Here is the draft order:
- Kansas City (2-14)
- Jacksonville (2-14)
- Oakland (4-12)
- Philadelphia (4-12)
- Detroit (4-12)
- Cleveland (5-11)
- Arizona (5-11)
- Buffalo (6-10)
- New York Jets (6-10)
- Tennessee (6-10)
- San Diego (7-9)
You can make a case that every team in the top 11 needs a LT desperately except for the Jets, Cleveland, and Buffalo. That leaves eight teams he could go to in the top 10.
KC, AZ, and NYJ are the teams that need a QB like yesterday. AZ isn't picking one because the Bidwells still want Kolb to work out.
Likely landing spots for Fisher could be: Oakland, Jacksonville, Philadelphia, Detroit, Arizona, Tennessee, and San Diego.
San Diego in particular has an atrocious LT situation. You think they are just going to give-up Fisher for a 2nd round pick? Puh lease. You are California Dreamin and don't even know it.
Hate to tell you, teams aren't going to give up a franchise LT to protect Rivers (A major problem this year). If Fisher was to be available at 11, SD would want way more than a 2nd rounder next year to give him up to the Steelers.Quote:
They may not. They may rather get Lance Johnson LT at 17 and add a pick.
However, if the Steelers can trade up to grab a player they absolutely view as BPA and an areas of need, I'm all for it.