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Replace Tim Tebow with Ben Roethlisberger, and that could be the Steelers interior line.
The Steelers will be picking late in the 2010 NFL Draft, and may have to trade up to get the player they want, Mike Pouncey.
Thats right, that is what the crystal ball is telling me, the Steelers will take Maurkice Pounceys twin brother, with their first pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, and re-unite the brothers to form an amazing interior line in Pittsburgh.
They say to have a successful offensive line, the players have to know each other, and I can not imagine two players knowing each other better than twin brothers.
Left Tackle (SPOILER ALERT!) Following the 2011 season, the Pittsburgh Steelers will be have one of the hottest trading commodities in the NFL. Dennis Dixon is going to show during the 2010 suspension of Ben Roethlisberger, and in spot duty the rest of the 2010 and 2011 season, that he is the real deal. There is going to be a VERY high demand for him, similar to that of Matt Schaub when he was with the Falcons.
Many teams will be interested in Dixon, and there is going to be a bidding war for his services, and the Steelers will benefit from it.
The team that needs Dixon the most, is the San Francisco 49ers. The 49ers are going to trade former first round pick, Anthony Davis (2010, 11th overall) to the Steelers for Dixon, in addition to swapping picks with the Steelers in the first round.
Right Tackle will be Ramone Foster. Foster joined the Steelers as a undrafted free agent following the 2009 season, and out played third round pick Kraig Urbik. Foster is adapting to the NFL game, and in the next three years, will overtake the starting position.
The Center piece of the line will be 2010 first round pick, Maurkice Pouncey. Considering that Pouncey is slated to be the starter in his rookie season, it looks like the Steelers have found their center of the future with Maurkice Pouncey, and he will be the next in the long line of Steelers Centers, which include Mike Webster, Dermonti Dawson, and Jeff Hartings.
The Steelers will spend their first round pick, as I stated earlier, on Mike Pouncey, the twin brother of Maurkice, to play on the left side of the line, between Maurkice and Anthony Davis.
Chris Kemoeatu will be switching from the left side of the line, and at the age of 32. Kemoeatu does a decent job on the left side, but when he moves to right, he will be able to prolong his career, and make some Pro Bowls.