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Old 11-22-2005   #21
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Watching the Chiefs game, it is obvious that Carr simply does not trust his O-Line. His release is much quicker, but it comes at a huge expense to his accuracy and results in too many forced balls.

He should be able to drop back, have enough time to check off to his number 2 or 3, and step into his pass. Both Mannings, Brees, Palmer and the other top passers all have good o-lines that allow them to reach their potential.

I watched Brees dismantle the Bills who blitzed no fewer than 2 linebackers/safeties with their four man rush (3+ an OL). When the ball was snapped, Brees typically faced 5 to 7 rushers (generally there was 8 in the box) and he had lots of time to find the best option. Not once did I see Brees face down in the grass the whole game.

The Texans and their inept drafting/signings have ruined Carrs first few years in the league. Unless, the Texans realize games are won and lost in the trenches - the same fate awaits the QB.
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Watching the Chiefs game, it is obvious that Carr simply does not trust his O-Line. His release is much quicker, but it comes at a huge expense to his accuracy and results in too many forced balls.

He should be able to drop back, have enough time to check off to his number 2 or 3, and step into his pass. Both Mannings, Brees, Palmer and the other top passers all have good o-lines that allow them to reach their potential.

I watched Brees dismantle the Bills who blitzed no fewer than 2 linebackers/safeties with their four man rush (3+ an OL). When the ball was snapped, Brees typically faced 5 to 7 rushers (generally there was 8 in the box) and he had lots of time to find the best option. Not once did I see Brees face down in the grass the whole game.

The Texans and their inept drafting/signings have ruined Carrs first few years in the league. Unless, the Texans realize games are won and lost in the trenches - the same fate awaits the QB.
We're back to baby-steps here. First make sure the QB stands up by keeping 8 man back to protect, next let's make sure he does not fumble the ball by throwing it away. Perhaps next season we're ready for the next step, look down-field ?
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You are implying that Bob actually knows something about football. Just because one is a billionaire, and a nice guy, doesn't mean you are qualified to own a football team. It just means you can. Bob hired all these guys we now want replaced, remember?
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You are implying that Bob actually knows something about football. Just because one is a billionaire, and a nice guy, doesn't mean you are qualified to own a football team. It just means you can. Bob hired all these guys we now want replaced, remember?
He also brought a team back to H-town, remember?
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