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!
LOVE T'eo Dub. Was actually hoping he came out last year. Love to see him here. I think this is what happens. The Steelers will release James Harrison after the season. There #1 target in the 1st will be an OLB. May even use picks to go up and get the one they like. Jarvis Jones? There may be 6-8 3-4 OLB prospects by the time it is all said and done. In the 2nd, I think we will see the S we have been waiting for. Maybe a kid like McDonald or Reid is around in the 2nd. I also think Foote & Hampton will no longer be on this roster. Just my feel at this point.
Are you insinuating that the selections are better when picking at #32 then #15?
Great players excel in any system. Timmons is not great.
Steelers 2013 Draft
1--Jarvis Jones OLB Georgia
2--Jesse Williams NT Alabama
3--LeVeon Bell RB Michigan State
4--Jordan Poyer CB Oregon State
5--Earl Wolff SS North Carolina State
6--Josh Boyd NT Mississippi State
6---Conner Vernon WR Duke
7--Vince Williams ILB Florida State
I'd be good with that draft.
If Te'o keeps playing like this, he'll be a top 12 pick. We will need to trade up or lose a lot of games.
I like Jefferson's game. I think he is a missile for his size and very active.
I really want this draft to focus on 1. pass rush, 2. pass defense, 3. replacing mendenhall and/or wallace 4. run defense
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)
Sean Lee would look good manning the middle of the field for us......but hey, we got Jason Worilds. No, I am not a Penn State fan, and no, I won't let it go.