Today's game was a dificult game to watch as a fan of David Carr. I am a Texans fan first and watching him throw into quadruple coverage and loose fumbles hit me hard. Carr being benched hit me like a ton of bricks, but it was nothing compared to the heartbreak of the bills game or fischers . 4. The worst feeling I felt was when i heard my team was leaving our state and us fans who supported them choke after choke. the oilers left us in the dark with no team to root for. Until.... 2002 a light shone in Houston Texas the light was football returning to Texas. David Carr carries that light that came back to us as he is the face of the franchise. Time after time he goes down and he gets back up ready to lead the Texans to victory. Today he did not get back up, and it was his fault. There are those out there who want to bury him and leave him for dead as most cowboy fans have done for Bledsoe. You have looked for any chance to bash him for the Texans lack of sucess. Some of that criticism is warranted and he must prove it wrong. We as Texans fans must be there to pull him up and cheer him on. He will have the remainder of his time in Houston knowing the fans supported him. Oh Carr haters ask Tampa or Atlanta if they would like to have had their hall of fame quarterbacks that they let go back. Be careful what you wish for. You all Know what uniform he will be wearing THE INSTANT he leaves. Here is a hint it has a star on its helmet. I wear battle red cause i bleed battle red. I wear # 8 cause I believe in # 8. Texans fans in this dark time let us know why you wear battle red.