive against the Eagles, which gave us all hope following 2-14.

texanfan2002114
03-23-2007, 03:22 PM
David is great guy and the day he handed my beautiful daughter a game ball was my greatest David Carr moment. The reason was because that was the day that my daughter truely fell in love with football and now I get to share that with her for the rest of my life!!

Thank you David Carr!!

http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b243/texanfan2002114/TexansHelmetPics009.jpg

RTP2110
03-23-2007, 03:42 PM
The 2 moments that stand out the most to me are:

1) The 4th quarter against Minnesota. I'm surprised more people haven't mentioned this one. That was one of the few times he actually looked like #1 overall talent.

2) Bad game, good highlight. The long scramble he did against CLE in 2004. He looked like he was going out of bounds the cut back in for a big gain. It was one of the only bright spots that day.

swtbound07
03-23-2007, 03:49 PM
The dallas game. My dad took off work, I came down from north houston to watch. My uncle, of criminal fame, is a huge cowgirls fan, and he was there....Carr to miller just daggered him. you could feel ELECTRICITY about our football team. Great night.

HOU-TEX
03-23-2007, 03:49 PM
really lame guys...hes on his way out..no excuses for being petty and childish now..id like to say im surprised
personally my favourite DC moment was this years game v the eagles..
first drive: marched us down the field and connected with mouldsy for a nice td and gave us all hope that he was becoming the qb we wanted him to be

Lame?? I was being truthful. Sure, we could sit here and reminisce over his decent plays, but why? It's just a position on a team. Why don't we do the same with Wells, Davis/Williams, etc.? We haven't had a true elite player that would validate the praise of outstanding individual play. The players we've had are replaceable with players that could've made the same plays if not better. Those of you bashing us "haters" can run along and help the Carr's pack.

hahaha nah i get out at 12:06 everyday....mmmhhh love being a senior.

lol, Yeah, I remember those days.

Bamaborn-Texasbred
03-23-2007, 03:55 PM
I was sitting near the bullpen for the Miami game this past season. The qb keeper that nobody saw until he was almost in the endzone was pretty cool.

That being said, I'm glad he won't be doing anything worth being rediculed in this town anymore.

amazingandre
03-23-2007, 03:56 PM
well some of ur fav. moments came true today carr was released!!!!

My Hero
03-23-2007, 04:11 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by HoustonTalk
I'd defintly have to say when he was on the bench with that soldier injury and Tony Banks led us to victory!!!!

Quote:
Originally Posted by Malloy
To keep up with the anti-Carr posts, my favorite Carr moment is yet to come, that's when I see a thread here that confirms his trade with some other team.

Sorry David, you've let me down too many times, time to move on, bye bye.

Quote:
Originally Posted by ericdoesntcare
When he leaves for good... that's going to be my favorite moment.

Quote:
Originally Posted by c5demon
Him packing his crap out of H-town for GOOD !!!!

Quote:
Originally Posted by Porky
My favorite Carr moment so far happened yesterday when the team admitted they were wrong, and I, and a whole bunch of other fans were right. That will soon be superseded by my all-time favorite Carr moment. That's the one where I see him on a plane moving on to ruin someone else's franchise.

Quote:
Originally Posted by HOU-TEX
When he was benched in the Tenn game this year. It was a sign of great things to come.



Yeah my favorite moment is yet to come; when he comes back to town on another team as the starter and outscores the pathetic offense that you are now so proud of. This team has still not addressed the issues of protection . The end result is that we're going to end up with an injured starting qb, but hey then it will be Sage to the rescue. Pitiful you guys are lying to yourselfs if you say that David Carr hasn't produced at least one pleasant memory while playing for the franchise.

Johnny Utah
03-23-2007, 04:12 PM
http://images.usatoday.com/sports/_photos/2004-12-14-inside-carr.jpg

Cupps
03-23-2007, 04:33 PM
My favorite David Carr moment was over the past five years when no matter how many media outlets made him the butt of jokes because of poor protection, when no matter how much abuse and blame the fans handed him and when the front office gave him little to no protection for five years... Carr was always classy and proud to be the face of this franchise, and always gave his all for this team.

My personal favorite was the 65-yard touchdown to Bradford in the 19-10 game. I went ballastic... it was when I first honestly thought we'd win that game, and more importantly, the first time I'd felt passionate about NFL football since I last saw Warren Moon.

Those that solely blame Carr for the past five years are living under a rock... and will be very, very disappointed if we don't give Schaub protection. That, or they'll just throw him under the bus, too... meh.

HOU-TEX
03-23-2007, 04:44 PM
Yeah my favorite moment is yet to come; when he comes back to town on another team as the starter and outscores the pathetic offense that you are now so proud of. This team has still not addressed the issues of protection . The end result is that we're going to end up with an injured starting qb, but hey then it will be Sage to the rescue. Pitiful you guys are lying to yourselfs if you say that David Carr hasn't produced at least one pleasant memory while playing for the franchise.

Don't you have some packing to do?:)

santo
03-23-2007, 04:46 PM
Don't you have some packing to do?:)


He's already in CA....just waiting for David to get there...:victory:

HOU-TEX
03-23-2007, 04:47 PM
He's already in CA....just waiting for David to get there...:victory:

Ah! You are correct. Maybe he needs to pack for Miami.:redtowel:

potisyourfriend
03-23-2007, 04:47 PM
http://images.usatoday.com/sports/_photos/2004-12-14-inside-carr.jpg

You actually took time to search for that.. LOL

Man he's weird looking

Specnatz
03-23-2007, 04:52 PM
Yeah my favorite moment is yet to come; when he comes back to town on another team as the starter and outscores the pathetic offense that you are now so proud of. This team has still not addressed the issues of protection . The end result is that we're going to end up with an injured starting qb, but hey then it will be Sage to the rescue. Pitiful you guys are lying to yourselfs if you say that David Carr hasn't produced at least one pleasant memory while playing for the franchise.


Look I am not very found of people posting the crap they do, but you are either a family member or you seriously need to get help and a restraining order.

Saying you want him to comeback and beat this team. Really you need to get a grip.

Honoring Earl 34
03-23-2007, 05:03 PM
My Hero this is for you .



Did you ever know that you're my hero,
and everything I would like to be?
I can fly higher than an eagle,
for you are the wind beneath my wings.

I'm going back to Cali, Cali, Cali
I'm going back to Cali - no man I don't think so
I'm going back to Cali, Cali, Cali
I'm going back to Cali..

19-10
03-23-2007, 05:18 PM
Your post strikes me as...ironic. You lambaste people for not taking the high road and you don't follow your own advice.

Truth is irony? Whatever you say. 23 is average and does have a big mouth.

afcman
03-23-2007, 05:18 PM
Your Favorite Moment of DC!

The very first game. That's sad though ain't it? After all that time.........

SamuraiSword
03-23-2007, 05:22 PM
That HEB commercial where he carries loose groceries in because he doesn't like sacks.

Someone quick tell our new guys don't go on the HEB commercials because of the curse they have. Every one of our guys that was on their don't play for us anymore. My favorite was when clemens and pettite sacked Carr. :rofl:

Second Honeymoon
03-23-2007, 06:14 PM
David is great guy and the day he handed my beautiful daughter a game ball was my greatest David Carr moment. The reason was because that was the day that my daughter truely fell in love with football and now I get to share that with her for the rest of my life!!

Thank you David Carr!!

http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b243/texanfan2002114/TexansHelmetPics009.jpg

Nice story. Dave was a nice guy and I am sure that was great for your daughter. My little girl is only 4 and just now knowing difference between the sports.

Second Honeymoon
03-23-2007, 06:24 PM
Lame?? I was being truthful. Sure, we could sit here and reminisce over his decent plays, but why? It's just a position on a team. Why don't we do the same with Wells, Davis/Williams, etc.? We haven't had a true elite player that would validate the praise of outstanding individual play. The players we've had are replaceable with players that could've made the same plays if not better. Those of you bashing us "haters" can run along and help the Carr's pack.



lol, Yeah, I remember those days.

that is the exact thing that has been setting me off today. these guys are acting like Carr was freaking Knute Rockne or something. it's just pathetic imho.

can we wait at least a couple days before we saint the guy? St. Carr. The Patron Saint of Delusional Fans.

My Hero
03-23-2007, 08:28 PM
Don't you have some packing to do?:)



Oh, so sorry HOU-TEX. I'll be around to make sure Schaub pans out. If he doesn't, well let's just say I'll make sure that you hear about it.

My Hero
03-23-2007, 08:30 PM
My Hero this is for you .



Did you ever know that you're my hero,
and everything I would like to be?
I can fly higher than an eagle,
for you are the wind beneath my wings.

I'm going back to Cali, Cali, Cali
I'm going back to Cali - no man I don't think so
I'm going back to Cali, Cali, Cali
I'm going back to Cali..



Hey thanks H E 34, Miss Middler and LL are true stars.

Mr. White
03-23-2007, 08:34 PM
I'm going back to Cali, Cali, Cali
I'm going back to Cali - no man I don't think so
I'm going back to Cali, Cali, Cali
I'm going back to Cali..

They listen to more Bob Marley in California......

Exodus: movement of jah people! oh-oh-oh, yea-eah!
.......
Men and people will fight ya down (tell me why!)
When ya see jah light. (ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha!)
Let me tell you if youre not wrong; (then, why? )
Everything is all right.
So we gonna walk - all right! - through de roads of creation:
We the generation (tell me why!)
(trod through great tribulation) trod through great tribulation.

Exodus, all right! movement of jah people!
Oh, yeah! o-oo, yeah! all right!
Exodus: movement of jah people! oh, yeah!

Yeah-yeah-yeah, well!
Uh! open your eyes and look within:
Are you satisfied (with the life youre living)? uh!
We know where were going, uh!
We know where were from.
Were leaving babylon,
Were going to our father land.

2, 3, 4: exodus: movement of jah people! oh, yeah!
(movement of jah people!) send us another brother moses!
(movement of jah people!) from across the red sea!
(movement of jah people!) send us another brother moses!
(movement of jah people!) from across the red sea!
Movement of jah people!

Exodus, all right! oo-oo-ooh! oo-ooh!
Movement of jah people! oh, yeah!
Exodus!
Exodus! all right!
Exodus! now, now, now, now!
Exodus!
Exodus! oh, yea-ea-ea-ea-ea-ea-eah!
Exodus!
Exodus! all right!
Exodus! uh-uh-uh-uh!

Move! move! move! move! move! move!

Open your eyes and look within:
Are you satisfied with the life youre living?
We know where were going;
We know where were from.
Were leaving babylon, yall!
Were going to our fathers land.

Exodus, all right! movement of jah people!
Exodus: movement of jah people!
Movement of jah people!
Movement of jah people!
Movement of jah people!
Movement of jah people!

Move! move! move! move! move! move! move!

Jah come to break downpression,
Rule equality,
Wipe away transgression,
Set the captives free.

Exodus, all right, all right!
Movement of jah people! oh, yeah!
Exodus: movement of jah people! oh, now, now, now, now!
Movement of jah people!
Movement of jah people!
Movement of jah people!
Movement of jah people!
Movement of jah people!
Movement of jah people!

Move! move! move! move! move! move! uh-uh-uh-uh!
Move(ment of jah people)!
Move(ment of jah people)!
Move(ment of jah people)!
Move(ment of jah people)! movement of jah people!
Move(ment of jah people)!
Move(ment of jah people)!
Movement of jah people!
Movement of jah people!
Movement of jah people!

Second Honeymoon
03-23-2007, 08:37 PM
Oh, so sorry HOU-TEX. I'll be around to make sure Schaub pans out. If he doesn't, well let's just say I'll make sure that you hear about it.

my hero, you can now admit that I was right and you were wrong. k thanks bye.

Wolf
03-23-2007, 08:39 PM
it was par for the course on some responses about a good natured thread

Actually one of my favorite moments was the Dallas game and Carr threw a 50 yard strike to Lewis and lewis dropped it... It looked like a real offense ..he did a 5-7 step drop had great protection and rocketed that ball to lewis ..who was wide open and flat out dropped it...I thought this kid has an arm.

but seriously has to go with the juke he gave that guy and not sure about the QB sneak against the Jags, shouldn't have come down to that. we should have gotten in beforehand but I still loved it

HoustonFan
03-23-2007, 08:41 PM
1st TD pass to Billy Miller against the Cowboys.

Breaking the plain against the Jaguars.

DRIFTAWAY
03-23-2007, 08:45 PM
Some people just have no class.

My favorite moments -

2002 - DC's pass to Billy Miller to score vs. the Cowboys. Also his laser pass to Jermaine Lewis down the middle of the field that was dropped. Those two passes showed me he had what it took to be the QB of our team (at that time). He displayed arm strength, accuracy, and willingness to go for the big play.

2003 - DC came into the game vs. the Falcons with a bad wing and scrambled for a first down and willed our team to victory. He displayed toughness and leadership.

2004 - the game vs. the Vikings; he kept slinging it, refusing to let the team die. Unfortunately, the defense didn't hold. He and AJ never gave up though.

2004 - going on the road vs. Chicago, he played a heck of a game in single-digit temps. He showed the ability to go on the road and play in a hostile environment and pull out a win.

2005 - the games vs. the Cardinals and the Rams, where he called his own plays for a half and the team responded well, scored points, and then the OC screwed up and took control back. He showed the ability to command a huddle and the smarts to call his own plays in the NFL.

2006 - the opening drive vs. the Eagles, he led the offense in a near flawless drive, showed he could potentially be a good QB in Kubiak's system. Also, the game vs. Jacksonville.

Also, the game vs. Jacksonville where he dived over for the winning score a few years ago.

Basically, Carr had some stellar moments in this city and showed some qualities you'd like to see in an NFL QB. Unfortunately, he never put it together for any significant length of time and his shortcomings (pocket presence and awareness, for one) just overtook his ability to be productive. Thinking back to the early games in 2002 and 2003, we all saw the flaws in his mechanics, but there are other QBs that have flaws in their mechanics. All QBs have problems with their game, but the overall package outweighs the negatives. The optimism of those early flashes from Carr never got fulfilled.

Good luck to him in the future; better luck to Schaub :)

All of these are my favorite DC moments as well... I'll admit no matter how much I think we needed a new QB, seeing David go makes me a little sad. He is the only QB we have ever come to known, and he has been the face of the franchise we have all come to love. He was a tough guy and Unfortunately, things just never clicked for the Texans and him. In the end, it was in the best interests of both sides to go in a seperate direction. Happy Trail's David, and I hope things work out well for both sides.

supermario#90
03-23-2007, 08:48 PM
my favorite dc moment is when he had his first 2 game winstreak and he cut his hair.

Malloy
03-23-2007, 09:39 PM
David is great guy and the day he handed my beautiful daughter a game ball was my greatest David Carr moment. The reason was because that was the day that my daughter truely fell in love with football and now I get to share that with her for the rest of my life!!

Thank you David Carr!!

http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b243/texanfan2002114/TexansHelmetPics009.jpg

Winner!

beats my crappy moment by a longshot :)

AlbinoRat
03-23-2007, 10:18 PM
When he got a haircut. That mullet was getting to me. He doesnt do it like jeff fisher.

Koolaid Time
03-23-2007, 10:26 PM
My favorite Carr moment....

Beating the Raiders this year with negative passing yardage...

2BCF
03-23-2007, 11:53 PM
it just happened today. :dance2:

YellerLotYeller
03-24-2007, 03:53 AM
Every time he got up from a hard hit. Tough guy no matter what.

Gonzo
03-24-2007, 01:40 PM
The very first pass Carr ever through as a Texan. If I remember, it was an incomplete pass, but it was ruled pass interference. The fact that he bombed it out on the franchise's first play really made a statement.

TEXANS84
03-24-2007, 01:57 PM
http://images.chron.com/photos/2002/10/20/5602122/600xPopupGallery.jpg

Malloy
03-24-2007, 02:06 PM
http://images.chron.com/photos/2002/10/20/5602122/600xPopupGallery.jpg

heeehaaw! :)

Kaiser Toro
03-24-2007, 02:08 PM
David is great guy and the day he handed my beautiful daughter a game ball was my greatest David Carr moment. The reason was because that was the day that my daughter truely fell in love with football and now I get to share that with her for the rest of my life!!

Thank you David Carr!!

http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b243/texanfan2002114/TexansHelmetPics009.jpg

That is awesome. Thanks for sharing.

QB75
03-24-2007, 02:16 PM
1) Dive over the top walk-off TD against Jacksonville. 2) The win over the Suber Bowl bound Colts. 3) The contract extension in March 2006.

:redtowel:

Honoring Earl 34
03-24-2007, 02:28 PM
heeehaaw! :)

You ain't right ... at all .

The NFL version of Broke ^^^^^^^^^ no I can't do it .

Bamaborn-Texasbred
03-24-2007, 03:08 PM
http://images.chron.com/photos/2002/10/20/5602122/600xPopupGallery.jpg

"I can't quit you, David."

Malloy
03-24-2007, 03:21 PM
You ain't right ... at all .

The NFL version of Broke ^^^^^^^^^ no I can't do it .

Just open up a bit, be the cowboy. You know, the rowdy sort ;)

The Dream
03-24-2007, 03:25 PM
March 23rd 2007...aka A.C....aka the "After Carr" era.....I'm sure this has already been posted.

Honoring Earl 34
03-24-2007, 04:07 PM
Quick question, who is that player wearing the #2 jersey, also I have two very memorable events I remember from David Carr. The first is our win against Dallas in our first Texans game and DC's touchdown on a QB sneek against Jacksonville.

Regardless of what Carr-haters may say, he is a community man and is a very gentlemen like person. I know Carr wont be replaced and I wish him the best of luck.



http://espn-att.starwave.com/media/nfl/2002/0908/photo/a_carr_i.jpg




I also wish Domanick 'Davis" Williams the best of luck and I hope he goes on to have a good career with another team THAT CAN ACTUALLY BLOCK FOR HIM!



http://images.nfl.com/photos/img7686738.jpg

David Carr's first win-2002

Hey ... Domanic was cut because he can't play anymore .

There was not a better man than Seth Payne and he was cut .... so cry for him to .

kastofsna
03-24-2007, 05:07 PM
amazing how negative some of the fans here are towards carr. some of you need to pay attention to what miami's quarterbacks have played like the past 5 years for some true perspective on what carr did. he really was never THAT bad. just never lived up to the #1 potential.

that pass to miller in the first game was awesome. tons of energy.

TwinSisters
03-24-2007, 05:37 PM
amazing how negative some of the fans here are towards carr. some of you need to pay attention to what miami's quarterbacks have played like the past 5 years for some true perspective on what carr did. he really was never THAT bad. just never lived up to the #1 potential.

that pass to miller in the first game was awesome. tons of energy.

You know what? You are right... the Dolphins suck.

http://www.nfl.com/gamecenter/recap/NFL_20030907_HOU@MIA

Carr to Bradford 78 yards; best pass thrown in Miami since 1996. No sacks and 5 Field Goals.

Beat by Carr, the Texans' line, and a kicker... talk about a losing day.

or actually talk about spending a day with the flounders and rock fish. Down in the mud, down at the bottom... bottom of the sea.

kastofsna
03-24-2007, 05:44 PM
You know what? You are right... the Dolphins suck.

http://www.nfl.com/gamecenter/recap/NFL_20030907_HOU@MIA

Carr to Bradford 78 yards; best pass thrown in Miami since 1996. No sacks and 5 Field Goals.

Beat by Carr, the Texans' line, and a kicker... talk about a losing day.

or actually talk about a spending day with the flounders and rock fish. Down in the mud, down at the bottom... bottom of the sea.
yeah '03 was an ugly year. not as bad as '02, where we had a 1800 yard back and the #2 defense but managed to miss the playoffs, but ugly nonetheless.

TwinSisters
03-24-2007, 06:31 PM
yeah '03 was an ugly year. not as bad as '02, where we had a 1800 yard back and the #2 defense but managed to miss the playoffs, but ugly nonetheless.

shoulda started Sage :)

OldEagle1
03-24-2007, 06:44 PM
For ALL the times he was the toughest man in NFL. Tough as nails. And for being a 100% class act, even when surrounded by punks like Dunta. GOD BLESS, David Carr, and thanks. You deserved SO much better than what you got here. Best wishes for a great career wherever you go!

The Dream
03-24-2007, 07:10 PM
he really was never THAT bad

yes he was, lol....yeah he was nice guy but I think now that he's gone that some of you are going a little overboard with your respect that you're all of sudden showing him....the guy was and is still a bad QB.....I don't hate him personally but thank God his ass is out of Houston.

big puma
03-24-2007, 07:16 PM
against the giants after that leap touchdown and doin the ballin towards the entire giants faithful. he showed them..

Texan Asylum
03-24-2007, 07:21 PM
After the Dallas game the expression on his face the way he responded to the fans, after that I thought we had something (may have been the Carr's highpoint for me).

Breakin' the ankles of the Saints DB...too funny.

The run against the Falcons.

Almost nay time he tucked it and ran. His seeming refuseal to slide sometimes made me happy. Whatever you say about Carr, he ain't a pansy.
Had to rep this one...classy post Hoth.

blockhead83
03-24-2007, 08:45 PM
Great thread. I liked:
- When he played with the injured shoulder against the Falcons and continued to give up his body for the team.

- When he dove across the goal line against the Jags in the 4th quarter for the win.

- His performance against the Vikings in '03 or '04, can't remember.

- My favorite moment was his first NFL game against the Cowboys. He looked like a star, and I hope he can find a new team that will allow him to find that kind of success.

DocBar
03-24-2007, 09:20 PM
19-10 over Dallas(the whole damn game) and the pass to set up the FG to beat Indy. EVERY single poster on this MB has to admit both of those occasions were special to us all. I mean, beating the Cowboys in our 1st game ever?? FINALLY beating Indy at anything but draft position????

Tulip
03-24-2007, 09:50 PM
My favorite DC moment was the win-it-or-lose-it end zone dive against the Jaguars.

Goldeagle
03-25-2007, 01:22 PM
So critizism is never ok? The topic of the thread were 'your favorite moment of DC', I expressed just that, my best moment. You may not like it, whatever, at least I kept my arguments on a professional level instead of attacking the 'person Carr'. If the topic had been about the 'person Carr' I would likely have omitted posting.

Again, this is a message board, expect to meet other points of views. And responding by turning into the morality-police with arguments such as 'classless' is just that, a lack of class.


He is right, no matter how pathetic and stupid he is.

GuerillaBlack
03-25-2007, 02:50 PM
Had to be that game with Atlanta. Tony Banks got injured, and Atlanta's QB at the time (forgot the name) was injured. So, Michael Vick and David Carr had to come in and play injured in the 4th quarter. It was a close game, too.

Big78
03-25-2007, 03:17 PM
I'd defintly have to say when he was on the bench with that soldier injury and Tony Banks led us to victory!!!!

great first post. its always fun to kick people when when they are down. makes us feel like men, right?

kastofsna
03-26-2007, 08:43 AM
shoulda started Sage :)
apparently.

TheRealX9
03-26-2007, 01:23 PM
I will always be a Carr fan, if he starts for any team we play against im going to have to root for that team, thank God he left this ****ty team,

TheRealX9
03-26-2007, 01:33 PM
Every time he got up from a hard hit. Tough guy no matter what.

word

BattleRedRaider
03-26-2007, 01:36 PM
I will always be a Carr fan, if he starts for any team we play against im going to have to root for that team, thank God he left this ****ty team,

Well, now that David left this team, you can go cheer for whatever other team picks David up. Go to that team's messageboard and tell them how much you hate this team.




Team.

TheRealX9
03-26-2007, 01:37 PM
Well, now that David left this team, you can go cheer for whatever other team picks David up. Go to that team's messageboard and tell them how much you hate this team.




Team.

why, i'll always be loyal no matter how many dumbass decesions these people make.

BattleRedRaider
03-26-2007, 01:38 PM
why, i'll always be loyal no matter how many dumbass decesions these people make.

I'm loyal too, but there's no way in hell I'd ever call the Texans a ****ty team.

Texanfan4ever
03-26-2007, 04:49 PM
All of these are my favorite DC moments as well... I'll admit no matter how much I think we needed a new QB, seeing David go makes me a little sad. He is the only QB we have ever come to known, and he has been the face of the franchise we have all come to love. He was a tough guy and Unfortunately, things just never clicked for the Texans and him. In the end, it was in the best interests of both sides to go in a seperate direction. Happy Trail's David, and I hope things work out well for both sides.


I agree. It was time, and he is probably glad for a new start and a new city. It does make me sad to think of the Texan's without him. I will miss him and what he stood for. I wanted it to work out for him so badly here.

But onward and upward and if Schaub can do it, I'm all over it.

trutexan02
03-27-2007, 12:29 AM
Five years of class conduct. And even though many may believe he could have justly thrown his line or coaching staff under the bus. Not once can I recall did he ever do it! He took responsibility for poor play in a league where you can hang your coaching staff in a New York minute.

That's my fav Carr moment... One that never happened.

Thanks for everything David.

When we all look backin the future, We'll see this is a good for everyone involved.

Good luck to you, David, where ever you land!

As most of our cast offs do, it will probably be in Dallas. If he hasn't been picked up already.