I attached this pole to the thread just to annoy myself and others. signed anonymous I understand this point but my main concern is I would rather have a SB win than a 2000 yard RB. I want Houston to win multiple superbowls in the future. IMO Football, unlike basketball, is the ultimate team sport and I just dont see any one person making a "Michael Jordan" impact on football. LT is a great player and I would love to watch him play for the Texans but how many SB wins does he have? Let me name some more: T.O., Manning ect...Your answer might be: its not their fault! My reply is: it does not matter. It might be worth getting him now and worrying about the rest positions later but for how many years are they going to have to stink before we can upgrade the rest of the team. Look at the last five years of superbowls and tell me just one player that was the difference in those seasons. So, my question is, can one player have a "Michael Jordan" effect on a football team?