David Carr... Best Throw of the Week (ESPN Page 2)

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  1. Trogdor014

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    Best Throw of The Week-
    Take your pick of the David Carr litter: His mid-range jumper to Jabar Gaffney (one-step drop, lob to the outside corner of the end zone), or his 20-yard strike to Derick Armstrong on third-and-17 to keep the game-tying drive alive. We're partial to the lob.

    Runners up were Donovan McNabb to Freddie Mitchell and Trent Green to Jason Dunn.

    Site: http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/page2/story?page=snap/week3

    What do yall think? :thumbup
     
  2. El Tejano

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    C'mon man what do you think?
     
  3. Trogdor014

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    You couldn't see my Thumbs up... Well I'll just put it again.

    :thumbup
     
  4. Marcus

    Marcus Ruthless pragmatist

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    I like this one:

    WEEK 3: BOTTOM THREE QUARTERBACKS

    32. Michael Vick
    10/20, 115 yards
    0 TD, 1 INT Yes, his team won. Yes, that last run was so sweet it sent Stuart Scott into a diabetic coma. But the rest of the game he was horrid, and not against a good defense either, with four sacks, two lost fumbles, and an interception. MINUS 9.2

    33. A.J. Feeley
    13/27, 137 yards
    0 TD, 2 INT Jacksonville's offense is bad, Tampa Bay's offense is worse, but as reader Brian Walsh suggests, the Dolphins have the worst offense in Florida -- and that includes the 'Canes, 'Noles and Gators. MINUS 10.6

    34. Ken Dorsey
    19/32, 153 yards
    0 TD, 2 INT You mean it gets worse than A.J. Feeley? Yes. Dorsey turned the ball over four times without a hurricane to blame for it. MINUS 10.8
     
  5. pittbull

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    According to some of our "knowledgable" radio listening fans, Carr's throws were actually inaccurate. Johnson, Gaffney, and Armstrong made him look alot better than the perfect placement for Gaffney's catch and Armstrongs bullet! O.K., the fourth Jhonson pass was thrown up for Johnson to go get, but the first big play to Johnson was a huge veteran pass! This kid is going to be the real deal, and I wish everyone would leave him alone! HATERS!
     
  6. utahmark

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    everyone keeps saying that carr's second bomb to johnson was just thrown up for grabs, like that is a bad thing. i thought that is what you are supposed to do when you have a great receiver. i wish he would throw it "up for grabs" to johnson more often.
     
  7. Ibar_Harry

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    I think it was called the ALLI OOP to RC OWENS. That was a 49er trade mark.
     
  8. Chance_C

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    Exactly. That ball was put in the only place that it could have for a a play to be made. Of course, AJ did his part also. Nice throw and nice catch.
     

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