Ok here is something I noticed while watching the Detriot Loins play against the Miami Dolphins. When the game began, the Detriot fans boo'ed Joey Harrington, the Lions old QB, who know is the starting QB for the Dolphins. Harrington has often been compaired to Carr in their styles of play, their struggling teams and their lack of results in regards to their high draft picks. But here is where they differ. The Texans decided to forge ahead with Carr while Detriot ran Harrington out of town. It was a messy divorce from his old franchise. The Lions, after running Harrington out of town, got a new staff, new coaches and a new QB, Jon Kitna. And yet, they still continue to struggle. Fans where bags on their heads at the game. And now, their old QB, who was boo'd out of Detriot comes onto their field and whips his old team. He showed all the skills and talent that he made him a high draft pick but was unable to exploit it because his own team had bigger problems than just him. The reason I say this is the Texans are in a very similar situation. The Lions looked embarrassing booing their old QB and then having him dominate their team at home. I just feel that if we too run Carr out of town, the same fate awaits us. Can you imagine being stuck with someone like Jon Kitna as your QB? If you havent noticed, the Peyton Mannings and Brett Favres are a very rare commodity in the NFL. The reasons why the Lions suck was not because of Joey Harrington. It was a plethra of other problems that led to such a bad string of seasons. So in conclusion, lets not be those Lions fans that got embarrased in front of the nation on Thanksgiving. We have a lot of areas to fix on this team but we are starting to show changes in the right direction, both on offense and defence. Like Joey Harrington in Detriot, maybe Carr isn't the reason why the Texans have continued to struggle. Maybe we just haven't put all the pieces together. You draft a QB for the future once eveything else is in place, i.e. the San Diego Chargers. I dont think putting an unstable rookie QB into an already unstable environment will be conducive for positive changes in the win column. With that said, what areas do you believe the Texans need to fix in order to become a playoff worthy team?