http://www.houstontexans.com/insider/home.php?section=Texans%20Insider I would like you to watch the sack of Carr. I think this gives us a view all of us can look at and you can stop the motion and look at it. I watched the LT(74) allowed his man to beat him by going to his front where the QB is stepping up to throw the ball. In addition the LT immediately moves back to Carr's position literally to begin the block. The guy reaches Carr's position about the same time Carr does. If you look closely you will see another defender has beat his man OG(69) and is bearing down on the QB but is picked up by McKinney the center at the last second. Meanwhile 69 moves down the field to block someone. There is no pressure from the right side of the line. On the previous offensive series by the Brown's you see the QB step up into the pocket to throw the ball. We intercept it, but the point is he has a pocket to step up into and throw the ball. Carr doesn't have that and he hasn't had that all along. The left side of the line has been a big problem for us for a long time. That particular play is classic Texans O-line play. I would love to know what you guys think of this sack. You may have a different take on it, but I think it gives us all a chance to look at a common reference point.