Yes, its the question everyone wants to know. Where did this season all go wrong? Well, I have been researching this topic for the past couple of days and have come to this conclusion and 1 prime culprit. Here we go. Expansion Draft: The Houton Texans select Tony Boselli with the 1st overall pick and Ryan Young with the 2nd. The Texans then say they have the most important peice of the franchise entact without ever having to go through free agency or a rookie draft: the tackles. Boselli never took a snap for the Texans, even though he is still counting on today's cap number, and Young only stayed for one season. He is currently retired. The Texans never got "insurance" even though they knew Boselli might never take a snap. Supplemental Draft: Many NFL teams never use the once a year NFL supplemental draft. The Houston Texans seem to waste away vauable draft picks in this draft. Do Milford Brown and Tony Hollings ring any bells? While Milford Brown has become a half-way decent backup, he will never become a starter like the Texans hoped he would after wasting a 6th round 2003 draft pick when experts said he had 1st round potentinal coming out of Florida State. More noteably was Tony Hollings. A senior at Georiga Tech, Hollings had torn is ACL in his senior season after rushing for a whopping 628 yards in 4 games. The problems: Holling was a former Cornerback playing RB for the first time. The pick we used him at the time would have been #64. After the Raiders disapointing season after their Superbowl appereance, it would have been pick #33. Hollings has never rushed for over 50 yards in any game. Draft Day Trades Gone Bad: After selecting David Carr and Andre Johnson the 1st two years in the 1st round, the Texans went defensive with in their 3rd year. They started with Duante Robinson, argubably one of the best defenders on the team today. Then, the Texans made a surprising trade with Tennesse when they came on the clock with pick #28. The Texans traded their 2nd, 2 3rds, and 4th round picks for 1 1st round pick to select Jason Babin. Babin was a DE who would play OLB in the pass rushing 3-4. Babin hasn't lived up to first round hype, and has lost his job to Shaunte Orr, a 7th round pick. He now is used only on pass rushing situations. This offseason, the Texans traded their 2nd and 3rd round picks to Oakland for Phillip Buchanon. Although the Texans heard reports that he couldn't cover or hit, they still liked the guy who had 6 touchdowns in his career. The Texans where then left with only 2 picks on the the first day of the draft. Buchanon is currently on IR, most likely suffering for the bruises of the hits that he didn't make. WTF Draft Picks: Bennie Joppru has never played a down for the Texans, even though he was a 2nd round draft pick. Seth Wand out of Divison III? That secret could have been kept until the 4th round. Has Vernad Morency even gotten any looks after being a 3rd rounder? Free Agency Gone Wild: The Texans have never made any big offseason signings, sticking with the saying "Drafts build teams" which is true. But when you don't have good drafts........... Steve McKinney was signed in the Texans first offseason....He lost his job to a rookie 4th round center. Todd Wade was a big signing to help the offensive line at the RT spot, he is so slow my grandma could get around him. Morlon Greenwood was supposed to help the run defense up the middle, thats were its been the weakest this season, and Robaire Smith only looks like a Pro Bowler if we play Tennesse. And has anybody heard where Stacey Mack and Charile Clemons have disapeared to? Or Eric Brown or even Matt Stevens? Players Let Go: Jamie Sharper was supposed to be too slow and too old. After he left I guess thats why our run defense got worse. Aaron Glenn was cut loose after the Buchanon trade. He is now covering receivers for Dallas in the middle of a playoff hunt, while we have Jason Bell covering receivers opposite Robinson. Man behind the problem: Charlie Casserly. You look back over the years and he has made some of the dumbest moves imaginable. The ones that stick out in my mind the most are Tony Hollings, Jason Babin, and Philip Buchanon. Those guys are easily to blame for our 1-10 record. The draft picks we wasted to get those 3 busts was 7. Yes we wasted 7 draft picks for those guys. That in itself is the reason Casserly should be shown the door. Wasting draft picks, not fixing a terrible offensive line, not giving Dominak Davis and this running game a power back, are just some of the blunders he has made. He has done some great things here, but the mistakes weigh heavier. If I was Bob McNair, I know what move at the end of the season I would make.