Obviously after seeing Reggie Bush's nice run, the RB fans went wild and pointed the fingers at the Texans for their foolishness for not drafting Bush. However, there were a large amount of folks here who wanted VY...some saying that they would even give up their season tickets if we didn't draft him. The Texans looked terrific in the opener and that is the most important thing. But after watching Young's debut, I am THRILLED that the Texans made the absolute right choice not taking him. I mentioned in previous posts the problems with Young and they all surfaced last night in spades.... His arm strength is NOT what people make it to be. He cannot throw precise passes. He cannot throw in the pocket. He drops down with his arm ridiculously low...this won't go away soon. He shows and showed VERY poor vision and decision making. Last night he held on to the ball ridiculously long. The NFL network guys actually praised him for doing so and even showed a highlight of him waltzing around looking for a receiver. They lauded his ability to move in the pocket and find an open guy and said that he would have to do that because the Titan offensive line was bad. Well, on the play in question, he was in the pocket for four seconds. In the NFL, that ball needs to be out. He read the laces on the ball and then went on his scramble fest. There were two offensive holding penalties on the play BECAUSE of his scrambling. He showed very poor judgement and even a large dose of awkwardness when he scrambled to his left and got injured. That was hideous. I think so many people thought of the "upside" and "potential" of Young that they ignored his limitations...which are plenty. I said it before and I'll say it again. He did not throw a single NFL pass in the National Championship game and the plays he made in that game will not happen in the NFL. He scrambled out of the pocket the one time and the NFL network (which is quickly resembling the rah rah rooting tendencies of ESPN) showed his three yard run seventeen times. At the very least, there can be no VY fan today saying that they were impressed by anything that they saw last night. What does a National Championship game against USC mean translated into the NFL? 4-for-11 and 56 yards. Like the Championship game, Young showed his ability to avoid interceptions as two Saints were unable to come up with the crooked rainbow VY floated into the end zone.