The Terrible Podcast – Talking Steelers Bills Recap, Roster Battles, Undrafted Rookies & More Episode
Season 5, Episode 7 of The Terrible Podcast is up and David Todd and I start this show off by recapping the Pittsburgh Steelers current injury situation coming out of their preseason win Saturday night over the Buffalo Bills.
We get right at recapping the game and stop along the way to talk about Chris Carter, Vic So’oto, Shamarko Thomas, Robert Golden and a few other defensive undrafted free agent rookies that are making noise during the preseason.
After talking about the defense, David and I flip over to the offensive side of the football and discuss the good and bad on display Saturday night. It certainly wasn’t a good showing by backup quarterback Landry Jones, so we make sure to have another discussion about him.
With Mike Tomlin having his press conference on Tuesday this week, David and I have decided to have a show on Wednesday to recap what he says. In addition, we will also have a Friday show that we will use to recap the Steelers third preseason game against the Philadelphia Eagles.
As always, several other smaller talking points are mixed in throughout the show that are not highlighted here.
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