1. C.J. Mosley ILB Alabama
2. Chase Thomas OLB/DE Stanford
3. Shawn Williams S Georgia
I like Shawn Willliams. I think getting a guy like him could see Troy move over to FS, and allow him to play the more physical position.
I'd also like to see the Steelers take Desmond Trufant (Marcus' brother). I've loved what I've read about him.
I'd still like to see this team really take a tackle and seal that lineup for the time being. Pugh is still a guy I really like, and have been impressed when I've seen him.
I really don't know enough about Chase Thomas. I'm still operating under the belief that we have what we need at linebacker...guy's just need to get healthy and prove themselves. I have thought Worilds has been productive in limited snaps, and Sylvester is your prototypical strong side, tackling machine, rush linebacker.
“The most terrifying fact about the universe is not that it is hostile, but that it is indifferent. If we can come to terms with this indifference and accept the challenges of life within the boundaries of death, our existence as a species can have genuine meaning and fulfillment. However vast the darkness, we must supply our own light.” - Stanley Kubrick
What a wretched Saturday outside of one game. Montana loses to Montana State (though I'm actually not bitter about that as I want heads to roll in Missoula), Kansas State fails to show up against Baylor, Oregon is in OT against Stanford, Ohio State...whatever they're not eligible for the post-season anyway and I dislike Wisconsin too...but all this stuff is making for an Alabama-Notre Dame Championship Game...which...ew.
**** you Pitt for blowing that Notre Dame game. Honestly I hate Notre Dame more than I do Ohio State. I've met the occasional tOSU fan who can at least communicate like a human.
This thrusts me into the uncomfortable position of having to root for USC this week.
On that note I'm really kicking myself for not buying tickets to today's game earlier in the season when they weren't the hottest item in town...
(and yes, those are clouds...today was the first time it rained during the UCLA-USC game in 51 years)