The Houston Texans are in a favorable situation at this point in time, and I feel that not matter who they take in Aprils upcoming NFL Draft the success of the team is going to heavily depend on how well the coaching staff does in developing their young talent. I personally feel that David Carr has not been put in a position to be successful in terms of providing adequate protection in the pocket. I also feel that Domanick Davis is a tremendous back with excellent vision and when hes healthy he can definitely get the job done. However having said that it seems that every year that he has been in the league he has been out several games due to injury and getting another back who can shoulder the load is not a bad idea. I can imagine the Texans developing a running back by committee in which they have fresh legs out on the field at all times, much like the Denver Broncos. Having said that the man to get the job done could be the Broncos offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak. He did wonders to Jake Plummers game and I think he could do the same to Carrs. Since we will probably use the first selection on Bush, the next draft choices should be on the offensive line. If I had my way I would trade out of the first pick and take the best left tackle available, but it would be almost impossible to sell that to the fans of Houston and sure he would be greeted with draft day boos. I also think the defensive line is set, if and when the Texans switch to the 4-3 defense. They can have Seth Payne and Robaire Smith as the two interior linemen while Gary Walker and Travis Johnson provide pressure from the defensive end positions. One final thought, everyone saw that outstanding performance of Vincent Young in the Rose Bowl and I must say that he is an unbelievable athlete, but that still does not change the fact that the Texans dont need or want another quarterback.