Pet Tales: Charlie Batch — More than a football hero
Mark Kaboly | Tribune-Review BALTIMORE – Steelers quarterback Charlie Batch put together one of the finest games of his career as the soon-to-been 38-year-old quarterback threw for 276 yards and a touchdown in a 23-20
Steelers quarterback Charlie Batch rebounded from a 4th quarter INT to lead the Steelers from seven points down – and 10 points in the first half – to give the Baltimore Ravens their first home loss in 15 games. We break down
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
Terry Bradshaw would have hit him in stride. The 64-year-old version. Heck, modern day Kordell Stewart and Bubby Brister probably would have too. Current Steelers starter Charlie Batch didn't have as much luck. He overthrew Wallace by at least five yards.
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.