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« on: Apr 27, 2010 at 11:04 »

Enough is enough.  We all have been negative about our beloved Stillers for long enough. 

Yeah BBR is an immature prima donna who needs to grow up.  He is still our QB and one of the top 5 QB's in the league.  None of us can say for sure what exactly happened in GA.  So let past be the past.  Surely BBR will not make any more errors in judgement or he will find himslef off this team and possibly out of the league.

The 2010 draft.  We are your so called armchair GM's and we believe that the FO did a horrible job in this years draft.

Take a good look at our history, we rarely have a "bad" draft.

Pittsburgh Steelers Draft History
 
2009
Rnd Name College Note
1 Evander Hood Missouri 
3 Kraig Urbik Wisconsin 
3 Mike Wallace Mississippi 
3 Keenan Lewis Oregon State 
5 Joe Burnett Central Florida 
5 Frank Summers UNLV 
6 Ra'Shon Harris Oregon 
7 A.Q. Shipley Penn State 
7 David Johnson Arkansas State 
 
2008
Rnd Name College Note
1 Rashard Mendenhall Illinois 
2 Limas Sweed Texas 
3 Bruce Davis UCLA 
4 Tony Hills Texas 
5 Dennis Dixon Oregon 
6 Mike Humpal Iowa 
6 Ryan Mundy West Virginia 
 
2007
Rnd Name College Note
1 Lawrence Timmons Florida State 
2 LaMarr Woodley Michigan 
3 Matt Spaeth Minnesota 
4 Daniel Sepulveda Baylor 
4 Ryan McBean Oklahoma State 
5 Cameron Stephenson Rutgers 
5 William Gay Louisville 
7 Dallas Baker Florida 
 
2006
Rnd Name College Note
1 Santonio Holmes Ohio State 
3 Anthony Smith Syracuse 
3 Willie Reid Florida State 
4 Willie Colon Hofstra 
4 Orien Harris Miami (FL) 
5 Omar Jacobs Bowling Green 
5 Charles Davis Purdue 
6 Marvin Philip California 
7 Cedric Humes Virginia Tech 
 
2005
Rnd Name College Note
1 Heath Miller Virginia 
2 Bryant McFadden Florida State 
3 Trai Essex Northwestern 
4 Fred Gibson Georgia 
5 Rian Wallace Temple 
6 Chris Kemoeatu Utah 
7 Shaun Nua Brigham Young 
7 Noah Herron Northwestern 
 
2004
Rnd Name College Note
1 Ben Roethlisberger Miami (OH) 
2 Ricardo Colclough Tusculum 
3 Max Starks Florida 
5 Nathaniel Adibi Virginia Tech 
6 Bo Lacy Arkansas 
6 Matt Kranchick Penn State 
6 Drew Caylor Stanford 
7 Eric Taylor Memphis 
 
2003
Rnd Name College Note
1 Troy Polamalu USC 
2 Alonzo Jackson Florida State 
4 Ivan Taylor Louisiana-Lafayette 
5 Brian St. Pierre Boston College 
7 J.T. Wall Georgia 
 
2002
Rnd Name College Note
1 Kendall Simmons Auburn 
2 Antwaan Randle El Indiana 
3 Chris Hope Florida State 
4 Larry Foote Michigan 
5 Verron Haynes Georgia 
6 Lee Mays Texas-El Paso 
7 LaVar Glover Cincinnati 
7 Brett Keisel Brigham Young 
 
2001
Rnd Name College Note
1 Casey Hampton Texas 
2 Kendrell Bell Georgia 
4 Mathias Nkwenti Temple 
5 Chukky Okabi Purdue 
6 Rodney Bailey Ohio State 
6 Roger Knight Wisconsin 
7 Chris Taylor Texas A&M 
 
2000
Rnd Name College Note
1 Plaxico Burress Michigan State 
2 Marvel Smith Arizona State 
3 Kendrick Clancy Mississippi 
3 Hank Poteat Pittsburgh 
4 Danny Farmer UCLA 
5 Clark Haggans Colorado State 
5 Tee Martin Tennessee 
6 Chris Combs Duke 
6 Jason Gavadza Kent State 
 
1999
Rnd Name College Note
1 Troy Edwards Louisiana Tech 
2 Scott Shields Weber State 
3 Joey Porter Colorado State 
3 Kris Farris UCLA 
3 Amos Zereoue West Virginia 
4 Aaron Smith Northern Colorado 
5 Jerame Tuman Michigan 
5 Malcolm Johnson Notre Dame 
7 Antonio Dingle Virginia 
7 Chad Kelsay Nebraska 
7 Kris Brown Nebraska 
 
1998
Rnd Name College Note
1 Alan Faneca Louisiana State 
2 Jeremy Staat Arizona State 
3 Chris Conrad Fresno State 
3 Hines Ward Georgia 
4 Deshea Townsend Alabama 
4 Carlos King North Carolina State 
5 Jason Simmons Arizona State 
6 Chris Fuamatu-Ma'afala Utah 
6 Ryan Olson Colorado 
7 Angel Rubio Southeast Missouri State 
 
1997
Rnd Name College Note
1 Chad Scott Maryland 
2 Will Blackwell San Diego State 
3 Paul Wiggins Oregon 
3 Mike Vrabel Ohio State 
5 George Jones San Diego State 
6 Daryl Porter Boston College 
6 Rod Manuel Oklahoma 
7 Michael Adams Texas 
 
1996
Rnd Name College Note
1 Jamain Stephens North Carolina A&T 
3 Steven Conley Arkansas 
3 Jon Witman Penn State 
4 Earl Holmes Florida A&M 
4 Jahine Arnold Fresno State 
5 Israel Raybon North Alabama 
6 Orpheus Roye Florida State 
6 Spence Fischer Duke 
7 Carlos Emmons Arkansas State 
 
1995
Rnd Name College Note
1 Mark Bruener Washington 
2 Kordell Stewart Colorado 
3 Brenden Stai Nebraska 
4 Oliver Gibson Notre Dame 
4 Donta Jones Nebraska 
5 Lethon Flowers Georgia Tech 
5 Lance Brown Indiana 
6 Barron Miles Nebraska 
7 Henry Bailey UNLV 
7 Cole Ford USC

Ok lets get our heads on straight and stop "negging" each other out!!!
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« Reply #1 on: Apr 27, 2010 at 11:21 »

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« Reply #2 on: Apr 27, 2010 at 11:27 »

Yeah, WTF is with all these "opinions" on a message board?

Don't you people understand how this works?
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« Reply #3 on: Apr 27, 2010 at 11:42 »

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« Reply #4 on: Apr 27, 2010 at 11:48 »

I'd say the 2006 draft was bad; only False Start Willie Colon remains; and the 2008 draft is pretty poor, too, unless Mendenhall proves consistent (and stops fumbling) and Dixon somehow pans out.
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« Reply #5 on: Apr 27, 2010 at 11:50 »

Yeah, WTF is with all these "opinions" on a message board?

Don't you people understand how this works?

Careful, Mr. Wake.  This Brinker dude is one badass, Fuamatu-Ma'afala.  He doesn't take any Okobi from anybody.  It would be a Kordellian feat to 'Zo Jackson his ass.
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« Reply #6 on: Apr 27, 2010 at 11:58 »

Jamain Stephens was a nice pick.
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« Reply #7 on: Apr 27, 2010 at 11:59 »

I remember really liking the Omar Jacobs pick at the time, figured he'd be a nice developmental QB.  WTF happened to that guy anyway?
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« Reply #8 on: Apr 27, 2010 at 12:01 »

I remember really liking the Omar Jacobs pick at the time, figured he'd be a nice developmental QB. 

Ditto that. 

WTF happened to that guy anyway?

I think it was a prefrontal lobe problem.
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« Reply #9 on: Apr 27, 2010 at 12:29 »

I remember really liking the Omar Jacobs pick at the time, figured he'd be a nice developmental QB. 

Ditto that. 

WTF happened to that guy anyway?

I think it was a prefrontal lobe problem.

He was lose the left hemisphere quick.
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