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Kevin Colbert ranks as No. 2 general manager in the NFL


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There might not be a job on an NFL team more important than that of the general manager. All personnel decisions run through them including draft picks and free agents. And the Pittsburgh Steelers have a very good one in Kevin Colbert. In fact, according to the folks at Rotoworld, Colbert is second only to Bill Belichick in their rankings.

Colbert is an elite general manager. Despite those lean times earlier this decade, Colbert's rosters have gone 188-99-1 since he first came onto the scene in 2000. They have won two Super Bowls and reached a third. That's a track record only Bill Belichick can better. Where Colbert's early-decade squads were aging and top heavy, his most recent have been deep and dynamic.

Judging by the numbers presented, it appears the author is counting the 11 seasons Colbert spent as director of football operations prior to being named the official general manager. If you go all the way back to 2000, the Steelers have only had one sub-.500 season under Colbert's watch.

Many fans are quick to criticize Colbert because this team hasn't made it back to the Super Bowl since 2010. And that is fair. Colbert seems to be assembling talent on the roster but they can't get over the hump. Hopefully, this is the season they buck the trend.

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