Did Carr call Pendry out or did Pendry call Carr out? Did Reeves ask Pendry to give Carr the reigns for a half and for him to keep the reigns for a half. Why should there be all of this hopla in the news about Carr calling the 1st half and Pendry the 2nd? The number of players coming to the fore and talking about what a great job Carr did has me puzzled. I don't think this kind of information from any other team would necessarly be outed like this publically. As I have stated Carr is not the type of person who would state publically what he thought, but that's not what he might do in pirvate. I wonder if this might be a senario based on what we have seen. Carr went privately to Pendry and complained. In front of the players when game time approached or whenever Pendry decided to embarrass Carr by putting it all on his shoulders figuring that he couldn't handle it. The players and Carr rallyed around each other and proved Pendry wrong. Apparently there was an abudenance of discussion about plays in the huddle which was not normal and information was being provided about what the defense was doing. That's invalueable information to a play caller and makes sense to make if you feel your input will have some impact on what play will be called or if you feel you can help your team. That's why a guy like Manning can be so effective. He has his spies on the field telling him what's happening. A coach really doesn't get that input, or if he does, not as quickly as the on field. Now if Pendry had intended this as a coming out for Carr, in my estimation, if Carr had been successful he would have let it continue. He didn't and that leads me to believe he was unhappy and didn't plan on Carr having any success. Now the cat is out of the bag and what do they do? Again this has a funny smell to it. What is Reeves reading into this? I could see David upsetting the apple cart this way. He just went out and showed them what he can do. Its a polite in your face.