Ok, This loss can be laid squarely at the feet of David Carr, well..... with some help from Andre Johnson. Fact of the matter is that Carr needed to be benched. His head was not in the game.. he made a stupid pass attempt that ended up an interception.. his pocket awareness was shoddy, and it ended up causing two fumbles. This is a game in which we should have dominated, and we DID at every position except the most important one, QB. Sage came in and played smart football, and if not for 2 dropped passes by AJ.. one for an int, and one to stop a drive at a crucial time, he may have still pulled out a win for us. Carr deserved the bench, and now ill tell you why he needs to stay there. This is a team that is searching for its identity, it is trying its damnedest to be consistent.. and it had almost reached that point. We were on the verge of becoming an average to good team, with a few weaknesses, and Carr came in and laid an egg at a time when we needed him to be a rock. We cant afford to have that kind of "fluxuation" in performance at QB. We are already walking the tightrope on consistency, and to have everyone come out to play except Carr is unforgivable. I think Sage deserves the starting spot, and it should be his to lose. if he starts making mistakes, then by all means, bring Carr in again, but Carr played too poorly, and Sage played too well for us to put Carr back in. Seeing what Kubiak has done for Carr, I cant help but think about what he might be capable of doing if we gave him a young, promising rookie QB to mold from scratch. I guess my point in this is that I have seen how well Carr has been playing, I love what Kubiak has done for him.. but we are in a rebuilding phase, and we cannot afford to hitch our trailer to a QB that is capable of losing games for us single handedly. Kubiak seems like he is really ahead of the game when it comes to evaluating and training QBs.. I think we should give him free reign in the draft to pick a guy that he has faith he can turn into a consistent and successful QB, and then do everything in our power to make sure we get him. All that aside.. my thoughts on the game: Props to the Titans for not making mistakes. Im sorry Titan fans but thats about the best I can say about your performance. You made big plays when you needed them, and didnt make mistakes when you couldnt afford them.. other than that though, this game was handed to you. I do not feel like we got "beat".. and though I know that football fans look down on people that make this comment, I have to say that "we beat ourselves". The Positives: Lundy is the man. I am so stoked about him. Meco is still the best defensive player drafted this year. Williams continues to grow and look better. AJ, despite his mistakes, still proved that he is one of the best WRs in the league. Owen Daniels .. wow... i mean.. is this our best draft class ever? Meco, Williams, Daniels, and Lundy.. thats unreal. So, in closing.. I cant say im that disappointed. I still feel like we are in a rebuilding mode.. and im actually happy when these weaknesses come to light, because I know we have a staff that is capable of both seeing them, and fixing them. We are only gonna become a stronger team after a loss like this.