Atlanta and Denver, the two Premier Zone Blocking teams led the NFL in rushing, 2546 yds and 2539 yds respectively. Atlanta average 4.8 yds a carry and Denver 4.7. Houston ranked 15th with 1816 yds, a respectable 4.2 yds per carry with an anemic 437 carries. Keep in mind this was accomplished with Dunn, Duckett and Anderson, Bell & Dayne. All good RBs but are not dynamic. For arguments sake, assume Houston will be a zone blocking offense. With improvements to the Oline and the new scheme lets say the Texans increase rushing attempts 4 times a game or 64 additional rushes per season. Let's also assume with the new scheme they will increase yds per carry, a more respectable 4.5. Based on these assumptions the Texans would rush for 2254 yds, which would put them 5th in the final 2005 stats. It would also be reasonable to think Davis will benefit from the changes so pencil him in for 1300 yds. The question is how much is the running game going to improve without the addition of Bush and how much will it improve if you added him????? Now assume you drafted Reggie Bush and he has a spectular Rookie season and rushes for eye popping 6.0 yds a carry on 270 attempts, 1620 yds. WOW! This however is only 320 yds more than you expect from Davis and equates to only an additional 20 yds per game........ and YOU STILL HAVE NO PASS RUSH!!!! HOUSTON, YOU HAVE A PASS RUSH!!!!! and a Top 10 Rushing Team!!!!