It's obvious to anybody who's been paying attention that the Steelers will address their offensive and defensive lines in this year's draft.
With that in mind, here are a couple of nuggets from this year's Pro Bowl to consider.
Of the six guards in the Pro Bowl – including Alan Faneca – five were former first-round picks. The other was an undrafted rookie.
Eight of the nine offensive tackles who were elected or attended as an injury replacement were first or second-round picks. One was not drafted.
Three of the four centers in the game were selected in the fourth round or later. The other was undrafted.
Every defensive end in the game was drafted, with five of the eight being selected in the first three rounds.
Four of the eight defensive tackles were first-round picks. Two others were first-day picks, while two were undrafted.