Do not pick a running back...ever.....in the first round. Good running backs are products of good offensive lines. The Texans can run block alittle, you can't pass block. You need to start building your team from the lines out. You need offensive linemen that can block in pass pro & open up running plays. Here's what you guys have gotta do if you want to escape losing. You can get 1000 yard rushers in the 3rd round or later if you have an offensive line. D'Brickashaw Ferguson, T, Virginia - The selection of D'Brickashaw Ferguson would put an end to their problems up front once and for all and finally give the team the elite left tackle they, and Carr, have been dreaming of. A tremendous athlete for his size, Ferguson has everything you look for from the position and his name deserves to be mentioned in the same breath as recent prospects such as Levi Jones. Derek Hagan, WR, Arizona State. Hagan isn't the flashiest player out there and this might be a bit of a reach, but he is going to be a very solid possession receiver at the next level and his selection would ensure that David Carr has plenty of options to work with. Winston Justice, OT, USC - He'll probably still be there at the top of the 3rd round. He's been playing in a Pro Style offense & can pass protect in pass pro. Again, you guys need to address your offensive line before you do anything else. In summation: The Texans would be fools to draft Reggie Bush. You should pray that Texans management dont draft him. You have a running back, you have a QB, you have a #1 receiver. You need some pass protection & another wideout that can take some heat of off your #1 receiver. I know where you are coming from. The Bengals started turning the corner when they got a blind side tackle in the 2002 draft. We were bad that year, but Levi Jones has become a Pro Bowl LT. David Carr needs a Left Tackle & another Receiver before he needs another running back. Take my word for it. Reggie Bush isn't overrated, however he's not going to be running through holes as big as a Hummer in the Pro's like he did at USC. If you draft him, you'll regret it. If you can keep Carr standing in the pocket for another second, you'll make a quantum leap. I Promise. Good luck my friends.