with me, players come and go, my loyalty is with the steelers, not the players, if i don't like a player i'm gonna hope they fail so they'll be gone lol
So if Carriker is drafted I take it we are going to hear all season **** Carriker I hope he sucks from you?:bluelol:
The article has Spencer as 4-1 odds and Moss as 5-1. I just hope that Moss's marijuana incident will not scare off the Rooney's for fear of that "Bengal factor" with character issues. We don't need a player who will make the headlines for the wrong reasons! I have nothing against any player who wants to smoke up like Cheech Marin.......after they retire! Just not while they are playing on our team and are an integral part of our team! (A.K.A. Ricky Williams). Look at Quincy Carter. Just saw a show about him and he threw his NFL career away for marijuana! Would hate to pick a guy who followed that path. Some players are not mature enough to handle the temptations that come with all that money! There is also a bad reputation with players from the "U". I wouldn't hold it against him but that could be the deciding factor between the 2 guys! I think Carriker is more of a longshot than 6-1. I think a third name is Timmons. :flex:
listen, im gonna say this one more time.....**** carriker.....we already have one. nextly we need OLBs NOW not later, and this year is stacked. Moss and spencer have both tore it up, and they have done everything right thus far. I havent heard a bad word about either one of them since i started getting into this years draft hardcore. Both moss and spencer will be there at 15 because adams if flawless in his game and anderson is VERY overrated, so theres 2 DEs that go before our guys. Now carikker.....hes a bitch, we dont need him or want him...at least not at this point.
Hell i would even say we need another one in the later rounds....mabey if Moses drops to the 4th or 5th (which he might since he really screwed his **** up) who knows, he might be worth taking a chance on in the later rounds, hes got the raw talent, he just needs to get his head in the game a little more and focus on training, the lineman only get bigger at the next level.