Free Agency: Go hard after Champ Bailey. Let him play FS. He has said that is his eventual goal so that he can prolong his career. Let him get started right now. I don't think there will be a huge learning curve for him. He know coverages. He has the ability to do it physically. I'd go out and Get Richard Marshall at cornerback. He adds speed, is decent in pass coverage and is good in run support. He's not an old guy and he may not be all that high on Carolina's priority list so I've read. Instantly upgrades or Corners. Baltimore has 3 corners about to hit the market. Fabian Washington, Josh Wilson, and Chris Carr. They will probably not re-sign all of them. Grab one of them. I'd also like to see us go after Franklin from San Fran, Alan Branch from Arz, and Pat Williams as a veteran presence and a rotation player along the D-line... I know it's not a popular opinion but I'd go after VY as a back-up QB. Can't see too many teams offering him the starting job so he would probably be more willing to come here. I think he'd be a good back-up for us and definitely better than Dan-O. If we could get get any two of the D-linemen I mentioned Richard Marshall and Champ Bailey I'd be very happy. I know I'm asking the Texans to break bread in Free Agency, but I think they should do it and make a real effort to get better over there. Trade: Joel Dreesen, Amobi and a 5th for a 3rd round pick. Owen has looked good lately. Dressen has gotten his name out there and I think a few teams would like to have him as a potential starter...I think even if Owen gets hurt again, we would still have Casey and Hill behind him. This would also allow Casey to get more playing time. Draft: 1: Julio Jones, WR Bama. Big fast wide out. Can come in and instantly get playing time. Sorry, DA, I really like you but you are probably the odd man out. I think he can be an impact player for us and I think he is better than some of the defensive players that would be on the board. Offense is now extremely potent. 2: Trade 2nd and a 4th to move up to the bottom of the first or the top of the 2nd. Pick up Von Miller, OLB Texas A&M. 3:Kendrick Ellis, DT Hampton. Massive Human being at 6' 5" 340lbs...Has good skills to go with. Put up ridiculous numbers at Hampton after transferring from I believe South Carolina. 3: Kelvin Sheppard MLB, LSU. Big LB that is strong and can run. I think he will provide flexibility for us and should easily become a starter at some point. 5: Marcus Hyde, SS, Michigan State. Would like to see some competition for Barber. 6: Terrance Sweeny, CB, Kansas State. Can come in and compete at corner and kick returner. good speed. 7: Brandyn Thompson, CB, Boise State. Another guy that can come in and push some people and try to return kicks. Good speed. Offensive line-up: QB: Schaub, Young RB: Foster, Tate, Ward, Slaton, Free agent FB: Leach WR: Johnson, Walter, Julio, Jacoby, Dickerson TE: Daniels, Casey, Grahm, Hill O-line: remains mostly the same Defensive Lineup: DE: Smith, Earl Mitchell DT: Franklin, Kendrick Ellis, Pat Williams DE: Mario, Shaun Cody, Damione Lewis OLB: Cushing, Barwin, Mark Anderson MLB: Demeco, Sharpton, Sheppard, Bentley, Adibi OLB: Von Miller, Diles, Tim Jamison CB: Richard Marshall, Quinn, Jackson, Baltimore FA corner SS: Pollard, Nolan FS: Champ Bailey, Eugene Wilson I'm not a big draft guy, I don't know what will happen with the collective bargaining regarding free agency....But I do know I'd be super pumped if this was a large part of the Texans team next year.