David Carr throws more touchdowns and fewer interceptions than Peyton Manning and people are saying he is a bust! Yes, I know that stat is misleading but that is not the point. HE did what QBs are supposed to do, manage the game, move the chains, so on. It is not his fault that Dom Capers or Palmer, I dont know which one, decided that it was better to try and repetadly pound the ball at the best front 7 in the NFL. Oh, by the way, do we ever run to the right? Ever? Honsestly, we find a reciver that might acctually take some pressure of AJ by exploiting the middle of the field and single coverage, and we bench him in favor of a quy whose' inly good quality is he can run fast. woot. Meanwhile, the number of times that Carr, as some of the people pointed out had a pocket to sit in and there was no reciver open is astonishing! Everytime they showed a replay of what was going on downfield, AJ was at least douple covered and most everyine else could not beat single coverage. It's cleat the only way we can overcome out deficiencies (o-line) is to spread the defense out. Instead, after having some degree of succes with 3 and 4 WR sets, Dom decieds to go with a 3 TE set and with power-runner Domanick Davis! We ran one draw the whole day and it went for a big gain, do we try it again? NOpe, halfback dive! Also, almost everytime we went to playaction, we had someone open, however, we baerly even used this. Meanwhile, Polamalu blitzed ofeten and the other safety was ussaly on AJ, this means the other guys all have single coverage. We threw one deep-ball the whole game! The only thing that I thought Carr did horribly was the delay of game, but there are a number of ways to expalin those. The stepping out of bounds a yard back of the LOS is really not that significant, I mean, we lost 3 yds on that the whole day, who cares if it counts as a sack? It was blanatranly obvious that the line is the reason for most of our struggles, I am hopping that this will improve as we face defences that aren't as good as Pitt and Buffalo, but when Carr had time, he delivered the ball.