Steelers Draft Hindsight Exercise: Would You Still Take Dri Archer In Round Three?

When the Pittsburgh Steelers drafted running back Dri Archer in the third round of the 2014 NFL Draft, I made it clear that I wasn’t a big fan of the selection. Now, six games into his rookie season, Archer has played all of 28 snaps in the four games that he’s dressed for and has registered 39 yards of offense on nine touches. Needless to say my opinion of the selection hasn’t changed.

I thought we would have a little fun today and run an exercise similar to the ones that we ran immediately after the draft. Now is you chance to change that pick or stay with Archer.

We have a few rules that you must follow, however, as you must select one of the 20 players drafted after Archer was taken and before wide receiver Martavis Bryant was taken by the Steelers in the fourth round with the 118th overall selection.

For easy reference I have included those 20 players below. In the comments below, let me know whether or not you would stay with the Archer selection and if not, which player of the 20 listed below would pick instead and why.

This should be fun now that we have six games behind us.

3/98 Green Bay Packers Richard Rodgers TE California
3/99 Baltimore Ravens (compensatory) Crockett Gilmore TE Colorado State
3/100 San Francisco 49ers (compensatory) Brandon Thomas OT Clemson
4/101 Philadelphia Eagles Jaylen Watkins CB Florida
4/102 Washington Redskins Bashaud Breeland CB Clemson
4/103 Atlanta Falcons Devonta Feeman RB Florida State
4/104 New York Jets Jalen Saunders WR Oklahoma
4/105 New England Patriots Bryan Stork C Florida State
4/106 San Francisco 49ers Bruce Ellington WR South Carolina
4/107 Oakland Raiders Justin Ellis DT Louisiana Tech
4/108 Seattle Seahawks Cassius Marsh DE UCLA
4/109 Buffalo Bills Ross Cockrell CB Duke
4/110 St. Louis Rams Maurice Alexander S Utah State
4/111 Cincinnati Bengals Russell Bodine C UNC
4/112 Tennessee Titans Daquan Jones DT Penn State
4/113 New York Giants Andre Williams RB Boston College
4/114 Jacksonville Jaguars Aaron Colvin CB Oklahoma
4/115 New York Jets Shaquelle Evans WR UCLA
4/116 Oakland Raiders Keith McGill CB Utah
4/117 Chicago Bears Ka’Deem Carey RB Arizona
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