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Here is the Top 32 for 2006 NFL Draft. In order...

1. Matt Leinart, QB, Southern California

2. D'Brickashaw Ferguson, T, Virginia

3. DeAngelo Williams, RB, Memphis

4. Mathias Kiwanuka, DE, Boston College

5. Rodrique Wright, DT, Texas

6. Jonathan Scott, T, Texas

7. Vince Young, QB, Texas (Jr.)

8. Eric Winston, T, Miami

9. Reggie Bush, RB, Southern California (Jr.)

10. Chad Greenway, OLB, Iowa

11. Jimmy Williams, CB, Virginia Tech

12. Marcus McNeil, T, Auburn

13. Ernie Sims, LB, Florida State (Jr.)

14. Mario Williams, DE, North Carolina State (Jr.)

15. Charlie Whitehurst, QB, Clemson

16. Gabe Watson, DT, Michigan

17. Mercedes Lewis, TE, UCLA

18. Darnell Bing, S, Southern California

19. Omar Jacobs, QB, Bowling Green (Jr.)

20. Leon Washington, RB, Florida State

21. A.J. Hawk, LB, Ohio State

22. Antonio Cromartie, CB, Florida State (Jr.)

23. Ahmad Brooks, LB, Virginia (Jr.)

24. Jason Avant, WR, Michigan

25. Martin Nance, WR, Miami of Ohio

26. Mike Degory, C, Florida

27. Derek Hagan, WR, Arizona State

28. Davin Joseph, G-T, Oklahoma

29. Haloti Ngata, DT, Oregon (Jr.)

30. Abdul Hodge, LB, Iowa

31. Laurence Maroney, RB, Minnesota

32. Michael Huff, FS, Texas

The Texans said they have their eyes on, D'Brickashaw Ferguson for their first round pick.

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Here is the Top 32 for 2006 NFL Draft. In order...

1. Matt Leinart, QB, Southern California

2. D'Brickashaw Ferguson, T, Virginia

3. DeAngelo Williams, RB, Memphis

4. Mathias Kiwanuka, DE, Boston College

5. Rodrique Wright, DT, Texas

6. Jonathan Scott, T, Texas

7. Vince Young, QB, Texas (Jr.)

8. Eric Winston, T, Miami

9. Reggie Bush, RB, Southern California (Jr.)

10. Chad Greenway, OLB, Iowa

11. Jimmy Williams, CB, Virginia Tech

12. Marcus McNeil, T, Auburn

13. Ernie Sims, LB, Florida State (Jr.)

14. Mario Williams, DE, North Carolina State (Jr.)

15. Charlie Whitehurst, QB, Clemson

16. Gabe Watson, DT, Michigan

17. Mercedes Lewis, TE, UCLA

18. Darnell Bing, S, Southern California

19. Omar Jacobs, QB, Bowling Green (Jr.)

20. Leon Washington, RB, Florida State

21. A.J. Hawk, LB, Ohio State

22. Antonio Cromartie, CB, Florida State (Jr.)

23. Ahmad Brooks, LB, Virginia (Jr.)

24. Jason Avant, WR, Michigan

25. Martin Nance, WR, Miami of Ohio

26. Mike Degory, C, Florida

27. Derek Hagan, WR, Arizona State

28. Davin Joseph, G-T, Oklahoma

29. Haloti Ngata, DT, Oregon (Jr.)

30. Abdul Hodge, LB, Iowa

31. Laurence Maroney, RB, Minnesota

32. Michael Huff, FS, Texas

The Texans said they have their eyes on, D'Brickashaw Ferguson for their first round pick.

Last year, the first 5 players picked were either RBs or QBs. No linemen were picked in the top 10, yet you have 5 linemen going in the top 8? And you have the Heisman winner going 9th? I guess I see why they call you SEMI-pro. :lol:

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Uh, no Redscare. That's what the 2006 NFL Draft looks like. Here's the link... http://www.sportsline.com/nfl/story/8418674

I agree the Texans need an O-line and a secondary, but you cannot pass up a guy like Reggie Bush. Hopefully they can trade Dominick Davis for a lineman or two.

I don't get what you're saying. Trade Dominick Davis for a lineman? You kiddin right? Davis is one of the top 10 runningbacks in the league today, and by trading him to get Bush sounds pretty stupid to me.

Why pay alot of money for a high ranked runningback, and when he get's here it's be the same crap, no blocking? I don't care you have an high ranked quarterback and runningback, if you don't have a line those people will get shut down.

So far I'll been right about the Texans this year, and quite sure they will get a linemen in the first round draft. If they don't, they're in for another losing season. This time it's not going to go good for the Texans fans, or for the city.

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Conventional wisdom states that when you have the #1 pick, you pick a franchise QB if you need one, otherwise you take the best player in the draft. For the Texans, that means Bush, end of story. In addition to that, if Bush lives up to the hype, no GM in his right mind will want to look back and say he took a Left Tackle over Bush 5 years from now no matter how good that LT turns out to be. Luckily for the Texans, this year's draft is full of capable Linemen, that will make the decision to draft Bush a little easier knowing the issues they have with the OL right now. If we draft a LT, we plug one hole, if we draft Bush we actually plug a number of holes. Bush will create more problems for a defense than any LT can; you put Bush in the backfield and at least one linebacker has to shadow him no matter what. That alone gives Carr an extra second or two on every pass play. And to those who say you should only have one good back, there will be plenty of opportunities to have both Bush and Davis lined up at the same time. Passing in a two back set with Davis blocking and Bush as an escape valve also frees up Andre Johnson a little, so Davis also becomes the defacto second receiver we've been needing without blowing a high pick on a receiver.

Oh, and no disrespect semipro, but your list is circa April 05, before Bush had his breakout year this year. You won't find a single current draft prediction list that has Bush rated lower than D'Angelo Williams.

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I don't think Vince is leaving this year. I think a) like many other Longhorns under Mack Brown, he really enjoys playing at Texas and would probably enjoy yet another season (just as Roy Williams, Ricky Williams and Chris Simms did); b.) Vince could stand to improve his reads and his form just a bit when passing; he's made great improvement and I think he'll be a very good pure passer even on the pro level but he's still got a couple of glitches in his mechanics; c) He may want to see if he can help Texas repeat as nat'l champs. ;).

As for the Texans,

I'd try to trade down, draft D'Brickashaw Ferguson at OT if he's available at my new draft spot, then in later rounds address either TE/DB in the second round and then go after a pretty decent and athletic LB in the third round. If the Texans are able to pull an extra second or third round pickt his year as a result of trading down in the first round, I'd draft DB if I went TE with the early second round pick or the opposite.

So, for example, if the Texans trade down in the first and end up with an extra second round pick, I'd like to see something like this:

Round 1- D'Brickashaw Ferguson, OT, Virginia

Round 2(a) - David Thomas, TE, Texas

Round 2 (B) - Greg Blue, S, Georgia

Round 3 - LB of some kind.

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We do have 4 decent DL's:

- Travis Johnson will be in his 2nd year

- Gary Walker

- Seth Payne

- Jason Babin was origianly a DE until they converted him to a LB

- Robaire Smith

Yes we need more depth, and yes Johnson and Babin have not been what the coaches thought they would be, but maybe that is because of the coaching or the defensive scheme. Or maybe the GM doesn't know what he is doing (which I believe is a good posibility).

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^^^Decent? The Texans defense is the worst I never seen before. The only three that holds up the defense is Gary Walker, Dunta Robinson and Antwaan Peek. Their rushing defense is horriable, their secondary is just... I don't know what to say about the secondary.

I agree with, Hizzy's first round pick. I preach, and preach. Texans must have Linemens! There's no excuse to pass up a top rank lineman in the draft.

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The Texans have spent 4 years drafting "needs". When all you do is draft needs, you get into too many situations where you take someone higher than he should have gone and leave a better player on the board. I'll concede that they shouldn't go wrong if they do draft Ferguson, but if they don't draft Ferguson there's a good chance he'll slip to #4, which again means he's just the best OL in the draft, not the best player overall. Giving up 2 draft picks in a trade for Buchannon (2nd and 3rd rounders), and giving Tennessee their 2nd, 3rd, and 4th round picks just to move up because they desperately wanted Jason Babin are perfect examples of the Texans trying to plug holes instead of drafting the best players when it's their turn. That's 5 draft picks gone for two "needs" currently sitting on the bench.

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Speaking of the Babin trade, Tennessee used the four draft picks on the following:

Ben Troupe - TE - backup TE, but so far has 33 catches this year for 329 yards

Randy Starks - DT - Starting LDT for the Titans with 27 tackles and 1.5 sacks

Bo Schoebel - DE - #2 on the depth chart, gets into most games

Jacob Bell - OG - #2 on the depth chart, but does get into most games

Of course there's no telling if Houston would have picked any of these guys, but you have to wonder if any of these guys could have helped plug the current holes we have going into next year.

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Got a sneak peek at the 2006 Texans schedule, here is a breakdown:

Week 1) Texans @ Ray Charles school for the Blind in Atlanta

Week 2) Texans @ Girl Scout Troop No.587 in Waco

Week 3) YMCA youth league Panthers @ Texans - (mini helmet night)

Week 4) Brazos Valley Chapter of VFW hall No.86 @ Texans

Week 5) Texans @ Ringling Bros. Clown School in Kissimee, Fl.

Week 6) Paul Revere Middle School @ Texans

Week 7) Texans @ Miss Penelope Minor's School of Ballet in Sugarland

Week 8) Star of Hope Mission @ Texans - (stipulation that if SoH wins,they get to sleep there til next week's game)

Week 9) Cowboys @ Texans

Week 10) Texans @ C Block of DOC in Huntsville -(Texans will have to fend for themselves as addition guards cannot be spared for the game.)

Week 11) Texans @ Earthman Funeral Home -( this is actually a bye week)

Week 12) Kingsville Hospital for the mentally impaired @ Texans

They are apparently still trying to wrangle some teams for the rest of the season, so it should be a good year for us.

^_^

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Yep, keep Bush and shop Davis

Davis is on the edge to gain 1,000 yards again for the third time in his career. I think Reggie Bush is not going to reach the 1,000 yards mark in his first year. This is NFL, not College. NFL is a totally different level.

But, now they have Dan Revees. Dan is going to mention that they don't need a runningback, nor qaurterback.

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Got a sneak peek at the 2006 Texans schedule, here is a breakdown:

Week 1) Texans @ Ray Charles school for the Blind in Atlanta

Week 2) Texans @ Girl Scout Troop No.587 in Waco

Week 3) YMCA youth league Panthers @ Texans - (mini helmet night)

Week 4) Brazos Valley Chapter of VFW hall No.86 @ Texans

Week 5) Texans @ Ringling Bros. Clown School in Kissimee, Fl.

Week 6) Paul Revere Middle School @ Texans

Week 7) Texans @ Miss Penelope Minor's School of Ballet in Sugarland

Week 8) Star of Hope Mission @ Texans - (stipulation that if SoH wins,they get to sleep there til next week's game)

Week 9) Cowboys @ Texans

Week 10) Texans @ C Block of DOC in Huntsville -(Texans will have to fend for themselves as addition guards cannot be spared for the game.)

Week 11) Texans @ Earthman Funeral Home -( this is actually a bye week)

Week 12) Kingsville Hospital for the mentally impaired @ Texans

They are apparently still trying to wrangle some teams for the rest of the season, so it should be a good year for us.

^_^

:D:D:D

Dude, wussup wit week 9?!!!

Week 13) Texans @ St. Petersburg Retirement Home

Week 14) Lakewood Church @ Texans

Week 15) Texans @ Survivor Guatamala

Week 16) Huntsville State Penetentary Cell Bk#187 @ Texans

Week 17) Jerry's Kids @ Texans

Week 18) 2004 Super Bowl Halftime performance roster @ Texans

Predicted record with same coaching staff: 6-11

Seriously, I don't really care who coaches the team next year. All I want is Reggie Bush. Bush is the ONLY reason why this past season could have any good come out of it. Can you imagine if after the god-awful year we had so far, we still end up with the 4th pick in the draft?! :lol:

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semipro, you can say it all you want, but if the Texans have the No. 1 pick, they are taking Bush. You keep forgetting that the NFL is not about winning football games, but about making money. Every fan, except you, expects them to take Bush. If they don't, ticket holders will be furious, translating into cancelled ticket orders and lost revenue. Bob McNair, like Drayton McLane, is all about the marketing. He knows we all expect them to take Bush and build around him and (maybe) Carr, and that is what he will do.

You also forget that the Texans O-line is a decent run blocking group. Where they totally suck is pass blocking. Bush will do well in the NFL. He might as well do well here.

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semipro, you can say it all you want, but if the Texans have the No. 1 pick, they are taking Bush. You keep forgetting that the NFL is not about winning football games, but about making money. Every fan, except you, expects them to take Bush. If they don't, ticket holders will be furious, translating into cancelled ticket orders and lost revenue. Bob McNair, like Drayton McLane, is all about the marketing. He knows we all expect them to take Bush and build around him and (maybe) Carr, and that is what he will do.

You also forget that the Texans O-line is a decent run blocking group. Where they totally suck is pass blocking. Bush will do well in the NFL. He might as well do well here.

RedScare, I think Bush is probably the most talented and essential dude they can draft. You seem to think otherwise. What and who do you have in mind?

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semipro, you can say it all you want, but if the Texans have the No. 1 pick, they are taking Bush. You keep forgetting that the NFL is not about winning football games, but about making money. Every fan, except you, expects them to take Bush. If they don't, ticket holders will be furious, translating into cancelled ticket orders and lost revenue. Bob McNair, like Drayton McLane, is all about the marketing. He knows we all expect them to take Bush and build around him and (maybe) Carr, and that is what he will do.

You also forget that the Texans O-line is a decent run blocking group. Where they totally suck is pass blocking. Bush will do well in the NFL. He might as well do well here.

I'm in the minority in that I don't think it's a fait au compli that the Texans take Bush. I think they'd seriously entertain trade offers and if they come across one that's sweet, they'll trade down.

By the by, this is a pretty deep draft in some areas, including tight end and offensive line. From a marketing standpoint, I could see the Texans drafting Bush (and I wouldn't be too upset, though I think we'd be more going with a pick that'll pay off in three or four years rather than one that would be an essential building block).

You don't win games with skill position. You when it with linemen on both sides of the ball. That said, you push yourself over the top with superior skill position talent.

Take the Colts: Manning, Harrison and James get all the glory, but the Colts have an excellent offensive line and a pair of the best pass rushers (Freeney and Mathis) in the NFL. You take away the OL and the pass rushers and the Colts, even with Manning, Harrison and James, are still a 6-10 type team--just as they were when Jim Mora provided the best press conference ever with his "Playoffs?!" meltdown.

Unless the Texans trade the pick and draft some guy you've never heard of in the first round, I don't think they can screw up their first round pick next year. Where they ALWAYS seem to screw up is in Rounds 2-4. I hope they figure that out this year.

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I agree with you, Hizzy on certain things you've mention.

I've seen highlights on this Bush player, and I must say he's a talented player. But, on the other hand like Hizzy mention. You can have all these great players, and still have a screw-up O-Line. What I'm trying to say is, the Texans needs O-Line real bad. I mean real bad. They're good with the run blocking, but the pass blocking SUCKS! Houston needs more vertern linemen then rookies.

Another big time wide-receiver would be a great addition to the offense. Have Andre on the other end, and have another big time receiver on the other.

Great defense players could read David Carr, and knows he's going to throw it to Andre. That's why I suggest the Texans get a free agent receiver, a vertern, and trade Bradford, cause he doesn't show me a whole lot.

They may do better next year then this year, but really Texans need to make it to the playoffs to please the fans.

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  • 2 weeks later...

http://www.houstonchronicle.com/disp/story...nt/3549287.html

Sounds like the Chronicle, and many fans, have already fired Capers before the Texans have. But I'm wondering if there's any chance that Capers and Casserly (and Carr) have a chance of all of them keeping their jobs after this season.

My reason for saying that is because I remember San Diego a few seasons ago had Marty Schottenheimer as head coach, and ended up with the first pick in the draft (after the season of 2003). They pick Eli Manning, trade him to da Giants, and get Phillip Rivers instead.

Now look at them. They STILL have Schottenheimer as head coach, ended up 10-6 the season AFTER being declared the league worst, and in the 2005 season, they are 9-6 looking to tie their record last season. :blush:

Firing Capers, Casserly, and/or Carr is the easy answer, but maybe the real answer is to keep them, and ADD talent around them. Not only draft Bush, but put money on the roster, look at free agents, and revamp the team around them. Don't even rule out Terrell Owens yet, either. Their team won more with a whiny Owens, than the Texans did with a one-star, talent potential team. And it's not Carr's fault that he got sacked 68 times. :mellow:

I'd IMMEDIATELY fire Capers however, if they beat the 49ers and don't get 1st place in the Draft, simply because it'd be obvious that he's not thinking about next season. I mean c'mon. Will beating the 49ers give you ANY bragging rights, higher morale, or take you to the playoffs? No. What good is there to do something that stupid? :wacko:

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What is really going to irk me is if the Texans figure a way to blow having the first pick in the draft. It would be just like us to win this Sunday and hand the first pick to some other city.

Come on Texans, just lose and let's get Number #1.

Now, i can hear all of you saying, "You can't try to lose, come on!" or "That's no attitude for a franchise. We're proud! We want to win!"

I know, I know. But sometimes, you can win by losing. Remember, the Rockets got Hakeem and Sampson by picking #1 (and one by a coin flip). We can't rebuild without a cornerstone and it looks like there may be one in our grasp.

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Ok, here is the scenario of what Houston SHOULD do. If they get the No.1 draft pick, use it to trade for some MORE draft picks in the early rounds so they can pick up some linemen and a receiver. OR, trade for a pro-bowl lineman and some draft picks. There is really nothing wrong with Dominic Davis. If Houston starts winning then the seats will fill back up. One guy is NOT gonna turn it around for Houston. Dan Reeves will be smart and trade the number 1 pick for more options. You watch.

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Well, you better hurry up and call McNair, because they have secretly already said they are drafting Bush.

http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/sports/3549220.html

Sure, there is nothing "wrong" with Davis. There is nothing great about him, either. And defenses don't have to plan around him, like they do the great backs. Reggie Bush instantly makes the line better, Carr a better QB, etc., because defenses have to adjust to him being there. Davis gets a few more yards because defenses key on Carr and Johnson. With Bush, it will be the opposite.

And remember, the Texans have a decent rushing O-line. They just suck at pass protection (along with Carr holding the ball too long).

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Well, you better hurry up and call McNair, because they have secretly already said they are drafting Bush.

http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/sports/3549220.html

Sure, there is nothing "wrong" with Davis. There is nothing great about him, either. And defenses don't have to plan around him, like they do the great backs. Reggie Bush instantly makes the line better, Carr a better QB, etc., because defenses have to adjust to him being there. Davis gets a few more yards because defenses key on Carr and Johnson. With Bush, it will be the opposite.

And remember, the Texans have a decent rushing O-line. They just suck at pass protection (along with Carr holding the ball too long).

Well, in Carr's defense, it's a little hard to see who's open when you have a Defensive End in your face. Davis is good for 1200 to 1300 yards if you can get a line up there. We have a real opportunity here to build a real team, can't rely on ONE guy to turn it around.

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All this hype about this runningback, Reggie Bush. When his butt get's here in Houston next year, watch he get's hurt, cause he gonna try to impress everybody around him.

Beleive me what I tell ya. Davis will be the starting back for next year, while Bush on the sidelines just like this other runningback, Tony Hollings.

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All this hype about this runningback, Reggie Bush. When his butt get's here in Houston next year, watch he get's hurt, cause he gonna try to impress everybody around him.

Beleive me what I tell ya. Davis will be the starting back for next year, while Bush on the sidelines just like this other runningback, Tony Hollings.

Who else is a big name in the draft other than Reggie Bush, and what position does he play?

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Who else is a big name in the draft other than Reggie Bush, and what position does he play?

Just some guy named Lienhart, HELLO ! Quarterback for Reggie. But now he is listed at like number 5 or 6, should be 2 or 3.

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Ok, here is the scenario of what Houston SHOULD do. If they get the No.1 draft pick, use it to trade for some MORE draft picks in the early rounds so they can pick up some linemen and a receiver. OR, trade for a pro-bowl lineman and some draft picks. There is really nothing wrong with Dominic Davis. If Houston starts winning then the seats will fill back up. One guy is NOT gonna turn it around for Houston. Dan Reeves will be smart and trade the number 1 pick for more options. You watch.

"PLANETS COLLIDE!!! TJONES NMAINGUY JOINED AT THE HIP!!!! FILM AT 11"

Damn! I knew it was bound to happen. TJ and I agree about something 100% after all!

Nice to see a Conservative finally bowing to the wisdom of a Liberal!!!

( I wish I could quit you, TJ) :lol:

B)

Seriously; what TJ said: use the 1st pick or trade it for more...I'd go for trading it but either way but I bow to TJ's wisdom on this one.

See? Gay guys DO have a clue!!! :)

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OK, nmain, I think you are as full of it as TJ, and the others. You take the BEST player available. Period. Y'all must all be UT fans, the way you are looking for any way possible not to draft Bush.

But, unless you just bought the team, look to see Reggie as a Texan next year...unless we screw up and beat the Niners. :lol:

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OK, nmain, I think you are as full of it as TJ, and the others. You take the BEST player available. Period. Y'all must all be UT fans, the way you are looking for any way possible not to draft Bush.

But, unless you just bought the team, look to see Reggie as a Texan next year...unless we screw up and beat the Niners. :lol:

I would LOVE to be in the position to take the best player available-if we didn't already have such a miserable record with the players we already have taken. I'd drop to my knees for Reggie if I thought it would do any good [and get your mind out of the gutter right now, because I know you, Red! ;) ]

But we DO have a miserable record so now's the time to roll the dice-there's nothing left to lose.

And UT???? I hate to be Owlish on you, but... :lol:

B)

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I'm just saying you don't improve a team with multiple second round draft picks, you start with a No. 1 pick. This teams problems won't be solved in one draft. Trading a No. 1 will only get them 2 or 3 picks, and as I said, 2nd rounders are average players.

How do get better with average players? We got a whole roster of them already.

Oh...and sorry about the UT swipe, Owlie.

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I'm just saying you don't improve a team with multiple second round draft picks, you start with a No. 1 pick. This teams problems won't be solved in one draft. Trading a No. 1 will only get them 2 or 3 picks, and as I said, 2nd rounders are average players.

How do get better with average players? We got a whole roster of them already.

Oh...and sorry about the UT swipe, Owlie.

Hmmmmmmm.... Wasn't David Carr a number 1 pick, and he has turned out to be a big steaming pile of number 2 sitting in the pocket with a target on his chest. Get a probowl lineman or two that can add some experience and toughness on that O-Line and try to get a franchise receiver somehow. Red, I personally think they should fire the whole lot and grab every player on the current UT roster, including Coach Brown. They would have at least been 500 this year. Not a huge UT fan, but I love the way Vince Young and his team plays ! :D

BTW, nmain, be careful, that is how rumors get started ! ;)

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Hmmmmmmm.... Wasn't David Carr a number 1 pick, and he has turned out to be a big steaming pile of number 2 sitting in the pocket with a target on his chest. Get a probowl lineman or two that can add some experience and toughness on that O-Line and try to get a franchise receiver somehow. Red, I personally think they should fire the whole lot and grab every player on the current UT roster, including Coach Brown. They would have at least been 500 this year. Not a huge UT fan, but I love the way Vince Young and his team plays ! :D

BTW, nmain, be careful, that is how rumors get started ! ;)

Well, I'm sorry TJ, but I'm going to have to agree with you again. I am so tiered of hearing everyone trying to fix this old broken horse. Out on the ranch you'd just shoot the poor thing and move on. Sure Carr is pretty. You know where pretty gets you? Stinkin' nowhere in the end-no pun there. My GOD! You just can't know how frustrated a native Houstonian can get with such a losing NFL franchise. First the Oilers and now...THIS!

Kill me.

NOW!

Please.

Just tell me how much you want then kill me.

:(

And BTW, TJ...why are you up so late?????

B)

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Hmmmmmmm.... Wasn't David Carr a number 1 pick, and he has turned out to be a big steaming pile of number 2 sitting in the pocket with a target on his chest. Get a probowl lineman or two that can add some experience and toughness on that O-Line and try to get a franchise receiver somehow. Red, I personally think they should fire the whole lot and grab every player on the current UT roster, including Coach Brown. They would have at least been 500 this year. Not a huge UT fan, but I love the way Vince Young and his team plays ! :D

BTW, nmain, be careful, that is how rumors get started ! ;)

UT DOES have a powerful roster, huh. I gotta disagree with you and nmainguy on Carr. Carr's a good player, with good skill. They even said in the Chronicle that when he called the plays this season, the team gained more yards and were more successful than when the coaching staff made the plays. Carr's turned out to become the ONLY star on the team. He's got potential, but only if he gets better plays and/or better talent around him.

Bush would be a great pick up, but for the TEAM to get better, we need better linemen, a leader on defense, and maybe a new reciever. Kinda curious...if we were locked to pick up Bush, wouldn't the Texans just trade Davis for two more 1st round picks, and pick up linemen? Then after that, trade our current starter linemen for a star on defense?

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