The Steelers OL was soft last season, hopefully Klemm gets these guys to play with some attitude.
Well take away Ben's picks, then it's a whole different ball game.
Ben will be running a new offense, so he may have to hold the ball a little longer now.
So fans are angry they drafted Najee Harris in the first round, but some wanted Chubb in the first round while Bell was still on the team :shrug:.
You're ruining SDOT narrative with this info, he wants us to believe the pick was all on Tomlin :facepalm:.
Why would they draft Chubb in the first round, when Bell was still on the team?
They weren't going to draft a ILB from a small school in round one, the last player they drafted from a non Power 5 school in round one was Ben...
Wrong, SteelersGlenn posted one recently and it had Edmunds ranked ahead of Leonard.
Slough has a lot to prove this season, he got benched by Oregon at the end of last season, that's why he transferred to Texas Tech.
I saw him play a few times this season, he's probably better at receiving than blocking, but he has to be more consistent than Ebron.
I guess the coaches know something we don't, they seem to be confident in the two tackles.
Well Ben was good enough to win the division last season, with no running game, and his receivers dropped too many passes.
Are you suggesting they should've drafted Chubb in the first round, while Bell was still on the team?
Not unless they clear some salary cap space first.
I'm not sure, just another stat some nerds came up with IMO.
That's great if you get the 2019 version of Slovis, who completed over 70% of his passes, the 2020 version not interested.
I doubt Haskins will beat out Rudolph for the backup QB role, Isaiah McCoy could be a WR to keep a eye on, Buggs could be cut or sent to the PS.
The OL will be improved simply by getting rid of Pouncey, and AV neither one got any push in the running game.