For those of you who keep insisting that the Texans use high picks on offensive lineman, HPF has an excellent analysis of the last 11 Bronco drafts. As it relates to offensive lineman, this is how it breaks down: C: 1st: 0, 2nd: 0, 3rd: 0, 4th: 1, 5th: 1, 6th: 1, 7th: 1 OG: 1st: 0, 2nd: 1, 3rd: 1, 4th: 0, 5th: 0, 6th: 2, 7th: 1 OT: 1st: 1, 2nd: 0, 3rd: 0, 4th: 2, 5th: 0, 6th: 0, 7th: 1 True to their reputation for building top lines primarily from late-rounders and undrafted free agents, the Broncos only used three first-day picks on offensive linemen: first-round OT George Foster in 2003, second-round OG Lennie Friedman in 1999, and third-round OG Dan Neil in 1997. They also only selected 13 O-linemen total during the 11 drafts, which is not many at all considering that there are five line positions. So Kubiak probably will not try to solve the offensive line problems that have plagued the Texans throughout the franchises history with a lineman-heavy draft. Think about that people. THREE picks in the first 3 rounds in 11 years time. All of you "must draft olineman high" people. Prepare now for disapointment Saturday.