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The Terrible Podcast – Talking Steelers Jets Recap, Injuries, Sean Spence & More Episode


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Season 4, Episode 32 of The Terrible Podcast is up and co-host David Todd and I of course recap the Pittsburgh Steelers first win of the 2013 season Sunday over the New York Jets.

We go over the entire game and talk about what went right and what went wrong as well as a few areas the Steelers must improve in now moving forward. We discuss the short passing game by the offense as well as the defense allowing a late first half drive that culminated in points for the Jets.

The Steelers suffered a few injuries both before and during the game, so we discuss those as well as the potential return this week of linebacker Sean Spence, who is expected to come off the PUP list.

As usual, a few more talking points are mixed in for good measure.

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About Dave Bryan

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  • T R

    agrees with you on the close out running. they very well could been like the Saints and gave the ball back to Jets like Saints did with Brady… Close it out!!! Let Defense stay off the field.. Lets hope they will have same opporturnity to close out the Ravens next week and like Flacco long bomb us…

  • Dr. Doom

    my favorite celebration, Joe Horn phone in the goal post. Barry Sanders “You can’t blow your knee out handing the ball to the refs”

  • Scott

    I still think Jarvis Jones needs to be one an ILB and let Worilds stay at OLB. I think Jarvis’ speed will serve him better in the middle of the field.

  • Dom

    The best thing about bell is he never* gets tackled for a loss, even if he doesn’t make 10-20 yards he makes sure we move forward. The amount of times Redman would have been tackled for no gain or a loss yesterday would have been a hell of a lot more than bell was.

  • Intropy

    Here’s an explanation of that the out of Polamalu hit.

    Polamalu hit Hill in mid air, Hill landed with the ball, and there was a stoppage of Play to tend to Hill.

    Eithe Hill landed in bounds or he landed out of bounds.

    If Hill landed out of bounds then it’s not a catch.

    If Hill landed in bounds then he is immediately down by contact with the clock running.

    There is no possibility of it being a catch and also out of bounds.

    What really happened is that he got one foot in bounds then his arm laded out of bounds. It wasn’t a catch, so the ball should have been placed at the original line of scrimmage with the down advanced, and the clock should have been stopped. I have no idea why it was allowed to stand as a catch after review.

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