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Old 03-14-2022, 01:12 PM   #16
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Trading down with the Steeler would be an excellent option. No way they can have a winning record with Haskins, Mitch, and a rookie in the AFC North. Especially if the Browns end up getting Watson.
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Old 03-14-2022, 01:18 PM   #17
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Okay .. Steelers are considered by most as a very stable highly productive front office and respected by most … they just signed trubisky and most Commanders fans thought he was horrible and wanted nothing to do with him .. it tells me several things .. The Steelers just like us realize there is NO instant starter in this years draft .. only project types . So I wonder if Steelers fans will hammer there team like we hammer our team ( I know there are a few of us that Are ok with the Wentz signing) .. does anyone out there think Trubisky will be better than Wentz .. I think Pittsburg would have taken Wentz if we had not ( the only negative I see with Wentz is his cost ..
Remember, the Steelers and Browns were in on the Wentz trade, they were interested in getting him as well.

Trubisky looks to be the fall back option for the Steelers, but I bet they will look at QB as well in the draft.
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Old 03-14-2022, 01:20 PM   #18
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NFL Network's Ian Rapoport confirms the Colts are interested in a trade for Jimmy Garoppolo.

With Kirk Cousins signing an extension with the Vikings and Mitchell Trubisky signing with the Steelers, the already-limited quarterback market is quickly drying up. The Steelers had apparently been in the mix for Jimmy G, so that is one less competitor for Indy. There was a Monday report that the Niners could wait until training camp to flip Garoppolo, but the heavy odds are that he will be moved this week.


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Old 03-14-2022, 01:23 PM   #19
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Okay .. Steelers are considered by most as a very stable highly productive front office and respected by most … they just signed trubisky and most Commanders fans thought he was horrible and wanted nothing to do with him .. it tells me several things .. The Steelers just like us realize there is NO instant starter in this years draft .. only project types . So I wonder if Steelers fans will hammer there team like we hammer our team ( I know there are a few of us that Are ok with the Wentz signing) .. does anyone out there think Trubisky will be better than Wentz .. I think Pittsburg would have taken Wentz if we had not ( the only negative I see with Wentz is his cost ..
It's hard to figure out what all these teams are thinking - we can only speculate. My thoughts are that the Steelers' signing of MT, in a way, validates the Commanders' pursuit of him before the trade deadline. There's a couple schools of thought as to whether he can be a productive QB in this league, but I don't think the Steelers are signing him to be anything other than their starter. We'll have to wait and see what the contract details are.

As I said before, I would have been fine bringing MT here. He may have been cheaper than Wentz, but I'm not sure he would have produced better results. Time will tell on all of that - the $$ and the production.

No way Steelers fans react like the fans on this board though... Can't really replace Big Ben, but with what's out there, MT is probably their best option at this point. Wonder if they were in on Wentz? Seems like they were, but I can't remember.
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Old 03-14-2022, 01:24 PM   #20
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Okay .. Steelers are considered by most as a very stable highly productive front office and respected by most … they just signed trubisky and most Commanders fans thought he was horrible and wanted nothing to do with him .. it tells me several things .. The Steelers just like us realize there is NO instant starter in this years draft .. only project types . So I wonder if Steelers fans will hammer there team like we hammer our team ( I know there are a few of us that Are ok with the Wentz signing) .. does anyone out there think Trubisky will be better than Wentz .. I think Pittsburg would have taken Wentz if we had not ( the only negative I see with Wentz is his cost ..
I'd rather have Trubisky and the picks than Wentz w/o the picks.
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And I'd rather have either one of them than Jimmy G.

Wentz is blah to me, Jimmy would be yuck city.
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It's hard to figure out what all these teams are thinking - we can only speculate. My thoughts are that the Steelers' signing of MT, in a way, validates the Commanders' pursuit of him before the trade deadline. There's a couple schools of thought as to whether he can be a productive QB in this league, but I don't think the Steelers are signing him to be anything other than their starter. We'll have to wait and see what the contract details are.

As I said before, I would have been fine bringing MT here. He may have been cheaper than Wentz, but I'm not sure he would have produced better results. Time will tell on all of that - the $$ and the production.

No way Steelers fans react like the fans on this board though... Can't really replace Big Ben, but with what's out there, MT is probably their best option at this point. Wonder if they were in on Wentz? Seems like they were, but I can't remember.
Yes the Steelers and the Browns were interested in Wentz…the skins weren’t bidding against themselves
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“Pittsburgh wanted Carson Wentz, ultimately end up with Mitch Trubisky” Rap sheet on NFLN just now

I feel better and better folks

Also how bad was that Haskins pick? Dude will never start again


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“Pittsburgh wanted Carson Wentz, ultimately end up with Mitch Trubisky” Rap sheet on NFLN just now

I feel better and better folks

Also how bad was that Haskins pick? Dude will never start again


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I'd rather have Trubisky and the picks than Wentz w/o the picks.

Sorry bro but that is crazy talk. Wentz is way better lol


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Wentz would fit perfectly in Pitt, he’s a Big Ben clone actually.


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Old 03-14-2022, 01:38 PM   #27
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I'd rather have Trubisky and the picks than Wentz w/o the picks.
Id rather have Trubisky and picks but I think Trubisky and the Steelers were linked for a while now and we/league knew it.

Interested to see the Trubisky contract. Will be jealous if its a deal you can get out of after 1 year, if they had to commit to him for 3 years then not so much.
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BS is going to Jacksonville


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Schreff to Jax. Follow the $$$

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I figured it was Jags or Jets. He never cared about winning, just the money.
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