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Old 04-17-2007, 12:38 PM   #1
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Default 2007 NFL Draft: What Are The Steelers Options?

Title: 2007 NFL Draft: What Are The Steelers Options?
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My apologies in advance if I offend anyone but I'm thinking I should be writing editorials with statements made by the author like these.

Santonio Holmes our BIG receiver??? A big WR at 5'11"??
Lorenzo Booker a BIG back??? A big RB at 5'11" 195lbs. ???
A hybrid player like Okoye for linebacker??? The kid is a 300lb. defensive lineman!!

Please, I enjoy the articles but get your facts straight!!!
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Default Re: 2007 NFL Draft: What Are The Steelers Options?

A lot of this makes little to no sense whatsoever. Holmes is not a big reciever, he's a big-play threat. Ike Taylor is still a good cornerback, and is most likely better than Mcƒadden.
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My apologies in advance if I offend anyone but I'm thinking I should be writing editorials with statements made by the author like these.

Santonio Holmes our BIG receiver??? A big WR at 5'11"??
Lorenzo Booker a BIG back??? A big RB at 5'11" 195lbs. ???
A hybrid player like Okoye for linebacker??? The kid is a 300lb. defensive lineman!!

Please, I enjoy the articles but get your facts straight!!!
Couldnt agree more... Who wrote that article?
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Does the author watch steeler games????
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