Fluid on Kemo knee is expected because he was 350 lbs of slop in a uniform but Harrison is built like a tank so it is a bigger deal than kemo's knee i hope he stays in the lineup but age trumps talent at every position Carter and Worilds are coming Worilds hasn't played enough to disappoint. 5 or 6 games isn't a big enough sample size to judge anyone plus the Steelers don't usually keep someone around that can't play unless they don't have anyone
Harrison, Timmons, Foote/Spence/Sly, Woodley is tremendous
Worilds, Timmons, Foote/Spence/Sly, Woodley is average at best
i fully expect a good year out of harrison, then i fully expect a OLB in the first 2 rounds next year
Not a tantalizing prospect most would agree. How silverback will fare this year is one of the more important questions around the team. Sooner or later father time kicks your balls off.
If last year is any indication, it takes a team! ...
Worilds is a veteran player now. We are very fortunate to have dapth behind both Harrison and Woodley ...
I think our LB corps is going to be extremely good this year ...
It's hip to T-Squared ...
Jw better step up then
Last edited by steelchamp204; 06-08-2012 at 06:35 PM.
Wow. Such harse words for a guy who really hasn't had a chance. A lot of the things you saw last year can't be judged because of the lack of OTA's and camp.
With that said, we won't have long to wait to see how Woirlds has progressed. If he does well, the coaching staff will give him significant playing time by the time the pre-season rolls around.
The Steeler way...is the only way.
WORILDS could lead the league in sacks and tackles and Steeler nation would still say he sucks
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