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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron City Inc. View Post
    The drop off in talent between Heath and any other TE we have is huge. When he was hurt we could not make up for that lack of talent.
    Finley is still a possibility even though his spine was crushed into a liquid.

    Havent heard much about his recovery.

    Wish they would have brought in Lylerla

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    Quote Originally Posted by K Train View Post
    Brown will make his own matchups all over. I can see Moore playing a lot of flanker in the way Haley used Terry Glenn in dallas. I really hope wheaton catches on in the offense, but he is such an unknown

    So was Antonio Brown who did less his rookie year than Sanders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oviedo View Post
    So was Antonio Brown who did less his rookie year than Sanders.
    I get it, I do like Wheaton....hes a fast guy with very strong hands. Im just cautiously optimistic

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    Quote Originally Posted by K Train View Post
    I get it, I do like Wheaton....hes a fast guy with very strong hands. Im just cautiously optimistic
    That pinky finger didn't seem to be a particularly strong part of his hands.


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    Quote Originally Posted by K Train View Post

    Wish they would have brought in Lylerla
    why would you want to bring in a coke head who quit on his team?


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    Because theres zero risk.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by K Train View Post
    Because theres zero risk.....
    the Steelers had the chance to draft Lyerla in the 7th round but chose another TE in Blanchflower instead. most likely the coke head who quit on his team at Oregon wasn't even on their draft board...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hawaiiansteel View Post
    the Steelers had the chance to draft Lyerla in the 7th round but chose another TE in Blanchflower instead. most likely the coke head who quit on his team at Oregon wasn't even on their draft board...
    I am aware of that. I was commenting on the talent gap between heath and the next best TE on the roster and how a low risk/high reward guy like that could possibly bridge that gap with little to no commitment.

    Same reasons i wanted Burfict

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    Timmons. Not sure I'd feel good with Shazier, Spence and vince at ILB... Timmons has become a fantastic ILB, kids.
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    I'm going with Cam Heyward. Our depth at DE scares the daylights out of me.
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