Steelers Lounge Podcast #49: Eagles Recap — Dwayne Woodruff

That was slightly easier to watch than last week’s effort against the Redskins.

Gretz and I talked on the previous podcast about everything we wanted to see the Steelers do against the Eagles and, well, I’m pretty sure it all happened: young cornerbacks stepping up, better effort from the o-line and no injuries (despite Scott and Gilbert lasting a grand total of three series, Tomlin seems to think they’ll be okay).

Anyway, we go through the game, hit the highlights (one of the few lowlights for me was watching Polamalu try to get himself and his teammates killed on that interception return),  and talk about guys on the bubble. (Like, say, Donovan Warren, who has come out of nowhere and will likely return there in a few weeks despite playing pretty well in two games.)

Let’s get to this…

Steelers Lounge Podcast #49: Preseason, Week 2 Review

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  • Callouswhisper

    Gents check out the play Ben threw to Battle for a 1st down, on other side Brown toasted and I mean toasted Asmougha if Ben sees him easy 50 yard TD.

    • Anonymous

      Do you happen to know the approximate game clock for the play or if not that then which drive?

      • Callouswhisper

        Not entirely sure but Ben threw 18 yarder to Battle on 3rd and 8.

  • Anonymous

    If I’m designing a pair of injuries to damn the Steelers it’s not Jonathan Scott and Marcus Gilbert. It’s Ben Roethlisberger and Troy Polamalu.

  • Anonymous

    Watch that Brown touchdown again. It’s not a lot, but he head pivots his shoulders to the inside. I don’t know if that fake made Samuel bite or if it’s just incidental, but I’d buy either.

  • Anonymous

    According to FO’s DVOA, last season the steelers kickoff games was actually a small positive. -2.1% on kickoff and coverage, +3.8 on receiving and returning.