Selfishly, I really hope they do trade down. There has been a lot of discussion that this year is great for OTs, so they could drop down a few picks and get a 2006 1st (like SD for Manning or Vick). They could even repackage that 2006 1st to move up from #33 to grab a second highly rated OT.I would hate to see DD (he is a keeper for me) lose potentially all of his value in my PPR league when in 2004 he was the #3 RB, behind Tiki and only 1 point behind LT. He was #13 in 2003 despite being the starter in only 10 games. This year he is #11 and that includes missing 2 games and the fact that Houston is on pass to score 70 points (almost 12 TDs) less than 2004.And (this is key) pay a king's ransom for that given that Bush is the player they're inevitably trading up for. This is why I think Houston could in fact trade down, because they could receive this and next year's 1st's, as well as this year's 2nd and 3rd or thereabouts, and all from a team that's drafting early in each round.Any of the teams currently lookin at the #3, #4 and #5 spots would probably be willing to move up for Bush.
I really, really hope Houston parlays the Reggie Bush hype into two stud OTs or the best OT and best OG in the draft. If so, I think DD is going to be a top 10 RB, especially in PPR leagues, for quite a few years.
I saw another thread earlier where someone mentioned that no one will be watching the SF/Houston game in Week 17, but I will be. I can't see SF passing on Bush if they lose to Houston since they just invested a ton in Alex Smith and Houston can draft Leinart, OL or anybody else they want.