Season 4, Episode 23 of The Terrible Podcast is up and co-host David Todd and I start this show off by talking about the potential return of Pittsburgh Steelers tight end Heath Miller this week against the Chicago Bears and how many snaps we think he might play if indeed he does suit up.
We go over a few key stats heading into this game and focus in the young linebackers making the calls on defense this past Monday night in the loss to the Cincinnati Bengals.
We move on to give our thoughts on the game this coming Sunday night and look at the weapons the Bears have on offense.
We talk a little about the play of the Steelers special teams units through the first two weeks and come up with some good questions we would like asked of Danny Smith.
In part two of the show is our look around the NFL and we give our picks against the spread for all of the Week 3 games. I also manage to drop a Fraggle Rock reference that a few of you might even get.
We wrap everything up in a bow at the end and predict the outcome of the Steelers-Bears game.
As always, a few more talking points are mixed in over the course of the show.
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