Found November 09, 2012 on
Season 3, Episode 40 of The Terrible Podcast is up and co-host David Todd get after it talking about the upcoming game Monday night against the Kansas City Chiefs and what it means to Todd Haley. The first injury report of the week came out on Thursday and we decipher that as we head into the weekend.
A few polls and player rankings are out now that we are at the midway point of the season and we talk about why Ryan Mundy likely showed up on the dirtiest player poll and what Steelers players likely didn't deserve to be in another ranking that is out.
Ryan Clark had some interesting comments Read more [...]
BEST OF MAXIM
Todd Haley isn't looking for revenge against the Kansas City Chiefs.
The former Chiefs coach - now the Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator - says he's trying to treat Monday night's matchup between his former employer and his new one like just another game.
Haley was fired by the Chiefs with three weeks left in the 2011 season. He insists he's moved on and...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. Tyler Palko?
Todd Haley's fault.
Dwayne Bowe's diva streak?
Todd Haley's fault.
The losing culture? The tension? The misery?
Todd Haley, Todd Haley, Todd Haley.
This fall was supposed to be about sunshine. Remember? Sunshine, rainbows, unicorns, and Romeo Crennel. Blood pressures were down, expectations were up. That was the mantra of the spring...
According to Evan Silva of Rotoworld.com, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported on SportsCenter that Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley “would not hesitate” to run up the score on the Chiefs on Monday night.
Haley was fired by the Chiefs last season, after serving as their head coach from 2009-2011. He would clearly love to stick it to his old team.
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Come next Monday night, the final nail will be driven in the coffin of this miserable Chiefs season. The Steelers will certainly provide the fireworks and the explosion of Todd Haley's offense will land squarely in the middle of this historically inept team.
LAST WEEK STRAIGHT UP: 9-5
LAST WEEK VS. SPREAD: 6-8
CHIEFS (12.5) AT STEELERS
We all know how much Todd Haley wants this one for the Steelers, and if anyone knows the vulnerabilities of the Chiefs' defense, it would be the former head coach. But the Steelers don't really need the Haley Factor as motivation to pound the Chiefs they're...
There is a lot of talk this week about Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley getting a crack at the organization that fired him last December. Everyone writes that Haley wants to run the score up on the Kansas City Chiefs if given the opportunity.
Haley told the media on Thursday that there will be no extra motivation Monday night when he faces the team that fired...
Wednesday: Todd Haley wants K.C. in the worst way; David Gilreath waits, wonders; Ike Taylor honored; Penn State WR signed.
Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark has no regrets for the hit that he put on New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz in the end zone this past Sunday, and he even thinks that it might have gotten into the head of Cruz in addition.
Clark, who was unjustly flagged for the hit when the official thought that he went helmet-to-helmet on the Giants wide receiver, gave Jay Glazer...
I had cautiously optimistic hopes preseason, as did much of the Pittsburgh Steelers fans, which were quickly replaced by frustrated chagrin after the first several games. But for the slow start, the real character of the team is beginning to shine through.
Now eight games into the 2012 season, a better picture can be formed of where the team is headed. Here are eight thoughts on...
Monday night will showcase two teams headed in two very different directions in 2012. The 1-7 Chiefs will come to Heinz Field to meet the 5-3 Pittsburgh Steelers who may have finally found their stride.This will also be the first matchup for Steelers' offensive coordinator - and former Chiefs' head coach - Todd Haley against his former team.While the Steelers' stock...
Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark told Jay Glazer on the NFL Network’s NFL Total Access show that after he got flagged for hitting Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz in the end zone during last week’s game, Cruz was intimidated for the remainder of the game.
“The reason I don’t regret it, later on in the third quarter Victor Cruz had the opportunity to catch a crossing...
Below are the defensive player play counts and the participation chart for the Pittsburgh Steelers week 9 game against the New York Giants. We also are including down, time of play and yards gained to better help you identify the play.
The Steelers did not use the dime at all this week. They were in the nickel sub package for 20 plays and goal-line for just 1, which resulted in...