bottom second tier
so a notch or two below rattay, brooks and brady.
matmat ... do you even know what we're talking about?
Houston has the 7th ranked passing offense in the NFL---who do you think has been throwing the ball?
Even looking at pure fantasy stats, Carr is low first tier or at the very top of the second tier QBs.
He doesn't throw many picks and will eventually get the impressive TDs to go along with the yardage. Quite simply, he's one of the best emerging QBs in the NFL, and somewhere between the second half of this season and the beginning of next season, we should really see him shine.
One problem fantasy wise is that we rarely seen Carr in junk time where QBs get a lot of their great numbers. The Texans use their running game to keep contests close. Look for big numbers out of Carr in the upcoming (week after next and the following week) games against Indy, Green Bay, and Tennessee. This week he's not a very exciting start against Denver, but he'll be a stud the following weeks.
Let's see how you rank Carr again in four weeks