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The Terrible Podcast – Steelers Podcast – #17 – Mid Week 17 Steelers Talk


Steelers Terrible Podcast LogoEpisode #17 of The Terrible Podcast is now up for you to listen to as in Part 1 David Todd and I discuss Mike Tomlin\’s press conference, the status of various Steelers\’ injuries, the first of the team awards and take a look at the performance of the offensive line against Carolina last week. In Part 2 we review the Pro Bowl rosters that were announced last night, seeing how the Steelers fared in the voting, who around the league got snubbed and who is maybe getting by more on name recognition rather than performance. In Part 3 we analyze the league MVP race, the Eagles-Vikings game and the continued popularity of the NFL as exhibited by the television ratings. We also give a shout out to one of our listeners and our good
buddy Chris Mack. Thanks for listening.

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