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Old 03-06-2005   #1
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I found this somewhere on the web, it seems pretty accurate....

13. Houston Texans: The Texans saw their main target drop off the board a few picks earlier, as Mike Williams went to the nation's capital. The next best receiver, Troy Williamson, is not worth the #13 selection to this club, and the Texans will look up the interstate to Austin to get them the pass rusher and athletic outside threat that they have lacked since Jeff Posey left to go to Buffalo.

The Houston Texans select OLB Derrick Johnson, University of Texas


47. # Houston Texans: The Texans have been loading up on defense, and are one of the better teams in the league in that aspect. Priority one needs to now shift to protection of David Carr, and they are in a prime position to move toward that with this selection.

The Texans make the collective days of Domanick Davis and David Carr with this pick.

The Houston Texans select C David Baas, University of Michigan

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I stopped reading when I saw Heath Miller at #4 overall...
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I stopped reading when I saw Heath Miller at #4 overall...
I read a little more ..... not much

Also not updated to show the Vikes @ the 7 pick ...... They look to help a poor defense
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