Don’t read too much into the Steelers OTA’s
The 2nd week of OTA’s for the Steelers this offseason raises more questions than answers. Honestly, that’s how it should be. These organized team activities are not training camp. This is not the time that you set your starting lineups for the coming season. It’s not a time to nail down your starting rotation on the offensive line, defensive line, or any other position.
Still, like clockwork each year, everyone loves to read into this part of the offseason and speculate what’s going to happen. I can’t tell you how many blog entries I’ve read over the last 2 weeks, some I greatly respect and others I have zero respect for, that are trying to figure out who’s starting where and when. If you know us here at SA you know who we’re talking about in that statement.
I don’t care what your name is or who you work for, trying to figure out the OTA’s can be a confusing ordeal. Inevitably you’re going to come to a consensus with ...
Source: Yardbarker: Pittsburgh Steelers