If we just take Reggie with the #1 pick, when Reggie comes in, I have no doubt he could help this team win 6 or 7 games(anything more than 6 or 7 games would be a stretch), even with an upgraded line. How does that help this team though, if we don't make the playoffs? Reggie is the type of player that is more suited to add to an actually contending team. The Texans are not a viable playoff team, no matter who they take. So why not take something that can become the starter in 2 or 3 years max and play at least 10 more years? If we were just that close, I would say take Reggie hands down, but we are not. Some people might try and argue the fact that we are not close to a playoff caliber team. Well I tell those people to look at what teams didn't make this year, namely the Chargers and Kansas City. Both those teams won 10 games and didn't make the playoffs. Also the fact that we play in the division of the Colts, that means that for at least the next 2 years, we are playing for a wildcard spot. That means we have to beat out teams like Kansas City, San Diego or Denver, also teams like Pitt. or Cincinnati. To tell you the truth we aren't better than the Bills or Miami or the Jets for that matter. Carr may stay the starter for the next couple of years, but after that he will be worthless. The Texans are not going to the playoffs in the next 2 years and aren't going to solve the OL problems in the next 2 years either (although it will get better). Carr will be lucky if he isn't a vegetable in the next 2 or 3 years. That means that we will be looking for a QB no matter what in 2 or 3 years when our OL can develop and WR's and our D and most importantly or coaching staff. Everyone seems to forget that we are probably going to get an overhaul on Defense. It will take a few years to get everything in place on the OL and the Defense, and that just happens to be about the time that Vince will be primed and ready to go. Unless someone can tell me how the Texans can go from a 70 sack team to a 20 sack team, we aren't going anywhere anytime soon. Vince is the future.