Originally posted by thojess:
I'd take Anderson over Carr every time. Quicker release, better arm, better throwing motion, more successful as a starter. He didn't work out for the Brownies.
Anderson had one good year with that year giving the Browns an easy schedule. After that, it was proven that it was a fluke year. He has a good arm but accuracy is average and decision making is horrible.
Carr is harder to analyze since he was thrown into the fire with an offense that lacked a solid NFL caliber offensive line. He spent most of his time throwing from his back. Leaving the Texans and sitting behind Delhomme and Eli Manning was a great decision as he was able to sit and learn. When he did play, he was confident with his legs and his arm and showed pretty good accuracy on his throws.