First, I apologize if I missed one already started. I did look first. Now to the point. I am excited about this addition and I have done a bunch of internet snooping about him. I agree with everyone here that he is the post Ben heir apparent to OC. For me, even being clairvoyantly challenged, that is a slam dunk. As I look at his body of work more and more, I think(hope) the deeper Rooney thinking is that this might also be the heir, not so apparent to some, for the next HC for our beloved Steelers. I cannot explain why, but I just have some gut feeling about the scenario here. I am not even remotely an NFL expert, but I am 57 and have seen every superbowl and rarely miss any Steeler game. I have missed viewing maybe 10 Steeler games in my "career". That goes back to about 1974. I figure this guy at least deserves his own thread. The Pittsburgh Steelers have never been the team to peak, tank, rebuild then peak again 10 years later. They tend to stay consistently at or near the top of the division for decades. I am hoping that the Rooneys are smart and are building a slow rolling transition of "out with the old and in with the new" as opposed to the oft seen "blow the team up this year and then maybe we get it together in 5 years" philosophy. In todays NFL, I am not sure how closely we can stick to old school Steeler blue collar smash mouth football. Mental attitude? Yup, but the game is changing and we need to keep pace. Bright, new technical minds are the future. I for one am hoping for and anticipating great things from Matt in the next several years. I hope it is with our Pittsburgh Steelers!