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Mel Kiper will be there, draft notes in hand, to break it all down.
Kiper, who has been covering the draft and evaluating players for over 30 years, recently participated in a conference call to discuss this year’s hot topics.
Even though he’s a seasoned veteran, Kiper still must adjust his evaluating techniques to counter trends that surface in the league.
The Miami Dolphins continue the search for their elusive first home win of 2010 on Sunday afternoon at Sun Life Stadium, as they welcome the Pittsburgh Steelers to sunny and hot South Florida.
One of the most fun non-divisional rivalries in football, the Steelers and the Dolphins are the two winningest teams in the NFL since the 1970 merger.
Pittsburgh has been known for impressive defenses back to their “Steel Curtain” days with Mean Joe Greene, L.C. Greenwood, Ernie Holmes, and Dwight White up front, Jack Lambert at linebacker, and cornerback Mel Blount patrolling the back end.
The Steelers allow an average of just 63.6 rushing yards a game, with an average carry of just 2.7 yards. But, the Dolphins are going to stay committed to establishing the ground attack with Ricky and Ronnie.
If they’re successful it will help to open up the passing game with Chad Henne airing it out to guys like Brandon Marshall.
When you think of the city of Pittsburgh, you think about black and yellow (or gold, whatever); you think of championships (and the Pirates, too); and you think about a blue-collar town with a football team that has seemingly always had a personality to match the toughness of the city in which they play.
They say defense wins championships, and in Pittsburgh they’ve been putting that theory to work for the better part of four-plus decades.