"I don't throw this name around too often, but he kind of seems to have a skill set similar to Aaron (Rodgers), and that's saying something," Williams said via Cleveland.com. "Obviously we don't know if he's going to turn out to be that player, but skill set-wise, he can move, he can do the whole nine, he has a strong arm, a quick release and he can read defenses as a young quarterback. He can make it to that first, that second, that third read.
"He's going to be a good quarterback for a long time in this league."
If Sunday proved anything, it was that Carr can operate in the face of some manic blitzes. He can also operate around difficult press coverage situations and still find a way to get the ball to his playmakers.
As for the Aaron Rodgers comparison, we'll let it slide. Williams played in Green Bay for nine seasons and sometimes frame of reference can be skewed.