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    Yeah, I wouldn't mind Warmack either! I'm hearing that he's the best football player in this draft. Is it realistic to think that he could be there for us?

    We're hearing that Sean Spence may not be ready to play when the season starts.... in fact, he may not be ready to play at all this season. This does heighten the seriousness of our linebacker situation. We are so accustomed to excellence at the LB position with the Steelers. I'm having a flashback to a Lambert yell.... with the missing teeth. So cool. He was the embodiment of toughness at all times.

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    In my mind,right now, lb is the #1 priority. Too many questions about Harrison's age and productivity. Along with Spence.
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    We drafted Jonathan Dwyer in the sixth round of the 2010 draft; I gotta think that we will find value at RB in the lower rounds. This might be the case at WR as well, although we better find someone who is game-ready or nearly so in the wake of training camp. We are all concerned about our depth as some key positions on offense.

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    This mock got me slightly aroused lol. I'd love if it turned out this way...

    http://walterfootball.com/draft2013.php

    1) Jarvis Jones
    2) DeAndre Hopkins
    3) Montee Ball
    4) TJ McDonald

    The first two rounds couldn't be more perfect. I don't love Montee Ball, and there were better options available, but I wouldn't hate it. TJ McDonald has good value in the 4th.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Real Deal Steel View Post
    In my mind,right now, lb is the #1 priority. Too many questions about Harrison's age and productivity. Along with Spence.
    I couldn't agree more. I think we got to go LB early and often.

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    1. LB
    2. WR
    3. Safety
    4. Rb
    5. TE

    Or.

    1. LB
    2. TE
    3. WR
    4. Safety

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    Hope one of these 3 players drop to the Steelers.

    Chance Warmack
    Kenny Vaccaro
    Jarvis Jones

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    I think if we took Vaccaro with our first pick, I"d be upset. We need more immediate help at other areas. I don't want to take a stinkin safety in the first round when we have read alert issues at LB, DE, and NT areas.

    Safety is something that can be looked at in the third round.
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    vaccaros stock is raising, if he ends up being anything like mark barron as a prospect (barron was a fringe first around this time too) then id definitely like vaccaro.

    We have had a bad run on longhorns though, theres still time for curtis brown for sure but longhorns might be scaring them away

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big T View Post
    This mock got me slightly aroused lol. I'd love if it turned out this way...

    http://walterfootball.com/draft2013.php

    1) Jarvis Jones
    2) DeAndre Hopkins
    3) Montee Ball
    4) TJ McDonald

    The first two rounds couldn't be more perfect. I don't love Montee Ball, and there were better options available, but I wouldn't hate it. TJ McDonald has good value in the 4th.
    drooooool

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