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Steelers vs Bills Second Half Live Update And Discussion Thread


The Pittsburgh Steelers showed a lot to like in the first half of their second preseason game against the Buffalo BillsBen Roethlisberger led two touchdown drives on his first two possessions, hitting Antonio Brown and Markus Wheaton for the scores.

The Steelers’ first-round pic, Ryan Shazier, made his debut, and did so in a big way, registering what I can only assume was double-digit tackles between defense and special teams and hauling in an impressive interception in front of Bills tight end Scott Chandler down the field.

When we resume play, the Steelers will receive a kickoff that will probably go out the back of the end zone, just because.

After the predicted touchback, Landry Jones took the field and was sacked on first down. Mike Adams at right tackle, Guy Whimper at left tackle. On second down, a pass to Darrius Heyward-Bey was defended, but Aaron Williams was called for defensive holding for a first down.

Dri Archer carried on the following play for three yards. Jones was under pressure and threw the ball into the dirt. Cody Wallace was flagged for holding, but so far the Steelers’ second-team line is being tested by the Bills’ defensive line depth.

Following the penalty, David Paulson broke a tackle, stepped back, and headed forward for some extra yards to set up third and four, but Jones couldn’t find Paulson again on the following play. Brad Wing‘s second punt of the game was decent, but was returned eight yards before Howard Jones made the tackle.

Two carries and a first down for the Bills against the Steelers’ second-team defense. Daniel McCullers nearly made a stop in the backfield on the following play, but Sean Spence finished it.

Robert Golden laid a hit on the fullback Evan Rodriguez after a reception, but bounced off. He fumbled later, however, and Golden was able to fall on the ball. Shamarko Thomas was the cause. The runner stepped out of bounds, but that aspect of the play is not part of the automatic review process. Steelers ball.

It’s nice that the second-team defense forced a turnover, but the Bills were driving nicely before that.

Archer took the hand off, but was blown up in the back field for a loss on first down. He got the pass on second down, however, and flew down the sideline for 39 yards before being barely contained by the jersey.

The Bills were offside on the next play to make it first and five. Jones looked to the end zone for Martavis Bryant, and drew a holding call in the process. The pass was just beyond Bryant’s fingertips.

Both tackles allowed pressure on the next snap. Adams’ man walked him into Jones, and Whimper’s man got the strip sack. Bryant Browning limped off the field after having his leg rolled up on. That’s an interception and a lost fumble for Jones, who held on to the ball too long on that play.

Antwon Blake was flagged for pass interference in the end zone on an obvious call, giving Buffalo a first down at the one-yard line. The Steelers stopped Boobie Dixon on the first attempt, but he reached over the pile for a touchdown on second and goal. Blake was flagged on the play, but it was declined for obvious reasons.

The Steelers’ first kick returned of the preseason was taken by James Shaw, who earlier played for the Pittsburgh Power this year.

Wesley Johnson is in at center, with Wallace at guard now. Tauren Poole picked up five yards on two carried to set up third and five. Bryant was unable to bring in the pass, sending Wing back out.

T.J. Graham returned the 51-yard punt a little over 20 yards, and an illegal formation penalty on Howard Jones tacked on another five.

Thad Lewis hit his receiver along the right sideline for a first down, but offsetting penalties negated the play. His next pass sailed well out of bounds with nobody around. On second and 10, Blake had good coverage on Marcus Easley, but the pass wasn’t nearly complete anyway.

Chris Carter nearly sacked Lewis, but the ensuing pass was incomplete, with Isaiah Green in strong coverage. Brian Moorman‘s punt was downed at the eight-yard line, but a flag on the Bills for illegal touching added five yards.

Bruce Gradkowski entered the game with five and a half minutes left in the third quarter. Wallace was flagged for hands to the face, negating a pass to Archer.

Justin Brown was the recipient of Gradkowski’s first official pass for six yards, making it second and six from deep in Steelers territory. Poole found little room around the right edge, setting up third and nine.

A delay of game resulted in a five-yard penalty, and the subsequent third-down play was ineffective. Pressure from around the tackles flushed the quarterback up in the pocket and forced him to dump it off to Poole for a loss.

Wing’s third punt of the game went 53 yards with a short return, but Miguel Maysonet was flagged for a facemask on the tackle, giving the Bills the ball on the Steelers’ 45.

The quarterback Lewis kept the ball and carried for 12 yards. Bryce Brown‘s carry on the next play was good for just a short gain, if anything. On second and 10, Lewis’ deep pass couldn’t find a target. Brice McCain seemed to have been beaten on the play otherwise. On third down, pressure forced an errant throw, and Golden took advantage to pick it off for the defense’s third turnover of the night.

Gradkowski looked for Heyward-Bey down the right sideline on first down, but the coverage didn’t allow it. An illegal formation on Bryant was declined on a narrowly incomplete pass to Brown on a low throw under pressure.

On third and 10, Eric Waters chipped a rusher to take the pass, but it was well short of a first down. Wing’s punt only traveled about 35 yards. He has been lacking in consistency through his first two games, which plagued the Steelers last year at the position.

The Bills turned to Jeff Tuel as their third quarterback as the game bled into the fourth quarter. Dixon was tackled after a five-yard gain by Brian Arnfelt, who desperately needed playing time, and Terence Garvin.

Ethan Hemer is playing as the third-team left defensive end over Nick Williams. After a first down, the Bills were in a third and eight situation, and Tuel hit Scott Gragg for the first down.

On the next play, Thomas came up to make the stop in the running game. Roy Philon is also playing over Williams. Why? McCain nearly intercepted the third down pass. He probably should have had that one, but he did a nice job to cut off the route. The Bills missed a subsequent field goal to keep the game tied at 13.

The pass intended for Kashif Moore after the missed field goal was incomplete, but a defensive hold on the Bills gave the Steelers a new first down. An offside makes it first and five.  Bryant rose up in front of a falling defender to grab a pass in bounds near the sideline for a first down.

Josh Harris had no room on first down. In the no huddle, Gradkowski looked down the sideline for Derek Moye, but the pass was out of bounds. Now third and 11, Gradkowski is forced to scramble, but can’t get the first-down yardage.

It does give the Steelers a chance to attempt a field goal. Shaun Suisham is perfect from distance to take the lead at 16-13. Bryce Davis was the long snapper instead of Luke Ingram that time.

Suisham’s kickoff was fielded by Graham about nine yards in the end zone for a touchback. The Bills resume their offensive with just under 10 minutes to go.

Hebron Fangupo came in in the sub-package on first down along with Mauro. Still no Nick Williams. On third and eight, Mauro registered a one-yard sack after the quarterback was flushed out of the pocket. Archer was back to field the punt, but it was downed in front of him.

Whimper got pushed back on first down and allowed Harris to be stuffed at the line. Bryant tried to climb over the defender for a long reception, but was unable to come down with the ball. On third and nine, Lanear Sampson came down with a short gain to force the Steelers to punt. Wing’s punt was better this time, with a short return.

Fangupo stacked and shed well on second down for a tackle to set up third and five with five minutes remaining. On third down, Tuel was able to scramble after the play broke down for 17 yards.

Lew Toler got turned around after a reception to allow a first down on the next play. Tuel’s next pass was incomplete out of bounds. After a rushed pass, Toler had a receiver jump in front of him for the reception.

Arnfelt, Hemer, and Fangupo remain the third-team defensive line. On second and eight, a hole opened up in that line for a run of first-down yardage.

Ross Ventrone helped chase Brown out of bounds for a loss of two. Williams finally entered the game and was around the pile after a short gain. On third and nine, Jones was held to make it third and 19.

Nowhere to go for Tuel on third down. Time for the Bills to threaten to send a preseason game into overtime at the two-minute warning strikes. And it’s a tie, with less than two minutes remaining. In the preseason. Remember, this is all Suisham’s fault for missing an extra point.

Shaw makes no effort to return his second kickoff. Gradkowski out to try to lead a scoring drive to end the game in regulation. 1:56 to play and three timeouts.

Moore came down with a first-down pass off the bat. The quarterback looked for him down the field on the next play, but it was incomplete. On second down, Bryant took a short pass and stiff-armed his way for about five yards to set up third and five after the timeout. Gradkowski scrambled for a first down to keep the drive alive.

He looked down the field for Bryant, who only managed to tip the ball in the air, and the pass was intercepted with 43 seconds remaining at the Bills’ 29. One pass, nine yards, timeout. 37 seconds.

On second and one, Garvin came tearing into the backfield for a sack, and nearly swiped the ball out. Now third and four, Vic So’oto registerd the strip sack, and it was scooped up by Jones, who returned it near the goal line. That’s his third fumble recovery of the preseason.

The Steelers tried to run it in, but the Bills stuffed it. Using their last timeout with two seconds remaining, Suisham was able to redeem himself for missing the extra point that threatened to send the game into overtime with his second field goal of the game, and the win.

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About Matthew Marczi

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  • Dom

    For half time anybody want to explain to me why you don’t always just use one pitcher in baseball? Does your arm just stop working or what?

  • WilliamSekinger

    Box Score for Shazier: 11 Total tackles, 11 Solo, 1 pass Defensed, 1 Int.
    CJ Mosley: 5 Total tackles, 4 solo

    Just one game, but those two will inevitably be compared all season long. Personally, I’ll take Shaz!

  • Aric Brown

    go into your back yard and throw a baseball as hard as you can 110 times on Monday Wednesday Thursday and Saturday… and let me know how ur arm feels on Sunday

  • Dom

    That’s what I was asking, Never got into baseball

  • Dom

    Oh and one other thing, do you ever get a pitcher who just throws like slow balls, kinda like a spinner in cricket? Or do they all just fire it in super fast?

  • Aric Brown

    I don’t care for it myself but I play in a slow-pitch softball league as an outfielder and I throw hard about 15 times a game and my arm/elbow are sometimes sore the next day

  • Aric Brown

    There was a pitcher in the early 2000′s that mainly threw knuckleballs roughly 60 mph

  • Dom

    That’s my kind of pitcher

  • Aric Brown

    But ya I think ( again I’m not a fan) that the majority of the pitches are very high velocity

  • Dom

    Thanks for the answers.

  • Dom

    Landry pulling in those penalty yards! what a QB

  • Jeff

    Yeah, let’s just keep 2 QBs on the 53 man roster….

  • Aric Brown

    Over or under a 24.9 Passer Rating for Landy by games end

  • Dom

    Ummm I think I’ll go under. Now give me my free money.

  • Jeff

    Lovin’ these turnovers!

  • DoctorNoah

    Look, I have been patient and accepting of Landry Jones but, my God, this guy is a wet noodle. We’ve let go of Brian Hoyer. We had the good luck to have Batch as our 40-year-old 3 rd string QB. But Landry Jones makes Mark Malone look like Peyton Manning! Absolutely terrible. Everyone who’s been saying that this was a terrible pick for over a year , I get you now.

  • Dom

    Golden making some plays.

  • Dom

    He shouldn’t have got that many yards though really

  • Aric Brown

    we don’t judge you because you waited a year

  • DoctorNoah

    Thank you. I am embarrassed to have not shouted for the guy’s head on a stake until now…

  • Superdriller316

    Who says Dri was a bad 3rd round pick?

  • Wing t

    Mike Mitchell is Ryan Clark 2.0. He can’t play without running his mouth.

  • Dom

    DRIIIIIIIIIIIIII

  • Aric Brown

    Dri Archer is crazy fast.. and Landon Cohen knows our snap count

  • Dom

    He can even make Landry jones look passable

  • WilliamSekinger

    No need to be embarrassed. I’ve been patient as well, but my patienience is wearing really thin. I think they could trade him for 7th round pick and I wouldn’t be upset.

  • Aric Brown

    that single play raised Landry from a 8.8 passer rating to a 53 rating

  • Dom

    Oh landry

  • Aric Brown

    How embarrassing for Cohen to get caught with a 20 yard head start on everybody

  • Big White

    Enough Landry already!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Send in the national guard to rescue him. Oklahoma wouldn’t take him back.

  • DoctorNoah

    And… The noodle fumbles. I’ve seen watermelons at a Gallagher concert take a hit better.

  • Tom

    Please cut Landry Jones.
    Tim Tebow would be a huge upgrade.

  • CuldesacBill

    Hubbard may not even make the practice squad with that blocking. I can’t even make an excuse for Landry’s performance. just horrible!!!!

  • DoctorNoah

    Trade him to whom?l is the question! I would trade him for a chance to draft an UDFA.

  • sean mcmartin

    Cut laundry,Grab someone off a PS. teams will be trying to hide a couple.

  • Michel Smiffi

    F*ck you, Landry Jones!!!! Go away!! Go anywhere outside of Pittsburgh, you suck!!!

  • WilliamSekinger

    That too. They just need to get something for him, even if it’s a 2nd team scrub. I don’t like seeing 4th round picks wasted :(

  • Spencer Krick

    Punts haven’t been bad.

  • Jonas

    I’m pretty sure Landry will clear waivers, I think we even could sign him midseason as a free-agent.
    But we really shouldn’t do that either..

    It#s not just because of the fumble, although his inner clock seems to be terrible. He really has no game managing ability. How he leads a drive, keeps the drive alive and makes play corrections is just highly sub-par, and that against 2nd stringer.

  • Steven Vincent

    Landry Jones is just horrible. Time to admit we blew last year’s 4th round draft pick and just cut him. Hopefully the Browns will cut Hoyer and we can pick him up as bu qb

  • Michel Smiffi

    Maybe try Brad Wing at QB intead of L. Jones. He’s probably better

  • Milliken Steeler

    Please don’t even joke about that circus.

  • Jacob Dixon

    Agreed picks like that is the reason why the steelers haven’t made the playoffs since 2011

  • Dom

    4th round picks are not why we haven’t made the Superbowl

  • Jacob Dixon

    Most likely

  • Jacob Dixon

    Bad drafting isn’t what I’m getting at

  • Jonas

    And I’m considering me as a former member of team patience!

  • Milliken Steeler

    Trade him to the Packers for Jeff Janis! The Packers would never do it though:(

  • Dom

    So it’s the fact that one of our inactives on game day all last year isn’t that good?

  • Jacob Dixon

    That we could of filled a need instead of the depth chart

  • Michel Smiffi

    I was so excited during the first quarter. But #3 ruined the entire game.

  • Big White

    Isiah Green gonna show me something tonight.

  • Jacob Dixon

    You aren’t the only one

  • Dom

    I agree that it’s not ideal I just don’t think that was a major factor in not making the playoffs.

  • Dom

    The main thing is the starters and backups elsewhere are playing well

  • Michel Smiffi

    He’s already done with any chance to make the team after last week’s “efford”

  • Jacob Dixon

    True

  • Big White

    Let’s not make it personal. I don’t want Landry on my team, but it’s just a game dude.

  • Matthew Marczi

    Teams don’t completely write off players after just a game. Kelvin Beachum wouldn’t be here if that were the case.

  • Jacob Dixon

    True but we could of drafted a corner and it would have helped us now

  • Michel Smiffi

    I would still like to see the Steelers not going 0-4 in the Preseason AGAIN. We need to finally win a game, don’t want to have a reg. season start like last year

  • Tom

    Was not much of a circus in New England. It’s only a circus if the team/coach involved is dumb enough to let it be.

  • Michel Smiffi

    Beachum was never that bad

  • Jacob Dixon

    Yeah

  • Jacob Dixon

    Cody wallace isn’t having a good game

  • sweep_the_legarrette

    I want to join the mob, Landry sucks. Any pitchforks or torches left?

  • mlc43

    While being able to throw at super high velocity (95mph+) there aren’t that many that can do that. Assuming most pitchers fastball is around 91ish, and that’s all they threw, they would get rocked every single game. The biggest asset for a pitcher is change of speeds. You want to have a change up that is about 10mph slower than your fastball. You also want a good breaking ball. So…NO…they don’t just throw it super fast. Most have at least 3 pitches.

  • Steeler4Ever

    good to see tuit and Mucullers making some plays

  • Dom

    Hope you enjoy the stay

  • Big White

    Wanna see more of So’otu? I think i bombed on the name, but he’s a player.

  • Michel Smiffi

    Please beware if ANY starter on the O-Line or Big Ben goes down. We are DONE with any of that “back ups” has to step in

  • Jacob Dixon

    I rather do laundry the watch him play

  • Michel Smiffi

    Isaah Green got burned. I’m shocked.

  • Big White

    Whooooooaaaa. A steeler DB who can catch a football!!!

  • Jacob Dixon

    Robert golden is showing why he should be on the team

  • Dom

    Golden’s on fire today

  • Steve

    Tim Wakefield was a knuckleballer that played for the pirates.

  • Spencer Krick

    JV punt

  • Dom

    Ok guys I’m off its 3 AM here and I got work tomorrow, Was fun though. Hope Landry doesn’t get a touch again

  • sean mcmartin

    Wing just sucks out loud..

  • Steeler4Ever

    later Dom

  • Spencer Krick

    Later man

  • DoctorNoah

    Was trying to count hang time in my head. Seems close to five seconds each time. Can’t really complain. Funny to see Moorman on the other side. Bills are basically the Steelers’ rejects, plus Fred, CJ and EJ

  • DoctorNoah

    Better hang time on his passes I’m sure…

  • DoctorNoah

    Fire away! When they have to bring the second string QB in to bail out the 3rd string in a preseason game just to see if anyone else on the offense vying for a roster spot is any good, you know your 3 rd stronger sucks.

  • DoctorNoah

    Tuitt continues to look good. Hard to really keep track of McCullers, but I really want that guy to emerge!

  • Jonas

    In Bruce we trust

  • Big White

    Nice catch Bryant!!! Can’t coach that.

  • DoctorNoah

    Switch to a 4-3: Heyward, McClendon, McCullers and Tuitt! Spence, Shazier and Timmons behind. :) yes, just silliness, but sounds fun, right? Worilds hasn’t exactly flashed btw. Still waiting for some garbage time plays from Howard Jones. Moats solid

  • Aric Brown

    I’d replace Mclendon with Mauro just for the sheer size of the 2 guys in the middle

  • Jonas

    Poor you.. 4am here.
    Sunday Night Football would be more of a problem for me, so yay let’s see what our 9th stringer can bring on the field! Lucky me ;)

  • Big White

    That’s actually not a bad idea. He definitely has value as a #3.

  • WilliamSekinger

    We gonna see Kay in this 4th quarter? If he completes 2 or 3 passes he could pass Landry on the depth chart!

  • Steve

    With as much as World makes he needs to get in gear.

  • Steve

    Bryce Davis given a chance at LS. Good move.

  • Michel Smiffi

    Everybody would

  • Alex Kozora

    Lew Toler is in the game. This is not a drill.

  • Steve

    Ratbirds beating Cryboys 34-30 one min left in game.

  • Matthew Marczi

    Howard Jones deserves to make the roster just for keeping this game out of overtime.

  • Tom

    HoJo!

  • Agustin-ARG

    Howard Jones makes more plays than Carter in all his carrer

  • Steven Vincent

    HoJo! HoJo! HoJo! HoJo! Give that man a roster spot!

  • Spencer Krick

    Don’t forget about So’oto with the strip!

  • Aric Brown

    Howard Jones has a nose for the football… Malcom Smith anyone?

  • Big White

    Steelers have to keep an extra linebacker. You can’t cut So’otu or Jones. Can’t do it.

  • Matthew Marczi

    Let’s not forget that HoJo has been the beneficiary made by two plays from Vic So’oto. Both of these guys are jeopardizing Carter’s future.

  • Jonas

    That’s what I call a clutch play!

  • Big White

    Mauro is a lock for the roster.

  • Aric Brown

    Its looking more and more like it… he looked comfortable back in coverage in that zone blitz

  • WilliamSekinger

    Thank god there is no OT.

  • Jonas

    So’oto again forces the actual play..
    Both guys with some great hustle!

  • Steelers12328882

    Bruce Gradkowski is horrible. probably even worse than Landry.

  • Big White

    Did Landry Jones arrange a tryout with the Bills after the 3rd quarter??? That fumble looked so Landry.

  • Aric Brown

    i respectfully disagree… Gradkowski has definitely looked better in years past but he’s still about 3X the QB Landry is

  • Matthew Marczi

    Seems that way, as the fourth DE. Kind of disappointed not to see Nick Williams much if at all in this game. After cuts, though, he should get some more playing time.

  • Jonas

    Wouldn’t say lock after 1/2 of the preseason, but yes he definitely makes it as hard as possible for the coaches to cut him!

  • Matthew Marczi

    In the New York area, that’s known as the Eli Special.

  • Steelers12328882

    What years past? 2006? 7 for 13. 47 yards. 3.6 avg. 1 int. Garbage.

  • Tammie Sherrell Hill

    Howard Jones looking like a keeper and mauro so long carter and what going on with dangerfield

  • Jonas

    Kudos!

  • WilliamSekinger

    1st team offense looked special. Shazier is going to be a star. Dline got pushed around early, but they settled in. D backs need to clean up their tackling. 2nd team Oline still sucks. Landry needs to be cut. Wing shanks 1 punt per game, but he is still an improvement over what they had last year.

  • Aric Brown

    How about the year he tore the Steelers up as a QB for Oakland?

  • Aric Brown

    It’s not all about the stats a lot of it has to do with instincts Bruce knows when to tuck and run and just has so much more awareness of the game… something that may come to Landry over time

  • chris ward

    Impressed with the Steelers starters. Shazier looked amazing, Ben TD to Wheaton was great execution, great throw and route. HoJo continues to impress, good first preseason win!

  • Aric Brown

    spot on on Wing… he’s not that bad.. he’s inconsistent but he improved from last week

  • Agustin-ARG

    really happy see young players makes big plays

  • Big White

    Tomlin with the fresh trim in the postgame press conference. Dig it.

  • Steelers12328882

    Yeah great a career game in 2009. Big deal. The dude sucks. I’d rather have Landry at Qb, but that’s not saying much. Both guys are garbage.

  • Steelers12328882

    Totally missed the entire game. Can’t wait to see the replay. What happened to our running game?

  • WilliamSekinger

    1st team scored too fast for there to be much of a running game. The little there was looked ok though.

  • Aric Brown

    kind of lackluster running game

  • Matthew Marczi

    To be fair, this Buffalo front dominated the Steelers’ line last year, and in this game, the first-team offense spent most of its time operating through the air, so I don’t feel like we got much of a look at the first-string running game in this game.

  • Tammie Sherrell Hill

    Ben just gave us a glimpse of what could and should be an explosive offense

  • CW

    Can we just replace Landry Jones with a sack of potatoes?

    Please?

    I’d feel more confident in the sack’s abilities as a quarterback.

  • Matthew Marczi

    Would still probably have to pay it vet minimum.

  • CW

    Your choice, a vet minimum sack or a fumbling, bumbling Keystone Cop playing quarterback.

    I’ll take the lumpy spud from Idaho.

    Hope they use Brandon Kay next week. Just to see if he’s got anything worth keeping around.

  • Matt Manzo

    I thought it was 19 that tipped that ball that got intercepted, not 10?

  • Steve

    When is 1st cut made?

  • Matthew Marczi

    Nope, it was Bryant. I just reviewed the play, however, and the cornerback got a piece of it and tapped it back. Bryant was trying to reach up and cup it toward his body. Actually a nice effort, but a good play by the cornerback.

  • CrazyTerry

    Did a single person outside the steelers organization even like the Landry Jones pick at the time it was made? Colbert : how does this guy go from a great GM to such a mediocre one? Taking Adams in the second round was another dumb move that would get other GMs fired. But Landry Jones was plain flat out stupid pick especially when it came at the expense of a mid round draft pick. Hopefully, this year’s draft will go some way to redeeming his mediocre second half of his tenure.

  • GoSteelerz

    It’s about bleeping time!!!! LOL

  • Matthew Marczi

    Bill Polian loved the pick, actually.

  • Matthew Marczi

    The 26th I believe.

  • Steve

    10 days for some players who need to make the most of it.

  • Matt Manzo

    Damn. At least it wasn’t all his fault. I really wanna see him succeed for us.

  • Matt Manzo

    At the time the pick made a little sense if we were thinking of grooming someone for awhile.
    But right now the pick doesn’t make any sense!

  • Dom

    Normally I’d stick it out, Was getting a bit depressed by Big l’ Landry and Co. Though

  • Jonas

    Understandably.. missed some good plays by Mauro, So’oto, Golden etc. but with steelersdepots service that’s not a problem at all!
    It was quite depressing yes, otherwise I agree – you’re getting used to stand one night without sleep.

  • joed32

    I just hope he plays as well as Clark did up until last year.

  • joed32

    The last 2 drafts have been pretty good. The top 3 from last year will all start and Shamarko will eventually, and this year’s top 3 are looking good too. Anything after the 3rd is a crap shoot.

  • joed32

    Bell and Blount 7 carries for 11 yards.

  • joed32

    Said he was the best QB in the draft.

  • joed32

    You know what they say about hindsight.

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