Pet Tales: Charlie Batch — More than a football hero
BALTIMORE. Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Charlie Batch turns 38 this week, although in the wake of a 23-20 victory over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday he said he doesn't expect to do much to mark the occasion. Falcons and Saints
Charlie Batch couldn't have written a better ending. If Sunday was the last time the Pittsburgh Steelers third-string quarterback starts an NFL game, that's the way to go out. Not with an embarrassing, three-interception performance in a loss to one of
Charlie Batch turns 38-years-old today and is coming off of one his biggest wins as a starting quarterback in his 15-year NFL career, let's learn more about the Pittsburgh native.
The beat goes on and we've got four more games to go before Philly and Dallas finish off the night. Let's get to it.
To say playing against quarterback Charlie Batch improves the Ravens' chances of beating Pittsburgh Sunday would be an understatement. As everyone has read by now, the Steelers are 0-6 against the Ravens since 2004 when Ben Roethlisberger isn't