Discussion in 'Steelers Talk' started by TWISTER, Nov 2, 2021.
Ingram to Chiefs for 6th Round pick.
If its true, we dudnt gey much in return
Doesn't seem worth it. We need a 3rd rusher because inevitably Watt or Highsmith will get tired during a game or worse, dinged up.
a player to be cut later.
What were you hoping for?
Mnaybe a 6th and a player, or player for player... at least a 4th or 5th
Given the disarray the Chiefs put on display for a home game last night this is a good move. Well a good move in the sense that you ship out a disgruntled player with delusions of grandeur that can further erode the crumbling Chiefs.
That sort of deal would almost have to take place a few weeks ahead of deadline day and not hours before the deadline. This is kinda of the take what you get or stand pat and have him pout the rest of the season.
I think they did kind of good, being that the guy was on a one year contract and only had once sack thus far, and he had no sacks in the 2020 season with the Chargers from what I read.
WTF, they're going to be playing the Chiefs in a few weeks, potentially battling for the same playoff spot. Are they serious about winning or not?
Proven pass rusher (50 career sacks) who is only 32 and valuable depth for this season....or unknown 6th round selection next year, which in all likelihood, will be a player that doesn't make the final 53. Inb4 someone mentions how Antonio Brown was a 6th round pick and is a Hall of Fame player...the statistics show that a huge percentage of 6th round picks (like > 95%) of them never stick to a NFL roster.
A move like this tells me the FO is thinking more about the future than our chances at a playoff run this season...
Now ship out Ebron
Well good lol
Gee, I guess that dingbat broad Browns fan reporter knew what she was talking about.
She said...So you substantiated that Ingram said " I'm better than Highsmith " Is what I said...
Lay down Clown
Dude, a bit harsh for just a fan
Still haven't seen ANYWHERE ( other than Dingbat ) that Ingram said that, I never disputed that Ingram wanted traded....
Signed the guy off the street, got about half a seasons production out of him, and traded him for a 6th right before he became a headache and directly after Highsmith did well in a 93% snapshare.
Taco is nowhere near Ingram, but the Steelers bought low and sold high on a guy no one even knew we would have around the draft.
so wtf happens if/when Watt or Highsmith are injured. Dumb move for a whopping 6th round pick
Good in a way we got a 6th rounder. Steelers gave Jags a 6th rounder to get Schobeurt here.
Steelers didn't have a 4th, 5th or 6th round choice for 22 draft
Now they have a 6th back, they may have a chance at some comp picks perhaps to get a 4th or 5th back.
I think they should move Ebron, if only for a 6th or 7th, it be good.
If Watt get hurts you better have Jesus in the back up roll, because the season is over if he gets hurt, Ingram here or not it wouldn't matter.
Your not going to get much for a guy with one sack in the last 23 NFL games who is disgruntled and on a one year deal only for 9 games of use.
First I was hoping for a better pick but we got back a lost pick. Plus the fact if either Watt or Highsmith goes down Ingram couldn't do a whole game. The gas tank is low and he is only a situational player at this point.
Ingram is worlds better than Ebron. If they could only get a 6th for Ingram then ebron doesn’t even get them a phone call