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Norg
05-08-2010, 11:36 PM
Well im bored has most texans fans are prob the same way they have this strange urge to follow our first QB ever career LOL

http://static.nfl.com/static/content/public/image/getty/2010/09000d5d817e2b3a_gallery_600.jpg

http://static.nfl.com/static/content/public/image/getty/2010/09000d5d817e2c64_gallery_600.jpg

TexanSam
05-08-2010, 11:51 PM
Are you looking to get banned??

Goatcheese
05-09-2010, 01:49 AM
Impostor!

No mittens = not HWSNBN

Esoom
05-09-2010, 02:20 AM
That's the 49er's problem now.

Hagar
05-09-2010, 02:45 AM
I was one of the biggest DC naysayer on this board, but I also have to admit, the Texans did nothing to help this David out. With no o-line to speak of and no running game, this kid took a beating. By the time he left here, David was shell shocked. Some time on the bench behind Eli Manning may have been just what David needed to become a quality QB. Good luck.

Corrosion
05-09-2010, 03:30 AM
Well im bored has most texans fans are prob the same way they have this strange urge to follow our first QB ever career LOL



I will never be that bored .... You almost triggered my neg rep reflex posting HWWNBM around here.

Every time someone speaks of HWWNBM I remember that damn comercial ....

Hell , I think they shoulda used the image of HHWNBM lining up behind the guard or better yet the OL with no QB.

TexanSam
05-09-2010, 03:48 AM
Hell , I think they shoulda used the image of HHWNBM lining up behind the guard or better yet the OL with no QB.

I remember that commercial. I can't find it online, but it was pretty funny.

Remember the HEB one? "David doesn't like sacks"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J-VrkU37obI

kastofsna
05-09-2010, 02:48 PM
dude is levitating a ball in the first pic, that's a special skill

also they need to sign JaMarcus Russell immediately and have three #1 overall busts in camp

kiwitexansfan
05-09-2010, 03:16 PM
I think he chose number 5 as that is the number of times per game on average that he curls into the fetal position and takes a sack....

Ahhhh, fond memories.

ubecool454
05-10-2010, 04:21 AM
I'm surprised he hasn't gone into modeling yet.

kastofsna
05-10-2010, 08:08 AM
I'm surprised he hasn't gone into modeling yet.

being a third stringer on an NFL team and never seeing the field pays a lot more

AnthonyE
05-10-2010, 05:06 PM
Remember this guy

Nope, never heard of him.

Texecutioner
05-10-2010, 05:21 PM
I was one of the biggest DC naysayer on this board, but I also have to admit, the Texans did nothing to help this David out.

I hate when I hear people say this, because it's one of the biggest myths out there regarding David "Hair" Carr.

The Texans did plenty to help him out. They just did a very lousy job of it. People completely forget that in the expansion draft we grabbed the best LT in the entire league in Tony Boselli, but he never suited up ever. That was their fault for not researching his injury enough, but they did go after a LT to protect David. They also signed guys like Todd Wade to big contracts thinking he would be a good player for a long time. Our scouts were terrible obviously, but the Texans management did do a few things to try to protect David.


With no o-line to speak of and no running game, this kid took a beating. By the time he left here, David was shell shocked. Some time on the bench behind Eli Manning may have been just what David needed to become a quality QB. Good luck.

He did have a good running game when DD was here, so that's not true at all. He had one of the best WR's to ever play the game as well in Andre Johnson. It's been noted several times and even by David Carr himself that he didn't put in the proper work in the film room to make himself successful. He never spent the long hours like young QB's are supposed to in order to read defenses easier.

Sure we did a lousy job of helping Carr, but Carr did just as lousy of a job helping himself in the process.

b0ng
05-11-2010, 02:55 AM
He did have a good running game when DD was here, so that's not true at all. He had one of the best WR's to ever play the game as well in Andre Johnson. It's been noted several times and even by David Carr himself that he didn't put in the proper work in the film room to make himself successful. He never spent the long hours like young QB's are supposed to in order to read defenses easier.

Sure we did a lousy job of helping Carr, but Carr did just as lousy of a job helping himself in the process.

Yep. I don't think that David was put in that bad of a spot and if he was half a QB we could've done better than 7-9.

Good luck David Carr although I've heard that you have looked like **** so far in SF.

Hagar
05-11-2010, 10:46 PM
Sure we did a lousy job of helping Carr, but Carr did just as lousy of a job helping himself in the process. I don't disagree with any of your points. I just look at it differently. Essentially, Capers and Casserly tried and failed. I choose to not look at the trying and focus on the end result ~ the failing. The bottom line is that they did not help him and that's why, in the end, they were fired.

As Master Yoda says "Do or do not, There is no try." [Yoda Smilie]

JB
05-12-2010, 07:19 AM
I don't disagree with any of your points. I just look at it differently. Essentially, Capers and Casserly tried and failed. I choose to not look at the trying and focus on the end result ~ the failing. The bottom line is that they did not help him and that's why, in the end, they were fired.

As Master Yoda says "Do or do not, There is no try." http://smiley.onegreatguy.net/yoda.gif

Fixed it for ya