FOXSports Pete Prisco It's easy to pile on Carr, particularly because he was the first overall pick in 2002. That makes him a target. But whatever problems the Texans are having offensively are not his fault. The line has been terrible in his time there and he has taken far too many hits. Carr is on pace to get sacked 112 times, which would shatter the league record he already holds. The guy's lucky to be standing every Sunday night after all the hits he takes. Plus, the running game isn't much -- Domanick Davis is overrated -- and aside from Andre Johnson, the pass catchers don't offer much help. Johnson is constantly doubled, which makes it tough to get open. So Carr has a limited running game, one premier pass catcher who gets doubled and a line that really struggles in pass protection. Would Peyton Manning or Tom Brady succeed in those conditions? Not a chance. Neither will Carr, but he is not the problem. Clark Judge He should be part of the solution. The problem is, we may never find out. Not this year, at least. The offensive line is dreadful, and Carr is a sitting duck for blitzing defenses. The testament is in the 20 sacks he absorbed in three games. The poor guy barely has a chance to step back and throw, and if you don't believe me, check out those numbers of Andre Johnson. You find 10 catches, none for more than 16 yards and none for a touchdown. Carr has a cannon for an arm, but what good is a cannon if you can't fire it? Houston is finding out. Carr looked decent for much of last weekend's loss, but four sacks in the fourth quarter finished him -- including one that caused a game-clinching fumble. It was caused when the Bengals' Justin Smith blew past Houston tackle Todd Wade. The Texans must solve their offensive line problems, or we won't find out what David Carr can do.