THAT PUNT BOUNCED OFF KERLEY'S MASK BEFORE vd HIT HIM
ALTHOUGH YOU CAN ARGUE THAT THE SPEED HE CAME DOWN, it forced Kerley to take his eye of the ball
Ben gets the game ball (since there should only be one). He was superior.
AB, Wallace, Starks, Woodley, Timmons, Heath, and Clark are honorable mentions.
1 Ezekial Ansah OLB BYU 65 271 (sky high potential)
2 Khaseem Greene ILB Rutgers 61 241 (cat quick, explosive hitter)
3 Steadman Bailey WR WVU 510 193 (fantastic route runner)
4 LeVeon Bell RB Michigan St 61 230 (Good fit for zone scheme)
5 J. J. Wilcox SS Ga Southern 6 213 (athletic, fluid in coverage)
6 Omoregie Uzzi OG Georgia Tech 63 302 (quick, zone gem)
7 Micah Hyde CB Iowa 6 197 (rangy corner with speed)
7 Vinston Painter OT Virginia Tech 64 305 (athletic OL project)
Ryan Clark is a difference maker in this defense. That is why we need to get his replacement sooner rather than later so that we don't have a repeat of the Denver game with him out. Get a good young player in to learn from Clark.
Van Dyke has been a difference maker on Special teams. Great add by the front office. If Carnell can get him up to standards as a DB we just got a real steal.
Last edited by Oviedo; 09-17-2012 at 08:08 AM.
Playing Fantasy Football does not qualify you to be the in the front office or on the coaching staff of the Pittsburgh Steelers. They are professionals and you are not!
My "totally random" game ball goes to Pope. He did a great job blocking yesterday and even had a nice catch. I was pleasantly surprised!
Offense - Ben
Defense - Clark
I'm going to go off the chart here
Offense - Haley
Defense - LeBeau
They both called great games.