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    Quote Originally Posted by K Train View Post
    No lol, not directed at you. Just wanted to expand on talking about Nix. I do think the team explores trading up for Watkins or Evans (most likely Evans but I can dream) and people scoff at it because the team has so many holes (dont entirely agree with, team has holes when it comes to impact players but has pretty decent depth at most positions and starters set at most spots)

    Its "deep" at WR but very top heavy, cant just expect a 3rd round caliber guy to step in and start opposite brown..could happen, but wheaton and sanders couldnt do that, willie reid couldnt crack any lineup, sweed could never start.

    Holmes and Burress did though, wallace was more of a #3 his first year...so it is hit or miss

    Lets say they move up 5 spots and give up a 4th and a 6th or something next year.

    1) Mike Evans Day one starter at #2 WR
    2) Kyle Van Noy OLB BYU
    3 Comp) Zach Kerr NT Delaware, 330 pounds but moves like hes 270 and has an incredible motor
    5) Brent Urban DE Virgina
    5 comp) EJ Gaines CB Mizzou
    7) Isaiah Crowell RB Alabama St (unlikely lol)
    7 comp) Colt Lyleria TE Oregon (highly unlikely but this is where i mock criminals lol)

    Oline) Adams, Gilbert, Decastro, Pouncey, Beachum, Whimper, Foster, Wallace
    WR) Brown, Evans, Wheaton, Moye, sign Moore?
    TE) Miller, Lyleria, Spaeth
    RB) Bell, Crowell, JOnes/LSH?

    DL) Sign Carrington or Keisel, Heyward, Urban, Kerr, Mcclendon, Thomas, Arnfelt/Williams
    OLB) Jones, Worilds, Van Noy, sign harrison?
    MLB, Timmons, Spence, Williams, harrison here too?
    CB) Ike, Allen, Gay, Gaines
    S) Troy, Mitchell, Shamarko, Allen

    Just spewing examples, but a good draft can be had with less picks, especially as people like to call it...a deep draft, having a ton of picks hasnt really helped them lately, urgency to get the best players on the roster might help, they have depth and lack star power at several positions


    Very off topic, but i mange to throw kerr in the discussion here and there lol
    Hate to break this to you but a 4th and a 6th arent moving you up 5 spots in the 1st round.
    Trade our 1/15 to SF for 1/30, 2/56, 4/129

    1/30-Louis Nix-DT-ND
    2/46-Stephon Tuitt-DE-ND
    2/56-Jordan Mathews-WR-Vandy
    3/97-Phillip Gaines-CB-Rice
    4/118-Taylor Hart-DE-Oregon
    4/129-Lache Seastrunk-RB-Baylor
    5/157-Aaron Colvin-DB-Oklahoma
    5/173-Brandon Thomas-OL-Clemson
    6/192-Ka'Deem Carey-RB-Arizona
    6/215-Prince Shembo-OLB_Notre Dame
    7/230-Colt Lyerla-TE-Oregon













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    Report: Steelers to meet with Bills LB Arthur Moats

    Posted by Mike Wilkening on March 23, 2014



    The Steelers will reportedly host an unrestricted free agent linebacker who could offer some positional versatility in their 3-4 scheme.

    According to Alan Robinson of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, the Steelers are slated to meet with Buffalo’s Arthur Moats as early as Monday.

    Moats (6-2, 250) started 12 games at weak-side linebacker for the Bills in 2013. He was also listed as Buffalo’s top backup middle linebacker. The 26-year-old Moats may have the ability to play inside and outside in the Steelers’ 3-4 scheme, a la Lawrence Timmons.

    A James Madison product, Moats has recorded 141 tackles and 5.0 sacks in four NFL seasons.

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...-arthur-moats/

  3. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by steelerkeylargo View Post
    Hate to break this to you but a 4th and a 6th arent moving you up 5 spots in the 1st round.
    Even giving up the second rounder would be fine. The team has good role players, decent depth at most positions, and most of its starters penciled in for 2014 aside from MAYBE a RDE and MLB. The team is however seriously lacking star power. Give me a high first rounder for a team that nearly never misses in the first round over a mid first and mid second for a team that has had its fair share of woes in the second round

    Also a 4th and a 6th would probably be able to move up a few spots if theres a scenario like last year with the Raiders primed to take Hayden wherever they could and were trying to stockpile picks and move down where they could still get him

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