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I cant help but be afraid that this is one of those media friendly FA moves that doesnt actually work out so well (see: the Panthers offseason last year
Maake is a solid tackle and is doing everything right, Shaun Williams was injured and Hartwig got injured... I don't know how anyone can be disappointed in who we signed last year... Williams maybe but everyone else was great.
I said in the other thread that the Panthers would probably be his best situation. Good for him. If the Panthers were smart, they wouldn't play him for a single snap next season unless it is absolutely necessary. Let him ease in and learn the system, don't force anything. Delhomme has been adequate the past few years and even caught lightning in a bottle when he brought them to the Super Bowl. I think he is, at best, an average NFL QB, which is better than most QB's that have played in the league can say, but David Carr still has the chance to be a great NFL QB. Granted, it may be too late, so we'll see...
But smart move on his part.
Smart move... if he can't get it together in Carolina... where will he? Maybe the cooler uniform will do the trick.
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Risky move for him, but if he can win the job from Delhomme, it's probably going to be the best fit for him. We're going to find out just what Carr is made of. This is either going to the revival or the end of David Carr.
Nice move I have always been a Carr fan I hope he pans out. That being said this helps out the Chiefs in trying to unload Green Miami kept saying we can just go get Carr well they can't now and the Browns have been taking with Green about working out a deal let the bidding war start.
I don't think Carr is any good at all. A lot of the sacks WERE his fault, and for all the talk of him playing well this year, anyone in the NFL could complete whatever he did if they didn't throw over 5 yards EVER. But then again, we did see what Fox did with Delhomme, so you never know.
omg, carr is like, so good and it was all the texans fault, there's just like, no way (no WAY) it was that carr just wasn't a very good nfl quarterback and won't succeed anywhere in the nfl.
i don't get the love surrounding this guy. he could spend the next 5 years throwing 30 ints and 2 touchdowns with an offensive line of hall of famers and people would still make weak excuses for his poor play.
The same thing could be said of your Vick fangirls.