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Old 02-15-2008   #1
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http://nfldraft.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=774631

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Key needs: 1. Running back 2. Cornerback 3. Defensive end

1. Running back: The Texans will look to add a top feature back and draft into the deep running back class. They should have a chance at one of the top three RBs at pick No. 18.

2. Cornerback: Their emerging defense needs to add another top cover man. Houston will explore the free agent market and the draft to add a blue-chip player.

3. Defensive end: The front four could be one of the best in the game with a pass rusher opposite Mario Williams. The Texans will consider one fairly early in the draft.
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the site is a good resource, here is a listing of combine envites by school-

http://nfldraft.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=774291
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http://nfldraft.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=774631

Houston Texans (8-8 in 2007)

Head Coach: Gary Kubiak (Third Year)

Key needs: 1. Running back 2. Cornerback 3. Defensive end

1. Running back: The Texans will look to add a top feature back and draft into the deep running back class. They should have a chance at one of the top three RBs at pick No. 18.

2. Cornerback: Their emerging defense needs to add another top cover man. Houston will explore the free agent market and the draft to add a blue-chip player.

3. Defensive end: The front four could be one of the best in the game with a pass rusher opposite Mario Williams. The Texans will consider one fairly early in the draft.


I would change what he calls "key needs" to "nice pick-ups"....

key needs 1. secondary 2.more secondary 3. O line
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I would change what he calls "key needs" to "nice pick-ups"....

key needs 1. secondary 2.more secondary 3. O line
no arguement from me, but what it does suggest is the national viewpoint is the Texans lack a great RB & that this draft has a couple resonable options to address that lack of having a great RB.

I get the feeling most of us here, anyway would be truely shocked if the Texans where to draft a RB this year @ #18. OT & RB are more likely if the Rick trades down. if we stay @ #18 Smith likes one of the CB options
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