The Terrible Podcast – Talking Woodley On IR, Tomlin Presser & Packers Preview With Eric Edholm Episode


Season 4, Episode 59 of The Terrible Podcast is up and co-host David Todd and I talk about the decision made Tuesday by the Pittsburgh Steelers to place linebacker LaMarr Woodley on injured reserve. This of course leads to us beating more dead calves and again spills over to talk about Jason Worilds. We warned you that this would be a hot talking point for a while.

We move on eventually to discuss several things that head coach Mike Tomlin had to say during his Tuesday press conference and that includes us talking about Al Woods, Jarvis Jones and Le’Veon Bell.

We discuss a few more talking points before welcoming back Eric Edholm of Yahoo Sports back to the show. Eric speaks fluent NFC North and gives us his thoughts on the Green Bay Packers as we inch closer to the Sunday game at Lambeau Field. You can follow Eric on Twitter at @Eric_Edholm and read his work online at the Sutdown Corner blog as well.

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  • srdan

    Good podcast.
    I love that you pointed out that when 56 was signed he ws regarded asone of the top players at that postion and that we got a steal. Similar to the situation we are in with 93 now, who is now revered.

    I have heard the Eddie George description before. Let’s hope. We saw a lot of Eddie when he was in the division. I am one that easily gives our players a pass, but with Bell I really think we have one of the most talented backs in teh league. Usually a well rounded back doesn’t excel at anything, but he does, man he looks good catching the ball and blcoking. Hard to gauge his running but I loooove his patience and vision. And remind me, how many fumbles does he have for the amount of touches he gets? Lacy played in a much higher profile environment. Imagine Bell getting all that attention.

  • MC

    Woodleys first four years as a steeler could possibly be the best start to a career we have seen on defense in the last 15 years or so, good point about how no one questioned the big contract, because based on his first four years there is NO WAY you would let him walk. It’s just unfortunate that he has declined since then.
    Now i’ve never criticized Worilds openly on here cause i’ve always thought he was going to be the next great rushing OLB for us even when he was injured, doesn’t it seem like Worilds is far less injury proned even after his problems in the past compared to Woodley who seems to be on a downward spiral with muscular issues like strains and tears?
    Worilds biggest injury was his wrist which is a bone issue. It’s clear when you look at the two that Worilds is far more conditioned and hasn’t had any problems this year at all.
    I just think it would be smarter to go with the guy who is younger and better conditioned. It’s just a shame that woodleys contract is in the way of steelers making that decision right now.
    Yes Woodley is effective when healthy but when you miss as many gamse as him you hurt the team more in the long run than someone who might not be as effective but can stay on the field.