2 scenarios. One in which Mahommes is available to us at 1/30 (hoping but not likely) and the second in which he is not.
1) Pat Mahommes-QB-TT 1) Tak McKinley-OLB-UCLA
2) Jordan Willis-OLB-K.St. 2) Fabian Moreau-DB-UCLA
3) Jalen Myrick-CB-Minn 3) Nate Peterman-QB-Pitt
3) Samaje Perine-RB-OU
4) George Kittle-TE-Iowa
5) Rayshawn Jenkins-S-Miami
6) Ejuan Price-OLB-Pitt
7) Glen Antoine-DT-Idaho
should have taken the 3rd when it was there.
no way they get that much now.
Please, not a 2nd rounder for Colbert and Tomlin to draft. Seriously though, I'd take a 2nd or late 1st, or a solid young OL for him now. And we have another Brown down on the practice squad who I think will be a good WR (and he has the size).
BTW, I hated that stupid indulgent EZ flip when I saw it on highlights.
sorry, but you are dreaming if you think any team is coming off a 2nd or late 1st.
3rd was the high water mark and they blew it.
I would take a 4th and wave bye-bye
We cant take a pick. How will we pay for another pick in the upcoming draft? We must be making a lot of cuts.
1. T.J Watt, OLB/DE, Wisconsin - will be a huge mistake if available and we pass
2. Cordrea Tankersley, CB, Clemson
3. Josh Jones, S, N.C. State
3. Adam Shaheen, TE, Ashland
4. Trey Hendrickson, DE, Florida Atlantic
5. Josh Reynolds, WR, Texas A&M
6. Barry Sanders, RB, Oklahoma State (How can you go wrong with that name, however the sample size is so small that his dad may be better even in his 50's)
7. Alec Torgersen, QB, Pennsylvania
Sanders' senseless showboating
October 15, 2013
By Bob Smizik / Special to the Post-Gazette
Nobody asked me, but ...
• The nature of 21st century athletes, particularly those in the National Football League, is such that look-at-me showboating cannot fully be curbed. But when a player can incur a possible season-ending injury in pre-game warmups, isn't it about time to call for an end to this stupidity that often accompanies touchdowns? It's time for some coach somewhere to tell his players that performing somersaults upon crossing the goal line, as the Steelers Emmanuel Sanders did Sunday, is forbidden.
• Players like Sanders should be shown a video of Kendrys Morales leaping upon home plate to celebrate a grand-slam home run in 2010 and in the process breaking his leg. Morales missed about 250 games in recovery and cost himself millions, if not tens of millions in future earnings.
• If Mike Tomlin can take away the Steelers harmless pursuit of ping-pong in the locker room before, between and after practices, why can't he tell his players to cross the goal line standing up? Some coach somewhere is going to look like a complete fool if one of his players is seriously injured in a touchdown-scoring stunt.