I have a question and was hoping someone could tell me the answer because I've been searching my memory bank and have found that it is overdrawn. Clearly, there is some major potential with players such as Mario Williams and Amobi Okoye. But even their biggest supporters would probably agree that it takes a little time to get used to the defensive line positions in the NFL playing against growned mens. Though the Texans have some experienced defensive linemen, none of them are guys who are true Pro Bowl badazzes. Williams hung out all the time with Weaver last year, but Weaver is a fairly solid but not spectacular player. I don't want to overplay the importance of mentoring, but riddle me this Batmens..... Can you think of a team that developed a dominant line out of a bunch of rookies without playing alongside some really good experienced players? I believe that a talented rookie's best situation is to be put with an experienced line that can hide some of the learning curve. Rookies teaching rookies with a line that is likely going to get some new sorts of instruction under the new Dline coach kind of worries me some. Can someone think of a team where an inexperienced but talented line became dominant?