I worry about waiting that long. I think he has been rising up teams' draft boards lately.
Originally Posted by thor75
Where was the D? We were playing with a hobbled Polamalu and GB knew it and went right at him. He got toasted. They couldn't cover Jordy "F'n" Nelson.
Originally Posted by supersteeler
Polamalu was a friggin' decoy the entire game. Nowhere near the LOS and he didn't have one tackle until the 4th quarter.
Last edited by Captain Lemming; 03-21-2013 at 06:50 PM.
I kind of liked Dwyer too, but I think I would be more optimistic if the Steelers add a RB that takes [earns] the job.
He was playing on one leg. Not sure he should have even been out there.
Originally Posted by Siggy00
I don't like JD as much as I did, but if there EVER was a year he was going to assert himself, it is this year. But I definitely want them to draft another back to have in the mix and let who ever wins the job be our main guy. I would love Bell to be the guy.
Originally Posted by Keyplay1
Yea, disagreeing with both is a head scratcher. All I did was post facts - Crash wants to rip Brady for the last few years yet Ben has been far worse. It's not even close.
Originally Posted by Captain Lemming
NFL from the sidelines
THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 2013
Posted by Dale Lolley
The sky is not falling
Fans tend to look at things in a vacuum. They are so intent on what's going on with their favorite team that they don't look around at what's happening with everyone else.
And that's what we've had the past couple of weeks with the Steelers, who have released Willie Colon and James Harrison and lost Mike Wallace and Keenan Lewis in free agency.
Depending on who you listen to, the Steelers are looking at having the first-overall pick in next year's draft to being so bad that everyone in the front office and on the coaching staff will be fired.
But when you look at what's happened to the Steelers - none of which was a surprise - it pales in comparison with what's going on in Baltimore.
With Ed Reed's signing with Houston Wednesday, the Ravens are now down eight starters. Eight!
And we're not even close to being done with free agency at this point.
Cincinnati, despite having a ton of salary cap space, has lost linebacker Manny Lawson without making any significant upgrades.
Meanwhile in Cleveland, the Browns have been active in free agency, but are still lacking in the most important position on the field, quarterback.
The bottom line is that nothing happens in a vacuum. And there will be other moves made both in free agency and in the draft.
There's several months for things to play out, including the all-important draft.