Paul Kruger says he wasn't fined for hit on Charlie Batch
Charlie Batch has been playing professional football since 1998. In that time, he's never had a comeback as dramatic as the one he orchestrated over the second half of the Steelers' 23-20 win over Baltimore in Week 13. Batch threw a critical
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.
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
Steelers QB Charlie Batch turned 38 on Wednesday — the oldest non-kicker in the NFL — and said he was celebrating by "working and relaxing." He doesn't know if he will get to spend his first Sunday as a 38-year-old as a starting quarterback
The Steelers won this game because Charlie Batch did not let them lose. In doing so, he out-performed Ravens QB Joe Flacco in Baltimore, something that doesn't happen often.