Maybe this doesn't qualify as "news," but it's always nice to see that the team is on the same page as its fans:
"In no certain order," Kubiak said, "we're looking for a young left tackle to develop. Our running back situation has to be solidified. We're looking for a back that's going to be here for a long, long time. It's no secret that we're looking for help in the secondary. That's a priority, too."
And while Rick Smith seems to be a fan of the combine, it would appear that Kubiak is cut more from the "do it on the field" cloth:
"I like to scout on film," Kubiak said. "I don't think there's a better way to evaluate a player. That's the way I was brought up, and that's the way I'm most comfortable doing it. We can get film and statistics and other information on players, but I like to use the combine to sit down with them for 15 minutes and just talk to them and get a feel for them. I want to imagine while I'm talking with them if I can envision them playing with guys like DeMeco (Ryans) and Mario (Williams)."
We've asked this question a million times, and we're sure to ask it a million more until Roger Goodell announces what the Texans are doing with the eighteenth pick in the draft. Still, fire away in the Comments below: As of today, what do the Texans do at No. 18? What about in the rest of the draft? What should they do?