Reports out of Detroit, have Rod Marinelli calling Joey Harrington "A great young talent." Martz is saying they are assuming he is the guy that was drafted with the great arm and accuracy. So for a guy with very similar career stats to David Carr, does it come as a huge surprise he's getting touted by his new coaching staff? Is Carr that much better? The numbers don't bear it out. Maybe Kubiak, et al. aren't that convinced about Carr, given Marinelli's thoughts about a proven loser and draft disappointment. As an outsider, I laugh at the thought at Harrington being "great"... however, there aren't many outsiders that laughed at the praise heaped upon David Carr. With respect to Detroit, it seems to be nothing but politics... and it wasn't quite the encomium received by Carr. The question lingers, is it politics in Houston too?