This is likely an overreaction, but this mock reflects my thoughts after Week 5. 1) The biggest myth I think people have bought into is that the Texans O line is a top group. Against average or worse Dlines, the Texans line is good enough, but against NO and a very underrated Oakland DL, they fell apart like a cheap suit. Even last year against elite to above average D lines like the NYG and Dallas, the O line had difficulty. Schaub had a ton of problems, this last weekend, but getting 7 passes deflected suggests to me the DL is penetrating the OL and pushing them back. All of the pressure and pass deflections seemed to come up from the Center and OG spots. 2) Schaub is a solid average NFL QB. Schaub is nice QB if you have everything he needs. Schaub would have been a fine QB in the days when teams could buy an awesome Oline and have plenty of good receivers to throw to. Problem is, these days, you need to have some mobility. Even Ben Roethlisberger can run a bit. Schaub can look great when he has the time to throw and the receivers have reasonable hands, but he cannot escape pressure. His arm strength is iffy and his accuracy can be worrisome at times. But, if we want to be a Playoff or better team, we cannot rely on an average NFL QB. He is a better version of Trent Dilfer. 3) The Texans have depth at WR. I wish they did, but they really dont. When JJ is a starter, you know you have problems. JJ is a guy who flashes brilliance with mistakes too often. He makes a silly circus catch then drops an easy one. Corey Bradford 2.0. Kevin Walter is a nice complimentary receiver, but shouldnt be a #2. David Anderson is so valuable that the Denver Broncos, who need WR help, cut him. Outside of AJ, the Texans dont have any real WR depth. 1. David DeCastro, OG, Stanford The Texans need a big nasty Guard. Decastro is the guy who has helped create the Stanford run game. With him at RG, the Stanford run game has averaged about 200 yards per game. Plus he has beena strong pass blocker. He helped protect Andrew Luck and open holes for Toby Gerhardt. A stud OG, could make a HUGE difference. He could play either LG or RG and start from Day 1. 2. Robert Griffin, III QB, Baylor People will want to make the comparison to Vick, Mr. Wonderlic, or Cam Newton. He isnt any of those guys. When I see him, I see a guy who can make short/intermediate/deep passes with accuracy, and has enough speed to make you think about whether he will run. He is not a run first QB anymore, he has an accurate powerful arm. He reminds me of a certain former Vikings QB named RC. 3. Barrett Jones, OG, Alabama Yes. I go heavy O line because our O line up front really needs nasty ol. See what I said about Decastro and substitute in Mark Ingram for Toby Gerhardt. You put a stud like Decastro on one side and another one in Jones on the other and suddenly you have a stout O line that can push the DL back, protect the QB, and make holes for the run game. 4. Chris Owusu, WR, Stanford A very solid WR prospect with great hands. He could be a great addition to the WR corp. 5. Devon Still, DE/NT, Penn State He is the kind of guy we need at NT. A natural run blocker with some pass rushing ability. Right now, he slots more as a 3-4 DE than NT, but with the way Wade runs his D, Still may be the guy we need. 6. Damarlo Belcher, WR, Indiana HUGE (65) receiver and red zone target. Has been productive at Indiana the last two years (78 recps for 832 yds +4 tds and 61 receptions for 770 yds, 4 tds). 7. Chad Diehl, FB, Clemson Vickers was brought in to be a FB, but he did not shine in blocking and was abysmal in his one attempt at catching the football. If he cant do either, whats the use of keeping him? I say its time to get a bulldozer blocker and Diehl is that. At 62 265, he will run through defenders and blast monster holes. Use him for what he is: a monster run blocker and you wont be sorry.