Keep, Keep, Cut – Last Lineup Spot – Steelers Depot
If you’re like me you ‘d like the possibility to be a General Manager. We all have our opinions on gamers throughout the draft process and throughout the season of who we would choose to have on the team or active lineup. I believed this may be a fun process to look at a group of players give some background information on each gamer and see who you would keep.
I’ll offer you 3 gamers either from a position group or some other roster scenario and you choose which two you will keep and one player to cut. At the end of this procedure we’ll have an excellent concept of who you think must be on the roster.
Last Lineup Spot
We have actually invested that last few weeks constructing your roster. We have resolved each position group and we have one area left on the 53 guy lineup. The concentrate on this last area is in many cases on unique groups. They will not likely make an influence on offense or defense so they should be able to contribute on protection groups.
So this week resembles the last tribal council vote of Survivor. Rather of voting who to kick off the island, this week you are choosing one player you wish to keep. So technically is Keep Cut however I’m keeping the same title of connection purposes.
Here is the roster you have actually built so far.
Offense (25 )
QB (3) – Ben Roethlisberger, Mason Rudolph, Devlin Hodges
RB/FB (5) – James Conner, Benny Snell, Anthony McFarland, Derek Watt, Jaylen Samuels
WR (6) – JuJu Smith-Schuster, James Washington, Diontae Johnson, Chase Claypool, Deon Cain, Saeed Blacknall
TE (3) – Vince McDonald, Eric Ebron, Zach Gentry
OL (8) – Maurkice Pouncey, David DeCastro, Kevin Dotson, Chukwuma Okorafor, Stefen Wisniewski, Zach Banner, Matt Feiler, Alejandro Villanueva
Defense (24 )
DL (6) – Cameron Heyward, Stephon Tuitt, Tyson Alualu, Isaiah Buggs, Chris Wormley, Daniel McCullers
ILB (4) – Devin Bush, Vince Williams, Ulysees Gilbert, Robert Spillane
OLB (4) – T.J. Watt, Bud Dupree, Ola Adeniyi, Alex Highsmith
DB (6) – Joe Haden, Steven Nelson, Mike Hilton, Cameron Sutton, Justin Layne, Alexander Myres
S (4) – Minkah Fitzpatrick, Terrell Edmunds, Jordan Dangerfield, Antoine Brooks, Jr
. Specialists (3 )
K – Chris Boswell
P – Jordan Berry
LS – Kameron Canaday
Over the course of this process we have either cut gamers to make them eligible for the practice team or voted to keep specific players on the practice team. That team will include 12 gamers and will likely cover all position groups with at least one gamer.
So that provides us – QB Paxton Lynch, RB, Kerrith White, WR – Ryan Switzer, TE- Kevin Rader, OL J.C.Hassenauer, OL Derwin Gray, DL Henry Mondeaux, Josiah Coatney, ILB Leo Lewis, OLB Tuzar Skipper, James Lockhart, DB Trajan Bandy, S Marcus Allen
From these thirteen we are going to select one to add to the active lineup. Likewise be aware that on video game day two practice-squad players every week can be raised to the group’s active roster, and a team doesn’t have to change the player on the practice squad. One will probably be an offending lineman and the other possible for injury insurance on game day.
So who are our prospects for that last spot?
Tuzar Skipper – He would be the 5th OLB on the lineup and has the experience of being around in 2015 so he’s familiar with the procedure. For whatever factor, the team hardly used him on special groups in the preseason and didn’t utilize him there after resigning him in November. Can he do it? I believe we all think he can if provided the chance.
Trajan Bandy – The rookie UDFA from Miami would be DB number 7 and has the persistence and physicality to contribute on unique groups. He’s an aggressive tackler and going to stick his face in the fan. It would be a great place to cut his teeth and make his mark.
Kerrith Whyte – Will the Steelers keep 6 RB’s on the roster? I do not understand. I made Whyte the option here since of the present gamers noted above on the 53 guy lineup, none returned kicks for Pittsburgh last year (other than for Snell’s 8 lawn return at the end of Q2 in week 17). White did and led the group with very modest numbers. McFarland will likely get a shot back there and Whyte next to him provides 2 strong alternatives.
Time to Choose
This could be the hardest choice to make. I think all 3 of these players have an opportunity to be on the lineup and get some work on special groups.
The personnel’s way prematurely lineups include Skipper and Bandy on Dave’s roster with Whyte on the PS. Matthew had Skipper on the roster with Bandy and Whyte hopefuls for the PS. Alex had Bandy on the team with Skipper on the PS.
I am opting for Skipper anticipating him to be able to contribute on special groups and provider depth at a crucial protective position.
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