While I love the idea of Vince Young in a Texans uniform, the practical side of me has been an advocate of trading the pick and trying to bulk up our defense, which by the way ranks last in the NFL. This morning I heard an idea pitched by Lance Zerlein (SportsRadio 610) which described the logistics of how the Texans could actually get two first round draft picks this year. It goes something like this: 1. Most NFL experts are saying (and I think most of us up here would agree) that this years #1 pick has particularly high value, more so than perhaps in 15-20 years. 2. With this in mind, we swap our #1 pick with the Jets (#4) or Packers (#5), as well as their 2nd round pick for this year and their 1st round pick for next year. 3. With our first pick (at #4 or #5) we then take AJ Hawk. 4. We now have two 2nd round picks, two 3rd round picks, and 4, 5. 6, 7. 5. We then trade up with one of our 2nd round picks and one of our 3rd round picks for a 1st round pick (should be able to command somewhere in the range of 16th to 25th overall pick). 6. With this pick there are a slew of options. Huff at safety would likely be gone, but Hali (DE) from Penn St., not to mention several solid TEs and OL (for the record Zerlein was advocating for a TE). 7. We are now left with picks in rounds 2-7 where we can take best available. 8. Then in 2007 we have TWO first round picks to use, or potentially even trade up for someone like Adriane Peterson, Brady Quinn, etc. 9. Or, if you really liked Huff this year you could trade the extra 1st rounder you picked up for 2007 plus one of your 2nd round picks this year. Thoughts?