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    Let's curb the Brian Hoyer talk for now, he's not the answer

    Does Batch grip the ball on the nose and throw it end over end?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LatrobePA View Post
    Does Batch grip the ball on the nose and throw it end over end?
    Haha..I swear bro on most of his throws it looked like duck hunting season.
    Unfockinexceptable for a veteran "experienced" backup. C'mon now!!

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    Let's curb the Brian Hoyer talk for now, he's not the answer

    Quote Originally Posted by SteelerCountry58 View Post
    Haha..I swear bro on most of his throws it looked like duck hunting season.
    Unfockinexceptable for a veteran "experienced" backup. C'mon now!!
    He just doesn't have it anymore!

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    I too didn't expect Batch to be as bad as he was. We clearly have no hope with him and Lefty at QB. I don't think it's wise to even contemplate bringing Ben back next week. It's too dangerous to his long term health.

    I'm hoping that during the off-season, this will put a fire under the Front office to get a real back up QB. We need to totally rebuild the back up QB position.
    The Steeler way...is the only way.

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    Let's curb the Brian Hoyer talk for now, he's not the answer

    I think some credit to the browns would be a good thing. They did force the turnovers.

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    Leftwich and Batch played two of the worst games Ive seen from a QB all season, absolutely pathetic. Hoyer can't do much worse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scott0326 View Post
    Leftwich and Batch played two of the worst games Ive seen from a QB all season, absolutely pathetic. Hoyer can't do much worse.
    Oh, come on. Lefty played the entire game with broken ribs and Batch threw for 200 yards and 3 INT (one was not his fault.) It is not EVEN CLOSE to being the worst game from QBs all season. Have you seen any of the Romo games from earlier this year? Rivers? Or the just plain awful Cardinals QBs? Eli against the Steelers?
    "If I could start my life all over again, I would be a professional football player, and you damn well better believe I would be a Pittsburgh Steeler." -Jack Lambert

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