Go back and not make the Minkah deal? I bring this up because a few here are now talking about trading him. He's been a very good player for the Steelers obviously and fantastic for about 6 games or so early on. At the time of the trade and during the 2019 season I was against it and said so repeatedly. Not because he's not a good player or that the trade was bad on its face (it wasn't and hasn't been), but only due to the context of the team, because the QB situation was unsettled at the time. Championship teams are built on QBs, not safeties. You can't trade what looked like a high draft pick for a safety when you have no idea of what you have at QB. Looking back at the 2019 season and 2019 draft, the Chargers were 5-11 and used the 6th pick on Justin Herbert, who looks like he could be very good. The next QB was Jordan Love at #26 who we have no idea about. If the Steelers don't make the Minkah deal they probably end up 6-10 or 7-9 and may have been able to trade up to get Herbert or trade down to get more picks. I realize the draft look is hindsight, but my opposition to the Minkah deal was not. If the goal is to win SB's it just didn't seem to make much sense.