Nice win last night against a seasoned QB and the always tough Seahawks Legion of Boom. I would like to discuss the play of 2 players: Devin Bush and Terrell Edmunds. Both first round picks. Bush was the 10th overall pick and we gave up 3 picks to trade up to select him. Edmunds has zero ball tracking / ball awareness ability for a safety. In 4 seasons he only has 4 INTs...that is super low for a free safety. On the Alex Collins rushing TD he was in perfect position to make a goal line stop but he literally stood with his hands on his knees instead of trying to make a tackle on a diving Collins. The effort level was akin to Cam Newton refusing to fall on his fumble in the Super Bowl. Bush was hurt sure, but on the field, he looks slow, short and quite a bad tackler. When he does pick the proper hole he doesn't explode into the hit. Instead he runs into the defender and tries to hug them to the ground. This is the 10th overall pick again --- supposed to be a game changer at ILB. And he can't tackle. I'd rather start Spillane who is a thumper, rather than a hugger. Last night we saw Norwood emerge -- no reason we can't explore replacing Edmunds who is surely out of Pittsburgh after this season and the vastly overrated Devin Bush.