Season 3, Episode 65 of The Terrible Podcast is up and co-host David Todd and I recap the Wild Card playoffs games from the past weekend and that includes giving our thoughts on what happened with Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III in the loss to the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday. We also talk about the play of AFC North quarterbacks Joe Flacco and Andy Dalton briefly as well.
The coaching searches continue on with several teams around the NFL and we weigh in again on Todd Haley and Bruce Arians as it relates to that. Is it really possible that Arians could become the Cleveland Browns next head coach?
We talk about the most recent futures signing by the Pittsburgh Steelers and also talk in depth about the upcoming decision that the team has in regard to linebacker James Harrison. We go inside his contract numbers and also talk a little about the depth that the Steelers have at the outside linebacker position as it relates to him. We also hit on a few other Steelers talking points along the way.
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