If it's been posted, lock it up! http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/sports/3755397.html LAKE BUENA VISTA, FLA. - At the AFC coaches' breakfast Tuesday morning, Gary Kubiak was bombarded with questions about the first pick in the draft. Reggie Bush or Vince Young? Kubiak was able to straddle the fence like a seasoned politician. He's getting so much practice he should be able to run for office. Kubiak attended the University of Texas pro day and called Young's performance "super." On Saturday, Kubiak will have dinner in Los Angeles with Bush before Southern California's pro day Sunday. Kubiak will not attend another pro day. Next week, Young will come to Reliant Stadium to meet with the Texans and put on a private workout for Kubiak and his staff. At some point, Bush will come to Houston and do the same thing. Perhaps the best way to gain insight into what the Texans might do with the first pick in the draft - selecting Bush, it says here - is to see what Kubiak says about David Carr. "Anybody can lead when they have success," Kubiak said. "When you start to be successful in this league, you gain confidence, and your teammates start to gravitate to you. "In Denver, the expectations are high, and Jake Plummer came from Arizona and walked into a totally different environment. Our job as coaches was to help make him successful so his teammates could see him prosper. Our players saw him pay a price, and they started to gravitate to him. "That's what we have to do with David. His work ethic's going to help him lead. Success will be the key to helping him lead." Pressure is on Carr has been meeting with Troy Calhoun, the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. When Kubiak returns from Los Angeles, he'll begin meeting with Carr almost every weekday. "We've asked him to pay a special price this offseason, more than he's ever paid, and he's been willing to do that," Kubiak said. "We've put a lot on him, and he's doing everything we're asking. In talking to him, I don't have any doubts that it's inside of him. "I put a lot of pressure on myself, to be honest with you. I've got to get the best out of him. He's got it, and we've got to find it." Kubiak has watched every play of every game the past two seasons. "Any time you're not having success, you can get into some bad habits," Kubiak said. "I saw him start to press in a lot of ways. That's common, and if you're a competitor you're going to do that because you're going to try to do more. "We can't overload him, or the same thing's going to happen. As coaches, we naturally want to go fast teaching him our system, but we've got to slow down and make sure he's comfortable." Sacks have to stop One priority is to keep Carr from being the NFL's most sacked quarterback for the fourth time. "If anything, he's going to take even more responsibility from that standpoint," Kubiak said. "We told him we want people to see you take that upon yourself. "I want to play to his strengths. I see a quarterback whose athletic ability is his strength. He can present so many problems for the defense. "We've got to allow him to move around. We want him to throw on the run. I want him to take off. I don't want him to stay in the pocket all the time. I don't want him to be afraid to run on third-and-five." Kubiak doesn't think it's fair to ask if Carr is good enough to lead the Texans to a Super Bowl victory. "The key to winning a Super Bowl is having a great team," said Kubiak, who has been to six Super Bowls and owns three rings. "You can't put the pressure of being a Super Bowl team on one player. "I watched that take place with John Elway. He was one of the greatest ever, but we didn't win a Super Bowl until we got a good team around him. We're not going to put all that pressure on David. We've got to get good as a team and then go from there." Actually, Elway didn't win a Super Bowl until he got a great running back, Terrell Davis, to help him. "Well, uh, yes, one of those players might have been a great back," Kubiak said with a smile.