1) Rookie offensive lineman are rarely productive their first two seasons. 2) You can't draft 5 of them. 3) Free agency is the best way to address offensive line problems. 4) Get a new qb who doesn't hold the ball over the 3-4 seconds the average nfl qb has to deliver the football. I don't care if we end up with one of the best offensive lines in the league. We'll never win a Super Bowl with David Carr. We'll be lucky to ever see the playoffs. He'll never have the decision-making ability necessary to reach that level. You can save this somewhere and hold me to it. He's not a leader. All of you who think Vince Young's such a bad choice...his mobility and threat to break it all the way (much like Vick) changes the way a defense comes after a qb. They pin their ears back against Carr because they don't even remotely entertain the thought of him being any kind of threat to hurt them that way. Teams won't sell out to the pass rush against him wherever he ends up. In a very short time he's going to be a star...and you can also hold me to this one...he's going to be an above average passer. He's a leader and a great split-second decision maker. A team will follow him. Oh well, let the Texans waste all their draft picks on trying to help David Carr be the same disappointment he'll always be...and then everyone can just keep on moaning and groaning about the Texans.