that's not true at all. i already disproved that. teams didn't reach for them, they were projected at that. Regardless though at the end of the day, even if it is a reach (which it wasn't) it was still a 1st round pick meaning NFL scouts and NFL GMs for those teams deemed the player worthy. I get reaches, hell the texans this draft reached for an OT in the 1st that should have been a 4th rounder. it happens it's still a 1st round bust if they fail. I'm not saying to live and die by that info, i'm just pointing out that WR is one of the toughest positions to guage in the draft. more-so then most and that good WRs can be found all over the draft. I have nothing against taking a WR in the 1st, i just think we have bigger needs and this is a very rare good o-line draft and that is our biggest need. having an eilte WR doesn't mean crap if the QB has no time to throw it to him. and the steelers are not good at late round talent at all. they are good at finding WRs but have been awful at other positions, especially CB when drafting. there is also easily an OT to take top 5 in Andrew Thomas. He isn't a reach at all. We also won't be picking top 5. probably more in the 8-12 range. He can be the anchor of our line for a decade. If we can land a C and LT in this draft like we did with brick and mangold that would be a way bigger boost to this team then landing a WR.