Just wanted to express some of my views about the whole Carr/Young thing that seems to be a part of every MB and will continue to be until draft day I suppose. I've said in the past that it doesn't really matter who we require (Young/Bush/D'brick) because any of the three will most likely become good if not great players to what ever franchise they go to. With that being said, I believe that many teams over the course of the NFL have tried to mold QB's with failing attemps in reaching the ultimate goal of winning the NFL CHAMPIONSHIP. While players like Hasselbeck, Delhomme, Gannon, O'Donnell, Humphries, and etc... have all reached the Super bowl, none have ever won it! These are all QB's that were out there to manage the game and play within a sytem. You can't compare these guys to the likes of Roethlisberger, Brady, Elway, Farve, Aikman and etc...who are natural leaders on and off the field. There's just something about these group of guys since the begining of their careers you just relized they had. The "IT" thing! All of these field generals took control of the game with such a poise that no other player could match. And if you were a teammate then your play, output , or success reached levels that were only drawn out by theses leaders who demanded nothing less. There are alot of things that you can teach in the game of football in all positions but the single most important intangilbe is leadership. I'm hoping that the Texans organization can fairly evaluate this lack of leadership in whatever phase of the game (offense/defense) and bring in or fix the most important concern that has been "that thorn in it's side". Leaders are always born and can never be created to be something they aren't. Real Recognize Real, and I believe that whatever G. Kubiak and the front office decide it will be a testament or direct reflection of the overall quality of just how this entire organization is being lead.