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Season 4, Episode 27 of The Terrible Podcast is up and co-host David Todd and I roll through what happened in the Pittsburgh Steelers loss Sunday in London to the Minnesota Vikings and that includes telling you who we thought played good and who we thought played bad. We spend a lot of time talking about the play of Ben Roethlisberger, the offensive line and the defense as a whole. We focus in on the missed tackles and explosive plays allowed in the game as part of the game recap. As promised, David and I get into a heavy dose of the blame game as the Steelers now sit at 0-4. We talk about the changes that we both feel need to happen and take a look forward as it relates to the rest of the season. As always, a few more talking points are mixed in over the course of the show. Thanks for listening and don't forget to call or email with questions or comments and please pass us along to your friends! Thanks for listening and don't forget to call or email with questions or commen...
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