I'm going to preface this by saying I know the O-line has been horrible over the years with a few exceptions and stretches. I know there has been injuries this season. With that said.... I watched Bledsoe in Dallas get pounded. Everyone up there said that no matter who they put in, they would have trouble. They made the switch to someone who could at least avoid the rush and once they did, he made plays and succeeded. Carr is supposed to make similar plays with his "athleticism" but doesn't. The same thing happened when Brady took over for Bledsoe in N.E. Bledsoe is a statue but they could get nothing going and then some with a different feel for the game came in. VY has done it with a line that was looking horrible with Kerry Collins. Arizona has had one of the worst O-lines for years and they are starting to have some success with a QB who isn't as mobile as Carr. Rosenfels, even though it was in alleged "mop-up" role looked comfortable with our line and made plays downfield and around him. Here is the funny part. One day we will have a QB that can slide in the pocket and make plays despite a rush and then people will say, "I wish Carr had that priotection when he was here." Some QBs make plays despite the talent and make others around them better. Some QBs make their line look good. If we have to sit for 2 more years and give a guy the "optimal" situation and baby him, then we have the wrong guy.