For years we've discussed who should the Texans take with various picks. Should it be different this year? If you answer yes, then is it because apparently the top 2-3 players (QB & RB) now are at positions we have covered. At 2-14 do we have enough talent to target positions or just look at need or should we stick with BPA? I like Carr, if Matt Linehart was consensus #1, I'd say trade down for more value and that BPA should be parlayed into more value. Over the next 3+ months hype and scrutiny will run rampant. If Vince Young is truly the new age QB, a combo of Vick and Kosar, with a little Michael Jordan superstardom sprinkled on top, then is it logical to select him as BPA because he's also a hometown boy? But if flaws in his game are apparent and the after Rosebowl glow is replaced by a 4.65 40 time and an average arm; does his appeal overweigh his evaluation? What happens if Bush blazes the work-out circuits with sub 4.4 times, shows amazing agility and the ghost of Gale Sayers appears in all of the USC tapes? Are the media reports true? Has the Texan leadership decided he's the way to go already--is he Coach Kubiak's man? As a fan, my emotions scream for VY's hometown hero appeal, but as a student of the game, I can be swayed by a sound argument for BPA or a trade that nets us several studs. In any event, I hope we don't reach for need and focus on BPA with each pick...2-14 talent needs upgrades at multiple positions. So I propose a new acronym; best player available for Texans' future (BPAFTF).