Joey Bosa vs. Carrdashian propagandists

Joey Bosa, he's pretty good. He is a pro bowl DE who father plays for the Dolphins Killer B's. I'd say he knows football through and through. Well he gave his assessment of our QB last night after a game in which he threw for less than 200 yards, and it should feel like a gut punch because it is. Before the game, Steve Young and Booger McFarland would not stop asking why Carr didn't have a new contract why Adam Schefter reminded them that he has two years remaining on his contract and Susan Kolbert reminded them that the Raiders want to see him extend plays. Well, my question for Young and McFarland after his performance last night is does Joey Bosa's description of Carr sound like a description of an elite QB?

"We knew once we hit him a few times, he really gets shook," Bosa said after the game, via Daniel Popper. "And you saw on [Christian Covington’s] sack, he was pretty much curling into a ball before we even got back there. Great dude, great player … but we know once you get pressure on him, he kind of shuts down."

You read that correctly, fetal position. I'd say don't kill the messenger, but I know the estrogen is strong with some of you and you can't help but protect Carr Baby from all the noise, even though he said he tuned out the noise this season.....and last season. The fact of matter is Carr is what he is, a B+ QB at best who either has the eye of the tiger or doesn't at seemingly random intervals. Once again, similar to the Atlanta game, he didn't look like he wanted be there for whatever reason. His expression looked pained and he wasn't communicating with his teammates like he had been doing all season to this point.