This seems like a mantra, but I would like to examine a couple of points from last week and this week. Last week Carr calls his own plays in the 2nd qtr and we come up with a lot of points. This Week Carr goes to Pendry and says the last time we played the Jags we threw a lot of real short stuff and I can get rid of the ball just as quickly on a fast 5 step drop as the other way and I think they will be looking for the short stuff. I believe that is a relatively accurate paraphrase of what he said. The coaching staff called the plays for the most part this week, but we did get TD's off of the Deep ball suggested by Carr and their were several other missed opportunities. Its really beginning to look like Carr is not the problem at all and has far more capability than many have thought. Rather than thinking Carr has to learn, may be the problem is he is being held back to the point of ridiculousness. Are our coaches so controll freeks that no one could ever win under this administration? Is Carr finally comfortible enough to start saying things? Has be been on so tight a leash that he couldn't say anything? I'm the 1st to admit that I have a real dislike for this coaching staff and certainly believe Carr has a lot of capability. But like others I was really beginning to question my beliefs. I think these last two weeks have been a real eye openor. It really has the look of we have wasted a heck of a talent for 5 years. I'm also sorry to say the goes for AJ, Gaffney, and all of the other receivers on this ball club. I'm certain you can find similar things with respect to the defensive side of the ball. I guess there has been a whole lot wrong for an awful long time. I've been saying that for a long time. If I were McNair I think I would be awfully sick when I think of all of the time, talent, money, and emotion that has been wasted over the last 5 years. Someone said McNair and Casserly looked pretty glum yesterday in the box. I would too given what I think we have in talent. Do we need some more players? Certainly by no means are we perfect, but we are a whole lot better and have a whole lot more talent that the record indicates. It has simply been squandered.