If there is anyone who is qualified to give an NFL quarterback advice on how to deal with an elbow injury, it’s legendary San Francisco 49ers quarterback and Hall of Famer Joe Montana. Advertisements
Before Sunday night’s Steelers-Patriots tilt, Pittsburgh head coach Mike Tomlin was asked about Antonio Brown’s signing with the New England Patriots. His answer was he didn’t have one.
A new GQ article featuring Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey made some big waves on Wednesday when he criticized numerous quarterbacks around the league in a refreshingly honest interview.
This blog celebrates quarterback play and few things give me more pleasure than twisting my brain into a pretzel to figure out who exactly will lead the NFL in passing.
Soon after New England defeated the Pittsburgh in the AFC title game in January, Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger began to speculate about how much more football he had left in him.
Following Pittsburgh’s loss to the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship game in January, Ben Roethlisberger seemingly flirted with the idea of retiring.
There is one spot left for Super Bowl LI. The winner faces the Atlanta Falcons in Houston at Super Bowl LI.
Sunday’s AFC Championship game between Pittsburgh and New England comes down to three things.
Remember the hit on Saturday night that caused Ben Roethlisberger to leave the game? During the second half of last night’s Steelers/Bengals blood war, Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict knocked Roethlisberger out the game for a spell with a legal hit after landing on the quarterback’s shoulder.
Hold on to your Terrible Towels, Steelers fans…