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    Wallace and Pouncey -- What we learned...

    We need more players from the SEC.

    Agree/disagree?


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    Re: Wallace and Pouncey -- What we learned...

    How about if we let young players actually play good things can happen!!!!!!

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    no love for Ramon Foster?

    mallets arm may be 1st pick, but his brain is more 3rd round.

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    Re: Wallace and Pouncey -- What we learned...

    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie Spaghetti
    no love for Ramon Foster?
    +1

    Ramon Foster definitely not the worst O-lineman on Steelers O-line.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grotonsteel
    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie Spaghetti
    no love for Ramon Foster?
    +1

    Ramon Foster definitely not the worst O-lineman on Steelers O-line.

    Yet 90% of this board hopes we draft Mike Pouncey to replace him

    If that is the case how good can Foster really be or is he a necessary evil like Darnell Stapleton?

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    tough question.

    if Foster can play(and i think he can) the 1st pick might be better spent on DL or CB.

    OTOH, the 2 pounceys lining up next to each other would be extremely formiddable. i trust the FO to weigh the options and make an informed decision.

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    Re: Wallace and Pouncey -- What we learned...

    Quote Originally Posted by Oviedo
    Quote Originally Posted by grotonsteel
    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie Spaghetti
    no love for Ramon Foster?
    +1

    Ramon Foster definitely not the worst O-lineman on Steelers O-line.

    Yet 90% of this board hopes we draft Mike Pouncey to replace him

    If that is the case how good can Foster really be or is he a necessary evil like Darnell Stapleton?
    absolutely. that way foster can go back to tackle where he belongs. I mean the other 10% want us to draft a tackle...


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    Quote Originally Posted by PSU_dropout43
    We need more players from the SEC.

    Agree/disagree?


    This is a trap, right? SEC homer here all the way!


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    This is a terrible generalization, but I like tough players from the SEC over PAC Ten softies any day.


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    Re: Wallace and Pouncey -- What we learned...

    It's hard to argue the point that the SEC is usually the best conference most years.

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