"I read it the entire way, and I just kind of misjudged the ball," said Carr, who did not practice Friday because of an illness and was considered questionable. "I was like, 'Hey, have confidence, go out there, and do your job and try to make a play.' It's always about the next play. It doesn't matter if you have a good play or a bad play. So it felt good to go out there and make a play and kind of get that back."