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Steelers Podcast: Why the Steelers will burn the under-cooked Brownies

Check out our latest weekly venture with an international flavor. Put another shrimp on the barbie and check out Steelers Touchdown Under with two blokes from Australia, Matty Peverell and Mark Davison.

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The Steelers are coming out of the bye, where they are 10-4 under Mike Tomlin, and need to shrug off their historically slow starts to these games, if they’re going to beat their AFC North Rivals - the Cleveland Browns. An opening drive TD, which has happened twice in six games would be a great way to start, will we see that this week?

With key defensive players such as Stephon Tuitt and Tyson Alualu out, can the Steelers stop the Browns potent rushing attack? Will Big Ben be able to stick clear of defensive backs like Greg Newsome, John Johnson III, Ronnie Harrison, Greedy Williams and Grant Delpit?

Join Matty Peverell and Mark Davison, as they bring a global perspective to how the Steelers can achieve success in 2021, and what to expect from the team as they continue their 2021 campaign for a seventh Lombardi.

This is what will be discussed on the latest episode of Touchdown Under, the Australian sensation from the BTSC family of podcasts.

Check out the rundown of this week’s show:

  • Mark & Matty provide an analysis of this week’s game against the Cleveland Browns
  • The boys share their bold predictions and players to look out for in this AFC North matchup
  • ‘Slingin’ the Slang’
  • Audience Q&A
  • Plus MUCH MUCH MORE!

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