I really find this interesting. The Texans, coached by Gary Kubiak, a retired NFL QB, trades an established journeyman QB named Sage Rosenfels to the Vikings. Then they take John David Booty, a tall USC QB, off of the Vikings practice squad and place him on their practice squad ( after the required three weeks). Then they cut John David Booty this year and hire Matt Leinart, a tall USC QB, to compete for the #2 QB job behind often injured Matt Schaub.
I don't know what Gary Kubiak thinks he can do with Matt Leinart. Maybe a lot, maybe nothing. But he sure isn't afraid to try things. I don't know if that is a good or bad thing. The Houston w/l record has been totally dependent on Shaub's health. Pretty much like every NFL team, being dependent on the health of their starting QB.