Posts Tagged ‘david-carr’

Still Searching For The Answer at Quarterback

How’s this for a knee-jerk reaction? John Beck isn’t the answer at quarterback for the Washington Redskins. Yes, last Sunday was only one game. Yes, last Sunday, he made his first NFL start in over three NFL season and close to four years overall. Yes, he finished last Sunday’s game without the services of his […]

Biggest All-Time Draft Busts of the AFC South

Houston Texans Although the name, David Carr, screams of the biggest draft bust in franchise history, the Texans’ biggest draft bust of all-time is former Florida State defensive tackle, Travis Johnson. Johnson was drafted 16th overall in 2005. He did not live up to any first round expectations outside the expectation that Dom Capers and […]

Taking a Quick Projection at the Giants 53-Man Roster

I thought I would do a roster projection for the 53 man final roster for the New York Giants upcoming 2009 season. It didn’t sound that hard…until I started to try and do so. It is difficult, the complexity of roster make ups is only part of the problem. Those who have read my posts […]

Giants Cut Three Vets; Re-Sign Carr to Back Up Manning

The Giants made some roster moves on Monday, as the team re-signed David Carr to back up Eli Manning at quarterback, and cut three veterans who finished the 2008 season on IR – defensive backs Sam Madison and Sammy Knight, and running back Reuben Droughns. Carr, the first overall pick by Houston in 2002, its […]

Super Bowl Rematch Goes to the Giants 19-14 Over Pats

The Giants closed out their preseason at 2 and 2 tonight with a 19-14 win over the New England Patriots in what was ridiculously billed as a Super Bowl rematch and wasn’t even as close as the score indicates. After forcing a first possession punt by Patriots, David Carr led the Giants on a sharp […]

Offseason Overview: Were the Giants a One-Year Wonder?

Franchise Player: None. TRANSITION PLAYER: None. UNRESTRICTED FREE AGENTS • DT Russell Davis, a nine-year veteran, was signed as a free agent on Sept. 10. He saw action in 12 games and was on the inactive list the other four during the regular season. • LS Ryan Kuehl, an 11-year veteran, missed the entire season […]

Panthers Likely to Say So Long to Carr, Morgan

The Charlotte Observer is reporting that couple of Carolina Panthers may not be around too much longer as the team looks to get back to their winning ways in 2008.  The paper says that linebacker Dan Morgan and quarterback David Carr could be victims of the teams salary cap and could be released.  The two […]

Week 13 Preview: San Francisco at Carolina

At one point the Carolina Panthers and the 49’ers both had promising seasons, but when they meet Sunday at Bank of America Stadium, the game will be fought mostly for pride. The Niners were 2-0, then dropped eight straight before finally pulling out a crazy overtime win last Sunday in Glendale vs the Cardinals. The […]