March 21, 2018

Luv Ya Steel Blue Podcast: “No Sleep ‘Till Brooklyn”


In this week’s edition of Luv Ya Steel Blue, the trio discusses the disappointing loss to the Raiders, the epic failures of Jacoby Jones and the city-wide criticism surrounding the play of quarterback Matt Schaub. They also touch on the season-ending loss of Mario Williams, the play of Brian Cushing and if Pat’s man crush of Brooks Reed has gone too far.


The trade for Derrick Mason, as well as all the other roster moves, is broken down and analyzed to see how if they can help this team. All of this plus a preview of the Baltimore game this Sunday.


In the Around the NFL segment, Mike is forced to admit that the Falcons are a let down, Pat commits to restoring the roar and Aaron is saved by Tim Tebow. This and more about the week that was week 5 of the 2011 NFL campaign.




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One Response to “Luv Ya Steel Blue Podcast: “No Sleep ‘Till Brooklyn””
  1. slewofsilver says:

    The way the texans came out and just blew the Raiders off the field in the first series, and the way they eventually built a 14-6 lead made me think that we were in for a long day. But as you guys so aptly put it, the DL settled down and got after it, I was particularly amused by the pinata comment. Hahaha – nice.

    Here is my take, and let me say it would not surprise me to see the Texans wind up in the playoffs, maybe facing the Raiders in Oakland for a WC-weekend match-up: remember that these two teams have played eachother for about 5 straight seasons and the texans have owned us. The Texans came out and hit us in the mouth a couple times. I honestly think that they expected the raiders to quiot after this, because that’s what we have done every other time. Of course, that’s what many teams expect to do against the raiders because of how bad we have played the past 9 seasons. This is a completely different raiders team, filled with young, offensive talent which is improving every week. The defense returned 10 starters. We have a great coach who instills confidence. We are grateful to be in a pretty good situation and I think the Texans were simply unready for the Raiders to punch back. If we do meet in the playoofs I expect a very close contest, and a well-played one as I know the raiders will be a better team by season’s end and the texans will be ready this time. Great breakdown, it’s nice to hear critics say positive things about our squad. The Texans will bounce back. See you in January, hopefully.

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