This snippet isn't very encouraging.
But last spring, when the Texans were adding to the offensive playbook and implementing timing-oriented wrinkles in the passing game, quarterbacks were off-limits to the defense.
No one was allowed to rush Carr. Neither was anyone wearing full pads allowed to make contact.
Carr basically went untouched and unhurried as he tried to pick up the new twists in the offense.
Even then he did not thrive like he should have. He threw too many interceptions and made too many wrong reads. He missed on a few throws that he should have made.
Without a left tackle's break-downs to blame, it was clear that it's not always about breakdowns along the line.