The Terrible Podcast – Talking Steelers Redskins Recap, Le\’Veon Bell Injury, Woodley Plays & More Episode

Steelers Podcast

Season 4, Episode 10 of The Terrible Podcast is up and co-host David Todd and I start by looking at the injury report coming out the Pittsburgh Steelers game Monday night against the Washington Redskins. We discuss the mid-foot sprain suffered by rookie running back Le\’Veon Bell and speculate as to how it might shake up not only the depth chart, but the makeup of the 53 man roster as well.

We then move on to recapping the Steelers loss to the Redskins and go through the play of the offense, defense and special teams. We talk about the play of the offensive line and also highlight the strong play of outside linebacker LaMarr Woodley as part of our breakdown.

We discuss the play of the young inside linebackers and wonder if rookie Vince Williams may have been the best of the bunch Monday night after the entire group played so well the week prior.

We end by talking about the play of both Bruce Gradkowski and Landry Jones, who appeared to take a baby step forward in his second preseason game.

As always, there are a few other talking points mixed in that I did not highlight here in the recap.

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  • StarSpangledSteeler

    Dave, I know we disagree on this issue but please help me understand why you love Baron Batch so much? He does not have good speed. He does not have good burst/cuts. He does not have good power. He does not have good hands.

    IMO Baron Batch is a 2 trick pony. He can pass protect pretty good. And tackle pretty good on special teams. That’s it. He’s never shown the ability to run the football at any level other than average. He’s a decent 3rd down blocker but its not like he has the size/strength to stone guys like Suggs. If you want a blocker, bring in a full back who can pass protect AND lead block AND run with power?

    I just don’t see how you keep considering Batch over Dwyer who has at least shown you on tape actual evidence of being a 100 yard runner. Even with all his flaws Dwyer has shown you he can do it. Batch has shown you he can NOT.

  • Scot Hickerson

    The thing to know about Landry Jones.. He is not as bad at pressure as people think.. In averaged only one Sack per 40 attempts in college.. (he has only 1 for 31 attempts in Pittsburgh). Ben has three or 4 Gradkowski has two or three. The o line play has not been so Good. Some of his “bad throws” are purposely throwing the ball away to avoid a sack, He may throw it to the ground or High to were the receiver still has a chance to get it. That is a QB talent that is way under appreciated.. He completed 66% of his 550 throws at 4300 yards and 29 TD’s (B. Bell had 11 rushing) so Jones is accurate.. He makes seemingly bad throws on purpose sometimes to prevent a INT or just to avoid a sack.. He missed an occasional open throw but rarely… Jones will get better had finding open guys and has handled the pressure surprisingly well.. Landry Jones stepped up avoided the pressure and made a tough throw a couple of times… He will learn and adjust and get better as his NFL experience grows just like every one else before him..