Tim Benz, Kevin Gorman break down Steelers-Colts, Mason Rudolph’s play, Pirates’ Bob Nutting interview | TribLIVE.com
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Tim Benz, Kevin Gorman break down Steelers-Colts, Mason Rudolph’s play, Pirates’ Bob Nutting interview

Tim Benz
Chaz Palla | Tribune-Review
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph gets the touchdown throw off to Diontae Johnson as his his hit by the Miami Dolphins’ Jerome Baker Monday, Oct. 28, 2019 at Heinz Field.

The Pittsburgh Steelers managed to put away the Miami Dolphins on Monday night.


Now they have a much tougher task looming as the AFC South-leading Indianapolis Colts come to Heinz Field Sunday afternoon.

I talk about that matchup with fellow TribLive columnist Kevin Gorman in our weekly podcast following the Mike Tomlin press conference.

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We get into some interesting statistical quirks about that contest. Also, Kevin and I take a big-picture look at what we have seen from Mason Rudolph so far. And we analyze the Steelers run game if Benny Snell and James Conner are unavailable.

Plus, why was Conner still in that game against the Dolphins anyway?

Normally we keep this podcast all Steelers. But Kevin and I were both at the press gathering with Pirates owner Bob Nutting and Travis Williams. So we talk some Pirates, too.

And, boy, is there a lot to get into on that front.

Tim Benz and Kevin Gorman discuss how the Steelers handled the Dolphins and look to their matchup with the Colts, also thoughts on recent Pirates news

Tim Benz is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Tim at [email protected] or via Twitter. All tweets could be reposted. All emails are subject to publication unless specified otherwise.

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