The Terrible Podcast – Talking Steelers Panthers Recap, Haden Signing, Final Roster Decisions & More

Season 8, Episode 15 of The Terrible Podcast is now up and in this Friday show, Alex Kozora sits in for David Todd and we get right to recapping the Pittsburgh Steelers preseason finale against the Carolina Panthers.

Alex and I discuss whether or not players such as wide receiver Justin Hunter and running back Terrell Watson both did enough Thursday night to secure spots on the 53-man roster. We also talk about the play of rookie quarterback Joshua Dobbs against the Panthers.

We go over the injuries the Steelers suffered Thursday night and if they will play a role in the final 53-man roster. We also discuss the possibility of the Steelers signing a soon-to-be released safety in the coming days as well.

The Steelers added tight end Vance McDonald and cornerback Joe Haden over the course of the last two days so Alex and I both give you are extended thoughts on both players.

Several key roster moves will need to be made by Saturday night so we look at a few players we think are safe as well as a few that might be unemployed soon.

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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  • Keep Watson!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Impressive power-runner.

  • Luneth Gardens

    Now you got to keep Allen and Ayers. The Pats just lost CB Cyrus’s Jones who is a CB and punt returner. Go 5 DL, Sutton gets the spot then moves to IR for return. JJSS and Allen can do what DHB does. Cut DHB, cut Davis, Coates can handle the kick offs

  • William

    If Watson ends up on the PS, he will be on another team by week 2.

  • Thomas

    Is there anything DBH can do on special teams Brian Allen can’t?

  • Holy crap, guys! I turned the game off when I was almost sure we lost. Then I started it up again in the morning. We actually wound up winning. LOL One thing for sure, I seriously hope we keep Watson. Much more of a powerful runner than he looks. PLEASE keep him, Steelers! PLEASE!

  • Shannon Stephenson

    I understand the reason why DHB has a possible roster spot but at some point we will want a younger version at a cheaper price….just not sure he has ran his course….he isn’t a lock and does not bring a distinguishing characteristic to ST anymore IMO.

  • Thomas

    #groin-expert 😛

  • SteelerzGuy

    Why all the DHB is a good special teams player – What did he have – 3 special teams tackles last year – even a blind squirrell finds a nut once in a while – So if Hunter gets to special teams and makes 1 tackle, you are what minus 2 – Over the 16 game season does that really matter ?

  • SteelerzGuy

    Hey, Shannon, not yelling at you – just frustrated with some of the guys for continually propping up DHB while is largely useless / no value.

  • SteelerzGuy

    YES – I agree, Davis runs great sideways shuffle – best 20 yard runs towards the sidelines for a 1-2 yard gain – Awful ! Watson reminds me of Bus – yeah, probably not gonna be a home run threat, but a guy that doesn’t lose yards and can run people over for 4-5 yds – That adds up