I'm one of those that still believes Carr can be a very good quarterback for the Texans. He may never be the kind of QB that can put a team on his back & will them to victory, but I'm okay with that. Because, I realize that it's okay for another player to be the one capable of carrying the team on his back (remember Earl?). I believe that Carr has more than proven he's unable to make quick reads & decisions on the fly. However, if given adequate time, I believe that he can pick a team apart. He's got a very strong arm, is very accurate, & can run very well, when need be. He's definitely proven that he's a tough kid & can take a beating, while getting back up & into the game. There are those that claim he can't read defenses, however, I disagree. He just needs more time than other QB's to go through his check offs. We've all seen a player do nothing on one team & then become an All-Pro on another team. While that may be due to a change of scenery, I believe it has to do more with the new team being set up to better utilize that player's skills. Let's take Vince Young & Reggie Bush for example. VY is not a traditional drop back passer. He has to be able to free lance & make one on one plays. If he were inserted into a team that required him to sit back there & just pass the ball, I don't believe he'd be nearly as effective. Reggie Bush is not a traditional between the tackles running back. He's much more effective in open spaces. If he were forced to conform to the role of a traditional running back, I believe he'd be totally ineffective. In my opinion, Carr is better suited to be a traditional drop back passer. He just needs the time to do his job. And, that's why I haven't given up on him yet. For the first time in this franchise's short history, the Texans addressed the offensive line by drafting 2 tackles that I believe are our future left & right tackles for the next several years. Unfortunately, Spencer got injured & we've had to make due with less talented players. I'm praying that Spencer fully recovers & that the Texans are able to add some upgrades to the interior linemen (center & RG). I believe that if Carr were given the same amount of time to throw the ball that Peyton Manning gets, he'd be very effective. So, the reason I haven't given up on Carr yet, is because I truely want to see what he can do behind a solid offensive line. If he still struggles after that, I'd be more than willing to personally escort him out of the city.