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Old 09-22-2005   #21
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I think part of the problem this year was foolishly announcing to the world that the offense was going to 3 step drops and short, timing patterns. That allows the defense to stack the LOS and cause all kinds of havok. Carr does need to work on his reads, but it's gotta be tough when you have as little time as he does and a bunched up field to try and decipher
The Texans really havent used the 3 step drop. Carr threw too many INTs during training camp and preseason when they used it (see the Bucs game).
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Ok lets look at this. Were arguing back and forth and it will be a continous thing until we realize the fact that it's carrs fault along with the O-Lines fault. Its not any one persons fault. Of course the O-Line makes mistakes, but so does Carr. The only way to really correct the problem is to give carr a better O-Line and rebuild his confidence and let him learn what to do when he has a consistant pocket.
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i think carr has done amazing. put anybody else in his shoes and see if they would be better.
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Carr scrambles when he doesnt have to. There were about 3 times against Pittsburg where if he stood in the pocket, he would have been fine. But instead of stepping up, he bailed out of the pocket and ran right into the defenders.

Carr cant read a defense to save his life.
He doesnt have a pocket very much so he doesnt react right when he has one. Inability to read a D comes on not only his shoulders but the coaching staff as well. They have to teach that and he doesnt have that. Like it would matter cause Capers would **** bricks if he took control of the offense.
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I'm not happy with Carr's performance lately either but it's not his fault he takes off. There were numerous times he took off running because his pocket was crumbling around him and his WR hadn't finished their routes. I think it goes back on coaching. Why aren't they running hot routes? The need to quit putting band aids on the problems and fix the damn thing.

Now why we runs out of bounds behind the line of scrimmage instead of throwing the ball away is beside me. :brickwall
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you can't blame the offense's struggles on just carr...here is how you do this:

casserly: for not either drafting to build the team like he said he would or by not going out in FA and getting the o-line needed to make this work...he took too much of a risk in hoping bosseli would be able to return to football...and for not going out in this year's FA and acquiring a veteran reciever to help andre

capers: for not following through with the game plan...if you're gonna spend all preseason on 3 step drops and only try it 4 times in two games then you just wasted an entire preseason...for not giving this team an indenity on offense...you're either a running team or a passing team...not a passing team that wants to run or vis versa

recievers: if you can't get open you can't make plays...and if you do get open and carr throws you the ball catch...there is no reason not to catch the ball when the closest defender is 10 yds away bradford or gaffney who didn't even look for the freakin ball

runningbacks: if your not gonna run the ball affective enough for us to give you the rock 30 times a game learn to freakin pass block

carr: i know you think you have no time in the pocket but try to realize that you are the franchise of this team and the only way you're going to stay that is by being in the pocket and making the throws...stop with the yelling and the screaming and the throwing the helmets...be a man...if you do get sacked or hit take it...don't scream...don't yell...keep your cool because everyone watching can see it and it doesn't reflect well on your behalf...scream and yell in the locker room at half time when no one can hear about

o-line: ok they only a few of the 13 sacks are due to ya'll...i call bs on that...keep your heads in the game...stop worrying about the next time the carr over heats and show us that ya'll aren't a bunch of washed up losers...remember you are the guys who are supposed to protect the franchise...take some pride in that and play hard
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All of you should know. These young QB's that are winning are in systems that use their talents. This offense is not designed to take full advantage of DC's abilities. The OL has not worked yet. AJ gets doubled constantlyt and defenses cheat to the run on the front seven. That defensive gameplan covers the "entire" offense until the other WR's start to become a threat on the other side of the field.

If DC were playing for KC right now, then he would be awesome. I know this sounds bad, but I hope that DC either gets the right gameplan and protection here or he lands on a team someday where he can show all of you naysayers how wrong you are.
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