Discussion in 'Steelers Talk' started by turtle, Mar 11, 2016.
Nice! Better than the 7th I thought we'd get.
Oh I like that much better.
that formula is some crazy voo doo wizardry. i like it.
A splash of what Manziel likes to drink on the weekends
A dash of Raider fans' hopes
Just a pinch of Belichick's soulless stare
I saw the stupid cheatriots got 4 picks. WTF? Cheating really pays off for those scumbags.
Prob had to give em that for stealing their 1st rounder
Ok so we got our 6th back. I still say that we should've kept boykins
I can't get all that excited about a 6th. When has a 6th ever panned out as anything better than mediocre. Oh yeah, Brady....
And that receiver guy, Antonio something. I forget what team he plays for.
i thought he became a dancer and that other guy works with air pressure.
William Gay was a 6th round pick. As was Hines Ward right?
I'm mad that the Ravens got 3 compensatory picks. Gzzzzzz. Two are 4th round picks!!
mac I have to be honest, most of the time this is how I look after reading your posts. I think I need more beer to process them.
How about Antonio Brown in the 6th round, or Beachum in the 7th round and one 6 round pick is in the HOF and Brady will make it two, you have to remember since the draft went from 19 rounds to 7, a lot of players who could play at a decent level never got the chance to do it.....
Hines was I think a third rounder.
Hines was a late 3 pick, but how about Brett Kiesel drafted in the 7th round,and how about Gregg Lloyd in the 6th round: The steelers have one of the best records picking players late in the draft historically:
. Greg Lloyd (1987, No. 110, Fort Valley State) One of the most-feared linebackers to ever play for the Steelers, Lloyd came to the team in the sixth round of the 1987 draft. Lloyd made his name as a pass rusher, and he recorded 54.5 sacks over a steady career that also included five Pro Bowls. He also played for the team that made it to Super Bowl XXX. Lloyd retired from the NFL after the 1998 season.
Gay was a 5th, Hines was a 3rd. Keisel and Beachum were 7th, Lloyd was 6th, AB was a 6th, to name a few.
Looks like another AB in the sixth will be needed.
From a statistical standpoint, it appears a 6th round choice has about a 70% chance of being a total bust.
My bad. I meant AB.
Hey, that might be where we find our next safety. Richard Sherman...6th round pick.
Why not stick with the Central Michigan theme (AB, Walton) in the 6th lol! Safety Kavon Frazier 6' 217, 4.53.