Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by HJam72, Sep 18, 2006.
Well, what should he do?
It is time for him to start using his "Spidey Sense" and his "Batman Utility Belt".
He needs to work on moving in the pocket, feeling pressure, throwing on the move, putting touch on the ball, reading coverages, making reads, accuracy, and not only not telegraphing but using his eyes and pump fakes to divert defensive backs. He also needs to work on leadership and taking personal responsibility for the team's offensive production as the field general.
He has good arm strength, and he can put the ball down and run. He has good completion percentages and touchdown to interception ratios.
Obviously he needs to invent a device that will open a wormhole in front of him with the exit in the opponents end zone.
Knew I was forgetting something.
Holding on to the ball after the snap and not going off only after the game is out of hand would be nice.
I chose all of them. The choices were so funny, and laughed so hard I had tears.
No. 2 seems best. Maybe David Boston can come back home and become Carr's personal trainer.
But no nipple rings, please.
The middle three. It seems that no matter what he does, its wrong. According to the fans.
I choose none of the Above the answer should be Call Trent Dilfer the greatest QB to come out of fresno state an ask for some Lessons to be at least half the QB trent is
David Carr should realize that those 3+ men coming at him aren't looking for hugs.
David carr should apply for a concealed gun license and carry a gun along with the football when he's dropping back.
Just chunk it. May the best man win. Example: Eli Manning
<sarcasm>I didn't see the option of asking Reggie Bush how to play quarterback. The 'savior' of the nfl should have something up his sleeve. </sarcasm>
he should answer the phone calls from the handfuls of teams that would take him over their starting qb, and go to a team that can keep him upright for more than 1 second.. before hes in a wheelchair at 30
Name one team that would be willing to take him.
David is doing as well, as should be expected. But anyone who thinks he is playing perfect games, or that he couldn't have done anything better to improve our chances of winning are just as delusional as the people who think he cost us the game.
The main thing I believe he needs to do, is to recognize when he has man coverage on one or both of our WR....... in those situations, he needs to throw the ball and let the reciever earn his money. Sure, he needs to take into account ball placement, and things like that.
He also needs to slow down........ I know it's not going to be easy, but there are times that he is given all day to decide and throw, and lately he's been rushing the throw.
Honestly the way he has played so far - minus the sacks - hasn't been all that bad. I wish this is how he would have started from the get go. Hopefully he's gets on the ball w/ the quickness, b/c it looks like everyone is ready to throw him under the bus if they haven't already.
Carr just needs to be more aggressive and drive that home to the O-line.
oakland, ny jets, detroit, kc, tb...oh i'm sorry, was i only suppose to name one team?
The Bucs have a long history of taking in washed up QBs and doing nothing for them.
P.S. - David is not going to be one of them
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