I believe that the Texans are now guaranteed: Pick 18 (Round 1, Pick 18) and Pick 79 (Round 3, Pick 16) Overall positions for later rounds will be influenced by compensatory picks, but the Texans should have: Round 4, Pick 19 Round 5, Pick 18 Round 6, Pick 17 Round 7, Pick 16 People talk about trades all the time (including some totally crazy ones), so just to give an idea, here are some potential "nearly fair" trade scenarios, based on the common draft value chart. Just for purposes of this, I'll assume the current ordering of higher-level poicks, and that New England beats Dallas in the Superbowl. Our first round pick (900 points) could be traded for: Dallas: Pick 22 (1st round, from Cleveland) - 780 points, Pick 94 (Round 3, pick 31) - 124 points Seattle: Pick 23 (1st round) - 760 points, Pick 89 (Round 3, pick 26) - 145 points Pittsburgh: Pick 24 (1st round) - 740 points, Pick 85 (Round 3, pick 22) - 165 points San Francisco: Pick 30 (1st round, from Indianapolis) - 620 points, Pick 70 (Round 3, pick 7) - 240 points, 5th round pick (about 35-40 points) Dallas: Pick 31 (1st round) - 600 points, Pick 62 (Round 2, pick 31) - 284 points So, we can pick up a very late 2nd (or equivalent) by trading down to the very bottom of the 1st round, or pick up a 3rd by dropping 4-6 slots. We ought to get a 4th for dropping 1-2 slots. Obviously, we'd need to see who was left on the board at 18 before any of these, and these trades might not be open in any case. If we wanted to trade up, we could package our 1st and 3rd (1095 total points) to trade up about four slots to 14. I really can't imagine the Texans giving up such high-level picks to move up, though.