Cards are really, really bad, but so were the Jags. Really need to win this to stay close to the Ravens (and, FFS, tied with the... Bengals?!). Oh, and Patriots and Ravens are on board, 10/30 4:15 for the Pats, 11/6 8:20 for the Rats.
Yeah, after Arizona, the next three leading up to the bye is definitely the tough part of their schedule.
Gotta beat the teams yer supposed to beat if they want to make the playoffs.
Still, as bad as the Cards are, they tend to put up a better fight at home in the desert. Plus, Whizzy seems to always have them ready to play Pittsburgh. Not to mention that with Pittsburgh facing the Pastries next week, I could see this one as their tarp game. They seem to always lose one of these kinds of games a year.With Casey Hampton (shoulder) still out, the stinger to backup NT Chris Hoke bears attention this week. “He’s got to regain that strength in his shoulder before we can move on,” Mike Tomlin said. Third-teamer Steve McLendon could start and make his longest NFL Steelers playing stint yet.
As if the front seven needed more issues. Have a sinking feeling that Beanie is going to have a good day on Sunday.The Steelers made a few practice squad moves today as they released running back Tristan Davis and linebacker Mortty Ivy and signed safety Da’mon Cromartie-Smith and defensive tackle Elisha Joseph to take their places.
So, Pittsburgh has decided to go with cheerleaders? I loved her work in The Girl Next Door
.He measured in at 6-foot-2, 290 pounds at his Pro Day back in March and ran the 40-yard dash in just over 5 seconds flat.
A 5.0 40 for a NT? I think that qualifies as lose the left nut fast.He also completed 43 repetitions on the 225-pound bench press. He started all 12 games at nose tackle for the Temple as a senior.
I think there's an average to slightly above average chance that he ends up making the 53 man.