If Not David Carr, Then Who, Back In 2002?

I asked this last night on Twitter as part of our #TTTQ, but I wanted to post the query here for those of you who don't utilize that forum (which you totally should, if for no other reason than to interact with all your favorite least hated BRB personalities):

#TTTQ: Back in '02, were you in favor of #Texans taking David Carr with the first overall pick? Why or why not?

Here's a link to the results of the 2002 NFL Draft if you need to jog your memory. Note that the question asks who you wanted back in 2002. Thus, you don't have the benefit of hindsight. Sure, Ed Reed would have been an infinitely better choice in retrospect, but no one was talking about Reed as the first overall pick back then. So be honest: Who did you want the Texans to take with that first overall pick of the 2002 NFL Draft?

Bonus points if someone can outdo BFD's reply to my tweet last night:
Saying @CharleyCasserly is a draft expert is like saying Edward Smith is a shipping expert: just ignore the catastrophes.
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