2014 NFL Draft: Who Should The Houston Texans Take With The First Pick Of The Draft?

Should the Texans get down with The Clown at No. 1? - Beth Hall-USA TODAY Sports

Assuming they do in fact use the first overall pick of the 2014 NFL Draft, who should the Houston Texans take? Texans fans weigh in via a poll and with their thoughts as they are in February of 2014.

It's been about a month since we last did this exercise. In light of all the talk about how to win Super Bowl and billboards, I reckon it's time to revisit the issue. Thus, I ask you again: Who should the Houston Texans draft with the first pick of the 2014 NFL Draft?

Before you rock the vote in the poll below and answer the question as best you can (considering the draft is still three months away), kindly abide by the following rule to frame your analysis:

We're assuming the Texans keep the first overall pick. In other words, they don't trade back. I know, I know...trading back is what all the cool kids do, and the Rams totally did it in 2012. Don't care. It takes two teams to trade, and this entire exercise is so speculative that we're not going to increase the uncertainty at this point. When you're casting your vote, do it with the understanding that the Texans are staying at No. 1.

What'll it be, BRB? Cast your virtual ballot and explain yourself in the Comments below.

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