Season 2, Episode 101 of The Terrible Podcast is up and David Todd and start celebrating the selection of Stanford guard David DeCastro as the 24th pick in the first round of the 2012 NFL draft by the Pittsburgh Steelers. We start breaking down the picks and trades that happened along the way that set up the gift from heaven to the Steelers and make sure to spank and thank the Cleveland Browns for playing a big role in it all.
After a further recap of round one we talk specifically about DeCastro and what he brings to the table. What side will he ultimately play and does that even matter right now? We discuss, but both agree that he is a plug and play guard for sure. DUH! We move on to talk about where the Steelers go from here in rounds two and three as far as potential targets and talk about a few positions and players that might become value.
David and I will be back at you again on Saturday with a recap of the Steelers day two picks and will look ahead to day three then.
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