Here is what you do..... Round 1 - Vince Young. Period. Why? In just under 3 FULL SEASONS of college experience this guy has improved possibly MORE than any other Quarterback in college history. When Vince came in he was a run first, run second, pass third quarterback. Since then he has evolved into the GREATEST AND MOST COMPLETE QUARTERBACK IN THE HISTORY OF COLLEGE FOOTBALL. He is now a pass first, run second quarterback. His patience and field vision is like no other. If the #1 target is open, he hits it, if not, he checks down to his other receivers. If they are not open or if the defense quickly applies pressure he is able to make plays with his legs like no quarterback in the history of the game. The thing that separates Young from guys like Vick and Carr is his patience and field vision. This patience, vision, and ACCURACY has improved greatly over the last 3 seasons. There is no reason to think that Vince will not continue to develop into a GREAT NFL Quarterback. A double threat quarterback is a defensive coordinator's worst nightmare. AJ will get more 1-1 coverage because they will use a LB or Safety to spy Vince, enabling more 1-1 coverage for all receivers. AJ VS any corner in the league 1-1 is a favorable and desired matchup for the Texans. With Vince Young at Quarterback Andre Johnson will evolve into at least a top 5 receiver in the league like we all desire. 2006: With Carr re-signed you sit Young for 10-12 games of the season, let him learn the NFL game on the practice field and in the film room. Then, you throw him out there for the last 4-6 games and let him work his magic. This will be beneficial to his development and confidence. It worked at Texas didn't it? Then, you trade Carr for a pick. Depending on his performance next season, this pick could be a 1,2,3, or in worst case scenario Carr plays like he did this season and nobody will want him. But then again, you will always have *****s on TV who don't even watch the Texans talking about Carr and his potential, so you should get something for him. 2007 becomes Vince Young's year. If you can trade Carr this offseason, do that. This team is in rebuilding mode and Tony Banks or some other drifter would be fine to have at quarterback for most of next season. A top 5 pick next year is nothing to complain about. A Houston team already passed on the GREATEST Basketball player ever in Michael Jordan. There is no reason why another Houston team should pass on the Michael Jordan of the NFL draft. Round 2 - Trade down. Pick up a 2 later in the round and add another pick. This team is in rebuilding mode. They need as many young players as possible to gel together. With that 2nd round pick - Receiver. AJ is your big play and deep threat. Mathis is a speed guy and deep threat. Draft the best position receiver available. Demetrius Williams and Mike Hass were the #1 receivers on their respective Oregon team. Both will benefit from getting 1-1 coverage. Great hand from both. I like Hass. He just catches the ball and is athletic. He struggled when teams concentrated on stopping him (Doubling him), but that won't happen with Andre Johnson and Vince Young on the field. Round 3 - David Thomas - TE, Texas. This team NEEDS A TE. Vince Young's favorite target is a great place to start, like I have been saying all year. I think the Rose Bowl proved that. Great hands, athletic, and good size. Nuff said. David Thomas is a guy you MUST draft. Another one is... Dwayne Slay - S, Texas Tech. This guy is a Roy Williams type who is better in coverage. I went to the Cotton Bowl and saw this guy "hit someone on Alabama so hard, the guy got up and started walking over to the Tech sideline." You can use this guy to blitz or bring him up close to the line to help stop the run. You can put this guy on Dunta's side, blitz him, and leave Dunta on an island. Dunta's so underrated, when the Texans get good people will realize he is one of the best young corners in the game. Other positions to draft: Speed corner Offensive Lineman - Best prospect in the 4th round. Throw him in there from day one and let him develop. Front 7 on defense, athletic DE, and speed LB.