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August 25, 2021 - Season 12, Episode 14 of The Terrible Podcast is now in the can. In this Wednesday show, Alex Kozora and I get right to talking about the roster moves that the Pittsburgh Steelers made on Tuesday as part of the team getting down to 80 active players, Included in those moves was defensive back Antoine Brooks Jr. getting waived as injured so we discuss that surprise and what the future for him might hold.The Steelers seem to have a long snapper battle on their hands with one preseason game remaining so Alex and I discuss that topic a lot longer than we probably should. What is the Steelers nickel and dime sub-packages going to look like come Week 1? Are more outside players on the way? We discuss.Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin announced on Wednesday that quarterback Dwyane Haskins will start the Friday night preseason finale and that quarterback Mason Rudolph will not play in that contest. We discuss if that means much of anything when it comes to the quarterback depth chart and much more. We also talk about the other players not expected to play Friday night. We also go over the news that running back Benny Snell Jr. is scheduled to start Friday night.Alex released his latest 53-man roster prediction on Tuesday, so we review it top to bottom. We also review what all Steelers defensive backs coach Teryl Austin had to say on Tuesday. Cornerback James Pierre and center Kendrick Green both met the media on Tuesday as well, so we briefly hit on a few things related to both of those players.Alex and I close this show out by hitting the e-mail machine for a few listener questions as part of closing out this Wednesday episode.
Former Bills GM Doug Whaley joins us in his new weekly spot. He starts right off by openly wondering why Mike Tomlin doesn't have a coaching tree, the process behind hiring Rex Ryan in Buffalo and his fondness for Teryl Austin. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
7/27/2021 - Season 12, Episode 2 of The Terrible Podcast is now in the can. In this Tuesday show, Alex Kozora and I get right to the latest on Pittsburgh Steelers with their 2021 training camp now open. We discuss the latest injury updates in addition to talking about the team's first depth chart that was released a few days ago.What is the Steelers sub package defense shaping up to look like and especially when it comes to clot/nickel position? Alex and I discuss that topic based off several things that Steelers defensive backs coach Teryl Austin said a few days ago during his media session.Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger also talked to Albert Breer recently, so Alex and I parse a few things he had to say over the weekend.We discuss the contract details related to new Steelers offensive linebacker Melvin Ingram and how there were voidable years included. We also discuss why the Steelers may have gone that way with Ingram and if it means the team might be attempting to avoid restructuring the contracts of defensive end Stephon Tuitt and kicker Chris Boswell.Is inside linebacker Devin Bush the best choice to potentially be the Steelers most improved player in 2021? Who would be the best candidate for such a designation on the offensive side of the football? We discuss.Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert met the media Tuesday morning, so Alex and I go over some early tweets related to a few things he had to say to the media.We also break down the Steelers defensive line preview as part of our ongoing positional looks ahead of the season getting underway.Alex and I close this show out by hitting the email machine for a few listener questions as part of closing out this Friday episode.
The Steelers defense has been one of the league's best in recent years. Is it due to the influence of Mike Tomlin, Teryl Austin or Keith Butler. Does it matter who? This is the main topic that will be discussed on the latest episode of the morning flagship show in the BTSC family of podcasts. Join BTSC co-editor Jeff Hartman for this and more on “Let's Ride”. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
June 18, 2021 - Season 11, Episode 122 of The Terrible Podcast is now in the can. In this Friday show, Alex Kozora and I get right to talking about the Pittsburgh Steelers 2021 mandatory minicamp that wrapped on Thursday.We start by reviewing all that Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin had to say these last few days during his media sessions and that includes us talking about training camp location this summer and more.Several Steelers coaches and players have talked to the media since our last episode and that long list includes the likes of wide receiver Diontae Johnson, cornerback Joe Haden, quarterback Dwayne Haskins, cornerback James Pierre, tight end Eric Ebron, offensive line coach Adrian Klemm, secondary coach Teryl Austin, and wide receiver coach Ike Hilliard, just to name a few. We parse a ton of comments to come out of all interviews these last few days.Alex and I discuss a handful of intriguing Steelers as the team breaks minicamp and prepares for the start of training camp over a month from now.We recap loose ends at the end of this show and even make sure to get to a few listener questions we received via email answered as well.
After the Ravens bounced the Titans from the postseason with a 20-13 victory, Tennessee now enters the dreaded offseason. On this week’s Music City Audible, Justin Melo and Justin Graver lament the loss to Baltimore before discussing: Should the 2020 season be considered a success? The number one item on the Offseason Wishlist The search for both an offensive and defensive coordinator has begun: Who is Tony Elliott and why does he matter? The Titans interviewed Teryl Austin on Thursday Looking ahead…
NFL analyst and sportswriter Chris Carter gives you the goods on Steelers' secondary coach Teryl Austin and his latest comments. First, Austin addressed the increased role of Minkah Fitzpatrick, so Chris explains what comes with that and the look of the secondary based off such an improvement. But Chris also dives deep on Cameron Sutton as Austin also said Sutton's role would increase, meaning Steelers fans might finally see Sutton play safety like they've wanted for years. Finally, Chris addresses a column by Ramon Foster on opting out and why Foster's take is the objective refreshing take that people should use more often. This show is part of the Locked on Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Lance Caporossi and Sam O'Toole are back again with another episode of Off The Field! They begin this episode with Matthew Stafford and his broken back, Teryl Austin calling out the Detroit Lions, Darius Slay making noise on Twitter, the Detroit Pistons "big" three, the NBA draft and our live commentary (exciting) and Steve Yzerman.
This week we discussed breaking NFL news! We discussed the huge Jadeveon Clowney trade, Texans-Dolphins Trade, Andrew Luck retirement, getting booed and paid in full, Lamar Miller out for the season, Ezekiel Elliott update, Antonio Brown loses latest grievance, Patrick Chung indicted, Case Keenum named the starter in Washington, NFL CBA negotiations heat up, and the Impact of AB - and holdouts next CBA.We also circled around to news for the Thirst and Goal (TAG) Teams, the Seahawks, Steelers, and Eagles. The Eagles cut Josh Adams. The Colts to target Eagles’ backup Nate Sudfeld, and DeSean Jackson breaks his finger, oh my. The Steelers secondary is improving under Teryl Austin. David Moore injury for Seahawaks not as serious as once thought, but still puts team in a bind. The Hawks also cut Geno Smith!Frane concocted the Labor YAY shot! We tasted and reviewed Braddock Oak Rye. We sampled a Croatian beer, 5th Element IPA, and held out HUGE Czech beer taste test!Shout out to NY Jets Fans Podcast. Hosts Daven, Chris & Charman talk about updates on the NY Jets and as well talk about the NFL in general. These guys are knowledgeable, fun, and don’t hold back their opinions. You can find them at apple podcasts and on Twitter @jetsfanspodcast. Shout out to The Bourbon Lens, a discussion amongst friends Jake, Michael, and Scott, over bourbon. During this project, they look to explore the bourbon industry, learn more about their favorite spirit, and even interview bourbon industry insiders, makers, entrepreneurs, and business people. The Bourbon Lens is about all of this and more. You can listen.at bourbonlens.com and on Twitter at @BourbonLens.We held our world famous quiz and weekly Top Five! We also brought back our TV reviews.Follow us at @GoalThirst on Twitter and @thirstand on Instagram. You can listen and subscribe at our website, thirstandgoal.buzzsprout.com. To send us a question or comment, email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Leave us a voicemail at 818-350-2680 (Be aware: we may play it on the air).
On this episode we discuss the defensive position battles as we get ready for Training Camp and also take a look at new defensive coach Teryl Austin as well. We have some fun along the way as well. Listen in!
TOPICS: - Gronk retired - NFL rule changes - Kevin Colbert on free agency and Ben's extension - Mike Tomlin on Teryl Austin and Keith Butler Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Quizzical Decisions About Coaches In this episode Emmanuel Sanders Waxes On AB Manny Sanders was on NFL Game Day week and he had a whole bunch to say about his buddy Antonio Brown. Although he slings a little hypocrisy in there, Sanders does have insight into AB and he doesn't like what he sees. We break this down because it's better than reading all the conjecture from people who have never played the game. Teryl Austin Fresh from an uninspiring stint as the Bengals Defensive Coordinator, Pittsburgh native and Pitt alum, Teryl Austin comes home to serve as the Steelers Senior Defensive Assistant and Secondary coach. Austin has an uneven track record, but has helped three teams get into the Super Bowl (losing to the Steelers 2x), and has worked with some All-Pro defensive backs. Mike Tomlin and Clock Management We continue to lobby for another position coach: Clock Manager. How much could it cost to get an out-of-work Stanford MBA to sit in the box for 16-19 games to review the situation chart in the last two minutes of each half? Why does Mike resist filling in this glaring gap in the coaching corps? Please drop us a note: Check us out on Instagram Hit us up on Twitter at @Steelersoutpost Leave us a note at the website - www.Steelersoutpost.com Shoot us an email at Steelersoutpost@gmail.com
On this weeks Episode of Hold My Whistle we cross the 2000 download mark! Comic book legend Stan Lee passes away at 95yrs old. Carmelo Anthony's brief stop with the Houston Rockets is over. And smooch more on todays show. Show Notes: Opening Banter: 00:25 Start Of The Show: 05:00 Shit The Bed Sunday: 10:00 The End : 42:40 IG/Twitter: @holdmywhistle Website: Holdmywhistle.podbean.com
It's been a busy week for news with the Cincinnati Bengals with a lot of divisive opinions. The OBI crew looks at the firing of Teryl Austin, Marvin Lewis taking over the defensive coordinator duties, the hiring back of Hue Jackson and the upcoming rematch against the Ravens! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
James Rapien discusses Hue Jackson's return to the Bengals, plus Dave Lapham joins the podcast to talk about Jackson, Teryl Austin getting fired and so much more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Cincinnati Bengals fired their defensive coordinator a say after taking a beating from the New Orleans Saints to lose 51-14. Host Tanya O'Rourke is joined by Scott Kyser and WCPO sports director John Popovich to discuss the disappointing game, the coaching shake up, Sean Payton's issue with the fire alarms, and more. The team also looks ahead to week 11 when the Bengals head to Baltimore. RELATED: Bengals fire defensive coordinator Teryl Austin after 37-point loss RELATED: Editorial cartoon: Who dat? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Enquirer Bengals beat writers Fletcher Page and Paul Dehner Jr. react to one of the busier days at Paul Brown Stadium in recent memory. Marvin Lewis relieves Teryl Austin of his duties, takes over as DC and it appears will be re-joined by old friend Hue Jackson. Plenty to dive into and more on this emergency BBP.
James Rapien discusses the Bengals' decision to fire Teryl Austin, plus Joe Goodberry joins the show for their weekly film review on today's podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Enquirer Bengals beat writers Fletcher Page and Paul Dehner Jr. talk about the pros and cons of potentially welcoming Hue Jackson back to the club in some capacity. Also, hear from Teryl Austin as we discuss what makes this defensive situation is like Jurassic Park. Finally, we debate our picks for mid-year awards including MVP and most disappointing.
Enquirer Bengals beat writers Paul Dehner Jr. and Fletcher Page discuss moving on from Sunday's loss to the Steelers, but not before diving into the rationale behind a few key decisions in Sunday's game. Notably, hear from defensive coordinator Teryl Austin and head coach Marvin Lewis on the fateful final plays of loss to Pittsburgh. Also, discussion over the Vontaze Burfict sideshow and hear his latest altercation with a media member. Then diving into the numbers with Pro Football Focus, a case of the optimism and important discussion about rib eating.
Enquirer Bengals beat writers Paul Dehner Jr. and Fletcher Page discuss the opportunities in front of the team to slay historic dragons over the next two weeks. That starts with a gut check of getting over their Steelers Problem and analyzing if the defense has actually turned a corner after beating Miami. Hear from defensive coordinator Teryl Austin on that topic. Plus, hear from Pro Football Focus' Austin Gayle on a few areas of concern with the club. Also, the fallout of the team moving into primetime, your three questions turns into more than that and the importance of cat heads.
Enquirer Bengals beat writers Paul Dehner Jr. and Fletcher Page recap an interesting couple days where Marvin Lewis offered up a tense press conference and everyone discussed the fallout from John Ross' lack of effort on interceptions. Plus, hear from Marvin Lewis and defensive coordinator Teryl Austin. And then Austin Gayle from Pro Football Focus, three questions and the idea for podcast offshoots to teach Cincinnati lessons to Fletcher.
This week's show starts with the inside dirt on an off-day-in-the-life of Tom Pelissero, while Mike Garafolo chimes in with his weekly airing of grievances. We also get the inside scoop on the return of Carson Wentz and behind-the-scenes details on the reporting of Josh Gordon's trade to New England (and the 45-minute stress-fest it caused for Ian and, in a way, his mom). Bengals defensive coordinator Teryl Austin is this week's special guest (starts at 22:15) and NFL Network colleague and friend of the show, Aditi Kinkhabwala (40:45), hops on the line to try to disect the many layers of drama currently bubbling in Pittsburgh.
Enquirer Bengals beat writer Paul Dehner Jr. welcomes sports reporters from Fox19 Joe Danneman and Jeremy Rauch to the BBP. They discuss if the opening game of the season alters the way they view the Bengals this year. Most encouraging and discouraging developments. Plus, hear from defensive coordinator Teryl Austin, Austin Gayle of Pro Football Focus and Three Questions for the TV guys.
James Rapien discusses George Iloka's release on today's podcast. Teryl Austin, Dre Kirkpatrick and Jesse Bates also talk about the move. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
James Rapien is joined by Katherine Terrell of ESPN.com to discuss new defensive coordinator Teryl Austin on today's podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Bengals beat writers Paul Dehner Jr. and Jim Owczarski broadcast from the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis. Hear interviews with offensive coordinator Bill Lazor, defensive coordinator Teryl Austin, head coach Marvin Lewis, offensive line coach Frank Pollack and director of player personnel Duke Tobin. Paul and Jim offer takeaways from all those interviews, things heard inside the bars and restaurants during the week and insight from the prospects attending the event.
On today's podcast James Rapien voices his frustrations with Marvin Lewis and hear from new defensive coordinator Teryl Austin. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On today's podcast James Rapien discusses the Bengals hiring Teryl Austin as their next defensive coordinator. Plus, Marvin Lewis discusses John Ross and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It appears that #Patriots defensive coordinator Matt Patricia is the choice of Bob Quinn. #Lions though must have to wait until New England's season is done. Dery gives his thoughts on NFL playoffs and Teryl Austin leaving for Cincy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Wudup doe! Its #DaRundown Sports coming for a second time this week and to hold you over before the big game. Slim (@Eazyslife) and I discuss plenty today. For starters Slim gave his takes from the NFL Championship Weekend and all the Richard Sherman overreactions. From there he offers up his "Bridesmaids Theories" on the San Francisco 49ers and the Indiana Pacers. To put it quickly you have the 49ers who have been to three straight NFC Championship games. He drew a comparison to Buffalo Bills of the early 90's. They won four straight AFC titles and lost in the Super Bowl every time. I feel they resemble the Donovan McNabb and Brian Dawkins' lead Eagles in the 2000's. They went to four straight NFC title games and went the Super Bowl the last time in the run and lost to the Tom Brady New England Patriots. Either one you can see the similarities of going deep in the playoffs and coming up short of the ultimate goal a championship. The 49ers are coming short and it will be something to watch over the years and to see what kind of narrative is built up over the years. The other is history repeating itself with the Indiana Pacers. Late 90's into the 2000's the pacers had a run but couldn't get past Michael Jordan for the most part. Fast forward into the present and the Indiana Pacers can't get past LeBron James. In both cases there is a transcendent player in their way. This is looking like the year where the Miami Heat look vulnerable with Dwayne Wade inconsitantly in and out of the line up. Couple X - factors on both teams are Luis Scola for the Pacers and Greg Oden for the Heat. Getting quality minutes in the playoffs from these two can give someone the advantage. Oden gives the Heat much needed size and Scola is a players who has played in starting lineups so is more than capable of handling major minutes if needed for injury or foul trouble. After that we go in on the coaching moves in the NFL. All the head coaching positions have been filled. Most notably we discussed the Jim Caldwell to the Detroit Lions in depth. For one even though I am a Saints fan, I am partial to the Lions because of the hometown connection. I root for them to do well except against New Orleans. I was rather underwhelmed by the hire but I am intrigued by the choices of coordinators. He picked Teryl Austin to be his defensive coordinator. He will be a first play caller in the NFL as he was with Caldwell in Baltimore as the secondary coach. He doubles down on first time play callers by picking Joe Lombardi who was the Quarterbacks coach for the New Orleans Saints. Neither have anything of note but the pedigree of the programs they come from. I will say this Lombardi's first year in New Orleans? 2009 when the New Orleans Saints won the Super Bowl and Drew Brees had his best year ever completing 70% of his passes that year. It does show how much of a Tony Dungy disciple he is by his picks. Dungy is notable for bringing up coaches and gving them opportunities to shine under him. People don discuss his coaching tree but it includes Mike Tomlin, Lovie Smith, Leslie Frazier, and Jim Caldwell. A pretty impressive lineup especially since all are men of color and help head coaching jobs. As you can see Lovie Smith didn't hesitate to bring Frazier on as his defensive coordinator. So yea its a family affair in a sense. We'll be doing one big Super bowl late next week where I will get a fan from both sides to state their case of why their team will win and we will make our picks. Early on look for a NBA podcast in the week. to hold you over. Stay tuned to the #DaRundown Sports is in growing and evolving.