The more I think about it, the more I'm thinking that trading down is the correct move for the Texans this year. At first I was totally against it with the talent at the top of the draft, but now it seems the most logical choice for several reasons. 1) Gary Kubaiak has made it pretty clear he likes and wants to develop David Carr. And I have full faith that with solid coaching and better players around him Carr can be a solid QB. 2) Vince Young is the 3RD best QB IN THIS DRAFT. He's behind Lineart and Jay Culter in my book. So why would you take him 1st? 3) Reggie Bush is a fantastic player, but we don't NEED him. We have more pressing needs. And I don't like the idea of tying up 60 million in the RB position. The JETS are the best trade option for us. They could use Bush OR one of the QBs and would probably need to move up to get who they covet the most. We swap our 1st for their 4th and we'll get our pick of Brick, AJ Hawk, or Mario Williams. Then they give us their 2nd and 3rd rounders this year and possibly their 1st or 2nd next year. If we do hang on to the pick you take Bush. He gives you tons of options and would make all the rest of our offensive players better immediately. Then try to trade DD to get rid of his contract and pick up an OL if possible. And resign Wells to be Bush's back up and power back (much like Lendell White was at USC).