Friday, February 10, 2006

Told you so

David Carr is staying in Houston. Vince will not be a Texan.

Told you so.

In order to maximize Vince's output, you have to work the offense around his natural playing style. Greg Davis finally learned that this year, as every aspect of our offense was Vince-centric. The Texans weren't willing to make that kind of a commitment. David Carr is an excellent quarterback - if he would've had any semblance of an offensive line to work with, last season would've ended up much differently. With a few key lineup changes and a disciplined offseason, they'll alleviate that. They made a good decision in sticking with Carr, and they willl make another when they pick up Bush.

The question that really matters though, is what happens to Vince? I'm still saying he'll be able to ride it out to Tennessee. McNair has been not only his mentor, but also a father figure for him since high school. How freaking storybook would that be, for them to end up together, giving Vince the chance to bloom to the tune of McNair's swan song? Besides, the Saints are going to be in desperate need of Matt Leinart. The Aaron Brooks era is over, and Leinart has the franchise re-building potential written all over him that only a solid, white, pocket pass can offer.

Vince to the Titans. I've been claiming it since Vince announced his draft eligibility; let this be my written affidavit.

2 Comments:

At 11:49 AM, February 12, 2006, Blogger coloradohurricane said...

I still say from what I saw in the Rose Bowl, I'd take Young over anyone else.

 
At 5:59 PM, February 12, 2006, Blogger angel, jr. said...

I agree with Coloradohurricane.

 

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