I have seen some posters today (after the win against the Browns) use the obvious run audible by Carr as a way to slam Carr as if he doesn't know how to audible to anything else. And while I have been one of Carr's biggest critics this season, I will not stoop to the level of letting posters try and hang this audible snafu on Carr. So for all the posters who do not know the true story behind this goofy run audible business, here ya' go: In an interview, Carr says the coaches only let him audible a run play from the "designed side" it was meant to be ran to the other side of the line if he thinks the defense is keying on one side over the other. In short: The coaches do not let Carr audible to plays that Carr thinks might work against a certain defensive scheme that David might find vulnerable. I know. I know. This team's coaches are so brilliant that many of you think they would never telegraph this sort of audibling situation, but it's true: Our coaches and playcallers tie Carr's hands behind his back and ask Carr and his teammates to play Houdini all day (to escape certain death by one's own merits, in other words). Why it's like this, I will never know. It's so opposite from what most NFL Qb's are not only CAPABLE of doing, but are also ALLOWED to do.