In the weeks and months leading up to the 2013 NFL Draft, Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert didn't hide the fact that the team was in the market for a young backup quarterback. And, in the fourth round, Pittsburgh selected Oklahoma's Landry Jones.
Free-agent quarterback Charlie Batch might be 38 years old, but that doesn't mean he sees retirement in his future. Batch said on Pittsburgh radio this week that he plans on being back with Steelers in 2013.
The Pittsburgh Steelers struggled through an injury-ravaged season in 2012, going just 8-8 without key players for long stretches of the season. Had the Steelers gotten a stroke of luck, defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau said Tuesday, they -- not the Baltimore Ravens -- could have been hoisting the Lombardi Trophy.
No team is hotter entering the postseason, yet the Seahawks haven't won a road playoff game in 29 years. Clark Judge says RG3's gimpy knee should help Seattle overcome that drought. Elsewhere, can Houston turn things around at home?
The Steelers have a game left, but their season is over. While the Bengals celebrate a playoff berth, Pittsburgh will not play after Week 17. Who to blame? Mike Freeman points the finger at Ben Roethlisberger and an awful offense.
Forget the exciting, young QBs. Clark Judge says the prime-time battle in Seattle between the Niners and Seahawks will come down to who has the better defense. Elsewhere, can the Steelers, Giants, Cowboys stay on the playoff track?
Beating Tom Brady and the Patriots at home in December? It's the NFL's mission impossible. Colin Kaepernick and the 49ers tackle the assignment on Sunday night and Clark Judge says we'll learn just how good they are.