It may be strange to talk about or even mention, but based upon David Carr's stats at the present time in the AFC, he is the 6th best quarterback. Many times, players don't play in the pro bowl due to injury, fatigue, or just tired of going to Hawaii. Carr could move into a roster spot. This is not that far of a stretch if Carr plays better the rest of the way out. Does he deserve it? Well, that's another question with a different answer, that each person has to weigh. For the Carr haters, we know the answer, for the Carr supporters, let's be realistic......the answer is still no. But the results still show that David is making tremendous progress in the new offense, as evident of the team being much more competitive through the passing game in recent years. None of us can blame the dismal running attack on Carr, as all he does is hand off and watch our rookie RB make the best of a bad line situation, or are the haters going to say he affects that too? Truly, if you look at Denver's QB play over the past few years, an offense completely different than when John Elway ran it, the stats are similar. So then ask the REAL QUESTION, is it Carr, Jake Plummer, or a busted offensive scheme that does not produce positive play for the QB? Time will tell. If Carr gets better and Cutler lights it up, it not the offense, but if none do well in this scheme, rack it and start over with a new offenseive gameplan!