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The Terrible Podcast – Talking Steelers News, Kenny Stabler Passing, Media Ethics, Roster Talk & More

Season 5, Episode 129 of The Terrible Podcast is now up and with Alex Kozora still sitting in for David Todd, we open the show by talking about the passing of former Oakland Raiders quarterback Kenny Stabler. Stabler had quite a few memorable games during his career with several of them coming against the Pittsburgh Steelers….


Harrison, Others’ Anger Misplaced in JPP Injury

By now most of you are probably aware of the fact that New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul suffered a horrific fireworks accident on the fourth of July, the results of which are an amputated right index finger and a broken thumb. This was first reported last night by…


Video: Steelers RB Le’Veon Bell Shows Off One-Handed Catching Skills

While New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. is already well-known for his ability to make incredible one-handed catches, he’s certainly not the only player in the NFL with that skill set. Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell posted a video Wednesday morning of himself snagging a few footballs…


Blast From the Past: Fred Gibson

New series to fill out the rest of the offseason. Which is mercifully close to being over. Inspired by a Jerame Tuman name-drop on the last edition of The Terrible Podcast, and a “Forgottable Pirates” twitter account that I love, we’ll rattle off a few Pittsburgh Steelers that have fallen into…


Howard Jones Looking To Edge His Way Onto Roster

Perhaps no position on the Pittsburgh Steelers roster has received more attention than their linebacking corps, both for their depth at inside ‘backer and the fierce competition that should ensue for the starting spots on the outside. Jarvis Jones, James Harrison, Arthur Moats and even rookie Bud Dupree are considered…


Assessing The Steelers Free Agent Alternatives: Offensive Tackle

Now that we’ve went over the running backs, it’s time to dive into a position that most Steelers fans (including myself) are begging Pittsburgh to add depth to in the offensive tackle position. Pittsburgh seemingly has the starters set at tackle with criminally underrated, Kelvin Beachum anchoring the left side…


Faith And Football Brought Dominique Davis To Pittsburgh

Dominique Davis always figured to be working on Sundays. Just not in football. Now, he’s a defensive end for the Pittsburgh Steelers. It was the church where Davis thought came calling. Out of high school, he enrolled in the Florida School of Discipleship to practice his faith. Like any school,…


The Pre-Noll Era: Recapping The 1934 Steelers’ Season

As I’ve done occasionally throughout the offseason, we’ve traveled back through time to look at the early days of the Pittsburgh Steelers. It’s a topic that, I’ll admit, isn’t for everyone, and given how annually bad they were, takes a special kind of insanity to want to hear about. Insanity…


Best And Worst Case Scenarios of the 2015 Steelers’ Draft Class

For one of our final looks at the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 2015 NFL Draft class, we’ll go through a best and worst case scenario with each draft pick. Lighter side of the review process and as a preface, this is all just hypothetical and for fun. It’s interesting look at what…

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C.J. Goodwin Could Be Steelers’ Biggest Sleeper

He may be the most mysterious player on the Pittsburgh Steelers’ roster. A player who bounced around two Division Two schools. One who had just eleven catches his senior year. One reception in training camp, limited by a shoulder injury. Whose claim onto the roster was in part, due to…


The Pre-Noll Era: Steelers’ Greatest Comeback

The long era before Chuck Noll’s arrival in Pittsburgh is mostly a dark one. At best, a “lovable loser” tone, and at worst, a “doormat” label that countless teams exercised. But there were bright spots. Great players, games, even the occasional winning season. And that’s what we’ll focus on in…