Worilds surprised me with his play against Cleveland. He was brilliant.
Only question is can he play like that consistently??
Rd 1: Cordarrelle Patterson - WR
Rd 2: Sio Moore - ILB/OLB
Rd 3: Christine Michael - RB
Rd 4: Shamarko Thomas - SS
Rd 5: Lerentee McCray - OLB
Rd 6(a): Ryan Griffin - QB
Rd 6(b): Micah Hyde - CB
Rd 7: Vince Williams - ILB
Baltimore couldn't run right because Harrison crashed down the line hard on backside pursuit. Rice had no cutback lane.
The Browns seemed to try to run both ways. And the runs I remember, I think they had more success running left directly at Harrison.
Harrison is most effective chasing the back from behind. I'd be surprised if Baltimore didn't try and run more at him.
Curious how the two LBs who are demeaned the most on this site lead the team in sacks (Worilds) and interceptions (Timmons). And the ones who are worshiped the most have been the most mediocre.
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!
He seems to have had a pretty darn good game against Cleveland. Lets hope he keeps it up against the Ravens.
James Harrison (+3.0) had himself a dominant game, especially when the Browns asked their tight ends to try to handle him one-on-one. He lined up to the offense’s left on every running play, and Cleveland had no success there — on runs outside the left tackle, Browns’ runners picked up precisely 0 yards on five attempts.
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