Carter cleared waivers and still hasnt been signed by an NFL club. That says VOLUMES about what the rest of the league thought about Carter's skill level. The drug tests might be a factor in that, but if Ray Lewis or Jamal Lewis had been cut there would be a ton of teams clammoring for their services. While this shows how bad Q was viewed by other teams here is another angle on this dead horse we have been beating( I enjoy beating this horse anyway). If teams thought Q was so bad that he is not worthy of being a third string qb they obviously had no respect for him last year as a starter which is why they loaded up the box and forced Carter to try to beat them with the pass toward the end of the year. By the end of the year this brought our offensive production to a halt. We won 10 games anyway, so this year our offense should be better, even if its by subtraction (Quincy). Some thought our poor running game hampered Quincy, but it could have been the other way around.....it is possible our running game was also affected by a poor qb.