Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Fry, Oct 29, 2006.
Yeah he did, but 1 or 2 defensive linemen arrived at the same time as he did...
The Texans moved well the ball since their first drive of the game. It was really a combination of turnovers, penalties and drop passes that stall the majority of their drives.
I'll give some credit to the Titans D for putting pressure and sacking Carr, but he looked clueless in most of those sacks and held the ball too long. Then comes the back up QB and does what every other back up QB has done to the Titans D - put up Montana like numbers. I don't even remember that guy getting sacked or being pressured at all.
Overall, I think it was a poor performance by the D. Oh, and I didn't know that the Texans had a pro bowler TE.
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