Discussion in 'Steelers Talk' started by Joel Ritenour, Nov 26, 2022.
After today's game, does anyone think that he is the answer?
Wrong forum. Plus we already have a QB.
Gotta rebuild the QB room somehow.
Not really. We have enough question marks.
Steelers didn’t play today
Here's a news flash from the kitchen
They won't be drafting a QB
That is all...
At least not in the early rounds
It simply amazes me, after today's game is he the answer.
No we are not drafting, and any team that makes a decision on one game are idiots.
But he did it in THE GAME between those two teams Them fans don't take losing lightly, I know, I worked with a couple fans from both sides.
Hmm going both ways eh? Well whatever works! Lmao
The Steelers have a QB, and they won't be drafting high enough to get Stroud anyway.
I like Caleb Williams more than Stroud or Pickett for that matter. While for me this is a Josh Rosen vs. Kyler Murray scenario, the Steelers may view it as a Bradshaw-Malone-Roethlisberger to a Roethlisberger-Rudolph-Pickett scenario, since the Steelers had a 1st round draft grade on Rudolph. The Steelers have too many flaws to go back to back #1 pick QB selections.
Well, Caleb isn't eligible until the 2024 draft.
Wait, we are bringing back Cliff Stoudt??
A quick look at thread title made me go there.
Only thing better than seeing Miami Hurricanes have a horrible season
Is seeing the Buckeyes lose to any team.
The 2024 QB draft class might be better than the 2023 class, in 2024 you have Caleb Williams and Drake Maye.
I'm not much into drafting another QB but Caleb Willliams yesterday looked like he can be very successful on Sundays.
It won't happen, but for me, they would be nuts not to take Williams if possible. I know that there is no such thing as a sure thing, but damn he is impressive.
Right now, he is a better runner than he is a passer. He supposedly has a great work ethic and attitude and his ability to escape from pressure is impressive, but as a passer, he is far from a sure thing.
His passes were incredible for the most part.
Dude even punted against ND. Hit a 58 yarder.
His numbers look pretty damn good for the season but honestly I haven't watched him play at all.
I haven't seen him before cause I don't watch much college football. He definitely looked like he had the "It" factor. QB's need to take big risks and rely on their confidence in the NFL these days. In other words trust the receivers to make you look good also. When it clicks it feeds the entire team. In the same breath I also believe 1 or 2 of them will be taken off on a stretcher any given season coming up. Some of them are way too protected at the same time.
I've watched him a few times and I'm a big fan. I just think he has some work to do as a passer. Then again, he has another year of college ball ahead of him.
Hell, I would argue it is better at the moment. Caleb Williams alone has more natural talent than both Young and Stroud in my opinion. Adding Drake Maye to the mix already gives that 2024 class an injection that sends its own potentially absurd prospects into overdrive.
J.T. Tuimoloau, Garvin Bartholomew, Joe Alt and James Williams are just some of the great talents awaiting us in 2024... assuming they do not declare in 2023.