Carr is still a class act

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  1. http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/sports/fb/texansfront/4700751.html

     
  2. texasguy346

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    No question that Carr was and still is a class act. I wish him the best with Carolina.
     
  3. But not against us.
     
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    True. Wouldn't want him throwing that clipboard at AJ's feet on a deep post in an attempt to trip him up.
     
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    I've had mixed feelings about the release of Carr and in some way this brings some amount of closure for me. He's good people for sure.
     
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    If Carr takes the field against us I suggest we put AJ in there at corner for a play or two, with any luck he might get the ball :)
     
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    Funny!! But it really may not be that bad of an idea!
     
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    In the long run I feel it was best all the way around for Carr to move on. I have always and will always wish him well, except, of course when he plays against us.
     
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    That's exactly what I was thinking.
     
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    and so it goes AJ will drop the ball!
    just for old time sake! :woot2
     
  11. cuppacoffee

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    I fail to get the point of this comment.:confused:

    Are you insinuating that Carr didn't get the ball to AJ enough last year?


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    The other way around, Carr might get 'stuck in the old days' and throw it to #80 :)

    I guess we would do better by having our RB's line up at CB and run the pressure-dump route that Carr loves so much :)
     
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    Sometimes I need things explained to me... :shades:

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