With that aside, I have read alot of these threads about taking Reggie over Vince. I understand that Reggie would have a greater impact now, but Young will have a tremendous impact in the future. Consider this: Granted, these two guys are not LaDanian Tomlinson and Michael Vick but they are similar so work with me. If you had the chance to draft either LT or Vick, who would you take with the number one pick, even if you had a QB or just resigned your top HB? I think the answer hands down is Vick. He is hands down the most electrifying athlete in the world, yes WORLD. I don't care who your QB is or what the situation is, you DO NOT pass up on a special franchise type player like Vince. You make it work. David Carr is not a franchise player. He was, unfortunately, drafted like one though. Please don't pull a Portland and draft Sam Bowie because you don't need a 2-Guard. Don't get me wrong, Bush is an outstanding player and an exceptional athlete, but the QB position is the most important position on the field. We are not super bowl contenders or even playoff contenders, so starting over is an option. I don't see any reason not to start over after a 2-14 season. What's the worst that could happen? We lose all 16 games? So we had a record 2 games worse than a year ago. Not that big of a deal, another number one overall? Sure thanks. Let's not even go into the sentimental side of the arguement since Vince is a true born and raised Houstonian and will continue to represent his hometown till the day he dies. And let's not get into the business side either. What other team has the potential to sell out every home game the season after going 2-14? A team that draft Vince Young does. Do you really think Yao Ming was drafted by the Rockets because of his talent? Moving on... Sometimes you have to take 2 steps back before you can take that first step forward in the right direction. Vince won't make the immediate impact that Reggie can, but there is no way I pass on him. Luckily for all you Bush fans, I'm not making the decision. Go Texans!