The Terrible Podcast – Talking Steelers Browns Final Thoughts, Tuitt Update, Tomlin Tuesday & More

Season 8, Episode 20 of The Terrible Podcast is now up and in this Wednesday show, David Todd and I get right to discussing what Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin had to say during his Tuesday press conference when it comes to the health of his team entering Week 2 of the regular season.

While the news about the bicep injury suffered by Steelers defensive end Stephon Tuitt is positive, David and I both think there’s still a good chance he misses at least the Week 2 game against the Minnesota Vikings and possibly the Week 3 game against the Chicago Bears as well.

We go over the recent roster shuffling that has taken place that has resulted in linebacker Steven Johnson returning to the 53-man unit and linebacker L.J. Fort landing on the practice squad.

David and I give our final thoughts on the Steelers Week 1 win over the Cleveland Browns and we break down the play of several individual players in that contest. We talk about the usage of linebacker James Harrison moving forward and how the offense didn’t have a running back on the field for nine plays against the Browns.

While we will preview the upcoming game against the Vikings on Friday, David and I give you some of our early thoughts on a few matchups we’re likely to see Sunday at Heinz Field.

David and I end this show by talking about a few other noteworthy items from around the NFL.

As always, several other smaller talking points are mixed in throughout the show that are not highlighted here in this post.

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  • The Tony

    Thoughts on the new introduction… not as good as the previous one but not bad

  • Smitty 6788

    Thanks for your perspective on L Bell. I dont have all 22 but I could see he had nowhere to run and it had 0 to do with missed training camp and preseason.

  • You guys talking about being ok with the bubble screens and and blaming the blocking on Bell are going to earn yourselves some hate mail. Guys on here have proved themselves to not care about facts.

  • nikgreene

    I especially liked the guy who was saying that Haley and Butler need to be fired after last week’s game.

  • People can be absolutely nutz…

  • Smitty 6788

    Nah I hate all the bubble screens unless they Go to AB lol

  • O’Neal

    I think the bubbles to start the game were a bit excessive, but they can be a good weapon. We have seen plenty of big plays off of them.

  • mhurk

    The new “introduction” is horrible, not try to put anybody down but it sucks almost laughable, the old one was pretty cool. This new one …. I turn off the sound when it starts playing.

  • Phil Brenneman II

    Put me down as someone who isn’t a fan of the new intro. Not knocking anyone but it just isn’t for me.

    As far as suggestions go I would say if you have the resources take the “call of the game” each week to open up the intro and then transition in to “this is the terrible podcast with Dave and Dave” etc etc.

    And if you don’t have the resources and want something you don’t have to change each week maybe just use a famous call in Steelers history as your opening before transitioning in or if you want it more personal to the show chop together a couple of clips of you guys talking Steelers in the past that were memorable.

  • Hagen Rinde

    bring back the old intro please.