It’s really hard to not make knee jerk reactions when it comes to supporting your favorite sports teams — or hating their biggest rivals. I get it. I’m even guilty of it myself. When the Steelers drafted T.J. Watt 30th overall in 2017, I thought — in my obvious infinite wisdom — that drafting the falling Reuben Foster would have been a better value. Clearly I’m not an NFL general manager for a reason as Watt has become one of the best players in the NFL and Foster was cut by the San Fransisco 49ers in 2018 after multiple arrests.