If I were Houston, I would not take him. The way I see it, sending Bush to Houston in it's current state would be like burning hundred dollar bills up to watch the flame burn green. Any RB, IMO, would suffer with that OL. If they take bush, they probably ruin him in that offense, lose him after a few seasons to another team and sacrafice Carr in the process. Some might say that if they took Bush, it would help Carr but not in the case of that team, IMO. A running game can help a QB tremendously but the running game starts at the OL. They simply have to get OL help before they end up killing Carr all together. I doubt Carr can take many more season like the one's he's suffered through. There comes a point in the life of a QB when you just can't save him, regardless of talent. There are only so many hits in a guy before he's ruined and I think Carr is getting there.
Now the Jets, SF or the Packers, that could be a very different story. The Jets have a pretty good OL and running game. Depending on what they do at QB, Bush could be a real nice pick. You bring in a guy like say Kitna from Cincy and draft Bush and you might have something. SF and the West Coast would be a great offense for Reggie Bush. His pass catching ability together with Smith's mobility would be very difficult to stop. They could be good for a long time. A team like the Packers with a Vet QB like Favre might be incented to stick it out for a season or two if they had a weapon in the backfield like Bush. Also a WC offense, that would be a very nice fit IMO. IMO, Arizona would probably be the best situation for Bush. If the Cardinals could somehow trade up to get Bush and perhaps work something out with Minnesota for Culpepper, that would be a scary offense indeed. There receiving corps along with a QB and Bush out of the backfield would be a nightmare.