First, let me say that I have sent my letter to Mr. McNair following the Redskins game remarking my disaapointment that this team was not even being competitive, as well as not drafting Reggie Bush. He returned my letter with a handwritten note that said, "Pro football is not for the faint of heart. The Texans will get there and you will be glad you were along for the ride when we do." Second, I know it is a dead horse, but I still believe the right pick would have been Reggie Bush, as he makes everyone around him better. Afterall, the Saints did have a pretty good running back wearing #26 when they drafted Bush. Now, how many of us really expected this team to win more than four or five games this season? It seems to me that they are right where they were expected to be. And, think of this, the Texans are only about four plays away from being 8-5 instead of 4-9. Where am I getting this thought? See below: @ Tenn - Obviously a winnable game but for the turnovers. And, even with them all, they were still in it at the end. @ Giants - Went to the Meadowlands and almost took down a pretty good Giants team that was playing quite well at the time. v. Buffalo - How do you let that drive at the end of the game happen? v. Tenn - Another winnable game that got away. Think about how close they have been after coming of the 2 win season last year. With the parity in the NFL right now, this franchise is on track to make a legitimate run at a Wild Card berth by 2008 or 2009. Keep the faith. BTW...I need to change my signature as that was from the Dom Capers era.