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Everything Steelers for Armchair Media. The Steelers Outpost Podcast will give you updates, background, opinions and lively conversation about the Black & Gold. We're life-long fans living outside of Pittsburgh building a community of fans who want to follow, debate and support our favorite team. Talk to us! @Steelersoutpost (Twitter and Instagram) www.steelersoutpost.com Steelersoutpost@gmail.com
 
The 200% Podcast is now a documentary series about the history of football in England and Wales. Every Sunday, we'll deliver you an episode of our current series, An Echo of Glory, which is telling the history of football in England & Wales. For more episodes than are available on here, feel free to pay us a visit. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Left Right Out takes a look at sport in a light-hearted way. We chat with guests, dissect what’s going on around the grounds, & generally keep it real & light. Hosted by Roger Oldridge, Gold medal winning netballer Bianca Chatfield and Jharal Yow Yeh former professional rugby league footballer.
 
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On the first of 24 daily Advent Calendar editions of This Is Our Everest, Edward and Ian ease themselves in slowly by watching an edition of Saint and Greavsie from the 22nd December 1990. With the exception of a ratty tinsel Christmas tree you'd be forgiven for forgetting this was a festive edition at all, in fact, which is pretty much OK by us. T…
 
COVID has savaged the Raven locker room, felling 20 dirty birds as of November 30. We talk the implications for the game, as well as whether the Steelers are being dealt from the bottom of the deck. Will the game eventually be postponed allowing the Ravens to get back to full strength? How should Baltimore - individuals and the team - be held accou…
 
On today's valedictory episode of This Is Our Everest, Edward and Ian give themselves a little treat and watch Crown Court, a programme they both love. They explore the origins of this stupid podcast, whether or not there should be degrees of treason and why they're looking forward to Brexit. The main virtue afforded by Crown Protection is assessed…
 
Today's bucolic episode of This Is Our Everest sees Edward and Ian watch an episode of Out Of Town. There's some extremely questionable and troubling content about the annual Appleby Horse Fair and then a sheep orgy, all of which leaves at least one of our heroes feeling particularly sullied. But while Jack Hargreaves queries the sexual morality of…
 
On today's This Is Our Everest, Edward and Ian find their most amusing misprints from local newspapers and watch an episode of That's Life from 1986. It's a programme that provokes a number of thoughts and feelings, particularly a quite unprecedented swell of good will towards the British general public in Ian, who had thought such things were long…
 
In an ironic twist, today's episode of This Is Our Everest (not sponsored by Just Juice) is both the first to feature any basketball at all and also the episode least likely to appeal to basketball fans. However, Edward has a perfectly reasonable defence and Ian has been watching the 1985 NBA finals instead so couldn't care less either way. There's…
 
On today's This Is Our Everest, Edward and Ian revisit everyone's favourite trans-European quiz express, Going For Gold. It's increasingly a relic of a forgotten era in UK-EU relations and our heroes try and pick through the finer points of the Maastricht Treaty to figure out why this might be. There's talk of a giant quiz warehouse, Henry Kelly's …
 
On today's This Is Our Everest, Edward and Ian provide exactly the service the world needs: two more middle-aged white men talking about racism. Yes, it's The Black and White Minstrel show, a truly despicable relic of a past we'd all hoped was firmly behind us, however reluctant it was to leave. Neither of our heroes particularly like the programme…
 
On today's This Is Our Everest, Edward and Ian watch an episode of the BBC's Tomorrow's World from 1984. Edward is in an especially silly mood for whatever reason but is nevertheless able to provide an update as to the progress of the robot plan to take over the world. Ian, who usually missed most of Tomorrow's World getting ready to watch Top of t…
 
Were we worried about this game with the lowly Jacksonville Jaguars? If you were around in 2017, yeah. You'd be worried too. Even with Jaguars coming out of the tunnel with a QB playing in his third NFL game. The Steelers finally take care of business. When they have a 10 point spread on the road, now THAT's the time to worry. But this turned out t…
 
On today's This Is Our Everest, Edward and Ian get into a festive mood to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Pebble Mill, by watching Pebble Mill At 10. This is not, as Edward thought, a racy after-hours version of the BBC's venerable lunchtime magazine show but rather a shambling birthday party complete with a car rally, parrots and a really, reall…
 
On today's This Is Our Everest, Edward and Ian take a jaunty trip back to World War 2, with Wartime Kitchen and Garden. Ian finds it difficult to see the appeal in yet another British thing crowing on about the war and isn't even swayed by a plate of dried apple rings. Indeed, there's even the risk that programmes like this one are going to spoil t…
 
On today's This Is Our Everest, Edward and Ian have been invited to Southern Television's Houseparty, a cursed daytime TV discussion show that leaves one of our heroes absolutely foaming at the mouth. Meanwhile, Ian provides another potted history about an ITV franchise and we assess the right way to lose with grace and step aside with dignity, som…
 
On today's This Is Our Everest, Edward and Ian watch a 1977 vintage episode of the BBC's long-running religious programme, Songs Of Praise. Our heroes discover the secret to its success is the relentless and unchanging nature of its format, but they also find out a lot more. There's some unexpected but probably warranted dramatic criticism, an expo…
 
On today's community-minded This Is Our Everest, Edward and Ian examine two episodes of the BBC's Open Door from 1974. Public access television's many faces are examined closely, particularly those dealing with issues of sexual health and anarcho-communist syndicalism. Our heroes discuss the stark realities of being a volunteer answering telephones…
 
Today's episode of This Is Our Everest is the fourteenth, which means we're now half way through Lockdown 2 and feelin' fine. We're not, of course, particularly Edward who has done himself a mischief involving extra strong lager. The topic of the episode is the ITV sitcom The Two Of Us from January 1990, a programme simply bound to make you get you…
 
It's episode 13 of This Is Our Everest, which is unlucky for some. Particularly, it turns out, Harry Enfield, who gets an absolute reaming as Edward and Ian watch Channel 4's questionable alternative comedy variety show Friday Night Live from 1988. Our heroes speculate about Green Room practices and Feargal Sharkey's life choices as well as digging…
 
Ben new practice regimen: homeschooling his pre-schooler 333 yards, 4 TDs 0 INT, 0 Sacks Steeler defense suppresses Bengals ZERO third down conversions Special Teams makes a 180 Boswell in the rain Forced fumbles Ray-Ray McCloud Claypool & Dionte break out What’s wrong with the run game? Next week, Jacksonville Jaguars. Visit the website www.steele…
 
In today's alpha male edition of This Is Our Everest, the lads have been watching Top Gear. However, anyone expecting bants, pranks and racially insensitive remarks will be sad to hear that it was an episode from 1989. As such, our heroes are just as likely to be discussing the strange evolution of Top Gear from pokey, dry as a bone motoring magazi…
 
On today's This Is Our Everest, Edward and Ian continue their odyssey through non-current Current Affairs with The Six O'Clock Show from July 1982. It's a programme Ian remembers fondly from his childhood and as such this edition is filled with memories and insight. Up for debate are walkmans, vegetable show grift and the futility of live traffic r…
 
So finally it's time for the final episode of Strength in Depth, our ten part series on the history of non-league football. For this final episode, we're taking you from 2004 to the present day, including Leigh Genesis, My Football Club, Steve Evans and much more. For those of you who have stuck with this series, thank you for listening. I'll go aw…
 
On today's This Is Our Everest, Edward and Ian pay a visit to the 31st Century with Franco-Japanese cartoon series Ulysses 31. What they discover is that very little in the 31st Century makes any sense. In amongst their aghast fury at the incomprehensibility of it all, our heroes try to unpick Ulysses' real motivations, bemoan the absolute libertie…
 
On today's This Is Our Everest, Edward and a lurgy-riddled Ian tackle the 8th June 1981 edition of the BBC's venerable flagship current affairs magazine programme, Nationwide. There are some particularly strident views about the BBC's archival policies and how well Frank Bough is aging; a terrifyingly up close and personal encounter with a tennis p…
 
Today's This Is Our Everest brings you sporting entertainment courtesy of Junior Kickstart. Watching teenagers fall off motorcycles, however, had limited appeal for Ian, who spent most of his time worrying about safety and wondering how they got the bikes in the first place. There are also thoughts on watching television at school, British Leyland …
 
On today's This Is Our Everest, the laughter and joviality of the last few editions is brought to a grinding halt as Edward and Ian watch Oh Happy Band!, a comedy series from 1980 that is so relentlessly boring and unfunny it hasn't seen the light of day since. Until now! There's much wistful reminiscence about how every other Croft and Lloyd sitco…
 
On today's This Is Our Everest, Edward and Ian watch Bangers and Mash, a 5-minute long children's cartoon. However, this does nothing to stop them having a frankly bizarre discussion about parenting techniques, Chas and Dave and ape taxonomy for nearly eight times that long. Ian is not at all convinced by the punishments meted out to the titular ch…
 
The 14.5 point spread should have told you everything you needed to know to bet big and bring home the bacon: Bet the Cowboys. In usual Steelers fashion (Mike Tomlin is 2-10 against the spread when favored by +10 points on the road), Pittsburgh staked the Cowboys an early lead, demonstrated futility for the entire first half, then made up their min…
 
On today's This Is Our Everest, Edward and Ian watch Emu's Broadcasting Corporation from November 1978. With our heroes already showing distinct signs of battle fatigue, only Emu could possibly bolster their spirits. Or so you'd think. They discuss the utter believability of Emu as a sentient being, tear Michael Parkinson a new one and ponder life …
 
The fourth episode of This Is Our Everest sees Edward and Ian revisit an episode of television's longest-running sports quiz, A Question of Sport. Both of our heroes choose their ideal line-up of Question of Sport guests and will probably regret it at some point in the future. There's also ruminations on David Coleman, the advisability (or otherwis…
 
We reach the penultimate episode of Strength in Depth this morning, and this is the story of the shonky ownership that so many non-league football clubs have endured as speculators - and occasionally criminals - have circled with no intentions of doing anything but helping themselves. From Chester to Clapton, it's been an uphill battle just to keep…
 
On today's This Is Our Everest, Edward and Ian revisit Yorkshire in December 1980 and the music magazine programme Calendar Goes Pop. No-one is particularly pleased about this, particularly Tom Robinson. Up for discussion are the relentlessness of Richard Madeley, the value of historical perspectives in popular music shows and the current whereabou…
 
Episode 2 of This Is Our Everest sees Edward and Ian bravely tackle the potentially poignant but probably not that funny Les & Dustin's Laughter Show from December 1985. Both of our heroes remain particularly mindful of the sad, premature demise of Dustin Gee which took place just days after its original transmission. However, there's only so far a…
 
A second pandemic lockdown has begun, with the prospect of plenty more days sat forlornly in front of the television ahead. Then again, it could have been worse: it could have happened in the pre-digital age. As it is, the fact it is happening now can't save Edward and Ian from their own stupidity. This Is Our Everest sees our heroes shut inside wa…
 
Steelers 28 - Ravens 24 Robert Spillane seemingly ignited the Steelers on the third play of the game with an interception and returned it 33 yards for a touchdown. BUT, the Steelers showed a notable lack of offensive aggression in the first half, running only 20 plays. The defense allowed 179 rushing yards in the first half an 265 overall, the most…
 
With the Football League facing an unprecedented crisis during the mid-1980s, the decision to allow automatic promotion and relegation changed the face of non-league football forever. In this week's edition of Strength in Depth, our history of non-league football, we look at the years immediately following this and the obstacles that clubs continue…
 
We relaxed when the Steelers went up 24-7 at the half. Boy were we wrong Platooning the Wide Receiver Corps Diontae Johnson is back! JuJu Smith-Schuster - Mr. Reliable Claypool and Washington not in the game plan Ben’s Weird Day 3/11 on passes > 10 yards and 3 INTs Lowest time to throw in the league - 2.29 seconds He's still Ben-like - watch the 10…
 
Since the very beginning of the game of football, promotion and relegation have been a big part of how we perceive the status of our football clubs. This, on the whole, has usually been dealt with meritocratically, but at one critical juncture the most important fixture of the season was played out at the Football League's AGM rather than on the pi…
 
Steelers 38 Browns 7 · Minkah's pick 6 spurs fusillade · First great game, complete game from the defense · Browns vaunted run game completely NEGATED · Maybe the Browns aren’t so great - OLine exposes · Steeler offense continues to churn -- Claypool emerging as #1 receiver · Ben has 162 yards... considers it a "Cower game" · Conner breaks 100 · Fi…
 
After a two week diversion into the FA Cup and the FA Amateur Cup, this week's episode of Strength In Depth takes us back to 1946. There was an attendance boom waiting for football following the end of the Second World War, but the amateur game took up most of the non-league game's attention as crowds grew and grew. The professional non-league game…
 
Steelers 38 - Eagles 29 Steelers go to 4-0 for the first time since 1979, ending an NFL-longest 40 season drought This is the highest point total for the Steelers since they hung 52 points on the Panthers in game 10 in 2018. Chase Claypool’s 4 touchdowns in a single game are the most ever by a Steelers rookie. Only three other Steelers have ever ac…
 
This morning we reach the halfway point of Strength in Depth, our history of non-league football. The FA Cup is, of course, the oldest football tournament in the world, but whilst no non-league club has won the competition in almost 120 years, it retains a very close link with the non-league game. This week, we have the story of non-league clubs in…
 
A little later than usual, it's time for this week's edition of this week's episode of Strength in Depth, our weekly podcast history of non-league football. Last week's podcast took us up to the start of the second world war, but this week we're going right the way back to 1893 for the history of the FA Amateur Cup. At the time, it's arguable that …
 
The Steelers open the season 3-0 for the first time since 2010 when they went 12-4, ultimately falling to the Packers in the Super Bowl. After falling behind 21-17 after two quarters, the Steelers made some "technical adjustments" to the defensive scheme during halftime, resulting in a near shut down of Houston. The Texans eeked out a measly 51 of …
 
It's Saturday morning, so it's time for the third episode of our latest podcast series, Strength In Depth: A History of Non-League Football. This week, it's the story of the non-league game between the two world wars, a period during which the Football League swelled to more than twice its previous size, the amateurs running the FA and the PFA cont…
 
We won a game we normally lose Offensive Positives Offensive line QB pressures limited to 7 of 42 dropbacks Kevin Dotson’s yields NO pressures in his first career start Ben’s feathery touch New Money Receivers Diontae Giveth and Diontae Giveth Away Offensive Negatives Dropped passes Snell comes back to Earth Play calling doesn’t leverage our talent…
 
The formation of the Football League in 1888 proved to be an immediate success, and this success meant that there would be competition throughout its early years. This week on Strength In Depth, we look at the first quarter century of the non-league game. The Southern League was formed as a rival professional league to the Football League, the grow…
 
Steelers and Giants rebuilt offensive lines Betting lines Steelers Defense: Daniel Jones in jeopardy? Steelers Offense versus Giants secondary Artificial crowd noise Visit the website www.steelersoutpost.com Check us out on Instagram @Steelersoutpost Hit us up on Twitter at @Steelersoutpost Shoot us an email at Steelersoutpost@gmail.com…
 
​It's the start of a new season, so it's time for the start of a new podcast series. And this one is, in many respects, the most ambitious project that I've yet taken on. Welcome to Strength In Depth - A History of Non-League Football. This is the third series of these podcasts that I've written - Winning At Dominoes, a series of standalone documen…
 
The Steelers announce their 53 man roster on Saturday, only to two stunning changes within hours Surprise winners in the active roster sweepstakes Plus/minus analysis by position group Cam Heyward extension! David Decastro’s contract is restructured Jordan Berry is vulnerable Teams that permit fans - do they have a competitive advantage? Visit the …
 
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