Don't know if this has been posted yet or not - This SI.com draft blog reads as follows: "It's not surprising that reports are surfacing that the Texans aren't sure Bush is their man. Even if he is their guy -- which I happen to believe he is -- NFL teams love to lie in April. And there's the not-so-small matter of leverage in contract negotiations with Bush. A report on NFL.com claimed people in the Houston organization like defensive end Mario Williams. The story pointed out running back is one of the few areas where the Texans don't need help and they already have a Pro Bowl return man in Jerome Mathis. I would imagine there is real dissent in Houston's office. GM Charley Casserly's back is against the wall and he needs Bush for instant excitement. New coach Gary Kubiak proved in Denver he can turn practically anyone into a Pro Bowl RB and wouldn't need to take one that high. My gut says Casserly makes the call and takes Bush." http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/si_blogs/nfl/huddle_up/2006/archive/2006_04_16_index.html Thoughts? If it's Casserly versus Kubiak, doesn't Kubiak win since Casserly is probably heading to the NFL offices in NYC to fill Art Shell's job? And if that's the case...ah, never mind. Can we just get to next Saturday??? I'm tired of this ride.