Personally, I'd still take the pick.
Sanders is nothing special. We can find at least as good in the draft.
"It is not the multitude of ale houses that occasions a general disposition toward drunkenness among the common people; but rather disposition arising from other causes necessarily gives employment to a multitude of ale houses." -- Adam Smith, 1776
Does it not seem like yesterday when we had our so called "young money" receiver crew? It really was a position i never thought we would have to worry about for many years. It is almost like we were too successful in the draft,getting it right,then all their contracts coming up at the same time.
I personally thing we will miss him & was looking forward to seeing to seeing what he would do without Wallace around, as our starting #2.
Now i know it comes from having a consistently good team & you have to try and keep the players,but i just can`t believe we are still in such cap shit,even with releasing or not resigning the players we have lost.
It shall be an interesting next 3 weeks.
Cheatriots should have gotten the death penalty with what they got caught doing... fuck those cocksuckers and their Cheatriot games.
That being said, Sanders doesn't seem to be anything special. Cheatriots are just being douchebags like usual.
Lamendola AND Sanders?!? I hope the *Pats have a lot of sweatsuits.
They may have to hire another trainer...
I say let them have him.
I'd take the 3rd round pick, and thank the Patsies!
Sanders is another receiver. I thought he would have brought a bit more so far, so I wouldn't mind taking the pick.
Now that we practically have a 3rd round pick in hand, it's almost like we're giving a 3rd round pick to rent Sanders for 1 year.......I'd rather have a rookie WR with a 4 year contract......
Take the pick, Colbert.
I think we finally pull one over on the pats. We got a third and where did we draft sanders good payoff for the time he gave us. No way do we match that offer. McClendon is going no where! Boonedock saints style " we're you going nowhere"
Thanks for your time in Pittsburgh and good luck Mr. Sanders. Enjoy the New England landscape.
Take the Draft pick Steelers front office and use it wisely.
Last edited by tjack; 04-12-2013 at 03:52 PM.
You know what the trouble about real life is? There's no danger music. -Chip Douglas
I am quite hopeful that Colbert welcomes agrees that Sanders is being overpaid and welcomes him to the next phase of his football career.
While he does have potential, he was often injured and never got elevate his play for an extended period.
Thanks for your contributions, Handy Manny, come talk about being the Steelers #3 next offseason.