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pittpete
11-30-2010, 07:48 PM
let Woodley walk and cut Hines next year to get Larry Fitzgerald?
Discuss :wink:

Crash
11-30-2010, 07:53 PM
I would wait on Harrison's situation before I make any choice on Woodley.

I could see James retiring, I really could, especially if we win another one.

Crash
11-30-2010, 07:54 PM
But I would say this, if we are going to trading #1 picks? I kick Denver's tires and see what they'd want for Bailey.

hawaiiansteel
11-30-2010, 08:07 PM
But I would say this, if we are going to trading #1 picks? I kick Denver's tires and see what they'd want for Bailey.


I would be willing to swap #1 draft picks with Denver and throw in Arnaz Battle, Trai Essex, Tony Hills and Matt Spaeth for Champ Bailey. :D

Sugar
11-30-2010, 08:07 PM
Nope

Shawn
11-30-2010, 08:32 PM
For Fitz? Yeah. Can you imagine Wallace, and Fitz? Good luck covering that.

Woodley is a great LBr but we have Worilds in the wings. I would do that trade and not look back.

JTP53609
11-30-2010, 08:58 PM
yes!!. woodley is a great community guy though, he is the defensive version of batch...great player too!! but fitz and wallace, yikes... it would be tough cutting hines..

flippy
11-30-2010, 09:33 PM
No. Defense + Big Ben = Championships.

We'll be fine with Wallace, Sanders, and some cheap WR.

As the NFL changes it's rules, I would be for targeting cover CBs as our top priority.

Plus Woodley adds more to championship football than Larry.

RuthlessBurgher
11-30-2010, 10:17 PM
But I would say this, if we are going to trading #1 picks? I kick Denver's tires and see what they'd want for Bailey.

Champ Bailey?

The same Champ Bailey that will be entering his 13th season in the league?

:wft

Dee Dub
12-01-2010, 01:20 AM
let Woodley walk and cut Hines next year to get Larry Fitzgerald?
Discuss :wink:


In a heart beat!!! Are you kidding me? The Steelers have never had a problem replacing outside linebackers. The Steelers have never had a receiver like Larry Fitzgerald. Those dont grow on trees.

And I am the one at the Trib who was calling for Woodley to be drafted by the Steelers a year before he entered the draft.

The kid Worilds will suffice.

But cutting Hines is not a good PR move. You ask him to retire and offer him a generous position within the organization.

Steelskin
12-01-2010, 08:36 AM
Absolutely.

OK, so I'm a little bias (see sig :Bow ), but in all seriousness, this guy is an elite talent in the league; the same class as Andre and Calvin Johnson. He doesn't just let the ball fall in his lap, he goes and gets the football on every play, no matter how far or how how high it is. He's the perfect size/speed combo. He's also a GREAT community guy and very dedicated to his fans via twitter (in a good way, not an OchoCinco way lol).

It probably won't happen, but this is the kind of guy the Steelers could really use.

As to the others discussing Bailey, I'd rather just use our first on a corner...

Mister Pittsburgh
12-01-2010, 08:58 AM
I would. Woodley is just going to get slower as the years go on, making him pretty one dimensional. Fitzgerald, is a game changer.

Oviedo
12-01-2010, 09:01 AM
No. Defense + Big Ben = Championships.

We'll be fine with Wallace, Sanders, and some cheap WR.

As the NFL changes it's rules, I would be for targeting cover CBs as our top priority.

Plus Woodley adds more to championship football than Larry.

I agree but I have a very bad feeling that LeBeau is going to walk away and leave us with a mess on defense because he has not kept that side of the ball primed with young players ready to step into his defense which IMO is too complex. If anything it is so complex we are now fooling ourselves but not other team's passing attacks.

SteelBucks
12-01-2010, 09:02 AM
I would. Woodley is just going to get slower as the years go on, making him pretty one dimensional. Fitzgerald, is a game changer.

You're talking as if Woodley is over the hill. IMO, his best playing days are ahead of him. I love what Fitz would bring to the team but defense wins championships.

Mister Pittsburgh
12-01-2010, 01:06 PM
I would. Woodley is just going to get slower as the years go on, making him pretty one dimensional. Fitzgerald, is a game changer.

You're talking as if Woodley is over the hill. IMO, his best playing days are ahead of him. I love what Fitz would bring to the team but defense wins championships.

Yes, 'as the years go on' = today. :roll:

Nice reading comprehension skills.

NW Steeler
12-01-2010, 01:22 PM
I would. Woodley is just going to get slower as the years go on, making him pretty one dimensional. Fitzgerald, is a game changer.


Woodley seems pretty one dimensional already. He has been disappointing this year. Whether it is all on him or partially because of the scheme LeBeau is running, I don't know. That said, all it would take is for him to CRUSH Flaccid Boy two or three times on Sunday and I would be his biggest fan again!

:ratsuck

sentinel33
12-01-2010, 02:25 PM
i certainly would love fitzgerald. getting a pitt panther back in the area would be huge. havent even mentioned what he could do for the offense because that is pretty obvious.
bailey will be 34 in '11. no thanks.
and if we cant get fitzgerald, we should go after S. Rice. could get him on the cheap. probably would like to continue having quality qb's throwin the ball his way instead of old men and unproven commoditys. kinda like fitzgerald.
would like to keep woodley but not if we have to break the bank.

drprwnap
12-01-2010, 02:25 PM
I would. Woodley is just going to get slower as the years go on, making him pretty one dimensional. Fitzgerald, is a game changer.

You're talking as if Woodley is over the hill. IMO, his best playing days are ahead of him. I love what Fitz would bring to the team but defense wins championships.

With a$$hole godell changing the rules, the above statement will no longer be true. God forbid you hit someone hard and play intimidating defense :x

Dee Dub
12-01-2010, 02:42 PM
But I would say this, if we are going to trading #1 picks? I kick Denver's tires and see what they'd want for Bailey.

Champ Bailey?

The same Champ Bailey that will be entering his 13th season in the league?

:wft

Yeah the one who will be 33 next season. I'm with you on this one. No way!

Jonathan Joseph or Richard Marshall. Both unrestricted free agents and both young, productive corners.

SteelBucks
12-02-2010, 12:24 AM
[quote="Mister Pittsburgh":2e8jog9k]I would. Woodley is just going to get slower as the years go on, making him pretty one dimensional. Fitzgerald, is a game changer.

You're talking as if Woodley is over the hill. IMO, his best playing days are ahead of him. I love what Fitz would bring to the team but defense wins championships.

Yes, 'as the years go on' = today. :roll:

Nice reading comprehension skills.[/quote:2e8jog9k]

:roll: