I have a 'signed' trading card of his, I think you're right.
The difference is Edmunds started/played in every game since his rookie season, almost every snap.
Mason is definitely outkicking his coverage with this one.
I don't think that's a fair comparison. James Conner wasn't drafted to lead the Steelers to a championship, and he was paid accordingly.
Great stuff, as usual. I'm still looking for a pair of current Steeler game gloves, but recently retired Steeler practice gloves work too.;+)
I've heard of him thru my kids, who loved his half time performance. I thought he did a fine job.
I think Darnold would make a solid NFL backup. He's not 24th pick-worthy.
I don't blame them. Seeing the same failed play called time after time isn't vey motivating.
The one voted on by the Associated Press is the most recognized.
Winning both would be nice.;+)
Congrats to TJ.
Hopefully he'll win the AP award too.
Good news (I hope).
Who'd they hire for OL coach?
Operating out of the same playbook the Steelers used for the 2020 season, I don't think so. It wouldn't be playing to Mahomes strengths and...
He's gone, and we couldn't do nothin' about it...
So Neil O'donnell almost screwed us out of another super bowl...? :sneak:
My response was a joke, hence the ;+).
I think you misunderstood what you were saying.;+)
Troy, Ward and Faneca weren't examples of 'trading away your top guys'.
Just curious, why don't you think so?
Since the Steelers have never done this and they remain competitive every year, I wouldn't expect them to start now.