Ok let's say we end the season 2-14 with the first pick in the NFL draft. First, we fire Capers and Casserly, and bring in a younger, motivated coach. I would prefer one from a college team, but a successful teams OC would also do. I say younger, because other than Parcells, it seems the best coaches recently have been the younger ones (Marvin Lewis, for exmaple) Anyways, this coach hires his own crew of OC, DC, etc etc. We give him whatever he wants at this point. Draft Day: We trade the first pick of the NFL draft to the Arizona Cardianls for the 4th pick, a 3rd rounder, and their first rounder in 2007. The Cardinals choose Matt Leinart #1, the Vikings choose Reggie Bush #2, and the 49ers choose the BA wide receiver with the #3. The Houston Texans then draft the BPA LT (probably ferguson). We then package one of our 3rd rounders from this year with our cardinals first rounder from next year and trade it to a team drafting in the late teens, early 20's for their first round pick this year. With that pick, the Texans draft the best possible TE available. 2nd round, pick 1, the Texans draft BPA Center or ILB 3rd round pick 1, the Texans trade this pick (plus 5th) to Redskins for LaVarr Arrington 3rd round pick whatever, the Texans draft best available OL (Guard) 4th round, pick 1, Texans draft best CB available 5th round, pick 1, Package this pick with 3rd round pick for Arrington 6th round, pick 1, Texans draft BPA 7th round, pick 1, Texans draft BPA, plain and simple again Then, in Free Agency, the Texans attempt to sign at least one OL who is above average (RT, Guard, Center), one WR who is as close to a legitimate #2 as possible (there are always lots available during FA), a FS to backup Coleman, and a KR/PR if Mathis hasn't come into his own. If possible, we should also try and sign a declining veteran (think Sharper, Glenn, Boulware, etc) who is going to cost his team too much to sign. At this point, we need the leadership, and even if they come overpriced and old, the mentorship is what is important. Another corner would be ideal, but may be difficult. McCallisters contract is up though... Then our depth chart would look something like this: LT: Rookie (Ferguson); Wand LG: Pitts; McKinney C: Rookie/FA; Hogdon RG: Wiegart; Brown RT: Wade; FA QB: Carr; Ragone; Banks HB: Davis, Morency, Wells FB: Norris, Wells TE: Rookie/Joppru Z Receiver: Johnson X Receiver: Gaffney/FA Slot: Armstrong/Mathis (Gaffney if we don't sign someone) 4th/5th receiver: Whoever is left LE: Walker/Johnson (depending on TJ finishes the year) DT: Payne; Johnson (he was NT in college) RE: Smith; We could use Babin as a 3rd down DE like he was in college ROLB: Arrington LOLB: Babin/Peek Strong Side ILB: Greenwood/Rookie Weak Side ILB: Whichever of those two is worse at tackling/better at coverage CB1: Robinson CB2: Buchannon/Faggins/Free Agent/Rookie FS: Coleman SS: Early; Brown; Rookie IMO this would make me extremely happy and with the new coaching change, we could have an awesome year! Go Texans of 2007!