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Old 11-06-2005   #1
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Default Lets see the blame Carr fans on this one

Nice catch Bradford, way to keep my belief that we cant win when it matters!


But I am sure it was David Carrs fault
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Carr had plenty of time and opportunities to make some plays today. It should not have come down to the last play of the game. He played poorly again, but by his current standards it was a career day.
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He had a man open (AJ?) for a sure first down, and he could have ran out of bounds to stop the clock.

I am not blaming Carr for going deep. It was a VERY nice pass, and that's Carr's call IMO.

Bradford scored a TD earlier, and he dropped an easy one later. That's been his story from the very beginning. No surprise to me, nor should it be to anyone else.
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Spin it how you want, the play before that Carr looked like the first year QB he resmbles every Sunday. And, AJ was also open on the play, most experienced QB's would have seen that, Carr never gave a look, locked onto the one target, gonna score, get close, or walk away the same 1-7 team they were before this game started. Carr blows, plain and simple, is he the only problem? Nope. Is he the answer though? ABSOLUTELY not........
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Carr had plenty of time and opportunities to make some plays today. It should not have come down to the last play of the game. He played poorly again, but by his current standards it was a career day.
What ever. He played poorly. By whos standard. You must not have been watchong the same game as the rest of us. I dont even like talking to you haters anymore, because yall atre gunna say carr played bad no matter what.
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Carr had plenty of time and opportunities to make some plays today. It should not have come down to the last play of the game. He played poorly again, but by his current standards it was a career day.
Wonger are you new to the game of football? Or did you not watch the game? Carr played pretty good today, not spectacular but good.. You just must not like the guy, because if you want a change at the QB position todays game gave you no fuel for that fire.

The bottom line is our Defense has trouble causing turn overs and pressuring the QB. They had a decent first half but unfortunately there are 4 quarters not 2.
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Nice catch Bradford, way to keep my belief that we cant win when it matters!


But I am sure it was David Carrs fault

yes it was it gave us all the momentum in the game breaking all those tackles for a score it even made david look good and a 7-0 lead but corey cant help it if he gets the ball in double coverage like the last play that Carr totally Blew when the 1st down was wide open.
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Spin it how you want, the play before that Carr looked like the first year QB he resmbles every Sunday. And, AJ was also open on the play, most experienced QB's would have seen that, Carr never gave a look, locked onto the one target, gonna score, get close, or walk away the same 1-7 team they were before this game started. Carr blows, plain and simple, is he the only problem? Nope. Is he the answer though? ABSOLUTELY not........
And if Bradford makes that catch. Which he should of suddenly Carr is a hero.

Bradford sucks. Carr did what was needed to win the game today. Bradford blew it.
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Spin it how you want, the play before that Carr looked like the first year QB he resmbles every Sunday. And, AJ was also open on the play, most experienced QB's would have seen that, Carr never gave a look, locked onto the one target, gonna score, get close, or walk away the same 1-7 team they were before this game started. Carr blows, plain and simple, is he the only problem? Nope. Is he the answer though? ABSOLUTELY not........
How in the **** can you blame carr foe a dropped pass. This has to be the stupidest bunch of posters I have ever seen. As a QB you have progressions, and if you look at your first read and hes open for the first down... he gets the ball. Carr doenst have the time to worry about which open guy to throw it to. He made a good decision and the WR did nmot execute.
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Nice catch Bradford, way to keep my belief that we cant win when it matters!


But I am sure it was David Carrs fault
Had AJ open, and should of not taken that sack.
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Wow I can't believe these folks. Carr lays it right in Bradfords hands for a huge gain in yardage and still it's Carrs fault. He throws for over 200 yards against a tough Jag defense, doesn't throw an INT and the game is his fault.

No one is going to take you seriously if you keep this Carr bashing, you are now just on your own biased agenda without any regard to facts.
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What ever. He played poorly. By whos standard. You must not have been watchong the same game as the rest of us. I dont even like talking to you haters anymore, because yall atre gunna say carr played bad no matter what.
By a typical NFL quarterback's standards. Leftwich was absolutely horrible and still ended up with numbers as good as Carr's while leading his team to a victory.

This guy is not a rookie anymore and everyone needs to stop treating him like one. He made the same stupid mistakes he always makes and led his team to another loss. That's 12 out of his last 16.
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yes it was it gave us all the momentum in the game breaking all those tackles for a score it even made david look good and a 7-0 lead but corey cant help it if he gets the ball in double coverage like the last play that Carr totally Blew when the 1st down was wide open.
Double coverage??? Who cares about double coverage. If all 11 guys are covering Bradford and hes in front of all of them, then he should make the catch. The ball hits your hands, then you bring it in. If Badford had caught the ball then it would have bee. O what a great throw by Carr. He put it right on the money, but we blame him for a drop. WOW.
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By a typical NFL quarterback's standards. Leftwich was absolutely horrible and still ended up with numbers as good as Carr's while leading his team to a victory.

This guy is not a rookie anymore and everyone needs to stop treating him like one. He made the same stupid mistakes he always makes and led his team to another loss. That's 12 out of his last 16.
How many times did Leftwitch get sacked. How many times was he pressured. How many throws did he have to make on the run. Watch the game not the play by play stats. IF Carr had the protection or the running game that Leftwitch had then your assement might have a point.
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Wonger are you new to the game of football? Or did you not watch the game? Carr played pretty good today, not spectacular but good.. You just must not like the guy, because if you want a change at the QB position todays game gave you no fuel for that fire.
Am I new to the game of football... hardly.

Carr made the same stupid mistakes he has since he was a rookie. Runs into sacks, fumbles, misses open receivers. etc. Barely over 200 yards and 1 TD is a below-average performance by NFL standards. By Carr apologist standards it's a career day.
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how is it Carr's fault when Bradford dropped the pass that was laiyed right in his hands. Call me crazy, but he should have caught that ball. Good game Carr. It's a shame there aren't enough playmaker's............. or guys that do their jobs out there to help.
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You blame Carr for putting the ball in the hands of the reciever??? hmmm ok. How about this, we just don't have play makers. If Carr can't rely on a WR to make a catch, then there is no reason for the WR to be on the field. Should Johnson be sat for not finishing his route a couple of plays earilier?

Whatever.
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How do we make these "ludicrous accusations?"

We are 1-7.......this is year 4........good leaders (like Carr is claimed to be by so many) find a way to get the W in situations just like ours........that last drop by Bradford was horrible and not Carr's "fault" as it was a nice pass.......but Carr made many more mistakes (YET AGAIN) throughout the game that easily outweigh the positives he might have shown glimpses of.

And you are gonna defend him by saying he made one good pass at the end of the game.....and to the most inconsistent receiver we've had since day 1?
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Guys, I can't say enough that you guys are the second hardest team to play next to the Colts Good game Texans.
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...good leaders (like Carr is claimed to be by so many) find a way to get the W in situations just like ours....
Really, like Brett Favre for instance?
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