The Steelers need to revisit their WR depth chart.
On Sunday, two receivers played 90 percent of the snaps: JuJu (duh), and Donte Moncrief (doink).
"Crief,” as he’s referred to by Roethlisberger, had 10 targets, 3 catches and 4 drops!
James Washington played just 52 percent of the offensive snaps, yet he had a 45 yard catch and run down the sideline.
According to our friend Mark Kaboly, Moncrief is currently dealing with an injury to his middle finger and is still in some discomfort.
--That alone should slide him down the depth chart. Couple that with the fact that Moncrief played the worst game of his life? He shouldn’t play 90 percent of the snaps again.
Is Ryan Switzer good enough to be the teams number two wide receiver? Hell to the nawwww.
Switzer catches just about everything that's thrown to him, but he very rarely makes anything happen after the catch. He averaged just 4.8 yards per catch on Sunday. Woof.
Here’s how I’d change things on Sunday: Play JuJu a bunch, and have James Washington be your number two.
He was the Steelers best offensive player in the preseason. He had that aforementioned long catch against the Patriots.
Plus, the Seattle secondary had a hell of a time with **checks notes** Andy Dalton on Sunday.
The Red Rider BB Gun threw for 418 yards including completions of 55, 36, 35, 33 and 24 yards.
The Steelers best deep threat is James Washington. Get him on field on Sunday and get his ass the ball.