Pittsburgh Steelers 2018 NFL Draft

Pittsburgh Steelers 2018 NFL Draft

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Pittsburgh Steelers 2018 mock drafts, last year draft recap, Pittsburgh Steelers draft needs, 2018 draft trades.

GM: Kevin Colbert

Head Coach: Mike Tomlin

Offensive Coordinator: Randy Fichtner

Defensive Coordinator: Keith Butler

Offensive Scheme: Erhardt-Perkins

Defensive Scheme: 3-4

NFL Offensive Rankings

Run: 20 Pass: 3 Total: 3

NFL Defensive Rankings

Run: 10 Pass:Total: 5

2018 Estimated Cap Space


2018 NFL Mock Drafts

2018 NFL Mock Draft

DraftGeek’s Mock Draft


Pittsburgh Steelers Previous Draft

2/62 JuJu Smith-Schuster WR USC
3/94 Cameron Sutton CB TENNESSEE
3/105 James Conner RB PITTSBURGH
4/135 Joshua Dobbs QB TENNESSEE
5/173 Brian Allen CB UTAH
6/213 Colin Holba LS LOUISVILLE

Post Draft Thoughts:

“The Steelers needed a linebacker and didn’t wait long to get one. Watt is just learning the position but he won’t have to be counted on to be a star from day one. Smith-Schuster is a tough, reliable receiver, in the mold of Boldin, and could be the possession receiver that will be an excellent complement to their stars at WR and RB. Is Josh Dobbs the QB of the future?  He is raw, but this is the perfect timing for picking up a QB and seeing how he progresses.”

2018 NFL Draft

The Steelers defense has officially made the transition from the legendary Dick LeBeau and found themselves a gem in last year’s first round pick of T.J. Watt. This is a linebacker driven defense, and it has been fairly obvious that they need an inside linebacker to make that unit the strength of the defense.

Josh Dobbs is a good backup quarterback, but they might have to seriously look at finding Big Ben’s long term replacement. Playing QB in Pittsburgh means having a strong arm, with all three division opponents playing in cold weather stadiums. The Steelers will probably looking at this year’s crop of quarterbacks, along with looking ahead at the year after’s potential prospects.  This year might be the time to pull the trigger and get a strong armed QB prospect to start grooming.

Having possibly the best trio of WR / RB / QB and with budding stars at WR and RB means that it is important not waste that talent with a sub par offensive line.  The Steelers by no means have a poor offensive line, but should be, and have been careful to keep new talent coming in, and could use some depth on the interior.

Pittsburgh Steelers 2018 NFL Draft Needs



2018 NFL Draft Trades for the Pittsburgh Steelers

Round 1
Houston to Cleveland
Kansas City to Buffalo

Round 2
Houston to Cleveland
Los Angeles Rams to Buffalo
New Orleans to San Francisco
Philadelphia to Cleveland
San Francisco to New England
Seattle to New York Jets

Round 3
Buffalo to Carolina
Chicago to San Francisco
Philadelphia to Buffalo
Seattle to Houston

Round 4
Arizona to Chicago
Carolina to Cleveland
Minnesota to Philadelphia to Miami
Minnesota to Philadelphia
Philadelphia to Miami
Pittsburgh to San Francisco
San Francisco to Denver

Round 5
Atlanta to Denver
Dallas to New York Jets
Houston to Seattle
Kansas City to Cleveland
Miami to New Orleans
New England to Seattle
New York Jets to San Francisco
Oakland to Seattle
San Francisco to Pittsburgh
Seattle to Philadelphia

Round 6
Buffalo to Los Angeles Rams
Detroit to Los Angeles Rams
Pittsburgh to Cleveland to Pittsburgh to Tampa Bay
Pittsburgh to Cleveland
Cleveland to Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh to Tampa Bay
Seattle to Oakland

Round 7
Kansas City to San Francisco
Los Angeles Chargers to Buffalo
Los Angeles Chargers to Buffalo
Buffalo to Carolina
Minnesota to Seattle
New England to Cincinnati
New England to Seattle
New York Jets to Seattle
Philadelphia to Seattle
Seattle to New York Jets
Seattle to New England
Tampa Bay to Miami

Conditional / Yet to be Have Details Released
Arizona to Kansas City
Arizona to New Orleans
Baltimore to Arizona
Baltimore to Los Angeles Rams
Buffalo to Green Bay
Cincinnati to Jacksonville
Jacksonville to Miami
New England to Philadelphia
New York Giants to Pittsburgh

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