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    Re: Anthony Dixon...the Next Great Steeler power back

    Eye-Sack Red-Man. If he doesn't get it done, put Frank the Tank at RB to compliment Mendenhall.
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    Re: Anthony Dixon...the Next Great Steeler power back

    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Pittsburgh
    Eye-Sack Red-Man. If he doesn't get it done, put Frank the Tank at RB to compliment Mendenhall.
    What we know is Frank can't play FB. I have never seen a guy wiff so badly on blocks in my life.

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    Re: Anthony Dixon...the Next Great Steeler power back

    I heard that we signed Redman again. Does anyone know how his blocking skills are? I bet with a man on man line approach and a FB, we get feared by the league.
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    Re: Anthony Dixon...the Next Great Steeler power back

    Although I like Gerhardt, I see him being the next Tommy Vardell. Probably will be drafted too high, will be servicable, but his best years are already behind him. I hope he turns into a Alstott type guy, but I don't see it.

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    Re: Anthony Dixon...the Next Great Steeler power back

    Speaking of Gerhart, it is tough to be a bad@$$ with a name like Toby.

    He needs a nickname. When someone calls him Toby, he should defiantly say "Kunta Kinte" instead.


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    2.56 FS Damarious Randall, 5'11" 196 lbs., Arizona State
    3.87 TE Clive Walford, 6'4" 251 lbs., Miami
    4.121 DE Henry Anderson, 6'6" 294 lbs., Stanford
    5.160 WR Titus Davis, 6'1" 196 lbs., Central Michigan
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    Re: Anthony Dixon...the Next Great Steeler power back

    What is it with wanting to draft offensive players? We have already proven we cannot score enough to make up for our weak defense so why not go defense in the first 4 rounds?

    Safety, DT, CB, LB....with rules favoring the WR the only equalizer is a strong and relentless pass rush. We are seeing the result in these playoff games. If the rush gets to the QB you have a better than even chance to win the game.

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    Re: Anthony Dixon...the Next Great Steeler power back

    Quote Originally Posted by NorthCoast
    What is it with wanting to draft offensive players? We have already proven we cannot score enough to make up for our weak defense so why not go defense in the first 4 rounds?

    Safety, DT, CB, LB....with rules favoring the WR the only equalizer is a strong and relentless pass rush. We are seeing the result in these playoff games. If the rush gets to the QB you have a better than even chance to win the game.
    It won't happen...we will take value and we have holes on O.

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