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Pittsburgh Steelers podcast "What's Hot" pits Rod Woodson against Deion Sanders

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In this edition of "What's Hot", co-hosts Bryan DeArdo and Chris Carter debate Steelers great Rod Woodson against Deion Sanders in the first of a new segment in the podcast titled "Select a Steeler". The podcast will also tackle topics such as Ben Roethlisberger getting booed during the NBA Finals, comparing LeBron James to Terry Bradshaw and Joe Greene, and whether or not Steelers' fans should be worried about the team's red zone offense heading into 2015.

Debating the Steelers vs. the Cowboys always leads to high drama, colorful debates and compelling insight.

That's just one facet of the newest podcast "What's Hot", which will be airing Wednesday night at 8:00 p.m. ET.

To listen live, go to our BlogTalkRadio page at the start of the show. To listen anytime, search "The Standard is The Standard" on iTunes to listen in the podcast section. The podcast will also be featured on Thursday here on BTSC.

In the first installment of a new segment titled "Select a Steeler", we'll debate who was better in regards to Rod Woodson and Deion Sanders. Both players are among the greatest defensive backs in NFL history that also played different positions, with each making strong cases for being among the greatest athletes to ever play pro football. Which one of these versatile athletic specimens was the better player? We'll discuss that very question in what should be a spirited debate.

We'll also go from the football field to the basketball court to make comparisons between LeBron James and Steelers greats Terry Bradshaw and Joe Greene. Believe it or not, there's a lot of similarities between these three stellar athletes.

And speaking of the NBA Finals, Cleveland fans seemingly look for every opportunity they to boo the Steelers. We'll talk about what Cavs fans did in regards to Ben Roethlisberger during Game 3 of the NBA Finals.

Roethlisberger will also be at the center of discussion when we break down the Steelers offense heading into 2015. There seems to be skepticism surrounding the team's red zone offense after it served as the team's Achilles heel at times during the 2014 campaign. Will this be an issue again in 2015? We'll give our reasons why or why not Steelers fans should be concerned.

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