Nice… You can almost envision Arian’s only draft criterion being BSP (Bubble Screen Potential).
Guess this is more an indication of where the Steelers running game is going- RB rotation with Dwyer/Redman/Rainey next season.
Wouldn't be surprised if there is a 4th name added to the list, mid-round type draft pick. Not a lot of financial investment in the group, but decent production.
In the end, if all the RB's average between 3.5 & 4 yards a pop, the job is done. Ben & the WR's ARE the Offense, the running game just needs to take the heat off in tight games.
This is a game where I expect big things from Dwyer (though I realize it's against the Ravens).
He's fresh, he's out to prove something (that he can hold on to the ball), and it's a bright lights game. Signs point to him stepping up. As a talent, I think he is our best back right now. Better than Redman for sure (I wasn't saying that before the season started), and better than Mendenhall as he is.
I don't give a damn if Mendenhall is a genius. If he's so smart then maybe he can use his brains to figure out a few things. #1 How to stop his tap dancing and useless spin moves #2 How to read his blocks #3 How to hold onto the ball. Apparently, he hasn't been smart enough to figure those 3 things out throughout his career.
Now, onto Wallace. If he gets "hurt" by this then he has absolutely no mental toughness. I wonder if Wallace can answer me two questions.
How many "elite" receivers are listed as co-starters with the typical #3 receiver?
How many co-starters (with the #3 receiver) are making over 11 million / year?
Mike Wallace's stats this season so far:
47 receptions for 572 yards and 6 TDs
Eric Dekker's stats this season so far:
54 receptions for 685 yards and 8 TDs
Mike Wallace shouldn't even be demanding Eric Dekker $ this off-season...
mendy fumbles 2 times in 4 carries.. garbage.. adios!
I'll always remember him for the Superbowl..