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Roethlisberger (W): 18-for-24, 196 yards, 2 TD Luke McCown (L): 20-for-34, 277 yards, 2 TD, 2 INT 2003: Byron Leftwich (L): 21-for-40, 288 yards, TD, 2 INT 2002: Joey Harrington (L): 22-for-44, 210 yards, 3 INT 2001
Big O and Michael talk about Rob Parkers comments about RGIII. When RGIII has had a rookie season that makes being critical of his performance difficult, Rob Parker is clearly reaching for things to be critical of and it's just shameful.
injured his ankle. Cleveland’s Montario Hardesty left the game with a left knee injury. Pittsburgh quarterback Byron Leftwich hurt his knee and reportedly was forced to undergo an MRI. And Miami left tackle Jake Long limped off the field and
pass with the Patriots behind the spirited effort of Byron Leftwich . But, ultimately, he made the critical picks that ..... trash time. Brady: 22-of-34, 228, 2 TD, 0 INT Leftwich : 21-of-40, 288 yards, 1 TD, 2 INT Jan. 10, 2004 — Patriots
abilities, he also rushed for a pair of touchdowns in a 38-30 loss. No quarterback -- not Peyton Manning, not Byron Leftwich , not Jake Delhomme – threw for more yards in a game against the Pats that year. But it was that divisional playoff
solved their quarterback question with the addition of Byron Leftwich , so they shore up the other side of the ball with the ..... 17, the Steelers will call his name at No. 32. Byron Leftwich 's departure opens up the backup quarterback spot
deals, which total roughly $88 skadillion) and then paid backup Jim Sorgi $1.635 million. Pittsburgh backup Byron Leftwich made $645,000 this past season. David Carr backed up Eli Manning this year, and he made $1.5 million. These are rational
when the Steelers are turning to Charlie Batch to start on Sunday with both starter Ben Roethlisberger and backup Byron Leftwich sidelined by injuries. Hoyer saw limited action in 13 games with the Patriots, completing 27-of-43 passes
said. “The men we will acquire will fortify our depth to win this football game” against the Browns on Sunday. Byron Leftwich , who was filling in at quarterback for injured start Ben Roethlisberger , suffered two cracked ribs in Sunday night
class as the other elite teams in the AFC. Unfortunately for Pittsburgh, the bad luck continued Sunday night when Byron Leftwich was injured. Now the Steelers will have to play without their starting QB and their second-stringer. Tough break. 11
the season has improved. But now Byron Leftwich comes in, who is very deliberate ..... locker room really believe that Leftwich can handle that job. They really ..... that faith from, from watching Leftwich play. ... I think this is always
Ben Roethlisberger at the helm, but he’s not a player I’d be taking a chance on in 12-team leagues with Byron Leftwich at quarterback. Look elsewhere this week if you can. TIGHT ENDS STARTS Greg Olsen, Panthers vs. Bucs You need
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Kirk Minihane answered any and all questions from the listeners and John and Gerry.
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