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Friday Night Steelers Six Pack of questions and open thread: Offseason, Vol. 12

There is plenty to talk about regarding all things black-and-gold!

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Several people have asked if we could bring back the Friday Night Open Thread. I had moved the event to Saturday morning, but after minimal success, I decided to bring it back to Friday night — with a slight twist.

I liked the Saturday Six-Pack theme, so I decided to just take the six questions and move them to Friday night. Say hello to Friday Night Six-Pack of Steelers Questions and open thread!

The rules haven’t changed...

Quick rundown of the ground rules.

  • I’ll ask at least four questions strictly related to the Steelers.
  • The rest of the questions could be about anything.
  • Be respectful.
  • Have fun talking about the Black-and-gold.

That’s it! With that out of the way, it’s time to get this party started. Hey, don’t act like you’ve never done a little Friday night drinking. Here goes:

1. COVID-19 (coronavirus) has put life as we knew it on hold. What have you been doing with your time, if you have extra time due to working from home, etc.?

2. The Steelers had a flurry of moves Friday. Which move has made you the happiest so far?

Derek Watt
Eric Ebron
Stefen Wisniewski
Chris Wormley

3. Do you feel the Steelers have improved their roster after the first few waves of Free Agency? Explain your answer...

4. Compensatory draft picks are now a commodity considering they can be traded. How important should teams value them when they look at free agents?

5. With the Steelers making the known moves in free agency, how does that change their approach to the 2020 NFL Draft, in your opinion?

6. Not a question here, but just a space for people to give their thoughts on everything that is going on in the world today (please leave politics out of it...)

These are uncertain times we are living in, and for me I am thankful for this site, the readers, listeners and viewers who provide me a temporary get-away from the madness. Regardless of your political stance, your opinion of the virus or anything else which is a debate in today’s society, we all need to take care of ourselves and others. As I tell our children, prepare for the worst, pray for the best. Stay safe out there, and hopefully you use BTSC the same way I do — as a getaway from the madness.

No matter what, always remember...