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    Re: We Need a Dynamic TE

    I do nont think the Steelers "need" a dynamic TE. It would be a luxury to have one, however, I hardly think they "need" one. There are other things on this team that they "need" more than a dynamic TE. And behinds I think the one they have is pretty solid.

    Add a physical big wide receiver who can beat a press and add a corner fade in the red zone and you will see a much more productive offense for the Steelers.


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    Re: We Need a Dynamic TE

    The Steelers got their dynamic TE last season- Wes Saunders!
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    Re: We Need a Dynamic TE

    with one, the running game will open nup as well with the threat of using heath and wes/draft pick in the passing game.

    the defenses dont even cover johnson. i wouldnt either. where's he gonna go after the catch. 10 YAC at most. thats if he doesnt drop the pass in the first place

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    Re: We Need a Dynamic TE

    Quote Originally Posted by feltdizz
    If Heath could get up field like these other TE's Ben would target him more often. Heath is pretty slow.

    Pats* just lined up a TE at RB.
    Agreed Heath is a bit overrated by Steeler fans. Yes, he is a solid all around TE. But, if we are talking about just being used as an offensive weapon...he doesn't create match up problems for a D. I would imagine he runs a 4.8 40 on a good day...a really good day. He doesn't break many tackles after the catch.
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    Re: We Need a Dynamic TE

    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn

    Agreed Heath is a bit overrated by Steeler fans. Yes, he is a solid all around TE. But, if we are talking about just being used as an offensive weapon...he doesn't create match up problems for a D. I would imagine he runs a 4.8 40 on a good day...a really good day. He doesn't break many tackles after the catch.
    He's not nimble and I don't think he tries to juke anyone, but Heath is pretty consistent in regards to running defenders over and/or getting YAC with some of them draped all over him when he's got a head of steam.
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