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Note: The images are missing here but are in the link. By almost all accounts, the Pittsburgh Steelers have had a horrible, no good, very bad offseason. They were forced into trading Antonio Brown — one of the greatest wide receivers to ever the play the game — and had to sit idly by, watching Le’Veon Bell — a generationaltalent — hit free agency after a year spent on the sidelines in a contract dispute. That’s a ton of production lost on the offensive side of the ball. Or, in other words, trouble for the Pittsburgh Steelers. But things aren’t so straightforward. Complica
I don't retract my disagreement with how we've spent our Draft and FA cumulatively. However, the picks themselves are something I think we may well look back on as really solidifying this line, potentially for the next decade. First off, some background. RAS stands for Relative Athletic Score. It's a metric created by Kent Platte, and it compares things like size, speed, explosion, and agility to previous prospects. It's remarkably effective at projecting future success for draft picks, especially on the OL. Of the 25 pro bowl tackles selected in the first round that have been measured by
Here are a few stats that PROVE Sark is the problem. People who say “it’s not Sark” are the same problem with this organization, no accountability. Let’s face it Sark is in WAY over his head and stats below prove it. He has no track record of being a competent NFL coord/coach, has also been run out of town at all his college jobs. I get it, the oline isn’t performing as well but I chalk a large portion of that to scheme and playcalling. Sark calls plays without our limitations in mind - jet sweeps, empty backfield on short yardage situations making us one dimensional even if it’s just a decoy,