It happens way too often that teams don't set the foundation for success. Team like to pick the "Poster Kid". Teams go out and pick the most talented player without a solid foundation around him to suceed. The NFL is the ultimate team sport. And it all starts off the ball on both sides of the line (a.k.a. "the trenches" - the worst of cliches in the NFL). For 4 years the Texans have not been able to put pressure on the opposing quarterback. And for 4 years the Texans have the total number of sacks in the entire NFL. Setting the record already. Part of the problem was the Coaching staff. Part of the problem was the youth. And the talent was not all there. Knowing this, do the Texans say that Weaver and the switch to 4-3 will make all the difference in the world? Or is Mario the key to a better defense (he will to a team in the NFL). Or do the Texans have all the ingredients on the offensive line? There they have Pitt who everyone says is an ideal Guard. Imagine Moving Pitt to right guard and putting D'Brick right in there. That's a solid line. If the Texans mess up they will be one of those perenial bottom dwellers!! Bush is good, but is the House in order?