Found December 27, 2012 on
If you are looking for another game to watch this coming Sunday that is somewhat connected to the Pittsburgh Steelers you can watch the Arizona Cardinals season finale against the San Francisco 49ers.
Why you ask? Well, it was announced on Wednesday that Brian Hoyer, who was with the Steelers a few weeks while both Ben Roethlisberger and Byron Leftwich were sidelined with injures, will start at quarterback for the Cardinals.
Hoyer played nearly all of the second half last week in the Cardinals loss to the Chicago Bears and completed 11 of 19 passes for 105 yards with one interception and Read more [...]
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Around and around the Arizona Cardinals' quarterback carousel turns, and this week it's Brian Hoyer's turn to take a spin as the starter. Coach Ken Whisenhunt said Wednesday that Hoyer will be the Cardinals' fourth starting quarterback this season when they face San Francisco in their regular-season finale on Sunday. Hoyer follows injured Kevin Kolb, John Skelton...
The Arizona Cardinals will reportedly give QB Brian Hoyer the start against the San Francisco 49ers this weekend, according to Mike Jurecki.
“He made some good throws,” Cardinals HC Ken Whisenhunt said of Hoyer’s performance. “For not knowing the offense as well as he will with time, I think going in there just shows he’s a guy that’s been in the league, been around it...
The 2012 season isn’t officially over for the Steelers until this Sunday when the clock hits zeros in their final contest against the Browns. By then they’ll either by a .500 team or finish with a losing record for the first time in Mike Tomlin’s career. The coaching staff in Pittsburgh has taken a lot of heat this season, mainly on the offensive side of the ball. Tomlin will...
The Pittsburgh Steelers wrapped up their final practice of the 2012 season on Friday in preparation for the season finale Sunday at Heinz Field against the Cleveland Browns and the final injury report of the season is now out.
Not practicing again on Friday were wide receiver Mike Wallace (hip), cornerback Curtis Brown (ankle) and tackle Mike Adams (ankle) All three players have...
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace will not play in the season finale against the Cleveland Browns according to Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and that should not come as a big surprise.
Wallace, who has failed to practice all week because of a hip injury, will miss his first game since coming...
Don't you just love the smell of hypocrisy on a Friday, especially when it comes from the NFL?
All of you certainly remember last Sunday when Pittsburgh Steelers defensive end Brett Keisel was flagged early in the game against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Keisel was flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct for performing his signature sack celebration, in which he pretends to be...
Former Patriots backup quarterback Brian Hoyer will start in Week 17 for the Cardinals replacing Ryan Lindley.Fantasy Spin:Hoyer, who has only thrown 62 passes in four NFL seasons, will be the Cardinals fourth starting quarterback this season (Kevin Kolb, John Skelton and Lindley).
There has been a lot of speculation as to whether or not Pittsburgh Steelers defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau will return next year for what would be his 10th consecutive season with the team. On Thursday the 75-year-old defensive guru let it be known that he has every intention of returning in 2013 as long as head coach Mike Tomlin wants him back.
''Let's just say...
In a miserable season for his Arizona Cardinals, defensive coordinator Ray Horton is nonetheless a rising star in NFL coaching circles.
Expect Horton to be interviewed for some head coaching positions this offseason. Perhaps even in Arizona, should the Bidwill family decide to fire coach Ken Whisenhunt.
Horton was saying all the right things Friday after the team's final practice...
Last week: 27 (+0)
Net points per drive: -0.34 (25th)
DVOA: -16.5% (26th)
Weighted DVOA: -23.8% (28th)
RE Calais Campbell: 1 sack and 3 quarterback hurries on 27 pass rush snaps, 1 batted pass, 6 solo tackles, 1 assist, 6 stops
QB Ryan Lindley: 17 of 30 for 141 yards and 1 interception, 2 batted pass, 2 drops, 69.7 adjusted QB rating, pressured on 8 of 32...
Season 3, Episode 60 of The Terrible Podcast is up and co-host David Todd and I talk about who might be in and who might be out this week in the Pittsburgh Steelers final game of the season against the Cleveland Browns. How much will players like Troy Polamalu, Mike Wallace and Rashard Mendenhall play in this game?
We look at several other topic points heading into the final game...