Season 3, Episode 20 of The Terrible Podcast is up and co-host David Todd I get right into talking about the Pittsburgh Steelers 34-31 loss to the Oakland Raiders on Sunday. It is never fun talking about a loss, but we go through the entire game and point out what looked good and what looked bad.
The Steelers special teams really had their hand in the loss and the penalties also made things tough in addition. Outside of the long touchdown run by running back Darren McFadden, the Steelers defense had a pretty decent first half. We manage to crack a few skulls just the same as Brett Keisel and Ryan Mundy had big roles in the first half touchdowns. Ben Roethlisberger did not open the game up too sharp, but quickly corrected that. The Steelers still managed to have the lead at the half and David and I were still pretty confident things were going to go the Steelers way.
Of course the second half was a different story and we go through it drive by drive. We wrap up the show with a few extra talking points.
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