Casserly ought to be embarrased, during his entire tenure he has made no real moves to address the OL problem, other than Boselli who never really played. In regards to our first pick... first and foremost we must maintain those moral victories, it will be extremely difficult with Arizona and SF still on the horizon. If we can keep this up until SF, this will be a very interesting game, you know possibly sale it as the "SUPERBUSH I" Game. Can you imagine which team will try harder to lose. I give the advantage to H-Town who currently has more practice at it and with Arizona coming to town, one more game to perfect it. With the first pick, I would still take Bush who truely is a once in a 5-10 year player. As much as I want OL, I would make a concession here. Trade DD, who if he continues on this roll might get us in return a late 1st or 2nd round pick. Between the picks available to us in rounds 2-3, free agents and potential trades this OL situation could be settled. Should Bush decide to stay, then I say trade out of the spot and take nothing less than a multiple pick package or maybe another thought... Gallery and Oakland's second or maybe their first round pick for the #1 pick. Now, for a really crazy thought... if T.O. could get his head straight, which I think the Philly thing might have been a good wake up call, I would be willing to sign him to a contract, very small signing bonus, for maybe 3 years with a clause that maintains he is paid each year on average of the top 4 receivers ( similar to Hakeem's deal with the Rockets ). This might alleiviate the money concerns and have him focus on football. I wouldn't be opposed to including a clause that if he leads the NFL in receiving then the following year he would get a raise to match the top paid receiver. Simple, reward him for what he does, don't backload the money. Add Bush, T.O. and some OL in the same year and you can add "fun to watch" to our vocabulary. Could you imagine our trio of receivers ( Owens, Johnson & Gaffney ) and where they would rate?? Walk this proposition on the field and you really would see the second coming of Barry Sanders. Not to mention Carr would have a field day. While I'm wishing, how about we talk Jimmy Johnson out of retirement and let him rehire his top guns who both will probably be available at year end. Turner, great O.C... lousey H.C. and Wandstadt, also great D.C... lousey H.C. If we have the number one pick and Bush is coming out, I could see us having the potential pieces in place, not to mention the needed slips in Galveston to get him back on the sideline. He could also handle T.O. with no problem. Also, anyone else opposed to seeing the Texans drop the white pants for home games? Those pants just lame out an otherwise cool look. Personally, I would opt for blue pants and blue jersey or blue pants and red jersey. Road look can stay as is. Just my thoughts.