YES, this is a mock draft in which we take VY. That is my preference, but even if you don't agree w/ that, I believe the rest of the draft is realistic and would please many...not to mention solidify a lot of holes on our team. Since I'm taking VY, I would trade Carr. In this scenario, we trade w/ Dolphins for Ricky Williams and a 3rd round pick this year <OR> we trade w/ Jets for Abraham and a 3rd round pick this year. That would give us THREE 3rd round picks. I package two of those to move back into the middle of the 2nd round. Rd 1. Vince Young, QB -Will more than likely sit out at least half of season one to learn from Kubiak, but gives the Texans their QB of the future; speedy and athletic QB with a strong, accurate arm. A fierce competitor that brings an incredible work ethic...the leader that we've been missing at the position. Rd 2a. Daryn Colledge, OT -Gives the Texans much-needed stability on the Oline and will start immediately. A brilliant pass blocker and an excellent athlete with great quickness who moves extremely well; great upside potential. Rd 2b. Jonathan Joseph, CB -McNair gets his SC boy. Can step in opposite D-Rob as our #2 corner. Has good size and excellent recovery speed and is a reliable tackler who will support the run. Rd 3. Joe Klopfenstein, TE -Pass receiving end that will expand the offense. Has soft hands and will make the tough catch in traffic...Can get down the field and stretch the seam; Excellent threat in the red zone. Rd 4. Ray Edwards, DE -Great size and speed for an end. Will provide a consistent pass rush and has a great motor. Still needs a little work on technique and strength but has great upside. Rd 5. Rob Sims, OG -Quick, athletic lineman that will fit nicely in Kubiak's zone-blocking scheme. Has only played guard for a year (was an OT first three years) so he'll need to work on technique. Rd 6. Dwayne Slay, FS -Very physical DB that will really lay the lumber and give WRs a case of alligator arms. Needs to improve in pass coverage but could compete for the starting spot w/ CC Brown. Rd 7. Jeremy Bloom, WR -Lightning fast, quick receiver that is reported to run in the 4.25 range. Decent hands and has experience returning kicks. A Jerome Mathis-type player except he is more polished as a receiver. Has sat out of football for two seasons after being a Freshman All-American in 2002; NCAA refused to allow him eligibility b/c he is an Olympic skier and therefore received endorsements. Would be an excellent addition to the return game (mainly punt returns) and could compete for the #2 WR spot. What do ya'll think? Would you be happy with this draft?