First things first: our apologies for disappearing these last few weeks. A confluence of events have kept us away. (Mostly work-related for each of us but I’m happy to tell you that in the last month I’ve had a sinus infection and that knocked me on my ass AND resulted in me getting a tooth pulled — oh, and did I mention that I’m still using the newborn excuse?).
So, yeah, we have legitimate excuses but feel horrible nonetheless. We appreciated the “Hey, where’s the podcast?!” emails because it means that somebody somewhere actually appreciates them. Anyway, in case it wasn’t clear: WE’RE SORRY!
And, as SteelerBill likes to joke, you know what that means: free subscriptions for everyone. Seriously, the worst appears over and we should be back to our regular weekly podcasting schedule.
In this episode, Gretz and I relive the horror of Big Ben’s season flashing before our eyes before watching, jaws agape, as Peg-Leg Roethlisberger grew his legend in the second half against the Browns. We also talked about Deebo blowing up Colt McCoy and whether trigger-finger Goodell will consider it reason enough to finally suspend him (we’re guessing no.).
Finally: here’s what three-month-old Baby Wilson looks like in Steelers gear meant for a six-month-old. We’ve taken to calling him Meatball. I mention him here because I think with his size and complete lack of athleticism he’s already better than Chris Kemoeatu.
Alright, let’s get to this…