The Houston Texans are in need of a quarterback, and Derek Carr is in need of a place to continue his NFL career.
According to Cody Benjamin from CBS Sports, the two sides wouldn't make a good fit as the Las Vegas Raiders signal caller looks for a new team in 2023.
Even if Carr liked the idea of picking up where his brother, David, left off after completing his 76-game career with Houston from 2002-06, general manager Nick Caserio might not be onboard with the notion. Consider that Carr is leaving a Raiders organization that has two of Caserio's New England Patriots and college connections in coach Josh McDaniels and general manager Dave Ziegler. Carr may be leaving the same problems he encountered in Las Vegas waiting for him when he gets to Houston.
Teams that are title-chasing already have a franchise quarterback in place, whether their evaluation is accurate or not. Carr would have to accept that his presence on an NFL roster is a continuation of what he had with the Raiders. After all, the league is built around the quarterback.
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Story originally appeared on Texans Wire