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Topic: Texans Trading Out of First?
 Russ Bliss_108
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Post Date: 02/28/06 14:37
It would make a lot of sense if they did. The Houston Texans have more pressing needs than another undersized RB who might not be able to carry the ball 20+ times consistently. They exercised the option on David Carr, so QB isn't an area of need (besides, I am still looking forward to seeing what David Carr can do if he doesn't get hit and knocked down 100+ times in a season). Their big area of need? Offensive Line.

Altough the Jets deny the rumors they were interested in moving up to get Matt Leinart, the 4th overall pick is ideal for the Texans. They'd likely get D'Brickashaw Ferguson there, and if they got the Jets second round pick as well, they'd have two in the top 5 of the second round as well. Even if they moved down a little further, they could still get Winston Justice and extra picks this draft, plus likely another first rounder next year.

It makes so much sense and would be good for that team. They have Carr, Domanick Davis, and Andre Johnson. The next big piece of the puzzle offensively for them is on their offensive line. There's also going to be some good ones in free agency, so if they moved down in the first round, and signed a solid free agent offensive lineman, they'd be a much better team then if they drafted Reggie Bush.
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Post Date: 03/01/06 08:59
The problem is- your right- it does make sense. Which is why they will not do it! We all know you don't find Left tackles very easily and usually, they are there for 10 years. I would agree D'Brickashaw is the perfect fit- because it makes two players better: D. Davis and D.Carr.

Guarantee - D. Davis gets a 1,000 yards next year and Carr's sacks are cut in half if they do it right.
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