Walter is getting dissed. He has his own thread. Which means one thing: Carr is going to him, the ball is coming to him, and that has some people worried. Walter made two very CLUTCH grabs on long yardage situations to keep the chains moving, one of those late in the game. And if I am not mistaken, a Dolphins receiver (late in the game) dropped an easy pass that probably would have went for a TD. He just dropped it. It was amazing. Peyton distributes the ball so much, that the team's receivers say that it's hard to get a look sometimes because of how many different receivers Peyton can logistically "go to" each play...they say that when a ball DOES come their way, it makes them want to do something special with it so that Peyton might choose them more often in the future. In short, it's a "Pick ME! Pick ME!!!" mentality. And that is a very good problem to have. It keeps guys sharp, keeps them fighting, and makes them do more with less. Peyton is the master, and the receivers are dogs looking for a bone or a scrap of meat to fall off the dinner table. It's so brutally beautiful. Walter, IMO, is getting bagged on because he's not highlighting it. Wait until he pulls down a TD reception like Owen Daniels did, and then he'll be getting so much love around here. Seems like there's a contigency of message board fans here who try to find the "guy who isn't producing highlight reel material" and start doubting why "the guy" is even in the NFL at all. Pretty dadgum hard to get a ball thrown your way, as the No. 3 receiver on the field, when the No. 1 and No. 2 guys are AJ and Moulds. And by the way, notice how often Carr went to Moulds at the start of the season. It seemed like an eternity before Carr even THREW the ball toward AJ. And even when AJ caught it, Carr was zipping it back to Moulds. The old Texans fan in me said "HEY! Get the ball to AJ! Now! You gotta' get it to him, bro!" And then he did. Slowly, teams began to key on Moulds and now AJ is building steady momentum recently...and Moulds is making a few grabs here and there. And then there's a TD pass to Breuner. And to Daniels. Two different TEs catching TD passes in Houston...someone call the FBI, please, because I think someone stole our team and replaced it with a more current version of an NFL team. And then you have Walter making two clutch catches on long yardage situations to move the chains. The best thing about what we're seeing is that we are creating team chemistry and not the old "Get it to AJ or we don't have a prayer" mentality that plagued Capers' team and his gameplanning. I predict that as the season wears on, and as more teams attempt to stop AJ and Moulds, we will see more plays by Walter. He'll become the beneficiary of being overlooked. And THEN...well, that's when the real fun begins because teams will also start to focus on Walter, which leaves a few TEs on our roster open to also start getting those looks. I think we don't even really understand how well Kubiak's system is going to produce. You're going to see a different "stud" each game, sort of like the 90s Cowboys when Aikman could go to Harper or Irvin or Moose or Emmitt or Johnston or Novacek...they had so many different ways to beat defenses, especially near the goalline. It was like "pick your poison," a lot like it is today with the Colts, and to some degree it's like that with the Bengals. Lots of different ways to beat a defense that has to commit to one or two star-quality offensive players...and yet there's two or three more out there who can get it done in clutch situations, as well. The thing I like the most about what I am seeing in Carr is that from game-to-game he is spreading the ball around. Over time, when upcoming opponents study film, they get the sense that our QB can go to any of those guys...at any time he chooses, if he truly wants to...and that sort of thing begins to wear on a defense because it's like, "Where do we start? Who do we commit to, and then how do we compensate for the guys leftover that we cannot cover?" And that's the thing that I think is the best attribute about Denver's style: WRs who can play ball, TEs who can play ball, RBs who can play ball, and a QB who can distribute the ball to the right people at the right time. If we get a running game going, then you best look out. Unless the train comes off the tracks, and if Kubiak can keep these guys tuned into his system and believeing in it, we have no clue whatsoever as to how good we can become. Kris Brown will need Tums again.