Last year everyone said we would take Young or Bush. But guess what, we took Mario Williams. Everyone has had their nickers in a bunch since then. Hmm, I wonder if the Texans plan this year is really going to get people's nickers in a bunch. Its beginning to look like they just may be getting serious about protecting the QB. Is it just possible that the people we are getting in FA are serious blockers and no how to protect the QB and still have an above average running game at the same time? Is it just possible the smoke screen is to get rid of Carr when they have absolutely no intentions of doing so? I know some of you will just jump for joy over this thought. But really if you think about it what have they been saying about Carr in practice. He's relaxed and goes through his reads and seems to play quite well. When game time comes, he has been a basket case in part because we have thought our offensive protection was better than it was. This has been highlighted by the weakness of our defensive line. Perhapes they have realized that the problem just may be protection and just may be Carr might settle down if he really has confidence that he's not going to be looking at a defender a 1/4 of a second after the snap. If he is in shell shock and that is the problem, the only thing that is going to bring him around is seeing that he really does have time more often than not. In fact this is the way to go even if Carr isn't going to be here. I really don't believe Sage is anywhere near as durable as Carr, but you never know. This tatic would be good for Sage as well. I think the durability issue weighs heavily in Carr's favor. Even if we get a young QB you still have to be able to protect him. Its what we have been talking about for a long time. So I say the plan is now to keep Carr and Sage and they will fight for the starting position is training camp and Carr will win based on his ability in practice. If Carr can't do it at game time we will see Sage. I believe our 1st pick will be other than a QB and it will depend on what happens the rest of FA.