There's a Houston Chronicle article that indicates that Chester Pitts is the long term answer at Left Tackle. I agree with it completely. Not only has he played the position very well, and IMO, proved it last week against Freeney, but his penalties have dropped off. And something that is very much overlooked. He's durable. The only player to start every single game for the Texans, and the only offensive lineman in the NFL who hasn't missed a snap since the 2002 season. I think this fixation or obsession with getting an LT in next year's draft should be reconsidered.