Everyone seems to have a different idea about what the Texans should/will take in the draft this year. Obviously, I don't post much, just kind of lurk and read a lot of the posts, but I wanted to go ahead and throw my thoughts on the situation out there. Houston is going to have to rebuild. No matter what their record ends up being, Houston is in major need of about every position on the field. We, as we have always, need a quality lineman or two. We could also use a linebacker, but I also think many of us here are in the agreement that it is going to take several years to rebuild this team, not just one year or one player. With that said, I think we should go ahead and draft Reggie Bush. If it is going to take several years to rebuild, why couldn't we take lineman in the 2nd round-7th round, or any year after this. There are serviceable linemen almost every year that would be much better than anything we have right now, but how often does a player like Reggie Bush come along? One lineman isn't going to change the team and even though Reggie probably won't change it much, he definitely will be a start of a rebuild. Now the argument will be made that we have Dominick Davis, but I honestly don't believe that matters. I dont' think you pass on this kind of talent unless you have a player like Shaun Alexander or Ladanian Tomlinson. Plus, maybe Dominck Davis could be turned into trade bait for a lineman or picks. Another argument will be made that Bush can't carry the load and he's too small. My answer to that is, why can't Houston run a "Thunder and Lightning" running game. I, personally, like the "Thunder and Lightning" idea and think that its a great plan. USC runs it right now and it works for them, and in the NFL, Atlanta, Denver and the New York Giants are just a few examples of teams that pull it off very effectively. It seems like its very dynamic, as you can have one player hit the outside and scamper, yet you have your big back who can bruise the defense. As a bonus, neither get all that tired and it will probably increase the durability of both as they're not having to carry a full load and get hit 30 times a game. Like I stated before, its going to take several years for Houston to rebuild this team, and I believe good....hell very good linemen can be taken any of the upcoming years, or even in the later rounds this year....but you can't pass on a player like this. P.S. So far, while typing this, Reggie Bush has ran for 6 billion yards in a quarter and a half so far against UCLA.