The popular answer for that question will probably be Rex Grossman and for good reason. Other picks would be for guys like Jay Cutler, Tony Romo and Eli Manning. I'm going to go with the guy that I'll hear the most about with me living in southeast Texas, Matt Schaub. Rewind a year and a half. Carr and the Texans are coming off another disappointing season and fans are getting restless. The popular pick all along was Reggie Bush but the Vince Young bandwagon was quickly gaining steam. Young and the hometown Texans would have been perfect for each other much like Lebron James and Cleveland. Fans were actually calling in on sports radio shows saying they would be happy to sit through more losing seasons just to watch Vince Young develop and see the team built around him. They decided though to activate the rest of Carr's contract and draft Mario Williams. (I'll never say taking Williams over Bush was a mistake. I doubt Bush would have added a single win to their total last season and Williams wasn't exactly terrible while playing hurt for half the season. He might turn it on this year. But for the reasons I mentioned, passing on Young might be questioned very much in the future.) Now they've let Carr go and traded a 2008 2nd rounder for Schaub. I think he will have to show fans very quickly that he can lead the team to better things. While it's not this cut and dry, I think a lot of fans will look at it as the Texans chose Schaub over Vince Young. That's not fair to Matt but that's the way it is.