I have ESPN Insider, and Jeremy Green wrote the article on the Texans Camp Preview. I think Jeremy doesn't know what he is talking about or just doesn't know how to convey his thoughts. First, Jeremy basically says Williams has more to prove than Carr? Is this just ridiculous? Essentially, his point is Williams has to prove he was worth passing on Bush and Young. Maybe Carr needs to prove something since we passed on Julius Peppers in 2002? What is this guy talking about? He needs to get a clue. Carr has more to prove than anyone in the entire organization, expect for McNair himself. He goes on in his review of the Texans and says that Carr will have a breakout year, but finishes his analysis by saying "expect him to become a middle-of-the-road NFL starter with the upside to get even better in 2007." Wow, that is a breakout year, Carr will just be average. Another stunner in his review of the Texans is that Dunta Robinson will be the comeback player of the year. He states Robinson had a sophomore slump from his rookie year. Well, there was no pash rush last year and they couldn't stop the run, what does this guy expect from a corner back? It's not like a corner back can put a defense on his back and carry them to victory. If you don't have ESPN Insider, don't worry about. There are many people on this board that do a lot better analysis than this lame writer. I am going to stick with you guys than this cruddy ESPN garbage. Need to get a refund on my ESPN subscription.