Where will CARR park?

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Where will CARR park?

  1. Miami

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  2. Oakland

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  3. Minnesota

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  4. Cleveland

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  5. Other

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  1. Sco-tai

    Sco-tai Veteran

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    Now that Carr is free, who do you think will pick him up?

    I'm thinking Minnesota.

    Best of luck David...sorry 'bout all them sacks, homey.

    :superman:
     
  2. Mr. White

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    I bet this thread gets parked in the NFL forum. :joker:
     
  3. kastofsna

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    my money is on tampa right now.
     
  4. Bullpen Drew

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    In a junkyard!


    Dallas....
     
  5. JCTexan

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    I would say Minnesota right now.
     
  6. phantom17

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    1st of all- hopefully some team will pick him up! If so, best wishes to him & his fine & blessed family! David has been a model citizen, a Christian, & a fine role model! You never hear about him being arrested for DUI, or carrying a handgun illegally, or extra marital affairs, punching /or shooting someone, going to strip clubs & getting extra stuff, getting an STD ala Ron Mexico:), getting caught doing drugs, or producing alot of kids from different women, or beating up his wife! Too bad he didn't suceed here in H-town!
     
  7. QB75

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    Miami.
     
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    I voted other:

    I bet he goes to the Jaguars and they beat us twice a year for the next three years. Nobody's even got the Jags on their radar,and they are far from solid at QB.
     


  9. Second Honeymoon

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    obviously you didnt hear the Vikings Head Coach/Offensive Co-ordinator's opinion of David Carr....it wasnt exactly a ringing endorsement to say the least...he basically said the same thing some of us 'carr haters' have been saying since Day One

    i dont think he will get a starting gig, but I think he could be brought in for competition in Oakland or perhaps Detroit.
     
  10. Second Honeymoon

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    who cares if he is Ward Cleaver. They guy sucked at QB. For 5 years he sucked...finally the nightmare is over

    he can take his All American act to NFL Europe....
     
  11. HoustonFan

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    Someone mentioned the same thing in another thread. That would suck, considering guys that have left for other teams have come back to beat us. If that were to happen, then you'd have to face VY and Carr twice a year. Ah well, we'll find ways to beat them back.

    Minnesota or one of those Florida teams.
     
  12. freedoggy77

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    not minnesota, they publicly stated they don't want him. probably oakland, hometown boy
     
  13. hollywood_texan

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    Question: How will long will Carr last in the NFL?

    My guess is two years max. Reason being, whatever team gets him now will have little invested. Therefore, he will have very little time to prove himself, maybe 4 to 6 games.

    Just look at Joey Harrington.
     
  14. Texans_Chick

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    My Panther fan friend wants him to be a Panther but believes the price for him will be too high.
     
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    Anyone else remember that 2002 Draft show on ESPN when they said that if you look 5-6 years down the road, neither Harrington or Carr would be busts. Man that is creepy.
     
  16. Texizgreat

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    Raiders.... Then i hope they take CJ in the draft ......Carr to Johnson just like old times....
     
  17. Trenches

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    Carr? Too expensive??

    A guy who got fired and has not job certainly cant be that expensive.

    Its actually pretty sad how the rest of the world has come around and now has thrown dirt on Carr's grave. Earlier this year it was the same old,' he doesnt have the talent around him'. now he is a bust.

    just shows you how the national media rolls.


    I wish the guy the best. He's got a ton of money in his pocket and can enjoy life.
     
  18. Sco-tai

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    Oh man.....that's a crazy thought. Good point.

    With their young, aggressive Defense and having added some pretty decent additions this F/A period...you could be onto something.

    They've added Dominic Rhodes & Justin Griffith in the backfield and have dropped Aaron Brooks & Marques Tuia-so-so-oops-o...so that might be right-on!

    :poker:
     
  19. Texizgreat

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    :) I had a buddy at work that liked the Raiders alot (tattoo and all) so I followed the team as most of us have our second and third teams we like.

    Good fit for DC still no protection but he is used to that.
     
  20. edo783

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    With the Green deal heading a bit south in Miami, might be there.
     

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