Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by harley7, Oct 16, 2005.
But thats just one light in a big dark cave.
By the pathetic standard he is measured by these days... sure.
No..seriously. He's looking good. He is manuevering in the backfield well and he is unloading the freaking Football before getting sacked. YEAH David!!!!!!
TOUCH DOWN YEAH!!! Nice job Carr!! Pretty sweet!
Maybe he'll get 200 yards tonight. Twice in 13 games would be a major accomplishment for him.
I don't know about the game but his interviews are cute . David seems to be a nice guy ... but is'nt he the Eddy Haskell of the NFL .
You guy's make me laugh.
David is doing much better getting rid of the ball.
It's not all on his shoulders.
Carr and DD......Yeah...ha ha ha Hasselbeck SACKED YEAH!!!!!
Carr is looking great. Using his mobility really well ...... playing a smarter game and not holding onto the ball. Our D is looking really crappy against Seattles running game though. I am really happy about Carr though. He really looks good tonight despite the poor Texans D performance. Isn't that Capers specialty.....Defense...kinda scary.
I second that. And he's still got that gun. DC's looking good tonight !
It almost looks like Carr is developing pocket presents, as well as getting some time to throw. Plus, it seems Joe Thiesman is starting to like him.
it's the damn two-minute offense...how many sacks have come at the end of the half or the end of a game? All three have come in that situation tonight.
ok u dont think he only looked good i think he looked great and one of the annoucers said why are they keeping Carr in there there risking him getting hurt with thta horrile line.After watching Carr tonight i think he still will become a great QB in the NFL.But thats just my opinion
Ok do you guys still doubt Carr after the way he played tonight.I sure as hell dont.He played good with a horrible offensive line.I really cant wait untill next year when he gets an offensive line.I am calling Carr MVP next year
Carr IS NOT the problem with this team. His erratic play and "let's just play well" attitude is a direct result of being on this team and being "molded" by a clueless organization. I say organization because Casserly is just as much/more to blame than Capers.
Carr had nothing to do with us losing this game tonight even though he threw some sloppy passes i was even bragging at the last of the game that he only had 1 sack i should of kept my mouth shut lol.....i reckon our lame o-line just said ah well since we lost lets just see how many times we can let carr get sacked :brickwall
To me those are the most frustrating sacks because at that point in the game Carr shouldn't even be touched. The defense isn't even trying to sack him.
I got to see the Texans for the first time this year and Carr showed me a Loins Heart. He provided what leadedship this team is getting. The coaches looked shell shocked with no visible signs of being in charge of anything.
I remember when the Oilers were losing the coaches and the team were still fighting to the end. Thats why we all loved the Oilers they never laid down. That's a coach's character that provides that kind of heart and I didn't see it on our sideline.
i think any other team in the nfl would of took carr out of the game. it was a for sure loss whyyyyyy did they keep him in the whole game
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