Which spots on the depth chart should the Pittsburgh Steelers prioritize in the 2016 NFL Draft? The common answers is safety, cornerback, defensive back or whichever comes first. Seriously, the conventional wisdom is that secondary is the Steelers primary need in the 2016 NFL Draft.
But Steel Curtain Rising never fears from going against the conventional wisdom and nor should you. So here’s your chance to vote on the what you think are the Steelers 2016 priorities needs.
Perhaps you think that 2016 is the year when the Steelers need to begin searching for Ben Roethlisberger’s replacement? Yours truly doesn’t agree, but don’t let that stop you from casting your vote. Maybe you feel that the depth behind Le’Veon Bell and DeAngelo Williams needs to be boosted, here’s your chance to vote.
Most pundits think that even in spite of Martavis Bryant’s suspension, the Steelers depth at wide receiver is OK with Antonio Brown, Markus Wheaton, Darrius Heyward-Bey and Sammie Coates.
- Take exception to that?
Then vote accordingly. Think the Steelers need to hedge their bets at tight end despite Ladarius Green’s signing and Jesse James’ potential? Do you think the poor depth behind Cameron Heyward and Stephon Tuitt trumps these other needs? Make your voice heard with a click.
In the coming weeks Steel Curtain Rising will begin profiling the Steelers 2016 Draft needs, position by position. However, you the reader have your chance to make your views known now. And don’t feel limited by the poll, feel free to leave a comment and argue for your choice.