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    Quote Originally Posted by Zachintosh66 View Post
    maybe round 7, otherwise no
    I honestly don't see why you wouldn't use a 6th round pick or maybe even a compensatory 5th round (if we were to get one) on a kicker to be honest. It is clearly a very weak point on the team, and finding other starters in those rounds are pretty rare. Sure, every now and then an Antonio Brown will show up, but more often than not it is the likes of Frank Summers, Keith Williams, Doug Worthington, A.Q. Shipley and so on. Kickers are usually easier to pick as they are very easy to evaluate and usually not in very high demand on this rounds.
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    Hopefully with Arians gone we can score 6 when we get in the redzone now instead of kicking field goals. And if we get a full back we can just do 2 point conversians all year.

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    Many people think the Steelers will get a least 1 7th compensatory pick for Spaeth. So, if we do, I would like that to be a kick or even our 7th round pick. I dont want to use anything higher than a 7th because too many good kickers go undrafted. We could wait until the 7th. We dont need the best kicker in the world, I was happy with Reed before his last 1/2 season with us, and he was good, but only inside 50 yards. I would be happy with that again.

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    Billy cundiff lol I say give SWAYZE WATERS ANOTHER SHOT HE'S GOT A GREAT L;EG AND HE PUNTS TOO A 2 FOR ONE

    BUT I GOTTA ADMIT I HAVE A SOFT SPOT FOR TEGGERT HE IS ACCURATE BUT CAN'T KICK THE REALLY LONG ONES 55+
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