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  1. I'd like to make a case for Trubisky. Aside from a bad rookie year under Fox, he played decent at QB for the Bears. Overall winning record, decent QB rating, and is a bit mobile. Nothing spectacular, of course, but not horrible. I'm sorry, did you see Wentz just melt versus Jacksonville? My take is Trubisky struggled with having Nagy as his coach in 2019 and 2020 as their relationship disintegrated. I'd take Trubisky and/or Mariota as UFAs for less than $3 M per year as competition for Rudolph. I think both have much more potential than Haskins, and both might turn out to be better than
  2. Isn't that what the Steelers are attempting to do with Haskins? I'm not high on Willis as a QB. I think he'd be an awesome slash type of player though.
  3. Yeah that's total BS, but pretty much what I expected.
  4. "...worried about my fellow countrymen ... and their right not to be stabbed." I'm still laughing.
  5. I was torn about taking a WR sooner, but I think JuJu comes back. So I am looking at replacing Washington. There were a few other WRs out there, but I think Metchie is a good fit for the Steelers.
  6. Despite what Colbert does in terms of retirement or not, I don't see the Steelers deviating much from their usual MO. The wildcard here is that the Steelers for the 1st time in 18 years might legitimately be looking for QB1 in this draft. I've read reports that Colbert has scouted Howell several times this past season. I hope they don't take him in round 1, but round 2 is a distinct possibility. Of course, a lot will depend on what happens in free agency. My hope this year is that the Steelers trade down out of 20. In several mock scenarios, other teams are offering 1st, 2nd, and 3rd roun
  7. Steelers have a shot to win if they create turnovers, somehow manage to score 27 points or more, and limit KC's offense to FGs instead of TDs. As usual, it is any given Sunday and anything can happen. However, it is highly unlikely we're going to see anything much different than last time, except maybe (hopefully) fewer TOs by the Steelers. KC 34, Steelers 17.
  8. Correct. So why worry about QB this offseason? The team needs a great Center or Guard, and likely another OT. CB, S, DL, LB are also needed. Get the QB in 2023.
  9. I agree with the general sentiment to improve the O and D line through FA and the draft. I think if Linderbaum is there when the Steelers are on the board, they should take him. Move Green to G and see what he can do. I think he'll be decent at worst. If not, he can be the backup IOL. After (or before) that, it depends on what the Steelers do in free agency, as well as the status of Tuitt and Alualu. The Steelers have a few holes to fill this offseason as I am sure you all will agree. I am not sure of priority, but these are the positions of need as I see them: S, CB, QB, OL, DL, LB
  10. Johnson looks like he'll play. I am not sure about Green, but my guess is he won't.
  11. I think Watt is hurt and is not going to be effective down the stretch. Parsons and Diggs are helping drive the Cowboy's success, so they are getting the pub like you said. Is a great player on a .500 team worthy of the accolades? Parsons gets DROY for sure. Remains to be seen on DPOY tho. I think Diggs has a shot with so many INTs.
  12. I'd be okay with this pick. The Steelers do not generally trade down, but if I am GM, I am definitely looking for more picks, and anyone offering 1st round 2023, I am all ears.
  13. Three reasons the O sucks this year: Ben, Ben, O line.
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