2010 NFL Draft: Pittsburgh Steelers’ First Round Strategies and Possibilities

April 22, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

A few weeks ago, it seemed almost assured that the Pittsburgh Steelers would draft a cornerback or offensive lineman with their first selection, that they'd possibly trade down but not up, and that they would be able to, with almost every offensive position set, address a defense that looked terrible last year.
Well, we can throw all of that certainty out the window.
A few weeks, a big trade, and a suspension later, the Steelers' draft strategy couldn't be more muddled and confusing. 
Instead of heading into the draft with the deepest receiving corps in the NFL, the Steelers now seem to have a need for a new top wideout.
Also, there might be a need at quarterback depending on which way the Steelers proceed with the crestfallen Ben Roethlisberger.
So, with all of these changes, here's a look at what the Steelers could do in tonight's first round.

The "Stay the Course" Strategy
Possible Picks: Mike Iupati (OL), Maurkice Pouncey (C), Kyle...

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