Season 11, Episode 65 of The Terrible Podcast is now in the can and in this Monday morning show, Alex Kozora and I get right to talking about the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday road loss to the Cleveland Browns that now sets up a Wildcard round rematch between the two teams Sunday night at Heinz Field.
Alex and I go through the pregame and postgame news to start with and that includes recapping the team’s current COVID situation heading into the first week of the playoffs.
There’s a lot to talk about coming out of Sundays loss, which was sort of a moral victory for the Steelers. We go over what we mean by that and then start diving into the play of the offense, defense, and special teams against the Browns in Cleveland.
We spend a lot of time breaking down the play of quarterback Mason Rudolph on Sunday. We also talk about the running game and more. We go over the good and bad of the Steelers defense on Sunday and what all needs to be fixed by Sunday in the playoff rematch between the two teams.
Alex and I quickly preview the NFL playoffs and talk some about the Steelers chances of making it to Super Bowl and would need to happen for such a thing to come to fruition.
We wrap up this Monday show by answering several emails we received from listeners of the show the last few days.
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