Want to Feel Better About Carr? Just Watch Aaron Brooks.

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  1. jerek

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    Seriously, I'm to the point where I'm grasping for any silver lining I can right now.

    Thatisall.
     
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    Brooks is outperforming Carr by a mile today.
     
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    haha I am with you.
     
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    Brooks is having more sucess...so much for laughing at Brooks.
     
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    Are you effing kidding me? He's looked awful.

    And I said "grasping." Work with me here.
     
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    Better career passer rating for Brooks... but I'm not trying to pile on DC. I feel bad for the guy... it's not working. He's played hard and suffered, maybe he can be that guy with a change of scenery... it's just tough to embrace this team with him in there.
     
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    delete this post mods. Thanks,
     
  8. the wonger need food

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    Brooks looks like a Pro Bowl QB compared to Carr.
     


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    brooks has looked awfull i agree but carr has looked pathetic at least brooks can put a drive together its not brooks fault the kicker has missed three field goals:yes:
     
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    If you seriously think that Dinkin' Davie (who can't even get his head out his arse long enough to dink a few balls today) is outplaying Brooks today, I don't know really know what to tell ya.
     
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    I probably should have prefaced that scathing analysis. Carr has looked bad. You're right -- Brooks has actually engineered a drive or two. I really want to see replay of the coverages to what Carr is or isn't seeing. He's looked really bad. :crying:
     
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    delete this one too. Thanks,
     
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    I'm worried about Kubiak. He's about to pop a jugular or two from screaming at Carr every time he comes off the field./
     
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    I really think Aaron Brooks is better than Carr. At least Brooks mistakes didnt directly lead to a TD like Carr's fumble. Has it really got this bad where are no longer debating Carr to VY but to Aaron freaking Brooks.

    As for VY vs. Carr, VY looks more polished as a rookie than David Carr as a fifth year starter. Don't give me that better talent nonsense either. The Tenn O-line was awful (if you remember Steve McNair was getting murdered last year), they were going to trade away Travis Henry for bag of peanuts in the off-season, and the titan's number one receiver (used to be Drew Bennett, but perhaps now is B. Jones) couldn't hold a candle to Andre.

    At some point we just need to cut bait and sell the Carr.

    p.s. - i love mario, but carr is killing us.
     
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    And it's not like he can put Sage on. Maybe he should put out his new boy.

    It is officially a sad, sad day for an offense when Ron Dayne is the high point.
     
  16. Yankee_In_TX

    Yankee_In_TX Dance Lindsay!

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    !!!!!!!!!

    The first half was a stiff competition, for which offense is worse!
     
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    IF they hold on, this one will go right next to the win over the Steelers in '02 in terms of fugly w's.
     
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    -5 passing yards is actually pretty emberassing...
     
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    Would I rather get kicked in the nuts repeatedly, or have my toenail ripped off? I wouldn't want either.

    See how that mirrors the Brooks/Carr discussion?
     
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    The only bright spot offensively was Ron Dayne. How many times have you heard that in the NFL?
     

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