Did a little research on pro-bowl tackles going back to the 2003 season. Below is the list of OT's and where they were drafted in their perspective draft. I think you will find the list eye opening. Listed by name, year drafted, round drafted, overall draft #, number of times selected to the pro-bowl.
Here is our guys. See a difference?
As you can plainly see with the exception of Jason Peters of the Bills who was an Unrestricted Free Agent, all the pro-bowl tackles of the past 5 or 6 years were top picks in the draft. My point is that if the Steelers want to see their O-line significantly improve maybe we need to place a little more emphasis in our draft picks on the O-line. You can coach a terd, you can polish a terd, you can even dress up a terd to look like something else, but in the end it is still a terd. You want a stud, you better go early and be prepared to move up to get one!
Wouldn't a Michael Oher or a Eugene Monroe look good in the Black&Gold?