(Poster's note: Let me start off by saying that I don't believe Harrington is the better QB. I'd take Carr on just about every day except when he's off. This is more of a question as to why Harrington is perceived as the one who's not "lived up to his 3rd overall selection" while Carr is apparently on his way to the Hall of Fame.) I know it's a dead horse but another article has come up on NFL.com and I just don't get it. From the article... Carr set career highs last year - 61.2%, 3,351 yards, 16 TDs, 83.5 rating Harrington set career highs last year - 56%, 3,047 yards, 19 TDs, 77.5 rating Carr (and his numbers) have improved each year (rating only) - 62.8, 69.5, 83.5 Harrington (and his numbers) have improved each year (rating only) - 59.9, 63.9, 77.5 Carr leads the Texans to a "franchise best" 7-9 record. Harrington leads the Lions to a 6-10 record. Carr's record as a starter - 14-29. Harrington's record as a starter - 14-30. Just based on these numbers (I'll post more when they're called for), how is it that Harrington needs to validate his 3rd overall selection while Carr is seemingly getting a free ride from the media? Anybody?