He has MEangelo Hall ranked at 8, Leigh Bodden at 15 and Mcfadden at 17 ?!?!. Revis is down at 6. I'll cut him some slack as he did this ranking before this season but still... And Trufant at 11?....I know he;s been thought of as a skilled cb but he as been absolutely scorched on a regular basis (I lived in the NW for 3 years and would get seahag games whne he came into the league).Originally Posted by steelerkeylargo
I agree. He is not worth the money his agent thinks he deserves.Originally Posted by stlrz d
If he's not going to support the run, then I'm not certain that I have any use for him...
He can have all the talent in the world (and he just might) but if the Steelers are going to give up draft picks and pay a huge contract, the guy better go balls out every single play...
Actually, my post was NOT about you...but, if the shoe fits, feel free to lace that &!+€# up and wear it.
If you could get him for a second-rounder and a not-too-outrageous price, I'd pull the trigger. Have Hines and Harrison school him about aggression and hitting.
Plus, he's not that great. Brandon Marshall wiped his a$s with Cromartie quite badly.Originally Posted by Slapstick
Guys and gals,
If you play fantasy football, go to the FF forum here and read my thread. I'd appreciate some feedback on it.
Check out that zone blocking by AF and the interior line.
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"It would probably require the right draft pick (or picks) for the Browns, Ravens or Steelers to lure Cromartie from San Diego. It's too early at this point to know for sure if AFC North teams are interested. But Cromartie would provide an instant upgrade as a starting cornerback on any of these three aforementioned teams."
Unless they're hoping he'll provide run support as well.Originally Posted by steelerkeylargo