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Old 09-11-2005   #1
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Default With the 1st pick in the 2006 draft

The Teaxsn select ?????????
I think its not too early to start thinking about who can help us
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Maybe we can get a high enough pick to get D'Brickshaw Ferguson. :brickwall
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Or a solid leader like Matt LionHeart with the number one overall pick.
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if high enough i like ferguson.. but if the Texans are later i like A.J Hawk or Bobby Carpenter.
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It's never too early to look at your team and find out it's weekness and than discuss who to draft to possibly fix it.

I think that with the first pick they will go either receiver or tightend. The texans need someone else to take the pressure off andre and to get open for carr.
Rd.2 The draft is so deep that a good left tackle will fall to the second round and fix our problem their.
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It's never too early to look at your team and find out it's weekness and than discuss who to draft to possibly fix it.

I think that with the first pick they will go either receiver or tightend. The texans need someone else to take the pressure off andre and to get open for carr.
Rd.2 The draft is so deep that a good left tackle will fall to the second round and fix our problem their.
after a loss like this I have to disagree :brickwall & I'm a draft junkie. the Texans need to make organizational changes first. this needs to be a Texans team led by Texans. afterall the rest of the country sucks off Texas for the bulk of their collegiate rosters, surely there is some coaching talent in state, maybe the OC from Texas Tech is he available point is I would like to have some better structure in place before mocking anymore drafts
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Yep, That's what Johnson will do SIT. Capers won't play anyone. Imagine if Domanick Davis didn't get a chance. Sorry to say it, but thanks to an injury, he got his chance.
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You got it. Bring in some Real Texans!!! Hello Kubiak in Denver might be just the guy.
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It's never too early to look at your team and find out it's weekness and than discuss who to draft to possibly fix it.

I think that with the first pick they will go either receiver or tightend. The texans need someone else to take the pressure off andre and to get open for carr.
Rd.2 The draft is so deep that a good left tackle will fall to the second round and fix our problem their.
I think we take a LT with our first pick, hopefully one of the big 4 (Ferguson, Winston, McNeill, Scott), because this is also a deep TE draft and we will be able to get Tim Day or Dominique Byrd in the second, both can block and catch.
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We draft matt LionHeart the fisrt round and then draft nothing O-line soince its a deep draft o-line anyways but we will have a real qb for once.
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The count down to Matt Leinhart / Vince Young starts now.
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Default #1 Pick Of Nfl Draft 2006

OK we all know we have a very good chance of drafting the first player in 2006 so who are we taking?
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LT. No doubt. They are giving Bennie another shot. Dont know why, but they are. We need a better o-line. Right?

And there is no need to use a first rounder on a guard or center.

LT first round.
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Look at the avatar. (That's if he comes out)
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Why draft another QB just to watch him get beat down behind this horrible excuse for an o-line .....They couldnt block a pop warner team
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Why draft another QB just to watch him get beat down behind this horrible excuse for an o-line .....They couldnt block a pop warner team
Cause this QB puts touch on his passes. This QB doesnt lock onto WRs. This QB doesnt lock onto RBs coming out of the backfield. And most importantly, this QB knows how to win.
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Cause this QB puts touch on his passes. This QB doesnt lock onto WRs. This QB doesnt lock onto RBs coming out of the backfield. And most importantly, this QB knows how to win.
You just described a lot of college QBs, I'm afraid you'll have to be specific. I'll take a couple guesses however because a few players fit that mold.Is this QB Jason White? Or is it Josh Heupel? Danny Wuerffel?
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if v young opts to enter the draft in '06, i def. want the native Houstonian to lead our squad, let's keep it texan!
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You just described a lot of college QBs, I'm afraid you'll have to be specific. I'll take a couple guesses however because a few players fit that mold.Is this QB Jason White? Or is it Josh Heupel? Danny Wuerffel?
Excuse me. Let me elaborate. This QB uses his legs. Has the highest completion percentage in school history. Has no great WR to go to in tight games and still makes thing happen.
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First Round LT + 2nd Round Center = David Carr Improvements
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