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    Cameron Heyward

    Having a big game. Good thing we let him rot behind Ziggy for a couple of years.

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    Thinking the same thing but hey Dick knows best.
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    It's very possible that Heyward wasn't ready to start before this season. Whining about it ain't going to change a thing. Heyward appears to be a good player and that's all that matters at this point.

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    Heyward looked great. And to think we passed on James Laurinaitis to draft Hood.

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    Draft is a crap shoot it guess.

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    Heyward was one of the few bright spots. He seems to be one of the few decent players the Steelers can build around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steelhere10 View Post
    Thinking the same thing but hey Dick knows best.
    Dick should be fired for playing Worthless Hood

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    Quote Originally Posted by phillyesq View Post
    Heyward was one of the few bright spots. He seems to be one of the few decent players the Steelers can build around.
    I am mildly optimistic, but also keep in mind that he is part of the D-line that was absolutely gashed by the great Steven Ridley and the incomparable LaGarrette Blount. He certainly had a role in that too, I would assume.

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    Heyward should have had 2 sacks on Sunday. he forced Brady into Worilds on 1 of them but Heyward was in his face and should have at least got 1/2 a sack
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoe View Post
    I am mildly optimistic, but also keep in mind that he is part of the D-line that was absolutely gashed by the great Steven Ridley and the incomparable LaGarrette Blount. He certainly had a role in that too, I would assume.
    I'm with you on this. The biggest problem is we can't stop the run. But I'll be patient with Heyward. I remember Keisel's first season, he got pressure, but he regularly got washed out against the run. He finally turned out ok in his second full season.

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