Right now, ESPN has an insider article about Carr and the Texans, and it appears it's about a rumor that Carr might be released or traded. If the Texans decided to drop David Carr after what looks to be a 3 win season tops this year, do you think he's still salvagable? He gets sacked a lot but I don't look at him as a Chad Hutchinson. If there is anything Parcells has proven, it's that he WILL protect his QB. The year before Parcells arrived, our oline was terrible and Parcells quickly transformed it, turned Flozell into a Pro Bowler, and more. He has given Vinny and Drew, both known for their big slow bodies, the time they need in the pocket. If Bledsoe keeps performing like he has, maybe sign Carr to a long-term contract, let him sit on the bench and heal his wounds, with the intention of making him the franchise QB once Bledsoe's age starts to show. Sort of like what Parcells did for Testaverde and Pennington in New York. Or do you think Carr would only be willing to sign with a team that gave him a chance to immediately compete for the starting job? Carr has the big league arm and he seems to be tough enough for a coach like Parcells. We could maybe save a draft pick by going with Carr if he becomes a free agent. I'd also feel a lot more comfortable with him backing up Bledsoe instead of Henson or Romo. I don't look at him as damaged goods... yet.