Why not send 2 first round picks to Indianapolis in exchange for the chance to sign Dwight Freeney? As everybody knows, the key to building a successful NFL franchise is to have 9 guys up front that are capable of getting the job done every Sunday. I am, of course, referring to the Offensive and Defensive Lines. Dwight Freeney, alongside an improving Mario Williams would do wonders for a Texan pass rush that is one of the more putred in the NFL. Not only will this move help the pass rush, it would, therefore, greatly improve the secondary woes that the team has had over the past couple of seasons with the drafting of a physical, speedy corner in the 2nd round, possibly Daymeion Hughes of Cal, Josh Wilson of Maryland, or Ryan Smith of Florida. Secondly, since we would have to give up two first-rounders for this, the Texans would save a lot of money over the next few seasons....thus, leaving more money available to spend in other areas of need. This could be THE turn-around move the franchise has been so desperately looking for since going 2-14 in 2005. Long story short, the signing of Dwight Freeney would be an incredible start to Rick Smith's tenure as Houston Texans General Manager, go a long way in improving one of the league's worst defenses, and put Houston on the path to becoming legitimate contenders, not only in the AFC South, but in the entire league.