Goodbye May, Hello June: Steelers Friday Night Five Questions

Steelers Depot Friday Night Five Questions

Happy Friday to all of you. It’s hard to believe that May is almost over and it’s now really beginning to feel like the start of the Pittsburgh Steelers 2015 training camp is right around the corner. We had quite a bit to talk about this past week thanks to the Steelers first OTA session taking place and they’ll be back at again on Tuesday.

As usual, I have five questions for you to answer on this Friday evening and I hope you will take time out to do that in the comments below.

Thank you to all of you that visited the site and commented this week, and I hope all of you have a safe weekend as well.

Peace and love!

1 – Wide receiver Martavis Bryant was selected as the “Joe Greene Great Performance Award” winner for 2014. That award is given annually to the team’s outstanding rookie and now it is your turn to guess which Steelers rookie will earn the award in 2015. Choose carefully as only one defensive player has won the award dating back to 2004 and that was Patrick Bailey, who really won in 2008 for his play on special teams.

2 – There certainly is a lot of talk about Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin possibly going for two more this upcoming season, thanks to the new extra-point rule that was passed by the owners. With that said, do you think the Steelers will go for two at least once in the regular-season opener against the New England Patriots?

3 – New Steelers running back DeAngelo Williams will more than likely be the starter for the first three games of the season while Le’Veon Bell serves is suspension. Should that indeed wind up being the case, how many of those three games will Williams have 20 or more “touches” in?

4 – Assuming both players stay healthy in 2015 and the Steelers defense logs 1,000 total snaps, tell me how many snaps Jarvis Jones and James Harrison each log in 2015.

5 – Which player will have more receptions in 2015: Bryant or Markus Wheaton?

Bonus – Guess how many catches between the numbers on the field that Wheaton had last season?

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