7. Houston Texans Bob McNair: Since bringing football back to Houston at the start of the decade, McNair has done virtually everything right, with one glaring exception: The team still hasnt produced a winning record, though things are looking up on that front. That McNair has somehow managed to rank third in sponsorship money and, according to Forbes magazine last September, fourth in franchise value ($1.043 billion), is a testament to his business acumen. Hes also an accomplished problem-solver on a league level, despite the bad rap he gets from many of his small-market peers, who wrongly believe the report he submitted as the chair of the leagues economic committee two years ago (before the labor agreement was extended) was skewed toward his big-market brethren. Bottom line: The man wants to win desperately, and before too long hell figure it out. Well, I thought we had a winning record (8-8 in 2007-2008 season)...anyways, I think the Texans success has been due in part because of Mr. McNair, one of the most patient owners in the league who I thank for bringing football back to Houston. http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news;_y...nersrankingsparttwo072308&prov=yhoo&type=lgns I'll Draft This Man Anyday!