....... Even David's staunchest supporters must admit that David needs to be fixed. A big reason Gary Kubiak is in Houston, is the success he's had with "fixing" QBs. This thread, is for guys who want to talk football. If the extent of your opinion is David Carr sucks..... or that David can be great.... try to refrain from posting here. Instead, what I would like, is for everyone to list the three aspects of David's game they feel he needs to work on......... or if you're a homer, list the three things that puts him in the class of the elites.... I'm a hater, so I'll list the three things he needs to get better at....... the most. I think Kubiak has done a great job keeping David's eyes downfield(albeit on one reciever) & identifying the problem with his feet(not the happy feet thing)..... but there is more to do. 1) Reading the defense. --When he comes to the LOS, he should be able to see what the defense is doing, and note any obvious mismatches. Or at the very least, he should understand that certain players lined up in pass protection against the sideline is an advantage, and motioning the TE(the player being covered by the DE converted to LB) to the right tackle is a bad move when the play is a run designed to go off the right tackle. --Owen, AJ, Moulds lined up in the slot against smaller DBs is an advantage for us. --AJ or Moulds covered by a LB in the slot is an advantage for us.... these should be the #1 read, regardless what the play called for. 2) Ball placement..... we've finally got a real threat at the #2 WR spot, and a threat at recieving tightend that should keep Safeties Honest. We are getting AJ & Moulds on one on one coverage often, and not putting the ball where it needs to be. 3) short termed memory........ when things go bad for David, he tends to get in a funk. After a sack, 9 times out of 10, the next play is going to be a run play, so David can gather himself. After an INT..... he is reluctant to go to that reciever again, much less down field again.