Gotta remember. Dwyer was drafted when he was 20 years old. He just had his 23rd Birthday 2 and a half weeks ago.

When he came into this league, he wasn't even a man, yet.
Came from a program(GT) where he was THE MAN for the short time he was there.
He get's here, a kid, and is stuck behind Mendenhall.

I don't know...I think that maybe now, after he has grown up a bit and realizes that he is getting another opportunity, he is understanding things more. Not just on the field, but off it as well.

I remember seeing a clip of him talking about how his Dad told him not to come to him if he is crying. He said only if there is lots of blood or you can see the bone.
I remember them being raised as humble kids.

This kids talent is really high, IMO. I really think he was just growing up and trying to become a man amongst alot of heavy weight hitters of men in this world.

I think we need to give him the ball alot this year. There is no way this line can't run block. Then let Haley and Ben play off the success of the Bell Cow.

I think , in the end, it' s gonna be hard for Tomlin to keep him on the bench.

Some wishful thinking here. But nothing beyond the realm of possibility.

Perhaps a coming-out with serious implications- Now the Steelers have a Fantasy Football stud running the ball to go along with there indestructable QB and Top tier defense.

Please, please, please.