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Old 09-03-2008, 01:08 PM   #21
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Old 09-03-2008, 01:25 PM   #22
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That being said...I STILL would have preferred using that roster spot for signing Dre Moore or Nick Hayden from their teams respective practice squads as a DE.
When Moore slid in the draft, I was suspicious that there was something wrong with him....now that he was cut, it seems confirmed. As for Hayden....seems like a poor man's Travis Kirschke.

I like the idea of a good blocking H-back.
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Old 09-03-2008, 01:43 PM   #23
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I like the idea of a good blocking H-back.
So do I, hopefully he fills the bill.
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When Moore slid in the draft, I was suspicious that there was something wrong with him....now that he was cut, it seems confirmed. As for Hayden....seems like a poor man's Travis Kirschke.

I like the idea of a good blocking H-back.
But neither were tried as DE's...both were tried at DT...I would take the chance on either of them..(believe it or not..I actually like Hayden a little better)
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Old 09-03-2008, 02:28 PM   #26
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i think we should of just used starks as a number 3 te... but i guess they didn't like the idea..

He might need more money if they are going to ask him to play TE as well as back-up OT.
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Not a bad pickup as a third TE....the best thing to do is compare him to Dekker/Boyd...not Miller/Spaeth.

That being said...I STILL would have preferred using that roster spot for signing Dre Moore or Nick Hayden from their teams respective practice squads as a DE.
Thats exactly what I was thinking, we sign a player at a position that I consider one of our strongest, and ignore 2 kids that very well may help at a position that might be one of our weakest.
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But neither were tried as DE's...both were tried at DT...I would take the chance on either of them..(believe it or not..I actually like Hayden a little better)
I dont think Hayden has any upside. He's a guy that can be a reserve DE in a 3-4 based on his size and strength, but I guess he is at least younger than Kirschke.

I just dont know if I like the idea of signing a PS project from another team to our roster. It would be like somebody signing Sherrod off our PS just because they have no depth at TE.
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I'm surprised we don't run more H-back type stuff, since that's part of Arians package. The personnel we have may not exactly fit the bill, though.
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Steelers have a plan as usual. Hopefully he turns out good!
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