@Dedlift they are above 20 now.... Honestly would put them higher, if Mr Floyd pans out like Aldon smith before the trouble, it will be easy to see them as a top 10 team this year, given they have a plethora of stand up ends who can play. They put a lot into depth which is always important with injuries in the pros, and the bears could be on of the deepest teams this year, not the best but deepest and sometimes those deep teams make deep playoff runs.
The Colts are not a top 5 team. They are like the Saints where yes that offense can be potent, but with the defense being super porous (90 points in 2 games) and not defensive talent being added the typical 30 points per game won't be enough. With the Texans and Jags adding all that talent they will be lucky to win that division as well.
Limited experience dropping into pass coverage - liability
Tendency to quit if play is away from him
Still a work in progress after declaring a year early
Suspended by team for two games in 2009
Summary: Justin Houston caught a break when Georgia went to a 3-4 defense this past season. It gave him the opportunity to showcase his ability to stand up as a pass-rushing outside linebacker. Teams running a hybrid scheme changing fronts will find him particularly appealing. More than any other trait, Houston's ability to get after the quarterback will put him on the radar early in the 2011 NFL Draft. On the down side, he might be limited to being a situational pass-rusher in the pros unless he can improve his all-around game.
Player Comparison: Terrell Suggs. One of the reasons I would like to see Houston drafted by the Baltimore Ravens is that Suggs is a similar player, which could expedite Houston's development. Houston's faster 40 at his Pro Day helped this comparison because the height/weight factor is already there. It is always uneasy comparing an unproven college player to an elite NFL talent, but Houston has shown signs of having similar qualities.