3rd straight week Carr mentioned for best pass...

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  1. Trogdor014

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    Carr was once again mentioned for one of the best passes of the week on ESPN Page 2's Snap Judgement column.

    "First runner-up: David Carr's fourth-and-goal bullet to Derick Armstrong, whose leaping catch in the end zone pulled Houston to 28-21. It takes guts to fire the ball into triple coverage; it takes a heck of an arm to complete the pass."

    http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/page2/story?page=snap/week5

    It seems like Carr is getting some recognition for that arm of his. :thumbup
     
  2. georgewashington

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    The next person that needs to get recognized is Andre Johnson with a trip to the pro bowl. he has abilities equal to Moss, Holt, Chad Johnson, and others. He is a play maker, who is unstoppable when the ball is given to him.
     
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    and with the emergence of Armstrong teams are going to have to play him single covered.
     
  4. TexanExile

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    The guys on ESPN Monday Night Countdown went waaaaaay out of their way, thanks to Stuart Scott, to name lots of top WRs in the NFL and did NOT include AJ. From what I remember, the list didn't include anybody with less than 3 full years in the league. It will only be a matter of time until he gets weekly recognition, but let's face it--the kid's on track for the Pro Bowl.

    Carr's second half last Sunday was absolutely amazing and I loved it, but we still don't see a full 4-quarter performance out of him. He starts doing that, and this offense will be almost unstoppable.
     

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