Just thinking about something: Even with all the moves we're making, and regardless of the "potential" for our team, we still must overcome the "Carr Factor" that sadly has plagued this team. The o line didn't block well (bad coaching? bad players? both?) and even when they did, Carr seemingly couldn't settle down to make the reads and go through his progressions correctly (shell-shocked? not as good as we thought? both?). (1) O Line is getting upgraded with the addition of a very reliable center to help push back the surge up the middle that Carr was getting. (2) The o line coaching is supposedly going to be better under the new regime. (3) Solid TE who knows the new coach's system gives Carr a very reliable and dangerous target who can split the seams and make the big plays that the great TEs in this league are making. (4) Possible addition of a solid # 2 Wr (Moulds) and perhaps the addition of a slot receiver (Pathon) coupled with AJ and Mathis could give the Texans a very uniquely gifted set of WRs. (5) Either we get Bush who can play everything and might even challenge Kris Brown for kicking duties, or we trade the pick so we can make the addition of a very solid left tackle ('Brick) to guard David's blindside. Either way, we're getting a very talented player on offense who will start immediately. All that's left is to see if Carr can succeed. It's practically all on his shoulders to make it work now. And I just sense that we have a full season of NFL football starting in September before ANYBODY gives us a second look. That means few stories on the sports programs, regardless of if we get Bush or not. Face it: The NFL talking heads on FOX and CBS and ESPN will focus MORE on Carr and they will be scrutinizing his every single move this season. There will be pressur eon this guy from all angles because he has no room to point a finger or pass blame onto the coaches or players. The "Carr Factor" is what this season is all about. Not the coaches. Not the new players. It's all riding on Carr, and he'll be in the biggest pressure cooker of his life. If you thought we hammered him hard this past season, it will pale in comparison to what will be said on these boards and around the country if the guy can't break our team out of the starting gates fast. The biggest game of his life, and our team's life, is the opening game of this coming season. I know he's a competitor, and competitors live for this type of stuff, but can you imagine what Carr will be thinking when he trots out onto the field for the first play of the year? He's gotta' be thinking that he's either about to become the QB he thinks he is, or he's going to be booed out of Texas if the game gets away from them. We'll all have knots in our stomachs that opening offensive drive. Should make for good TV, eh?