The Texans are one of the hottest teams in the league, 8-3, with a two game lead over division rival Tennessee. They’ve won five straight and have the second largest point differential in the league, behind only the 11-0 Green Bay Packers (Packers – +155, Texans – +114). Arian Foster is running almost as well as he did last year, and their defense continues to be dominant after the loss of Mario Williams. So do they honestly need a quarterback? Franchise QB, Matt Schaub is out for the year, and so is backup Matt Leinart after he broke his left collarbone in the first half of yesterday’s victory. Rookie from North Carolina, T.J. Yates is penciled in as the starter with former Jets backup, Kellen Clemens, as the only other signed QB on the roster. Rumor has it that the Texans plan to contact former Chiefs QB, Brodie Croyle, as a possible signing this week. Let’s call a spade a spade here…those are three bad to mediocre QBs (Clemens probably being the best of the bunch). Is this a playoff team? Absolutely. Can they win a game with any of those QBs? Probably not. Are they Super Bowl contenders with any of those QBs? Definitely not. Would this team be better if Brett Favre was playing QB instead of these three? (nodding my head emphatically) When Peter King of Sports Illustrated asked Texans GM, Rick Smith, if he would call on Favre, Smith responded that he “didn’t want to bring the circus to town.” But when Gark Kubiak was asked the same question, he responded that he wouldn’t close the door on anyone. We all know Favre is old and washed up, but he makes for some great TV. He could certainly muster up a couple of big games by year end. I say do it….even if it is just for us to follow another phenomenal storyline. It would certainly make us pay more attention to the Texans than the Cowboys…don’t pretend like the Texans ownership wouldn’t love that.