I have been sitting here for a while reading bush vs. young vs. trade down, and im not going to start another thread to debate that. Nor am i going to spark any flames... I have a nagging concern, and i want to pose a hypothetical, and see what you would do. A lot of the basis for not drafting vince young and taking reggie bush has been along the lines of: I believe that david carr has the tools to be an NFL quarterback, with better coaching and some new o-lineman in there to protect him, he can suceed. Im not going to debate the merits of this arguement, because thats where we foray into opinion. Here is my point. What happens if we don't attempt to fix the o-line? Before you jump on me and say that we will, think about it for a minute. What if the texans do what they have done EVERY offseason since their inception, and overpay (wade) or find an underperforming (riley) lineman, and call it progress. What if the line you see now is as good as its going to get for a while? Do you still think David Carr can grow as a quarterback with this team NOW? I mean, logically you would think the texans would HAVE to do something about one of the worst passblocking groups in history, but i thought that very same thing last year. I guess my question is this.....what if the texans dont address the o-line? How does this impact who you want to draft with the one-pick? Do you still want david carr under center in this system with this line? Do you want to take reggie and worry about this later? Do you want to draft d'brick and leave the flashy moves for another time? Do you want to take vince young and hope that he can do better than david did? Im not here to campaign for one or the other, so please dont bash this as a disguised thread...i am just genuinely concerned that we are all approaching our reasoning and discussion with a base-level assumption that could very well end up being false. discuss.