If David's footwork was better, he'd be a DARN good QB. However, IT IS NOT!! The bad thing? At this age and stage of his career, it's not going to be able to be taught. David is a GREAT guy but as an NFL QB (And that's all that we need to discuss) his footwork is terrible. Now, since footwork is as important to an NFL QB as the SAT is to a HS graduate, it can't be just dismissed. I don't care how smart someone is - if they can't do well on the SAT, they don't get into the college of their choice. I don't care how great David's other skills are, if you can't step right you can't throw right. He constantly gets tackled by his center, he constantly throws off his back foot, he constantly throws sidearm (Which means his step-into foot in out of position), and he constantly gets sacked because his feet CAN'T FEEL where to go. Most people will say this and that about David. Here are some facts though - his arm strength is fine his accuracy under 30 yards is fine his touch, for the most part, is fine but his footwork is so bad that his own coach can't put him in a shotgun. I watched the Cleveland game a few weeks ago in slow motion. WOW! He's throwing from his tippy-toes at times because he CAN NOT step sideways. Watch any game you can and DC CAN NOT drift to the side. Another term we all us for this is 'pocket presence.' It's metaphysical, it sensory, it's quantum physics all rolled up into one thing - but it's the ONE THING you must have to be successful. You must SENSE what's happening. David can't SENSE what's happening around him. Why? Who knows? Actually, who cares? David's a great guy but in year 6 he CAN NOT 'feel' the pocket - period! His footwork is terrible. With that said, he simply needs to be moved from being the starter. This has nothing to do with Brady Quinn and how his being good looking makes him a Carr clone - geez. They're totally different QB's... ...but in KUBES' system, a QB MUST have the footwork to sell all aspects of the offense. He's got to sense it and then sell it. Once the QB does this, everything else falls into place. Does anyone alive think Jeff Garcia can throw an accurate ball past 19-20 yards? No - he can't. But in that WC system, his feet work pretty well and he can sell the play. Deception - deception - deception. Starting at QB for the Houston Texans - - #13 - - David Blaine! "OMG!! Blaine just LEVITATED and threw that pass. This kids got it all!" "Blaine FUMBLES - WAIT!!!! The ball just disappeared! WAIT - there it is!!" maybe?