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Old 08-20-2004   #3
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Ummm, Troy Aikman will be a first ballot hall of famer himself and I for one would be ecstatic if Carr ended up in his league. Carr would be the first to tell you he hasn't proven himself yet.

By the way, a progression like Aikman's would spell very good things--Aikman's first four years:

1989 Gms 11 Comp 155 Att 293 Comp % 52.9 yds 1749 ypa 6.0 TD's 9 INT's 18
1990 Gms 15 Comp 226 Att 399 Comp % 56.6 yds 2579 ypa 6.5 TD's 11 INT's 18
1991 Gms 12 Comp 237 Att 363 Comp % 65.3 yds 2754 ypa 7.6 TD's 11 INT's 10
1992 Gms 16 Comp 302 Att 473 Comp% 63.8 yds 3445 ypa 7.3 TD's 23 INT's 14

Some similarity there for Carr's 1st two years:

2002 Gms 16 Comp 233 Att 444 Comp% 52.5 yds 2592 ypa 5.8 TD's 9 Int's 15
2003 Gms 12 Comp 167 Att 295 Comp % 56.6 yds 2013 ypa 6.8 TD's 9 Int's 13

Let's hope Carr can do as Aikman did in his third year (except for being injured for four games)--much better completion %, significantly more yards per attempt and more TD's than INT's.
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