.............in their approach to which positions they prioritize. They obviously have already clearly stated that an expensive, potentially very productive runner in the form of Reggie Bush, is like putting a huge, expensive diamond (long term big time cap monies) in a cheap, thin and weak setting (expected longevity). The diamond will be lost when the cheap setting gives way............and that WILL BE sooner than later. This article from the Denver Post does a great job of shedding light on the system and the approach to RB that Kub has brought with him to the Texans. It may be a view that Kub and team has taken heat for in recent months, but one that has been felt by and have "subconciously" guided many other teams without them realizing it. Even though, the system which Kub brings us is driven by run 1st, pass 2 nd..........it's the receivers that seem to be more the "bring home the bacon" players. Of course, the OL support still needs to be strong. But even the D in this system, as demonstrated by the preferential pick overshadows the importance of obtaining a "superlative" RB. As pertains to running backs, as far as Kub and system are concerned the Texans will be investing for "today," because, as we have all found out before, "tommorrow" may never "come."