I believe that Carr is capable of being a top 10 QB in this league. A couple of years ago he did very well. Sure his interception total was a little high but most young QBs go through that. He did show the ability to lead this team when he was allowed to attack. The previous coaching staff all too often shut the offense down and played conservative making Shaun Hannity look like a leftist communist. When the offense was allowed to attack they moved the ball effectively. They did struggle in the red zone but I think that was due mainly to having young players. I believe that if the previous staff has not ruined Carr then Kubiak will pull the best out of him. Carr doesn't have to be the best of all time. He needs to do things that he can do and lead this team. Some have said that he became irritable and barked at his teammates toward the end of last year. Although no QB should embarrass his teammates publically he should push them if they are not performing. Who can blame Carr anyway. You've heard of the West Coast Offense? Well, the Texans offense was called the Duck and Cover! It is amazing that Carr does not walk with a limp or have a constant twitch. Yes, some of it was his fault for not getting rid of the ball. But the O line did not protect the QB either. I do not blame the O line completely for the lack of protection. The defense knew that we were going to run on 1st and 2nd down then pass on 3rd. No imagination in the offense. Did anyone else notice that the offense moved the ball quite well when the Texans spread it out from time to time? Sorry if this post is rambling (I'm pretty new to this board), but I just feel that we need to give Carr a chance to really show what he can do with an offense that allows players to be aggressive and use their talents.