The decision will be a long and difficult one for Houston. There are four quarterbacks to consider—Teddy Bridgewater, Johnny Manziel, Derek Carr and Bortles—as well as freaks like Jadeveon Clowney and Greg Robinson. But until you have a quarterback you believe in, you have to keep trying to get one.
I think we all know what happens when you can't protect one (QB). Right side with Robinson & Newton would be the foundation you could protect your franchise as well flourish as he develops. Smartest thing is to sign a FA who fits, draft one later you like, then revisit process next draft as applicable. This whole forcing need over value is a proven path to failure. Here you have a guy (Robinson) who is on par with all time greats like Ogden & Pace (closer to Orlando in style/build) but tested out stronger & faster. Rapid development as a LT in just his Sophomore season, immediate impact RT (huge need for Texans & any QB they bring in) who is a day one starter, probably goes to Pro Bowl (if he stays healthy) as a rookie then later assimilates Brown as franchise LT (move him to LG).