It's a fact that Denver has favored versatile linemen with good footwork to man the O-Line and master the zone blocking scheme. They preach agility, technique, and timing over bulk. Kubiak loves to put his QB on the move. How do you think this all affects Vince's potential in such an offense? Personally, I think the ability for Young's linemen to adjust to his mobility could be huge. A perfectly matched line might enable him to put up 1000 yards rushing. The idea of the zone blocking scheme is to stretch the D and open a cutback lane. The same thing happens with Young rolling out... spies are in pursuit, defense has to pick their poison: Young hitting the corner, throwing down the field, or hitting his man in the middle. IMO, you'd get some huge gashes for a speedy WR to exploit. The more I think about the way Denver does things, the better I think Vince could fit in Houston. I don't know if it's my optimism just gettin the better of me, but I feel like people are overlooking how well Kubiak could utilize a guy like Young. It's been said that if you draft Young, you have to tailor an offense to his abilities. He's not a prototypical QB, and probably wouldn't be great simply dropping back, making his progressions, and scrambling when everything breaks down. With a weapon like Young you need to be proactive with his abilities, that is, not drop him back and just rely on his athleticism to avoid the rush, but to use his running ability and proficiency in throwing on the move to put pressure on the defense. That's what Denver does. Pressures the defense, forces them into a compromised position, and capitalizes on mistakes. Maybe this is just my hope for VY in Texans gear getting the best of me, making everything turn up roses, but there's a chance Kubiak is intrigued by the possibilities too. Of course there are those concerned with the durability of a QB on the move a lot. Maybe there's something there, but if safety is the concern I'd rather have a great big athlete in space than have him standing in the pocket all the time, surrounded by D-line men and blitzing linebackers. Vince was relatively conservative running this year, seldom exposing himself to hits.