We'll get to see if it's really Carr's fault or not...

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  1. phan1

    phan1 All Pro

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    OK, at the pace we're going at right now, I definitely do not see Carr being able to last through all 16 games of the season. I really expect to see Banks or Ragone to take snaps some time this season, and then we'll know whether it's Carr or not.

    If Banks can't move this offense either, than well... Time to get some new lineman! How in the world did the Chargers get a decent Oline? Didn't they pretty much fire them all and got a new line?
     
  2. Grid

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    it was their oline coach... who was available and looking for a job this last offseason... and we didnt sign him... he went to the Dolphins i beleive.
     
  3. El Tejano

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    I keep hearing how this is David Carr's fault. I keep hearing that it is the coaching, that it is the line...etc.

    This is what I think. We are 0-4. Nothing to lose really. Why don't we go ahead and sit Carr for a game. Let's see if anyone of the two guys we got back there can motivate our team, can avoid pass rush, and flat out make plays. If they can do these things and pull out a win then it probably is Carr. If they cannot do these things it is the line and coaching. The worse that can happen is that we go 0-5 :crying:

    The other proposal I have is that the Texans organization do a heart drive instead of a blood drive on Battle Red Day at the next home game. :brickwall
     
  4. GP

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    Nice post, El Tejano.

    I couldn't say it any better myself. Which is a first.
     

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