The Terrible Podcast – Recapping & Breaking Down Steelers Eagles Game Episode

Steelers PodcastSeason 3, Episode 4 of The Terrible Podcast is up and co-host David Todd and I start off by talking about the Friday news that Pittsburgh Steelers restricted free agent wide receiver Mike Wallace is currently down in Florida working out under the watchful eye of trainer Tom Shaw and could very well report to training camp soon. What kind of time frame is “soon” anyway? Regardless, we give our thoughts on it.

After the weekly Wallace talk, we move on to start talking about the Steelers 24-23 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles Thursday night and cover both the offensive and defensive sides of the ball. We look at the struggles the tackles had, especially Mike Adams and talk about how we think guard David DeCastro had a good first showing overall. The Steelers secondary, most notably Curtis Brown, allowed two back to back big plays for touchdowns in the second half so of course that gets our attention as well.

Mixed in along the way we talk about the play of Baron Batch, Jerrod Johnson, Adrian Robinson, Al Woods, Sean Spence and several other players on both sides of the ball. We attempt to break down the game and individual performances from several angles and hope you enjoy the show.

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  • Jesse Murray

    Ryan Lee looked excellent and surprised no one has picked up on it. He really got under Curry’s skin and blocked with a nasty edge/physicality that really stood out from the dross of 3rd team pre season football.

  • marine02xx

    Love the podcasts!!! They really helped me stay abreast during the off season. I like Jerrod Johnson. I just hope he doesn’t fall victim to typical preseason hype. I’m not too quick to over analyze their first preseason game. However, I think the Steelers have kicked the FB can down the road too long. Good TE out likely out for the season. The risk was not worth it. Invest in a SOLID FB to help out that shaky O-line.

  • Itisafineday

    Heads-up call… if
    Gilbert is moved from right-tackle to left, for the next preseason game
    (in-part due to Adams short term injury)… watch! Gilbert will play well. We
    heard Gilbert didn’t play too well against the Eagles. If given the chance he
    will play well against the Colts.

    I think the young man would really prefer to play on the
    left-side. I don’t believe he is as mentally into playing on the right. He’ll
    do so, if it ends up that way. But, what happens if Gilbert plays real well at
    left-tackle against the Colts… and then again, verses Buffalo? We might end
    up seeing Adams, or Max Starks, playing right-tackle. Just saying.