So by that definition, it's obviously Dave DeCastro. I'm still stunned that we were in position to land him.
The guy is blue-collar grit. I think his quote after being drafted was something like "I can't out run too many people, so I just run over them."
That is Black and Gold LORE!!!!
With BA gone, Miller will be so clutch that it will be sick. That and an improved line.
BTW, thanks for letting me know that I am on crack AB84.
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2014 NFL Draft
1) Darqueze Dennard-DB MSU
2) Jordan Matthews-WR Vandy
3) Chris Borland-ILB Wisconsin
4) Caraun Reid, DT Princeton
5) De'Anthony Thomas-RB Oregon
5b) Ryan Carrethers-NT Arkansas State
6) Jeff Janis-WR Saginow Valley State
7) Colt Lyerla -TE Oregon
Rd 1: Mike Evans - WR
Rd 2: Kyle Van Noy - ILB/OLB
Rd 3c: Terrence Brooks - FS
Rd 4: Justin Ellis - DT
Rd 5: Pierre Desir - CB
Rd 5c:Xavier Grimble -TE
Heath. Dude just plays and kicks butt without running around like a glory whore. Look at me, Look at me....I did my job....look at me.
I'm going to have to go with Ben. He's brought something to the Steeler offense that we haven't had since the 70s ... EXCITEMENT!! He always brings out emotion in me when I watch him play whether that be yelling at him or cheering for him. It used to be when the Steelers got behind by 10 points or more the game was over even if it was still the first half. With Ben the game is never over until the time runs out. It doesn't matter to me whether people think he is the best. I just love the effort the guy puts in on each and every play.
James Harrison without a doubt, from body slamming the Browns fan, to basically telling Goodell "eff you a$$hole" at every chance, to playing with an intensity that would have made him a legend in the 70s and being an All Pro while doing all that. I love me some James Harrison.
1.15) Ra'Shede Hageman - DE
2.47) Jason Verrett - CB
3.comp) Brandon Coleman - WR
4.114) Terence Brooks - FS
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