The Terrible Podcast – Run Game Problems, Injury Report & Raiders Preview With Vic Tafur Episode
Season 3, Episode 18 of The Terrible Podcast is up and co-host David Todd I get right into the Wednesday injury report for the Pittsburgh Steelers as they get ready to take on the Oakland Raiders this upcoming Sunday.
We move on to wrap up the win against the New York Jets this past weekend and discuss the running game, the play of the offensive line as well as the use of the 4-2-5 Big Nickel that we saw used in the Jets game as well. Should we be worried about the history of the Steelers playing on the road, especially out west? Neither of us are really sure and unfortunately we do not have much insight into this topic.
In the second part of the podcast we are joined by Vic Tafur of the San Francisco Chronicle and talk about the upcoming game against the Raiders. We get the latest injury updates from Vic and ask him all about what he has seen out of the team both offensively and defensively through the first two weeks of the season. You can follow Vic on Twitter at @VicTafur and you can keep up with all of his updates on the Raiders throughout the week at http://blog.sfgate.com/raiders/.
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