With all of the talk about Vince Young's throwing motion, I would like to remind people that NFL analysts were saying that David Carr also had an awkward throwing motion (see link -- look under "Negatives") http://sports.espn.go.com/nfldraft/tracker/player?id=4184 David Carr Negatives: Semi-sidearm, unusual, three-quarter throwing motion. Has a very low release point, about shoulder level. Will get balls batted down, which could be huge problem, since so many teams use so many three- and five-step drops. Is basically a line-drive passer and might be better off if he put more air under some of his throws. Is not quite as mobile as you would like and is not a super athlete and improviser. Average scambler and is no Donovan McNabb as a runner. Can be inconsistent throwing the ball. Will force some and make some bad reads. Was brought along beautifully by the Fresno State staff and has not faced a lot of adversity, so you cannot be sure how well he can handle it. Did bounce back from the Ohio State disaster in 2000. In Fresno State's two regular-season losses in '01, he was in a position to lead John Elway-type comebacks but did not do it. By the way, I also have a tape of our first draft, when the Texans picked David Carr. During the pre-draft analysis, they were constantly talking about David Carr's throwing motion... Go figure?