You could be right steelz09, but drafting a player like Warmack makes sense to me in that we would have the potential to dominate the interior of that line. With that our run game improves as well.
If we draft a OLB which we do need I doubt we are dominate with that unit without James Harrison no matter who we draft at OLB. We need to fill the ILB spot as well.
And just for the record, I agree with you that even if Warmack is there I doubt the Steelers would take him, its just that I would love to see him picked.
Dwyer is not a starting running back in this league.
I know that very well, we need a feature back but could use a feature LG as well.
what if eric fisher is sitting there? I could swallow that a lot better than another OG. I'm not sure what they have in gilbert, so it might be interesting if fisher is available at 17.
Those issues won't occur for 3-4 years. Use the dominant OL they would be in the meantime and sort that out at that time.
Warmack is a good football player. In a "normal" offseason I could see the Pick. If he is there as the highest rated player I still think the Steelers will be looking to get out. If they can't, they will stick to their board. Come draft time...You may all know what I'm talking about. There may be more holes on this roster than ever before in recent memory. The Steelers may not even have the option of signing a guy for vet min to fill any holes. The draft is your plugger now with the new CBA and the Steelers "reload" will be full swing.
As far as G, draft Brian Winters in the 3rd and you may have that missing piece on the OL.