Lets face it, despite the common notion, Carr has worked extremely hard and except for some terrible moments this past season, has managed to put up some respectable numbers. Heres my reasoning: 1st two seasons, we were an expansion team lead by a rookie--tough situation. 3rd season, Carr posted a significantly improved completion percentage, gained 3538 yards, and tossed 16tds (83.5 passer rating). We had just swithced to zone blocking, and towards the end of the season, defenses were triple teaming AJ and that limited some of Carrs numbers. Davis was also hurt for about half the season 4th season, Carr did regress. But look at the situation he was in. The O-Line shuffled around almost the entire season, key blockers were hurt, DD was hurt, and AJ was hurt for a lot of the season. Despite this, he still completed over 60% of his passes and threw for more TDs than INTs. True, we were throwing mostly slant routes and quick hooks, but the fact is, he was surrounded by almost no one this season, and performed admirably well. The thing is, VY could probably make our team a lot better. But with a new coach, I have no reason to believe that Carr will be any worse than a rookie VY. Therefore I think it is only fair to give Carr a chance to develop under some real coaching, and if we takes steps backwards, then maybe its time to start lookie elsewhere.