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2015 NFL Week 11 Picks & Predictions: Dave Bryan & David Todd

Every Friday on The Terrible Podcast my co-host David Todd and I pick all of the NFL games against the spread and we post those picks every Sunday morning throughout the season and track the results along the way. Here is a link to the Friday episode and our picks…


A Steelers Fan’s Rooting Guide To NFL Week 11

The 6-4 Pittsburgh Steelers are on their much-needed bye this week and they’ll return to action next week to play the Seattle Seahawks on the road. With the steelers off, we can all do quite a bit of scoreboard watching this weekend and here is your fan rooting interest guide…


John Mitchell: “I’m Never Happy With The Run Defense”

The Pittsburgh Steelers defense has been surprising many this season, coming up with slash plays and limiting the points on the board allowed. While they have given up a lot of yardage through the air, the top-10 ranks in rushing yards per game and per carry have come as a…



Mike Mitchell Still Looking For First Sack In Pittsburgh

Much has been written about the stark improvement from this season to last of free safety Mike Mitchell, who was the Pittsburgh Steelers’ biggest free agent signing in several years during the 2014 offseason. While he started every game that first year with the team, he had his struggles, to…


Bye Week Rethink: Antwon Blake And Playing Hurt

Today is Sunday, and the Pittsburgh Steelers are not playing. They are not playing tomorrow, either, nor did they already play on Thursday. The 6-4 franchise is entering its long awaited and much needed bye week after 10 straight games. With not much else going on, it would figure to…


Carnell Lake On Mike Mitchell’s Big Improvement

Some wanted him cut in the offseason. Now, he’s on track to make a Pro Bowl. You don’t have to search hard for the reason in Mike Mitchell’s stellar play in 2015. It starts foremost with health. Mitchell played with tears in each of his groins, gutting out the full…


Steelers Draft Watch List Series: Volume #5

Continuing our new article series every Saturday morning for the rest of the season, I take a look at three draft-eligible college football prospects the Pittsburgh Steelers could and should examine at length this spring. Obviously a lot will change between then and now, so this analysis is based on…


Steelers 2016 Salary Cap: A Bye Week Look Ahead

Being as the Pittsburgh Steelers are currently on their bye this week, now is a perfect time to take a quick look ahead at what the team’s early 2016 salary cap picture will look like during the offseason. As you can see in the table below, the Steelers currently have…


Stats Of The Weird: Regular Season Milestones

If you know me, you know I love obscure statistics. And so with this being the slowest weekend of the regular season due to the bye week, we’ll look at a couple achievements some Pittsburgh Steelers could reach before the end of the regular season. – Should Ben Roethlisberger go…


Steelers Shift Personnel Scheme Along Goal Line Defense

The goal line package is not something that the Pittsburgh Steelers use very often, which should be taken as a good sign. It is a specialize set of personnel designed to best defend against an opponent that is very near the opposite goal line in preparation to score a touchdown….


Steelers Film Room: Will Allen Vs Browns

Veteran safety Will Allen has clung on with the Pittsburgh Steelers for several years now, entering the starting lineup on a full-time basis this season following the retirement of Troy Polamalu. He missed three games due to an ankle injury, but returned in Week Nine, where he had his ups…


Antonio Brown Is The King Of Third Down

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown does many, many things well when it comes to the game of football, and is widely regarded as being at the top of his profession. The statistics yearly have supported the claim. This year alone, partially on the strength of a phenomenal 17-reception, 284-yard…


Steelers Film Room: Cody Wallace Vs Browns

Pittsburgh Steelers offensive line coach Mike Munchak has recently been in the spotlight for the work he’s done in holding the offensive line together in the midst of a tumultuous season of injuries on the offensive side of the ball, where the line has been hit worse than any group….


Steelers Spelled Ryan Shazier More Than Usual Sunday

The Pittsburgh Steelers have not at any point hedged in stating that they want Ryan Shazier to be their every-down starting inside linebacker. He was immediately handed the starting job as a rookie and was rarely rotated out until he got injured. After his second mid-season injury, with the two…