I was just listening one of the draft website guys on John and Lance this morning and the more I look at this draft the more excited I get knowing that it sets up perfectly for our picks and needs. At 2-14 you can't be too picky on talent but I think this draft, with its depth falls perfectly for us. 1) Skill players v. O-line--I know this has been discussed ad naseum but IMHO you can take Bush and still get quality at O-line with our next 4 picks. We are running Denver's offense and our new O-coordinator said they built their lines on smaller, scrappier guys who loved to play every day. They had a 20th pick 1st rounder, two 4ths, a 7th and one FA rookie. They can find those guys without using a top 5 pick. They may even be able to find a FA or, hopefully teach our guys the system. It is fitting the person in. This is a deep draft for O-line and we have still get the skill and the line. I would also be for moving down for extra picks and getting the DE here. 2) LBs-Another deep postion, especially at ILB. The guys this morning were saying that a guy like Gerris Wilkinson from GT may be there for us to take with one of our 3rd round picks. I'd take that anyday. Bray from Oregon St is another one whom I think will translate on the next level 3) TE--Admittedly I knew about the Top 5 TEs but was not sure how the draft might fall. According to the guy this morning and another publication I read TEs might not start going until the 20th and lower in the 1st round. That, of course would be Vernon Davis, according to most. This guy said he may slip to 22. With that being said TE is also deep. A Joe Klopfenstein of Colorado may be there with the other 3rd. They said Tim Day from Oregon moved up in the East/West Shrine game and may be a good pickup later. If you have the extra pick from a trade down you could probably get Marcedes Lewis is he was the guy you thought fit. All in all I think the Texans can fill many needs with the way the depth and our picks are set up.