David Carr will forever be remembered as the guy that the Houston Texans decided to build a franchise around. In their defense, he seemed like a great pick. Carr had managed to accumulate over 4,800 passing yards and 46 touchdowns during his last season at Fresno State and seemed to be the best QB available during the 2002 NFL Draft. From there, Carr would fall victim to record breaking sack numbers and unfortunate injuries. He snagged a Super Bowl as a backup for the New York Giants. Carr finally announced his retirement in 2013 and proceeded to help his brother Derek make his transition to the NFL in 2014. A year later, David Carr became the offensive coordinator at Bakersfield Christian High School. He was later hired by the NFL Network as an analyst.